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Donna (#46597218)
 member for 10 years, 9 months, 25 days
Betty Peacock
re Dollie Mae Pulley
Dollie Mae Hill Ray Pulley did not die in 1992. I remember going to her funeral when I was young. She was my grandmother's step mother and had asked my grandmother to make sure she was buried in her red silk night gown because my grandmother had given it to her. I believe it was in the early 1980s. I have an obit will look for it. Thank you.
P.S. Her first husband was Charles Roosevelt Ray and he did not die in 1997. He died sometime in the 1960s before she married my great grandfather. Samuel Jackson Pulley.

Added by Betty Peacock on Apr 14, 2014 11:31 AM

Helene Hamm
Wilson Transfers
Many thanks for the Wilson transfers. The links and bio info have now been added. I appreciate your consideration in making the transfers. :)

Added by Helene Hamm on Dec 18, 2012 10:19 AM

Brian S. Billett
Thank You
Thanks Donna , for Great Uncle Frannie & Aunt Cece memorial , I was wondering if you saw any of his brother Alfred & wife Vicki Dumit having trouble finding them have found the rest of his brothers , Have a clue on their parents * my grandma died 2008 .

Added by Brian S. Billett on Sep 03, 2012 7:57 PM

Barb Sawyer
Donna, thank you so very much for the transfer of my Aunt Opal Davis Blassingim to my family circle.. I spent lots of growing up days in her care and so it is my honor having her in my care.Thanks again, Barb Sawyer

Added by Barb Sawyer on Feb 19, 2012 5:02 PM

Joanne Fesler
Donna: I'm look for May Metzler-Wise born 26 May 1875 and died 13 March 1934 - buried 15 March 1934 in Forest Cemetery, Toledo - she was married to John A Wise, Sr also buried at Forest Cemetery 30 April 1949. Do you any any information the either one? Thank you, Joanne Spotts

Added by Joanne Fesler on Jul 11, 2011 8:11 AM

Highland Cemetery - Wayne - Emma Blasingim
Emma Blasingim's first husband is buried in Zion Cemetery, Wayne County, Tennessee:

L. B. Harris, who died in 1906, is number 61908110. A possible relationship link for your consideration.

Added by JD on Nov 20, 2010 2:51 PM

Betty Harrigill, Hall
RE: Lola
you are very welcome. My husband and I were visiting family in Talco, Tx. for Easter and I was going to the Cemetery anyway.
Have a blessed day,

Added by Betty Harrigill, Hall on Apr 08, 2010 9:03 AM

Shirley Taylor-Hopkins
RE: Arnold Hunt
You are more than welcome..Shirley

Added by Shirley Taylor-Hopkins on Dec 27, 2009 12:22 PM

I am trying to learn this new pc. I was so surprised when you said you were in Toledo. I should have realized that when I seen Buckeye-express. I am from Toledo also and have other children living there. My parents came north for work in the factories long time ago. Then retired back home to Lawrenceburg. I retired to the north, near Alpena. Happy Thanksgiving.

Added by Rhonda on Nov 23, 2009 7:06 PM

Dear Donna,

Added by Rhonda on Nov 23, 2009 7:02 PM

Doris Gresham/Gobbell
Dear Donna,I am new to Find A Grave, only a few months. My daughter passed in March and her aunt (gabbybug) made a memorial page for her. Her name is Rhonda Cunningham.
Then while I was entering some other family members I came across my sweet Aunt Doris Gobbell. I live in northern Michigan and was unable to attend her funeral. So I didn't exactly know where she was buried. Now I know. I have entered her parents, Ed and Virgie Gresham. Would it be possible to transfer her to me to maintain and add photos and a bio.
Do you live in the Lawrence Co. area? Did you know the family? I have a ton and a half of relatives near Lawrenceburg. Again thank you, waiting for your reply. Shirley

Added by Rhonda on Nov 23, 2009 1:14 AM

Thanks for doing that picture for me

Sandy Clark

Added by corgilover on Sep 27, 2009 8:29 PM


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