|SFC USA RET Duffie & Kathy (#46950425)|
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Hi, all. I'm Duffie G. C. Moore Jr. My families are from Hot Spring Co., Ark. & Garland Co., Ark. Moores, Hardins, Morris', Hubbards, Keeners & Maughans. The better half is Kathy Richardson-Moore, her families are from Iowa, Mo., Neb. & Cal.. Richardsons, Thurtells, Jensens and a host more.|
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We will only transfer memorials to direct family members. We are willing, however, to do corrections to the memorial or link to other family memorials.
The fall of 2008 we were asked to share our pictures with the Arkansas Grave Stone Project in Garland, Hot Spring, Dallas, Logan, Hempstead Counties. Arkansas. Thank you so much for recognizing our work.
We have also posted pictures on The Melting Pot Genealogical Society, Hot Springs, Ark. and Louisiana Gravestone Project.
West Central Louisiana Research provided by Bob Miller, email@example.com , Pioneers of Central Louisiana, and Jean Cupp Plummer, JOHNSON, CUPP AND CLOTIAUX FAMILY HISTORY
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|Sandy Hicks Mullins||Holts in LA|
Sorry to send so many additions and updates. My last Holt line was born there and thats all I know of that.
So I decided to try and link all those that are not and I find locations of births/deaths on those I find. I have even added a few spouses along the way. There are 540 in LA now, its a slow process but I am working my way down the list.
Please do not hate me, I used to walk cemeteries but am bed ridden now and this is one way I can still help Find A Grave.
Thank you for all you do.
|Bobby||RE: Adams' pictures|
I was happy to do it.
Added by Bobby on Jul 20, 2014 12:36 PM
|Patty McGinty||Clemmie McWhorter|
This may be a duplicate in your mind and in the "spirit of Memorials" but she is part of my McWhorter line. She is NOT a McWhorton. If you can have the other memorialist correct her name & add husband, etc, I'd be glad to delete my memorial but right now, these are 2 different persons.
|Mrs. Luther Davis||RE: Luther Davis, Jr|
Thank you so much for everything. You have done a great job with photo's etc.
|Wilton Hudgens||Edmond "Tobe" Edwards|
Thank you very much for the transfers of "Tobe" and Josephine (Richey) Edwards. I appreciate it.
|Keitha Jenkins Kirk||RE: BU: Burial Unknown|
Yes, I know what Find A Grave is, I just didn't know what BU stood for. But now I know.
|Julia Pechlivanos||Thank You!|
Eustace Maxwell Lewis was my great-great uncle, the beloved younger brother (by two years) of my great-grandmother, Mabel Lewis Perkins Knerr (1889-1974) who died in Akron, OH. Uncle Maxie, as he was called, stepped on a nail and died of lockjaw according to the story I was told by his sister when I was a child. My nephew is his namesake - Maxwell Lewis Faulkner.
Julia Faulkner Pechlivanos
|Felicia||Thanks for corrections request|
I got your email corrections on two duplicate memorials for my great,great uncle and aunt Tom and Minnie Burnitt. I appreciate you bringing this to my attention. Notified all parties to rectify.
Added by Felicia on Jul 07, 2014 7:11 PM
|Sarah Atwood Bardwell||Ted and Betty McCormic|
Thank you so much for posting this about Ted & Betty McCormic. They were my backyard neighbors in Hamshire, TX in the 1960's to early 70's.
Mr. Mac (as we called him) was a survivor of the Bataan March. I recently started looking for his grave because I wanted to share this with my children and grandchildren. I know he never spoke about his military service. The "Macs" did not have children but they were wonderful for my sister and me.
Again, you provided a great service by posting this so that they are not forgotten.
|cjgriffith||RE: Cecil Owen|
Your welcome. It is a shame that they haven't, but then some people don't know you can get one.
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