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|Fred Smith||RE: Mary Bell|
That would be nice. She was one of my mom's favorite aunts. Aunt Molly
I would be glad to have her husband Uncle Joe as well # 110187861
Thanks much. Fred
|L.Sammons||RE: Mary Beeks Gray---Ray?|
Thank you so very, very much. I had several family researchers bring this to my attention. Since I've been working on another family, I hadn't researched Mary as a sibling of my great great grandfather. I have most of the other siblings of his done. He was the only boy in the family that we know about. All of his sisters died before him. So, again thanks so much for taking time to stop by the cemetery. Mary has a sister in that cemetery, also. Sarah Morrison. Glad to find both of them now. Thanks for all that you do on Find A Grave. I love doing work for them. I work on the one in our town, Gunnison, Colorado. I'm doing the research for the Civil War soldiers on Fold3. About to be ready to go to the microfilm for their obituaries. Thanks again.
|L.Sammons||Mary Beeks Gray---Ray?|
When I enlarged the photo of her stone, it appears to be RAY. Our family records and some researchers believe she is married to a RAY. Could you verify what the stone says? Sometimes, on Find A Grave, entries are made from photos, rather than the person making the entry actually having stood before the stone. Perhaps a better photo can be obtained that will clarify this? I would appreciate your help on this matter. Sincerely, a descendant from Colorado.
All of the Stringers in this cemetery are related. Ervin and Helena (Kirchman) Stringer are my great great grandparents. Jessie Clifford, Lila Merida, Robert Dale, and Sidney are their children. Mabel was married to Jessie and Waneita is Roberts wife.
Added by Evelyn on Jul 24, 2013 8:03 PM
|HJ||RE: Memorial# 80923576|
You're welcome! I think its a good idea, not just for accuracy, but so others who can't visit the cemetery can read it for themselves. Plus, if the photo is added to a memorial entered by someone else, they might be able to add more info to it, if they can read the inscription, such as a verse! I like it! Have a great day.
Added by HJ on Apr 26, 2013 4:14 PM
Thanks for the great photos you've added! I just ran across them. It's terrific that you take time to include a close-up of the inscription.
Added by HJ on Apr 25, 2013 4:18 PM
|Fawn||RE: Marker for Loton Leroy Frisbey in Henry Cemetery|
Thanks for the closer inspection and picture of Loton Frisbey's stone, very much appreciated :)
Added by Fawn on Apr 23, 2013 7:24 PM
|Melisa Shepard||RE: transfers|
Thank you for the information on the Divelbiss' in Henry Cemetery. Your time is greatly appreciated!
Thank you for the transfers of the Divelbiss' in Henry Cemetery. I have a question about one Harry E. Divelbiss (1930-1931) #96678043. Would you happen to know who he is buried by or with? I am not sure who he actually belongs to, so that I can place him in my tree. I am thinking that he is a son of Harry K and Zella P but am not 100% positive. Any light that you could shed on this subject would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for all the pictures and again for the transfers. Your time is greatly appreciated.
|DMG||RE: Emma Gray|
Thanks for the quick transfers!!! Very Much Appreciated.
Added by DMG on Apr 09, 2013 7:54 PM
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