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|Bette Heaps||RE: Lyle M Heaps|
I am so sorry for never responding to you!! I forgot my information to log back on. As far as I know, no one is from Scotland. I can't remember if it was my 4 or 5 times great grandfather that came to utah from England, his name was George I believe. I'll let you know what I find out. I know there is some family still over in England somewhere.
|Barbra Keele-Barnes Lloyd||cemetery|
I don't know who you are or why you feel it is your place to decide that a private pet cemetery doesn't exit and have it deleted. Casa Linda is a private pet cemetery on private property and not accessible by other then owner. My pet was and is very dear to me and I have every right to have her listed here and where she is buried. I do not and will not list the address to where my pets are buried. You didn't pay any of her vet bills or care for her, or love her, why are you so concerned now to act as if where she is buried is your concern? How dare you make her memory as though she never was by having our cemetery deleted. It's my property that she is on
|Ray Hawkins||Jack A. Bass|
You have listed David Jackson Bass and Ellen D. Bass as his parents. They are actually his grandparents. His father is Andrew Burton Bass (1885-1980) and his mother is Hallie Mae Smith (1885 - 1967). The siblings Mary Alice and Elijah Samuel are the children of David and Ellen. They are the siblings to Andrew.
|James Wilson||RE: Eugene Edward|
You did all the work. There's a lot more on that bio than anything I provided. I just rather thought "fair is fair". If there are guys who made "famous" status with ten major league games, Gene Robertson had earned it, too.
|Carl Steiger||Henry Gerd Kruger|
Thanks for linking him to his parents. No need to mention me.
Thanks for all you do.
|Miracle Mile Tim||Duplicates|
Thank you for contacting me a few months ago about the duplicates that another contributor had created on some of my memorials. I had noticed this myself and sent him SAC's. Unfortunately, this contributor does not appear to respond and keeps creating more dupes.
I notice that the dupes are now deleted from the system. If you reported this to edit, thank you so much. Several contributors have been notifying him, both by SAC and directly on his member page, to little success.
Thanks for your help.
|James Wilson||RE: Eugene Robertson|
I'm a proud graduate of Saint Louis University who happens to be "into" genealogy and sports. I was just running down info on former Billiken players who made it to professional sports.
They have "famous" folks at Find-A-Grave with one or two major league at-bats. This guy spent all or part of nine years in the majors.
Baseball Reference.com link
|Jamey Deeter||Charles M. & Rena K. Sain - Logandale Cemetery|
May I please have permission to use your photos on a family tree site? If permitted, please let me know what name you would like the photos credited to. Thank you! Abigail Deeter
|Kaylene Irwin||Thank You|
Thank you for posting pictures of the gravestones of my sister, Laurel McMurray, and my brother, Ryan McMurray in the Logandale cemetery. It was unexpected to find this site, and then find them. I feel like I can "visit" them even though we rarely go back there.
|Connie Chrisman Hatch||Jack Bass|
Thank you for linking Jack to his parents. It's very much appreciated.
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