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Anonymous1 (#46801300)
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Bio Photo Additional information and corrections are always welcome.
Note: Information about Jacob and Mary Stauffer Varnes and some of their descendants has been taken from the following family history:
Special thanks to Julie Oliver for recording tombstone information at Bethel Christian Church, which has been used in some of the memorials.

The question of initials in proper names has recently come up. I am trying to follow the FAG guidelines of using a period after a middle initial: "Concerning punctuation in proper names, always use normal English rules, such as always use a period after a Middle Initial."

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Re: Magaret Surber
You're welcome! Thank you for creating the memorial for her. My father was a Surber.
Added by acybersleuth on Nov 22, 2014 9:27 PM
Mary Smith Gooding
Mary Smith Gooding is not buried in the Miller family cemetery, Bevier, Macon County, MO. This is my family cemetery that I care for, and there is not such a grave in the cemetery.

Added by ptetermo on Nov 11, 2014 7:09 PM
Anthony Zuccarini
Thank you for allowing me to manage the pages for Johnny and Charlotte Maloney.
Added by Anthony Zuccarini on Nov 03, 2014 9:05 PM
Susan Semonovich Corl
RE: Margaret Breninger grave photo
You are very welcome!
Added by Susan Semonovich Corl on Nov 03, 2014 11:52 AM
Gayla Oman
RE: Nancy Hull
Yes she was married after Swink. Nancy Robinson Swink Hull. Sometimes the maiden name is spelled Robison...
Added by Gayla Oman on Oct 14, 2014 10:31 AM
RE: Bernice Bates
Hi, the death date portion of the death certificate is messed up so I did a combined analysis of the death certificate and the death notice. The Madison Times is a weekly paper and is dated Thursday, Jan. 13, 1927. It said the baby died on Friday, which would be Jan. 7th. It also said the baby was buried on Saturday, which would be Jan. 8th. The death certificate said that burial was on Jan. 8th. So, I think Jan. 7th is the correct date of death. The death certificate lists a birth date of Dec. 21, 1926 and said the baby lived 16 days. A death date of Jan. 7th after having lived 16 days would indicate a birth date of Dec. 22, 1926. So I think the birth date was either Dec. 21st or 22nd. The most important point for me was establishing the correct death date because that portion of the death certificate was messed up so bad. Thanks for your help.
Added by DStephens on Oct 07, 2014 1:00 PM
Anthony Zuccarini
RE: Lily/Lillie Powers
Thank you for your help. All my best...
Added by Anthony Zuccarini on Oct 03, 2014 11:09 AM
Anthony Zuccarini
RE: Lily/Lillie Powers
Many thanks for the transfer. It's truly appreciated. All my best to you!
Added by Anthony Zuccarini on Oct 02, 2014 11:08 PM
Anthony Zuccarini
Lily Myrtle (Lucas) Powers
Would you be willing to transfer management of the memorial for Lily Myrtle Powers (126776228) to me? This is my great-grandmother. I was raised by her daughter and son-in-law, Geraldine (Powers) and Vernon Maloney. Many thanks!
Added by Anthony Zuccarini on Oct 02, 2014 6:11 PM
RE: Robert Samuel Taylor
Oh yes, please do. That's why I sent it. I am working on a project for all 23 sailors killed in action on the ship, have been for years. The first "boy" killed in April 1945 was Robert Moore of Enid, OK. His OK cousins just visited the ship last week. The other 22 sailors were killed in July, including Bob Taylor, in another attack.

I'd be happy to send a few photos of the ship (now) and the plaque if you'd like (you can add those too). But I have difficulty in using Find a Grave methods to send photos.

My Email is

Send me a small note and I can reply with pix. The USS Cassin Young (DD 793) also has its own website (done by volunteers) and can be Googled as well via "Boston National Historical Park."

richard in boston
Added by rbdixtour on Sep 13, 2014 11:02 AM
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