|Joanne Oliver||Gerald Oliver|
Thank you for such a speedy updated photo. Most of the family does not live in Florida, so again Thank you.
Added by Joanne Oliver on Jul 10, 2014 12:30 PM
is this the charlie sankey that died before desert storm? we were good friends in the Navy.
Added by patrick davis on Apr 12, 2014 9:58 PM
|Beth ||Leroy M. Helms|
Thanks for the transfer!
Added by Beth on Aug 24, 2013 2:16 PM
|Dr. William McDonald||Jewel D. Messer|
My Aunt, Jewel Messer, is still living. You created a memorial page for her since her name is apparently on a headstone with only a birth date showing.
Please delete her memorial page.
Added by Dr. William McDonald on Mar 05, 2013 8:12 PM
|Judi Pantano||James Reuben Moore|
Hi again, Hughie!
Thanks for transferring this memorial to me. I appreciate it very much!
Have a good one!
Added by Judi Pantano on Nov 29, 2011 6:25 AM
|Judi Pantano||James Moore|
Oh and yes, James Reuben is the son of James Gaston and Jessie just as I thought.
Added by Judi Pantano on Nov 22, 2011 5:07 PM
|Judi Pantano||RE: James Moore at Auburndale|
I got the death certs for the 3 Moore folks today. Their car was hit by a train in Winter Haven. All of them died instantly.
Wow! I figured it was a car accident, but not of this nature.
Mystery solved. Have a great day and thanks again for the photos!
Happy Thanksgiving! Judi
Added by Judi Pantano on Nov 22, 2011 5:05 PM
|Judi Pantano||RE: James Moore at Auburndale|
Thank you for adding the other pictures. I don't know anything about James and Jessie's children as I am just starting to research this line, but I would bet you that James Ruben is their son. I am going to send away for his death certificate and I will let you know. Quite interesting that they all died on the same day. Car accident???? Hmmmm....
Thanks again and I will be in touch when I know more.
Added by Judi Pantano on Nov 03, 2011 6:41 AM
|Judi Pantano||James Moore at Auburndale|
Thank you so much for getting the photo of James' grave for me. I didn't know his wife was buried with him, so that is a nice discovery. I added a memorial for her and put in a photo request so that you could add the photo there as well.
Thanks again! Have a good one!
Added by Judi Pantano on Nov 02, 2011 7:02 PM
|Dr. William McDonald||Constance Raiford|
I noticed that you have a typo on Mrs. Constance Raiford's date of death; (Wildwood Cemetery, Bartow, Florida.)
While the date of death in the bio is right, your date of death in the heading should be changed to 2009
Added by Dr. William McDonald on Aug 13, 2011 1:59 AM
|Franklin||Cribbs, Dunaway, Colbert|
Thank you so much for all the photos you took for me. I appreciate the obit and your finding Shawn's grave. We were just small children when I last saw him. Thanks for the info about the one who is still alive, I'll take care of deleting that one. Your kindness means a great deal. Take care.
Added by Franklin on Aug 02, 2011 4:42 PM
|Dorothy Sunday||Catherine Steadman|
Thank you Hughie for the picture.
Added by Dorothy Sunday on Jul 30, 2011 12:30 PM
|Rodney M. White Sr.||William and Estelle Eubanks|
Thank for your time and effort in sending pictures of the gravestones of my great uncle and great aunt
Added by Rodney M. White Sr. on Jul 10, 2011 8:13 AM
|mjhellman||Eleanor & Willis Lyon|
Thanks for transferring my grandparents to me. I really appreciate it a bunch.
Keep up the good work.
Added by mjhellman on May 28, 2011 7:25 AM
|Kenneth Snead||James Harrison Snead - Memorial# 40953081|
Please check entry of date of birth. Shown in memorial as 2 July 1910. My sources show date of year of birth consistently as 2 July 1908, best source is a copy of his birth certificate. Possibly a typo or is this exactly as shown on the headstone?
Added by Kenneth Snead on Apr 23, 2011 9:46 AM
|Dorothy Sunday||Dicie Nixon|
Thank you for the picture. Its sad no one put a marker there though.
Added by Dorothy Sunday on Mar 07, 2011 4:33 PM
Thank you for taking the time to go to Auburndale Memorial Park and photographing the unmarked graves for the Durhams. I really appreciate that you even had someone help you find the resting places. Thank you again.
Added by flkayakgirl83 on Nov 23, 2010 6:43 PM
|Jayne||RE: Edith K. Zedoneck|
Unless un requested it I will no add
Added by Jayne on Nov 01, 2010 8:38 AM
|Jayne||Edith K. Zedoneck|
Please send a request for the picture, I was at cemetery yesterday and took this picture of the grave by chance, would love to upload to your memorial
Added by Jayne on Nov 01, 2010 7:42 AM
|Sandy||Link parents to son|
Could you please link Marvin Campbell's (42612219) parents Father: Stephen F. Campbell, 56816383, Mother Addie Butler Campbell, 511978893. Thanks so much, Sandra Butler
Added by Sandy on Sep 29, 2010 5:11 AM
|Douser||RE: Leonard Kranz|
Thank you. Leonard was born in Indiana and lived there through the 1920 census. By 1930, he was living in Polk Co., FL. His wife was Nettie Strack. Nettie was probably short for Johannetta. I just found out this afternnon that she died in Polk Co., in 1931. Unfortunately, I left the paper I had written the full date on, at work (and I won't be back there until Friday). The extracted record of the death certificate did not give the cemetery name, but she is probably in the same one he is.
They did not have any children, so there was no one to put a stone up after he died. Whether he put one up for her between the time she died in 1931 and his death in 1932, I don't know. If you can find for sure which cemetery she is buried in and add a memorial for her, I'm pretty sure I already have memorials for her parents. I'll have to check for sure and get you their numbers, so we can get them connected. There might be someone from her family looking for her.
If I could have Leonard, I would really appreciate it. He was one that I had lost track of. No one had ever mentioned his moving to Florida.
Thanks again, Shirley
Added by Douser on Mar 17, 2010 7:11 PM
Could you please link my great, great uncle Leonard Kranz #40830946 to his parents? They are Georg P. Kranz #45129319 & Catharina E. Harff Kranz #45129413. Leonard's full name was Leonard Phillip Kranz and he was born in July of 1864.
Added by Douser on Mar 17, 2010 6:46 AM