|Bettie Anne Jones (#47099402)|
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Hi! My name is Bettie Anne Jones. I am a retired school librarian (43 years service) living in Pasadena, Texas. I was born in Teague, Freestone County, Texas, and grew up in Mexia, Limestone County, Texas. My parents were John Preston Jones and Ella Davis Dozier Jones. I enjoy reading and needlework, particularly counted cross stitch. Since I found this website, I have found the listings of a number of my relatives. I want to add many more with photos in the hope I will locate some their descendents.|
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|James Coston||Mexia City cemetery|
Bettie Anne, for purposes of explaining what a good job U did in entering listings in earlier years, which have been invaluable to my follow-up of posting fotos to your entries, I direct your attention to John H. Gullett, Feb 1 1880 to May 1888, memorial # 67573419.
The marker has deteriorated so badly over the years that I couldn't decipher the info on my fotos. Having picked out a couple of definate items, I was able to do a search and find your original entry, so now your entry has the fotos to back it up . . . . .
There have been quite a few that would remain unknown and therefore not posted had it not been for your work years ago.
THANK YOU !!!! 77% complete and climbing,
Later James Coston
|James Coston||Mexia Cemetery|
Evening Bettie Anne,
I need to let ya know what I am trying to do at Mexia City cemetery so U don't wonder about the frequency of corrections/additions that may possibly come your way.
And, the other side of the coin, if U wish me -not- to send them, let me know and I'll approach it another way so as not to bother ya.
My project is to locate as many entries as possible that do not have a foto and to provide said fotos and other pertainant information.
Marriages and birth/death info require an entry from the originator but other things can be added simply by a foto with a text message, which is what I tend to go for.
Anyway, when I started this project, the completion rate was at 51%, as of yesterday, it is now 65%. I realize that given new entries and unmarked graves, it will never be 100% but I'm gonna give it my best shot.
The reason that I am letting ya know is that U have the majority of entries dating back to 2011
and if U don't wish to bother with "automatic edits" then I'll take another route.
Later, James Coston