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|I WILL NOT link any memorials that are listed as burial unknowns. If you have any memorials where the place of disposition is not known, they don't belong on this web site, it helps not one person who is looking for the final disposition and it goes against what the purpose of this site is for.|
I have listed to document cemeteries and to honor those who have died before us first and foremost.
Please use the edit tab in the memorial for any corrections and updates. I will not do any updates from the profile page, there are steps in place that makes it easier for us. I do delete those that are left on my page.
If asking for a transfer, please be specific as to the relationship. Asking for a transfer of grandparents needs to be specific. Your mother's or father's parents; g-grandparents; g-g-grandparents and so forth. Us the edit tab and choose "Suggest any other correction or addition"
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|Brock Bierman||Turner Family|
You have listed Frank, Elizabeth and Lilian Turner as being buried at Holy Trinity Church Cemetery in Bowie Maryland, however the church has no records to indicate they are buried at their cemetery. Could you help me with finding the source of your information.
|Howard Lanham||Fielder Cross of Prince George's Co.|
I submitted an edit on Fielder Cross with a death date of November 17, 1861 (source: Baltz & Baltz' P. G. Co. Marriages and Deaths in Nineteenth Century Newpapers I: 155. According to Harry Wright Newman's book Mareen Duvall of Middle Plantation p. 499 he was buried on the 19th. Thanks for all your good work on Find-a-Grave.
|Michael Orr||Dual Burials?|
There is a headstone at: Note: a single headstone for Fannie Belle Davis Find A Grave Memorial# 24396646 and William Croft Find A Grave Memorial# 23975806 is also located in the
Port Tobacco Cemetery
Cemetery notes and/or description:
The cemetery is next to the old courthouse where the church used to be. The church was in existance from 1903 until 1946. It is located on Commerce Street off of Chapel Point Road.
William Croft Find A Grave Memorial# 139618107
Mount Rest Cemetery
Plot: NE lot 144 site 8
Fannie Belle Davis Find A Grave Memorial# 139617206
Mount Rest Cemetery
East Charles Street
Plot: NE lot 144 site 9
I have referenced the Port Tobacco Memorials in the Bios of both at their Mt. Rest Cemetery memorials.
I am working off of the Church records for Mt. Rest Cemetery.
Mr. Michael A. Orr (Mike)
|BF||Paul Trueman Lanham (1919-2006)|
Additionally, he passed away in December of 2006 and not 2007 as the article suggests.
Added by BF on Dec 02, 2014 9:10 AM
|BF||Paul Trueman Lanham|
Hi, I enjoyed reading your post of Paul Trueman Lanham (1919-2006)
Paul (or Pau-Pau, as I came to know him as), was the only grandfather I ever knew or ever had. My biological grandfathers passed prior to my birth. My father's father, Harry Flora, died from a heart attack on Thanksgiving in the late 60s when my father was only a child and my mother's father passed away just a few years before I was born from lung cancer, the same cancer that threatened to take Paul in the late 80s. Pau-Pau would continue to live with us for a few more decades with roughly half a lung remaining.
Paul remarried my grandmother (I believe in the late 70s), Doris (Previously Doris Flora from her marriage with Harry Flora and maiden name of Pilkerton), and without a question treated the Flora family he inherited as his own.
I am forever grateful for the 20 years of my life that I had with Pau-Pau. His love for history, all things literary, science, engineering, York peppermints, and laughter will always live on in my memories of him.
This is why I find this article of his a bit short in regards to having no mentioning of his second marriage with my grandmother, Doris. If these articles are for those of us still living to read and recollect upon those who have passed on, then it would be of the utmost importance to include all important aspects such as this simple detail.
Thank you for your time,
Brian Mitchel Flora
Added by BF on Dec 02, 2014 9:07 AM
|Bea Karns||RE: Margaret Riley Allen|
Thank you so much for letting me know - I never thought of it from that angle! Have a great day!
|John Latchford Beck||Andrew Walter Latchford|
Thanks for the edits for Andrew Walter Latchford.
Once again you have been a great help.
Thanks for the speedy resolution!
|baack40||RE: Thomas E Skinner|
If you only knew how messed up these cemeteries are. Lol. The house in the background in that pic on the memorial is at Old Baptist. I just had to have 3 methodist cemeteries merged.
Added by baack40 on Nov 15, 2014 4:12 PM
|Linda Morris Croy||Eliza Leach|
You had placed a memorial on for Elizabeth Leach Wyman Find A Grave #20096033. Richard Dixon had placed a memorial on for Eliza Leach Find A Grave #83094057 He transferred her memorial to me and I linked her to her spouse Leonard Wyman and her children. I have researched her and in all the census records and marriage records show her name as Eliza. Also the Cemetery book shows Eliza. Do you have documentation that her name should be Elizabeth?
Great to hear from you. What is a good time to call?
Added by Margaret on Nov 12, 2014 4:20 PM
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