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Darla Moore Rogers (#47105821)
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Edward A Mallang 3rd
Clarence Gaston Moore 1925-1990
Darla,

Thank you for all the information regarding Clarence, and his marriage to Helen Lorrain Anderson.

I'm glad that you liked the photo of here. She was a looker, eh?

You indicated that Clarence was also buried there at the El Reno Cemetery, but I could not find a Find A Grave Memorial for him. Can you provide the Find A Grave Number? If necessary, I can make wone for him, but I suspect you already have, and I just cant find it.

Warm Regards,

Edward A. Mallang
Mallang@frontier.com
Added by Edward A Mallang 3rd on Dec 13, 2013 3:04 PM
Albert Hearn
RE: Rev. Stephen M. Hearn
Darla:
Thanks for your note.

Although there is no certainty about who is buried in the mysterious sandstone grave, my brother, George, and I have done considerable research. Our conclusions are (without presenting any of the supporting reasons here) that the grave is occupied by Stephen Hearne (no middle initial), the brother of Isham and son of Stephen M. This Stephen's son, Stephen W. is buried, with his wife Martha Hearn (cousin), near the sandstone grave.

My guess is that Stephen M. is buried in a lost grave back in Montgomery County, NC in what is now the Uwharrie National Forest, where Isham was born. Information about him and his wife (wives?) has been impossible to find. I suspect much of that information was lost in multiple fires at the Montgomery County courthouse.
Added by Albert Hearn on Jun 07, 2013 2:16 PM
WRVHS
RE: Memorial for W. L. Leathers and Verne Leathers
Hi, I sent your message on to our research department, which may take a while, to get an answer. However, I can answer your question about the abbreviation of s/s. We use it to show a shared stone, and we add the other persons name on the memo. These 2 were infants, and if there is more information at the historical society, someone should be sending an email to you. Hope this helps. Pat
Added by WRVHS on Apr 07, 2013 8:02 PM
Donald Patrick
Sarah Catherine Owens Reed
You are welcome. I have other photos of her. She was one of my paternal 1st Cousins.
Added by Donald Patrick on Jul 09, 2011 7:25 PM
Mary L Broderick
RE: Owens Chapel Cemetery, Polk Co., Ark.
Darla anytime you need help in this area just drop me aline. and your very welcome. Mary
Added by Mary L Broderick on Jul 09, 2011 8:35 AM
Mary L Broderick
RE: Owens Family - Owens Chapel Cemetery
Hi Darla, I want to thank you for leaving me just a wonderful message. I'm proud i could do it so you could find them. If ever you need any help just drop me a line and i will see what i can do for you. Thanks again Mary
Added by Mary L Broderick on Mar 11, 2010 12:58 PM
 

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