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Robert H (#47752064)
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Rob5380
RE: Charles W. McCook
You are very welcome. My father was also a pilot with the 22nd Bomb Squadron, he more than likely knew Mr. McCook.

Added by Rob5380 on May 16, 2015 2:20 PM

Sue Seeterlin Rice
RE: Wesley O Grant at Springhill Cem
Thanks Robert, and in the meantime perhaps someone else who lives even closer might help out.

Sue

Added by Sue Seeterlin Rice on Apr 25, 2015 8:11 AM

Sue Seeterlin Rice
Wesley O Grant at Springhill Cem
Hi Robert,
I noticed that you have taken some photos at the Springhill Cem in Coushatta, LA. I was hoping you could help me by taking a photo of a Vietnam casuality. Wesley O Grant # 86286420. My request has been on since 2012. Any help you can offer would be very appreciated.
Best Regards,
Sue Rice
Waterford, Michigan

Added by Sue Seeterlin Rice on Apr 23, 2015 12:14 PM

Sue Reed
RE: Oliver Perry Smith
You are very welcome. I'm always glad to hear that my posting assisted someone to find the burial of a family member.
Sue Reed

Added by Sue Reed on Jan 31, 2015 6:28 AM

Margaret C Cowles
RE: John Leckie Hendrick
You probably sent an edit. That usually means someone is really interested in a certain memorial.

I try to "get rid" of any non-family memorials to someone who'll take good care of them and is YOUNGER than I am.

Added by Margaret C Cowles on Dec 05, 2014 10:01 AM

nk
RE: Mary Hendrick Sparks
I changed it. I am not related, but thank you for the offer.

NK

Added by nk on Nov 24, 2014 12:58 PM

Misssmarty
RE: I D Hesser
I am not a Hesser descendant but my husband, children, and grandchildren are. I recently acquired my mother-in-laws genealogy notes and materials on the Hesser family and have been organizing and consolidating this information. Her descent is through Andrew Hesser and Eleanor Shaw and their son Andrew Hesser m. Emeline McCune and their daughter Mary Louisa Hesser m. Oscar Simon Martin. I have been using the documented research she had to connect the Hesser families together on F-A-G so that future researchers will have some information to begin their own search using birth and death locations, spousal, parent-child,and sibling relationships, F-A-G is one of the few sites left where others can gather family data without having to pay money to do so.

Added by Misssmarty on Aug 23, 2014 8:05 PM

morpridg
Dawson Cemetery question
I was wondering if you knew why there were so many "unknown" markers in the Dawson Cemetery in Delta County, Texas. It was unusual to find so many in a concentrated area. I haven't been able to find anything about it.

Some of our Dawson family is there and we were wondering what happened.

Thanks,

morpridg

Added by morpridg on Aug 23, 2014 12:14 PM

garden8er
RE: Ruhama Farmer ID# 59835697
There are a LOT of Farmers in the cemeteries in the 25 mile radius that I cover! I will keep an eye out for yours on subseq

Added by garden8er on Aug 07, 2014 4:34 PM

Ohara720
Missouri Pullig Photo
Thanks Robert for taking the time to take the photo and upload for us!

Added by Ohara720 on Jun 23, 2014 5:11 PM

Sharon Ray
James Bransford
Robert, I have no idea.

Added by Sharon Ray on May 13, 2014 5:30 PM

Clinton Slayton
Slaton info
Thanks very much for sharing Eva Slaton with me. I have posted some of this, with you as referenced source, but I do not follow down the SMITH line as that is off of my focus. I could not access the letters you referred to, but thanks very much.

Added by Clinton Slayton on May 03, 2014 12:44 PM

Arizonagraver
McLeod
Robert, thanks for the info I've linked Ella to her family appreciate your help very much. Jim

Added by Arizonagraver on Apr 16, 2014 10:53 AM

Diane Gadman Wyatt
Helen Hendrick
Thanks for the info. Vernona Carroll is my Great Grand Aunt - sister of my Great Grantmother Margaret Carroll Bonneau.

