|Melissa OBrian (#47282686)|
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"The purpose of life
is to Live it,
to taste it, experience
to the utmost,
to reach out eagerly
and without fear
"The past is never dead-
it is not even past."
In Christ Shall All Be
I Cor. XV 22 KJV
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|Cathy Yancy Elliott||RE: Re Gerena Curl|
I now have the gravesite of Jean Curl. It is Pleasant Hill Cemetery
From Appanoose County Cemetery Census
No worries Melissa!! It is fixed! Did you want me to transfer them to you?
Thank you for being part of this wonderful website!!
Added by Liz on Jun 16, 2015 4:19 PM
|Tom and Ellen Coss||Ewings|
Would you like to have Donna and Roberta transferred too? They are in the same cemetery as Robert. Tom
|Kathy Topping||Deahl/ White|
I was given the impression that Ellsworth Baysinger Deahl might have been adopted by his step father Paul Deahl. But he seems to have taken that name wether he was officially adopted or not since he was raised by him more than his biological father. If you have any documentation to say one way or the other I would be happy to see it. Both of his wives also went by the Deahl name and not Baysinger so that is the name I have listed him under as that is what they all seemed to go.
I know it is confusing but that is the info that was given to me. If you want to add any pictures of him to the memorial go ahead, I wouldn't mind seeing them.
|Peace4me||RE: Re David Lawrence Ewing # 108435746|
There is also a James A Ewing July 18, 1935-June 4, 1991 SFC US ARMY in Limestone Cem.
Added by Peace4me on Apr 30, 2015 8:41 PM
|GariochGraver||RE: Re Sir James Dalrymple # 52174735|
I think the burials took place around the church long ago before it was built around. An item on the news tonight stated that John Knox was probably buried under the car park outside the church so may be in the company of Sir James! Alternatively, could be in a crypt.
|Carl||corrections on memorials|
Always my pleasure but if you are related, I can transfer. I am not related to most of these folks. If you want recreate memorials and have me delete mine, no problem there either.
Added by Carl on Apr 24, 2015 7:55 PM
|Carl||RE: Re Ann H Blake #37628243 & #145454898|
When I come across something like that now, I just transfer - they are probably related and it is just easier that way for me LOL. Thanks for the note though.
Added by Carl on Apr 24, 2015 7:53 PM
|Joe Skorupa||RE: Re Charles & Mattie Hodges #37452117 & #70411561|
You're welcome, I'm glad I could help!
|macso||RE: Re George lafayette Corhn # 58638787|
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could be of help to you. There were other Corhn's with him and I posted photos of them also. Chris
Added by macso on Apr 03, 2015 8:54 AM
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