|Connie Lagasse Russell||transfers|
Thank you very much for the transfers...very much appreciated and thank you for all you do in Findagrave
|Sue Hale Sheppard||Charlie Coburn #112451231|
Thank you for accepting the edits for the memorials of Charlie Coburn #112451231 and his wife Helen.
I would be pleased if you would read my Bio and visit my parents' memorials by clicking on their links.
|Capt||Arthur M Sayler|
Thanks for the transfer.... Not sure what prompted it but thank you for your efforts on Find A Grave.
Added by Capt on Mar 09, 2016 9:59 AM
|Connie Lagasse Russell||South Lawn Cemetery|
Hi...thanks very much for all the transfers of the South Lawn Cemetery, I appreciate it very much. I was wondering though if you had a list you were working from and if that list is still available...or if you have a link as to where I can get individuals' DOB/DOD because most of the memorials only have their year of birth/death...thanks in advance.
Thank you for the post of Chares William Coss. He was my grandfaher. He married burnetta elmira lawhorn in columbus Kansas. They moved to
barton county and than he moved to
dodge City Kansas. He died from tb. Nettie his wife is buried in the Maple grove cemetery Dodge city. He had 3 children,edna maae coss payne viola coss wyant and vera mae coss. Wilma Wyant
|June S||Duplicate memorial|
Please delete John Shelton memorial 70561400. His name was incorrectly added. His name is John Shelden and someone else has added him with a photo. Thank you.
Added by June S on Sep 26, 2015 4:17 AM
|Shirley Antar||Duplicate Memorials|
Vincemt J O'Brien has two memorial in Wyoming Cemetery 115599201 and 115638749
|Mary Anne Lyster||Memorial# 116204890|
William W. McElwain born January 1, 1881 Blaney Ridge, New Brunswick, Canada
married Delia Curley born abt 1881 in Ireland.
Parents David McElwain and Mary Jane Graham
|James Lacy||Robert Evans|
Thank you for the transfer--it is much appreciated!
|James Lacy||Robert Evans (# 59780210)|
Hi, I was wondering if you could kindly transfer to me the memorial for Mr. Evans. He was a dear friend of many years. Thanks, and apologies for the two previous false starts!
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