|Brenda Sue Watkins-Franklin (#46991213)|
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|Al Haxton||Charley Haxton|
I put in an edit for him Find A Grave 26187554. I was adding his mother and father. Mother Fannie Haxton Find A Grave 26187555 and father William Perry Haxton Find A Grave 54284414. I was wondering if you can go ahead and add them to Charley.
Al Haxton Jr Find A Grave 47862792
|C. J. Baker||Frederick Bonifield|
His mothers maiden name is Minton not Milton. This is my Uncle.
These are family members. My grandfother family and mother. Smiths I was wanting to see if I can get these 2 transferred over. I would like to add more information and do some correction if possible. Have a great day
|Beverly Bowman Dilday||Transfers|
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE TRANSFER'S
Thank you ever so much for the transfer of the Lois Steinke memorial. Thank you for the time and the work you have put into this memorial, as it is very much apppreciated.
All the Best To You.
Added by OLGA on Feb 17, 2015 5:20 PM
|Mary Tiffie||RE: Isaac Wadkins|
I can't wait to see Y'all! We didn't get to Potato Hill because (Granny) Mattie Lucille Martin-Tiffie was so sick and she passed away June 15th. I have a picture actually 2 pictures that I want to see if you know who they are..they were in gGrandma Margret Louisa"Sissy" Wadkins-Martin's photo book. See you soon!
|Angela Cocke||Elizabeth Dunaway Watkins-Jackson|
Hi Brenda. My husband is Barry Cocke. He is the grandson of Ludia Belle Cocke. We are wondering if there is a way we can get a copy of the photo you have posted for Elizabeth and any possibilty of a picture of her 1st husband, Ike. Thanking you in advance.
Are you a grand daughter of Elizabeth?
|David Lander||Find A Grave Memorial# 29679032|
Thank you for the Byrd Memorials. I would also like to thank you for your very generous contributions as a Find A Grave contributor. You can be assured, Brenda, your contributions are appreciated by families today (many you may never hear from) and will be appreciated by future generations.
I know what a struggle it is with the economy. When you resume internet service please let me know so I can give you invitation to our private family tree on Ancestry.com.
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