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I noticed you left a memorial flower on McArthur McLain's gravesite listing. Is he a relative? And, could his surname possibly have been McClain?
A person named McArthur McClain was listed on my g. g. grandmother, Minerva McClain's, marriage record as her guardian. I have very little info about him and was wondering if he might be her brother?
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|sherri morris||starling barnes chance|
Hi. My name is Sherri Morris and I am from the Conway area in Arkansas. I am looking for any information on Starling and other other relatives. She is related to me through my father's side of the family. Is she Native American? If you have any information you would be willing to share, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much...Sherri Morris...email...email@example.com
|Glenda Golden||RE: Alsip graves Jennings|
You are welcome. And yes it is HOT. I wonder how we got by when we didn't have airconditioning.
|Tara Bellomy||RE: Edgar - Pine Log Cemetery|
You are welcome!
|Patty Werner||RE: Calra Arnest|
No problem. I climbed up there and took some photos but its so overgrown I got scared. I'm trying to find who owns the cemetery n also get help to clean it up.
|Patty Werner||Clara Arnest|
I just found Clara's Cemetary and hope to take a photo for you.
|John Blakemore Sellers||RE: John Miles Hopewell Cemetery|
I am glad that I can bring forth all the forgotten in the Anglin Hopewell Cemetery. You can contact Peggy Anglin Bradford who lives within sight of the cemetery and her son lives down the road within sight of the cemtery as well. I am sure they would help you. Peggy's # is 606-474-4473.
|Donna Hawkins||RE: Bethunia Stone photo|
Please send me the link to the photo you are referring to. The chalk is water soluble and will not damage the stone, the first rain will wash away any trace of it.
|John Blakemore Sellers||RE: Curry Photos|
Yes. I plan to go back. It apparently is up to family descendants to maintain their kins gravesites, nost of which are hard to find in the woods and a lot of work needs to be done there.
|Caryn Hood||RE: Mount Zion Jamesport|
Yes. What did you want to know?
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