|D. W. Short (#47018656)|
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Born on a Kansas Army base during World War II, raised in a small Texas town, educated at SMU, married for many years, retired professionally from animal welfare, a wife, mother, grandmother, sister, friend, artist/designer and observer/writer of life.|
I am fascinated by history and family.
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|Carol Gauldin||RE: John and Berta Sherrard|
You are very welcome .. glad that I could help.. Carol..
|Jhere McKenzie||RE: James Wilson Tinkle|
You are so welcome! Jhere
|Luke Williams||Elizabeth Young|
Thank you for the update on Elizabeth Young. Her memorial has been updated as you requested. Luke
|Wes T.||YOUNG, Lizzie Weddington Cem. ARK|
You are SO welcome! Best wishes.
Added by Wes T. on Oct 02, 2013 7:01 AM
|D. K. Irby||RE: Lucindia Short Stovall|
You are welcome!
The suggested changes you provided on Allie Sherrard's memorial have been added.
Thank you very much for the updates.
Added by Bob on Sep 08, 2013 1:40 PM
|sandra davis||RE: John Alexander Walden|
Susan has been linked to John. I do not manage Robert Walden or Ollie Smyrl memorial. If you go to the memorials and click on the edit button, let them know that John's #12136782 is the father and Susan #15070344 is the mother. They will be able to link them.
|sandra davis||John Alexander Walden|
I have added the family names you gave me. I tried to look up each one so that I could link them. But could not find them. So I just entered the info in the Bio. I would be happy to link the family members if you find them. Thank you
|Dale Davis Aschenbach||Lewis Barge|
Hi. I know the city of Fayetteville probably already contacted you as well about this event for Lewis Barge but I just wanted to send you a message to tell you about it just in case. I plan on attending the event. The following is a portion of two emails I received from them. Dale...
I am with the City of Fayetteville and staff at our museum are looking for living descendants of Lewis Barge of Fayetteville NC. The Marquis de Lafayette Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution is planning a grave marking ceremony for Lewis Barge on August 17, 2013. The City maintains Barges Tavern and Mr. Barge was a pivotal citizen in the early history of our City. We would thoroughly welcome any living family who could be a part of the day's events. Please forward this message to anyone who may be interested. You can contact me with the information below or you may contact the City of Fayetteville's Historic Properties Manager and City Historian, Bruce Daws at (910) 433-1457 or email@example.com.. Again, the ceremony will be held on Saturday, August 17, 2013 graveside at 10:00 a.m. in Cross Creek Cemetery. A reception at Barges Tavern will follow. We know that it is short notice and the distance to travel may be far. If you are able to attend, please let us know so that we can include you in the printed program and greet you on the ceremony day. We would truly welcome any relative and have them participate by unveiling the Sons of the American Revolution marker next to the gravesite. If you are unable to attend, we encourage you to send a brief statement from the family that can be included in the program and read during the ceremony. Please stay in contact.
Heidi Bleazey, Museum Specialist
Fayetteville Area Transportation and Local History Museum and
North Carolina Veterans Park
Fayetteville Cumberland Parks and Recreation| 121 Lamon St. | Fayetteville, NC 28301
|Judy Richards||RE: Mary Sherrard|
Sorry it is not mine.
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