|Del Huggins (#46823179)|
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I was born August 29, 1943 in Powell, Wyoming. I joined the US Navy in 1963 and spent 2 years in Southeast Asia in the Philippines and Vietnam. I then attended the U of Colorado for a year and a half under the NESEP program and was then transfered to Europe for 4 years, stationed at Rota, Spain. After that I was sent to Washington D.C. for 4 years. At that time I retired and attended Central State University in Edmond, Oklahoma, where I attained a BS in Mortuary Science. I owned and operated two funeral homes, one in Moline, Kansas, and the other in Sedan, Kansas, for 26 years. I retired from the business in 2001. I am currently residing in Wichita, Kansas, and am an accountant for Wal Mart Corp.|
I am married, the father of two daughters. I have traced my ancestry back several centuries and am still in the process of chasing down my brickwalls.
As a former funeral director, I find cemeteries fascinating and love to contemplate past lives and histories of the families there.
I am more than happy to make corrections and add relationship links but am curtailing (not stopping) transferring memorials due to growing misunderstanding of what Find A Grave is about by those discovering the site for the first time. The time members have put into their efforts working together and sharing information is not up for grabs based on same-name surname or lineage and I will not do any of these type of transfers.
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|M. Brownson||John T Stafford 24270683|
Hi Del Huggins,
May I post your photo of John's gravestone? I always give full credit for pictures. Also, his first wife was Nancy Burris, born about 1810, died about 1865. They married on 28 Feb 1829 in Daviess County, IN. I don't believe Nancy's grave had been found yet. Thank you,
Del: I appreciate your kindness of transferring my cousins of the MILLS family. They have been added to their branch from the trunk of their mother's WOLVERTON family. Thank you so much & BLESS YOU!
Added by Max on Jun 01, 2015 9:29 PM
|Ann Harris Humble||Julius Edgar Thompson|
Thank you for posting the obituary.
|Dianne ||Find a Grave Memorials|
Thank you for all the memorial you have added to Find A Grave. Because of you and people like you who post memorials, it becomes possible to locate the graves of seemingly lost family members. Thank you.
Added by Dianne on May 20, 2015 8:23 AM
Del: THANK YOU BUNCHES for another transfer. You know I appreciate you so much for helping me with our family.
Added by Max on May 12, 2015 5:50 PM
|Christina York-Rehn||Abraham Ireland|
Thank you so much for transferring Abraham Ireland's memorial to me.
|John Miller||West Family part 2|
I should have told you I live in Ohio. Kate Miller, my father's aunt, married George West and went to Kansas sometime around the late 1800's. Among other children they had a Sam and Earl. I'm trying to figure out if this is the correct people. It certainly fits well.
|John Miller||Samuel and John Earl West|
Could these two men be brothers? I am thinking they are sons of George West 1852-1926 and Katherine R. West 1854-1927 who are buried in Cedar Vale Cemetery, Chautauqua County, Kansas.
If so I am related to them.
|ASA||Roy W. King|
Hello Del, while taking photo for Roy, I also got his wife and daughter. I believe his memorial has him incorrectly attached to Maud L. King. I will see if I can correct.
Added by ASA on Apr 21, 2015 11:50 AM
|Bonnie S||Julian Photo Request|
Sorry for the previous message...I hit the wrong key. In addition to the shared marker for the parents, there is a marker for their child as well. I took a photo and can send it to you if you would like.
Added by Bonnie S on Apr 16, 2015 2:35 PM
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