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Netta (#47352177)
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Bio Photo I'm an Army Brat. First School I attended was in Kaiserslautern, German for K-2. Attended a different School every year until Dad retired while I was in the 6th Grade. My last "Army School" was the 5th Grade at Fort Lewis. We moved to University Place, Washington after that and I was in Civilian Schools. After High School, I traveled. San Francisco (I was born on the Presidio there), Alaska (Sand Point, Anchorage, Kodiak, & Spruce Island), the Oregon Coast (Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, Newport), and Tacoma.

I'm a Full Charge Bookkeeper / Accountant.

Never married ergo no Kids.
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Cathy P.
Elmer Kelly 136809547
Dear friend,
I transfered Elmer Kelly' memorial to you.
Some on sent me a suggestion to me about Elmer Kelly.136809547
"He was hit by a Car at 18th & Parade on the 29th and died 2 Days later. He was buried 03 January 1941. Source of Information: His Death Certificate."
Sincerely Cathy P.
Added by Cathy P. on Jan 21, 2016 11:39 AM
Della Lytal Fennell
Wesley Chapel Cemetery
I must point out an erroneous photo of "Wesley Chapel Cemetery" in Hunt County TX. I am very familiar with that cemetery because a number of relatives are buried there (including my great grandfather and great grandmother). It appears you have posted photos at that site when in fact those photos are of a Wesley Chapel Cemetery in another state altogether.
Please remove at your earliest convenience. Thanks.
Added by Della Lytal Fennell on Jan 03, 2016 9:21 PM
El Paso, Texas Natives
Jesse Atwood & Lyle Atwood
Thank you for bringing this information about Jesse Atwood to our attention. The Ancestry website automatically connects this Jesse Atwood and your Lyle Atwood. I guess, we can't always rely on their help.
Added by El Paso, Texas Natives on Nov 16, 2015 10:35 AM
Bob Bartlett
RE: Photo in #90710499
Please feel free to use any of my photos.
Bob
Added by Bob Bartlett on Oct 26, 2015 6:58 AM
LillieLouEllyn
Sulloney Jane Brooks Bell
Thank you so much for bringing her birth date to my attention
I have corrected it
Added by LillieLouEllyn on Sep 20, 2015 5:02 PM
SღPRICEღNance
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 73503621
Thank you for the County edit for this memorial.
Added by SღPRICEღNance on Aug 03, 2015 1:06 PM
Kerry Rae Smith Moser
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 58530033
Thanks much! the naming conventions are listed in the faqs...
Added by Kerry Rae Smith Moser on May 25, 2015 7:45 AM
Bobbie O'Barr
James M. Adams # 106851889
You wrote:
"Since he died during the Battle of Chickamauga, he would have actually died in Georgia since the Battle was fought in Catoosa and Walker Counties, according to http://www.civilwar.org/battlefields/chickamauga.html. The Union Solders retreated to Chattanooga. The Address for the NPS National Park is in Catoosa County, at Fort Oglethorpe."

Thank you for this information. My info came from a descendant of this man. Sometimes a man doesn't die in the actual battle but later in a hospital, from injuries in the battle. I don't know if this was the case here but I have removed his place of death so as not to be misleading. - Bobbie
Added by Bobbie O'Barr on Nov 03, 2014 7:49 AM
Leslie MITCHELL Smith
RE: Memorial# 75475457
Thank you so much for the message you sent about my ancestor, Henry Harrison RANSIER and the memorial for Henry Harrison RANCIER. I have contacted the other creator about the duplicate entry.

Thanks again!
Leslie Smith
Added by Leslie MITCHELL Smith on Jan 31, 2014 6:41 PM
Scott Voss
RE: THANK YOU!!!
You are welcome. I live about 10 minutes from there. I know that at the bottmom left it startes with the year 1861 and continues clockwise saying Grand Old Army of the Republic followed by 1865 (being the years the war spanned) and at the bottom between the years the word Veteran. The bottom point has a bugle, going clockwise, an anchor, crossed swords, crossed rifles, crossed cannons. I hope this helps.

Scott
Added by Scott Voss on Aug 03, 2013 4:19 PM
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