|John & Ruth Clackler (#47037822)|
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John was born in Wetumpka, Alabama, on September 25, 1945, and Ruth in Ben Lomond, Arkansas, on December 8, 1932. They were married on May 1, 1996, in Plattsburgh, New York, a second marriage for each. Both had children from their previous marriages: John, two; Ruth, one. Ruth has retired after some 50 years in interior design/decorating, and John has retired after 42 years under the expanded belt as a Pharmacist.|
Lineage: John: Clackler, Shelton, Headley, Harris
Lineage: Ruth: Taylor, Wade, Chilton, Dennis
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|Debi Burgess||Charles Newton Harris|
John, I noticed the bio on the memorial for Charles Newton Harris you have posted. You mentioned that you were his great grandson. On my tree Charles is a 1st cousin 4 times removed. You have his father as Walter Harris but his father as Walton A Harris. The name Walton shows up several times on the Harris side of my tree. I have Walter (Walton) Harris as a brother of my great great great grandfather Westley Harris. Good to find a new cousin. Debi Burgess
|ajfwoodard||Elbie and Elizabeth Groves|
Dear John and Ruth,
Thank you so much for sponsoring my grandparents memorials. It's so much nicer to view them without the ads!
|Bill Bates||RE: Minks Photos|
Hello, John and Ruth,
Have an awesome day, Bill
|Janet LaMotte||Henry Keller|
There is a photo request which will confirm or deny if his memorial is for the right cemetery.
|Red||RE: Sylvia Wade Lovelady|
You are welcome, glad to help. Red
Added by Red on Aug 10, 2014 8:27 PM
Thank you so much for sponsoring Hershel's memorial. I appreciate you and will be glad to add any info.
|ajfwoodard||Al and Darlene Featherston Memorials|
Dear John and Ruth,
You guys are so great about sponsoring memorials, and it's really special you chose to sponsor my parents. Thank you for all the research you've done, your willingness to share data, and being sponsors for so many memorials. Not having to look at all the pop up ads makes using Find a Grave much nicer.
Hugs to you both,
|Judy Mayfield||Minerva Wallace|
I would be happy to add the article if you wish to provide it. Thanks for offering.
|Catie & Will||James Payne|
Thank you for the new info and you are correct. The cemetery records list the child as 1 year, 28 days, but after enlarging the photo, I can see (either 4 or 7) years, 1 m, 28d.
I made the necessary corrections
Sincerely, Catie and Will
|Jackie M. Isham, Sr.||RE: Sam Houston Wade|
You are more than welcome. I had an Uncle Jackson L. "Jack" Stevens, Jr. that lived in Plattsburgh, he died Dec.14, 2004. He is supposed to be buried in Whispering Maple Memorial Gardens in Ellenburgh Depot. Accoring to the VA he is supposed to be buried in the military section but I called the cemetery and the lady to me there was no record of him being buried there. I don't know if she really looked it up or not, so I guess i will never know.
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