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|David Parker (#47558463)|
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I became interested in Find-A-Grave because it is so very beneficial to genealogy research. Gathering and sharing photos of ancestors and family members is a special interest of mine. |
No problem with the transfer of management for any memorials of persons not in my direct lines--please request by leaving a message here or by using the 'edit' tab and selecting
the 'Suggest any other correction or addition' link from the memorial page concerned.
You are welcome to use any pictures I have posted on Find-A-Grave--no need for additional permission and no need for a "credit" notation.
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|In memory of Scott||Jarrod|
I'm so very sorry for your loss, firsthand I know that the pain never leaves, we just learn to deal with it.
|C Dawson||Garden of Memories|
I wanted to thank you for taking the time and energy to obtain the headstone pics of Roy and Claudine Hale, and their daughter Beverly Alvarez. Your efforts are greatly appreciated!
Added by C Dawson on Apr 17, 2017 11:35 AM
|Robert Braselton||Gardens of Memories Headstone Photos|
Thanks so much for taking the time to photograph and post the photos of headstones for Mary Zelma Monzingo Anderson, Claude Franklin Anderson and Sybil M Bell Jeter. The time you took to do this is greatly appreciated.
|Virginia Wilson Bailey||Garden of Memories Cemetery|
David, Thank you for the tombstone photo for Julia Heaberlin. Her husband Vance recently died and I noticed that her memorial was without a tombstone.
|Christopher Banks||Percy Jordan|
Dave, thank you so much for your thoughtfulness and making the effort to document the headstone for Percy. Your work is much appreciated.
|Kenneth Dailey||Regarding your McMahen query|
Dear David Parker,
Just saw your question regarding Matthew Pleasant McMahen (my g-g grandfather).
M.P. was stationed near Monroe, LA during civil war and was taken home on Christmas day (circa 1862) and died the next day. He and Mary Magdalene "Laney" Teutsch were living in the Germantown Colony near Minden, LA at this time. He is buried in the Old Belvue Cemetery north of Haughton, LA, but the cemetery is unkempt and my through search did not reveal a marker there. I have a younger cousin who accompanied her father there when she was very young and she remembers her father going to a gravesite said to be M.P.'s, but she can no longer find it.
M.P. had four children with Laney, Dr. Walter Scott McMahen being the second born and my g-grandfather. Laney remarried S.Y. Yelvington and they had two children. Laney is bured in the family cemetery near Emerson, AR.
|BARBARA HARTLEY||Parker Family|
Hello David - It appears we have a common ancestor on in our Parker's. I am a Parker off Joseph Parker
who was the brother of Squire (I belive your line),
Lewis and John. Would you care to correspond?
Bobbie These were sons of Joseph Parker and Penelope Scalf.
|Robert Braselton||Gamble headstone photos|
Many thanks for fulfilling my photo requests for Asa Lawrence and James Nolan Gamble that are buried in the Pleasant Valley cemetery. I really appreciate the time you took to do this.
|Mary Agnes Hammett||Re: Dolly Carter & James Lavell Hughes|
|Jan Franco||Ratcliff photos|
Thanks so much for taking these photos, I really appreciate your time and effort.
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