|A Caring Person (#47107763)|
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I am a caring person who wants to do what I can to help people preserve and honor the memory of their loved ones. It's as simple as that. |
If anyone has additional bio. info or photos for a memorial page I've created, please let me know. I'd be happy to add to it.
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|KPtheGraveHunter||Carolyn Durall memorial|
I wanted to let you know that by doing a little research I discovered that one of the memorials you created, Carolyn Durall, is buried under her maiden name of Roberts. I am guessing her family did this since her husband is the one who killed her. Another findagrave member has a photo of her crypt at Acacia Memorial Park in Lake Forest Park, WA. I let him know of this too and perhaps between the two of you you can decide whether one of the memorials should be deleted. Hope you are enjoying the findagrave web site!
|DogMama08||Lynnette Craft 113976645|
I corrected the spelling on Lynnette's first name before I transferred her memorial to you.
|William R. Ward||George Ratliff, Jr.|
I would like to contact the Ratliff family. Do you have phone number or the address of Connie or David? Please let me know. Do you live in Bay City?
Thanks, Bill ward in Dallas
|William R. Ward||Martha Jett Dowdell Ratliff|
Dear Caring Person,
My father, Jack Coop Ward, was George Ratliff, Sr. best friend at Texas A & M, Class of 1944. After the war, George, Sr. graduated, (abt. 1948) and accepted a job with the TDC (Texas Dept. of Corrections) as purchasing agent for meat. They lived on the grounds of the unit in Sugar Land. George, Jr. and I played together and we became good friends.
Later on they moved back to Cedar Lane and built a house on Ratliff property across from the family's country store. They owned "4-Corners", in Cedar Lane, and George built a service station and raised cattle on the property. I spent a week during the summer of (abt.) 1957 at the Ratliff house. I remember how badly the water tasted (sulphur), listening to the crickets at night, and being chased by a Brahman bull!
My family had a cabin at Caney Creek at Sargents and we would see the Ratliffs often. Please contact me. I would like to know more about Connie and her brother.
Bill Ward in Dallas
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