|Saratoga||RE: George McDougal Lockwood|
Added by Saratoga on Feb 11, 2014 9:41 AM
|Saratoga||George McDougal Lockwood|
Joy, I did not add Emma as his mother. To add links to memorials you have to own them. I did not create the memorial for George. Can you contact Juanda (she created his memorial) and she can remove Emma as his mother and add his correct parents. Thanks.
Added by Saratoga on Feb 11, 2014 4:10 AM
The other name on the headstone is William H. Mason who died July 12, 1857 age 5 mos 17 days.
Added by Saratoga on Feb 06, 2014 11:49 AM
|Owen A. Saling||RE: Otis Sanford Skipper|
Photo is deleted and I am of the skipper family. sorry that you feel that way
|Anna O'Quinn Richter||RE: LOUISA JANE ROBINSON WILSON|
Joy, I'll remove it if you think best. I hadnt realized it was quite so vivid.
|Patti V.||You wrote|
JOHN W. TAYLOR
John is buried at Mulberry Presbyterian Church.
He is in my lineage. If you would like to add
his parents, they are Green W. Taylor and
Martha Katherine McCarver.
I don't see them on there but their death certificates state so, I believe.
Please use the edit field to make the suggestion.
Added by Patti V. on Jan 02, 2014 3:30 PM
|June Tedder Martin||RE: MINNIE WHITE HINSON ROE|
I believe you have the wrong Minnie White. This Minnie was born April 1876. She married Andrew Jackson Roe in Jan 1896. I have a record of 5 children born from 1896 to 1905; all Roe. They lived in Clarke Co, AL. I have no record of a Hinson in her life. Good luck.
|Yvonne Kanapaux||Paul B. Mason|
Sorry I don't know anymore about this man. I was working for the funeral home that handled his final dispostion when I added his memorial. I do remember that it was his "church family" that attended his funeral services. We have no record of family.
|Ann||RE: Charles Klenke|
Please go to this person's memorial page click on edit and leave your corrections/add on and I will be happy to to the updates for you. With over 60,000 memorials I cannot remember where he is buried.
Added by Ann on Oct 20, 2010 10:07 PM
You are very welcome for the flag for Isaac Simmons. It is an honor to remember him. Thank you too for your kind words to me. Best ever, Sarah.
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