March 3, 2004 (updated Jan. 19, 2009)
Greetings Cousins and friends:
Due to so much spam being sent to email addresses found on the net nowadays, I
find it necessary to use a buffer to try to ward off the spam.
I have over 1,000 html pages that I will add this buffer. No easy chore.
But... it will help when the time comes to change my email, or finally get DSL.
If you are related to any of the names I have listed below, and would like to
submit your information on any of my pages that pertain to them, send me a
Gedcom, outline, or .doc file containing the info, and I will format it for a
Kent, Davis, Curlee, St.Clair/Sinkler, Browning,
page. Generally living folks are not put online, for security reasons.
By sending me the info, it is understood that you are giving permission to put
your name and email address on the new pages, so when others find them, they
can contact you.
Wainscott, Elrod, March, Roberts, Sammons, Bell/Perry,
Ramsey, Lewis, Bell, Altom, Brown, Arthur, Moss, Arbogast.
Send your data to:
I will also add here that I have transcribed many cemeteries, some local and some
in other states, while visiting there.
I get a lot of emails asking about the faraway cemeteries or the folks interred in
them. Generally, I have put about all I know about them, giving locations and
directions if possible. So the best thing to do is go to the state and county the
cemetery is in, and put a query about your information. You have a better chance
of finding someone who has more information.
Also, I try to keep the local cemeteries updated, but the ones in other states will
not be updated unless I visit there in the future, or you send me the information
There are many states and counties that have few cemetery transcriptions. All it
takes is for someone to take their notepads and cameras, and start transcribing
what is on each stone. Then type them up in html format and send to where ever
they belong. 'Some body's gotta do it'.!!! Or else they won't get done. ...CR