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|S Warner||clamp curtis transfers|
Thank you for transferring the Curtis memorials to me and the Danny Ray Clamp Memorial to my daughter. We are starting to add our personal information to it and it means a lot to us.
Added by S Warner on Jun 29, 2015 11:10 AM
|Jim Gill||Frank James # 29158662|
Thank you for posting his memorial.
The stone says Frank was born 12 Feb 1900. However, Frank was born 12 Feb 1896. He is in the 1900 census aged 4. He joined the Army in 1927 and I suspect he changed his birthdate in order to enlist. He served until after World War II.
Frank is my mother's half brother. If you would like to transfer this memorial to me I would be happy to make the change and link him to his parents.
Jim Gill - #47531014
Added by Jim Gill on Jun 29, 2015 8:21 AM
|Ed Lambert||Update to memoria;|
Can you add a link to your Memorial for Helen Jenkins Hodgkin (#29176169)?
Her mother was Maggie Davis Jenkins, and is memorial number 114853194.
|TLH||RE: Henry Brown|
I'm surprised that Find A Grave would not consider him to qualify as a famous person, especially after reading his full biography.
Added by TLH on Jun 23, 2015 7:47 AM
|Jean (Sheline) Enyart||Ruth Lawrence|
Thank you so much for transferring Ruth to me. I
will now connect her to the rest of the family.
|Earl Avery||RE: Alta E. Williams #13472289|
thx.i will do some checking on my side
|Earl Avery||Alta E. Williams #13472289|
The cemetery office where you have Alta buried say there is no record of her burial.where did you get info she was buried here.thx
|Howard Johnston||WRONG BIRTH DATE|
In the birth data listed in Findagrave, it says Luke Voorhees was born 29 Nov 1836. The inscription on the gravestone says he was born in 1834 which I believe is correct.
I would like to say "thanks" for all the work you have done in recording cemetery records. You are really appreciated!
Howard Johnston firstname.lastname@example.org
|J Collinsworth||Helen Genevieve Smith #29161766|
Thanks for setting up her page. Bio you may use:
1955 - From Henn-Roub Family History 1817-1955, by Jennie Boylan: Helen, the oldest granddaughter of the clan, was born west of Northboro, Iowa. She was always clever in handwork as a child, an interest she maintains yet today as evidenced by her sewing and crocheting. She attended the Pan American Commercial College at Key West, Florida and lived with her Aunt Pearl Holmes Campbell (her mother's sister). While working in a music store in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Helen met William Francis Smith. Bill is a Union Pacific Railroad foreman and also enjoys carpenter work as a hobby. Helen was instrumental in originating the "Children's Story Hour" at the Carnegie Library in Cheyenne in June 1924. They live at 3053 Dillion Ave., Cheyenne, Wyoming.
The Philip and Anna Henn Family History, Ball and Boylan, 1985: Helen Henn was born on the farm just west of the West Point School that her parents rented from his parents, Philip and Anna Henn. She attended Northboro and Blanchard High Schools. While Rex and Margaret Younger (Helen's sister) were living in Cheyenne, Wyoming, Helen went there. Helen's occupation: housewife and teacher. Her husband William 'Bill' Smith was born in Mike, Missouri, perhaps near Marceline, Mo in Linn Co. Bill moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming in 1923, and took a job with Union Pacific Railroad on 28 July 1922. From then until his retirement in February, 1969 he worked very hard and long hards, becoming General Car Foreman.
Helen is buried in "A" space, lot 242, sec H
|Ann Miller||permission to use|
I would like your permission to use the pictures of Alfred Hugh Jones' grave on my Ancestry.com Ged Jones Arnold site. I understand that I need to acknowledge Find A Grave, Eric Crow, and the number. Ann Miller
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