|Diana Watson (#46931106)|
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|I have been doing genealogy (family history) research for 14 years. I especially enjoy lineage research. I take cemetery pictures, do court house research. I am a member and Registrar for our local DAR chapter since 2001, Northwest District Director PSSDAR (2013-2016).|
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|Melinda Trayer Nobles||Sarah Merket|
Thank you for taking the time to fulfill my photo request.
|Alex Roller||RE: Leora Fanning|
I am sorry for the mix up. Her husband, Billy Fanning, is my cousin. On his death certificate, her maiden name is listed as Cox. That is what I went by in listing her maiden name on her memorial. Obviously the name on his death certificate is in error. You know the truth regarding her maiden name.
If you will please send another SAC to link her to her father, Fred Fields, I will be happy to approve it.
Thanks and have a wonderful 4th of July!
Alex Roller (# 47000413)
Thank you so much for the pictures of these two headstones. It is greatly appreciated.
Got it done Diane. Thanks for the new info. This is part of my dau-in-laws family.
Added by MLC on Nov 17, 2013 11:08 AM
Thank you Diana for sponsoring the memorial for Sgt Richard Sargent.
Added by Sue on Nov 11, 2013 8:00 AM
|Conservative Patriot||Stephen Thomas|
Thanks for posting the photograph
|Mike Frdiga Springboro||RE: Blanche Hershey|
ok...i did not realize i had my old friend listed twice..thanx for telling me...
|Charles Eugene Logston||Grave Photo, Hattie Ferguson|
Thanks Diana for posting the photo of Hattie Ferguson's grave, 101200510. Please post it also on her husband's grave, Albert Ferguson, 109758222.
The much thanks!
|Kathryn Cox||McNary family|
Thank you for the photos of this family which provide more documentation. I appreciate your time and effort. Kathryn
|David Olsen||Louis Orison|
Thank you so much for the photo for Louis. We both served in the same unit in Vietnam. He was one of 75 men from C Troop 3rd Squadron 4th US Cavalry that was killed in Vietnam. Soon I will have them all back together again where they belong and then my work will be done.
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