Added by Diane Gadman Wyatt on Apr 08, 2014 4:34 PM

Anna Jaech
Lewis Lunsford Stephens
I realized today there was no memorial for the son of William Stephens & Elizabeth Nelson, the couple who took the family to Missouri. Ironic because it was Luns who donated the land to the church for the cemetery in which he is buried - the year he died. He is now #126772246. I have asked that his wife, Emily (who remarried) be given the name of Stephens & linked to him. Emily's linkage is interesting.
Annie Jaech

Added by Anna Jaech on Mar 23, 2014 12:06 PM

Kathy Bergold
IDDO BALL
I'm sorry, your two emails have confused me.
I don't know if there are two different people or if it's the same person. If so, I'm reading it to be two different sets of parents with one set of parents showing his wife as his mother. HELP! LOL I really want to get this correct.

Added by Kathy Bergold on Feb 08, 2014 12:55 AM

Karl & Paula T. Morley
RE: Effie Hall Et Al
Your very welcome and thank you for providing all the information. It is a joy to provide anything that may help someone doing research. If you are related to any of our memorials and would like to manage them; let us know.

Regards,
Karl & Paula

Added by Karl & Paula T. Morley on Jan 28, 2014 9:22 AM

Caroline Passmore
George Henry Carter
Thank you for the parental links.

Added by Caroline Passmore on Jan 19, 2014 12:33 PM

Mom to angels Bo and Chris
Billy Buckalew
I have added his mother and father, thank you for providing that information. Please feel free to request his memorial if you would like to have it. I didn't know him, but I wanted him to have a memorial. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Cecile

Added by Mom to angels Bo and Chri... on Dec 21, 2013 12:12 PM

Anna Jaech
Three Stephens Children
I see you've read the terrible account of the deaths by fire of Martha, Maurine & Barney Stephens (#93498022)in 1927. The end of the story: Barney & Ethel, the parents, moved to Columbia, established a grocery & were well loved & cherished by the community. They had two sons, Richard b. 1929 & Bruce b. 1932. I knew this small family well. The sons were the kindest men I've ever known, their parents gracious & quietly dignified. Ethel lived to be 99. I visited her weekly at a Columbia nursing home as did other cousins. Her sons were highly successful & had to live away... Ethel lived in the moment & was interested in what others were doing. We spoke of cousins in the sense of the present.
Annie

Added by Anna Jaech on Nov 29, 2013 12:11 PM

sanford
RE: Thomas San(d)ford in Old Burlington
Thos was my 3rd cousin 5x removed-I tried to work on Benj's line but BOY are there some lulu's out there with BAD dates etc(like parents at 10 years old and stuff) Do you have a tree on ancestry? A Crump tree loos pretty good? Do you know where the Leslie family fits in?-Marcellus-Peter-Samuel-Theoplis-Martha?-Stephen

Added by sanford on Oct 22, 2013 2:53 PM

Christopher Beard
Jesse Brumfield
Hi. I made the link for Jesse to his parents. Question I am hoping you can help with - Find A Grave shows his name as D. Jesse Brumfield, but in other documentation I have seen it is Jesse Kelly Brumfield. Do you know where the D. came from and what it may stand for? Could he had had three names possibly. I know that as common. (D. Jesse Kelly Brumfield)??
Thanks.
C. Beard

Added by Christopher Beard on Oct 17, 2013 8:47 AM

Amy Hogan
Youngblood Cemetery
The Walthall Cem book says in the Knoxo Comm behind Linwood Graves home, across hollow and on hillside. Section 19, Township 2 North, Range 12 East. No markers remain. Wish I could be more help.

Added by Amy Hogan on Oct 16, 2013 7:06 PM

Anna Jaech
Stephens
Robert: Has it been business as usual since we last talked, or have you made any startling or fascinating discoveries? I continue to work, but not at my old pace. Have you read that Find A Grave has been sold to Ancestry?
Annie

Added by Anna Jaech on Oct 07, 2013 9:59 AM

Peachy Pringle
Amos Ponder
I don't know the Ponders.
Earlier this year, someone requested photos for some of the Ponders in Amite City Cemetery. In such cases, it is more efficient to photograph all the stones in the family plot and sort it out at home. When one finds oneself with a photo of a stone with no memorial, one just makes a memorial in hopes that someone interested in that person will see it. I have transferred the memorial to you.

Added by Peachy Pringle on Sep 20, 2013 6:21 AM

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