Hello Bill, I do not know if we are related it is a possibility. My mothers half brother was David Young Petrie #64555307 the son of James Petrie they lived in Bremerton, Wa. I have no info on James parentage. I leave tokens while I stroll around looking at family names. Have a great new year. Your Friend Jeannie
Added by Jeannie on Jan 06, 2013 11:04 AM
Thank you for linking them together.
|Anonymous||RE: John Bacon|
thank you for taking the time to check :)
|Anonymous||John Bacon in Conway|
Am lining up circa 1951/1952 transcription with on site survey. Can you provide any biographical info on John Bacon c.1770-1826 ? Stone not found at original visits; will go and double check. His link is here:
Transcription errors frequent so death 1826 may be wrong. I get no reasonable hits on familysearch.org vital records. His gravestone was next to William who is your memorial
thanks for any help
|Sister Sonya||Alice Hatcher DiPaolo|
Took another look around and there is no grave marker for Alice. If the plot number you gave me is correct (Central Section, 749, 5-7), they placed her cremains on top of her parents- Norris and Gertrude.
|Sister Sonya||RE: Alice DiPaolo|
Did you get a plot number? Alice did not have a headstone in (central section) 849 or 749. I found more Hatchers elsewhere- but their burial dates range from 1900-1949.
for more info.
|Sister Sonya||Alice DiPaolo|
Uploaded picture of Margaret, but I can't find Alice. Internment.net does not have her either, but that site lists burials upto fall of 2008. Cemetery office was not open, if you can get an exact plot #, I will look again
|Sister Sonya||RE: Charles Smith|
No problem, I have an older digital camera so I ran out of room for Margaret's headstone, will go looking again later this week. :)
|CJ Hughes||RE: LaVeda & Paul L Johnson photos|
I caught that and I'm very grateful!
|CJ Hughes||LaVeda & Paul L Johnson photos|
Thanks so much!!!
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