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|Kathi Murray||Calvin Peeples|
I would like to take over this memorial if possible. This is my Great-Grandfather and his information is wrong. His name is "William Calvin Peeples."
If you would like additional information from me, please let me know.
Do you have any info on the Willaford family buried at Lebanon in Georgia?
|Linda Davis||Pencie Howard|
Thanks for the transfer. Hope you are feeling better.
|Judi Braddick||RE: William A. Moores|
I stand corrected there are a few more Lee's that have passed since 1994 and placed in the Lancaster Cemetery, As soon as possible (weather ya know) I will take and post them as well. Forgot to look in my own penned book for the cemetery. hahah
|Tree Shaker||RE: Harvey Lee|
You are most welcome. I did not see a wife unless she married again. However there were several other Lee's I have taken them and have and will post more. In fact since there were only 10-15 Lee's in the cemetery I took them all and as stated will or have posted them.
Yes, please, I would like to look at a copy of the book. I sent you an email as well... and hopefully the book you have is not the one by Nell Park Gum. Hers is written in the style you wrote... sugary sweet and sappy... and completely full of hogwash to boot. Her book, in large part, is why the online trees of this Park(s) family are such a mess. In many cases, she combined biographical information about multiple men of the same given name into a biography as if they were just one man... three men named John Park(s) became one man named John Park(s), two men named Asa Park(s) became one, etc. Here's a memorial for one of the men she left out, claiming the other Asa Park was a great farmer, a great merchant, AND a great artist... #133000490. I would love to learn more about your Park connection, if you care to write. EVEYBL at AOL dot COM.
Added by EveyBl on Aug 17, 2015 1:35 PM
Just realized when I looked at your virtual cemeteries... you are part of the Park family! Hi cousin. :-) Have you participated in the Parke Society's paternal DNA project? Would you like to "trade notes" on the family? If so, shoot me an email at EVEYBL at AOL dot COM. Thanks! ~Evey
Added by EveyBl on Aug 16, 2015 11:47 PM
|EveyBl||Asaph Park #143962398|
Hello, I saw this memorial and wondered what documentation you had for the dates and other information. You listed it as a "non-cemetery burial." Given the number of memorials you have added, I assume you are using some type of death records for your entries. I'd appreciate whatever documentation and other info you can share (parents, spouse, etc.). Thanks for any help you can provide! ~Evey (Evelyn Park Blalock)
Added by EveyBl on Aug 16, 2015 11:44 PM
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