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Brenda A. Darbyshire (#47229861)
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If you want a transfer, use the edit button or I will not do them.

In the future, please use the change buttons that FAG has provided. Since Ancestry has bought FAG there are triple the number of changes. I have 30 to do on my edits at the top and this is since yesterday afternoon. If you do not understand, then go read what FAG tell you about these new additions.

I do check these to see if they are correct, so if it seems to be in error, I will decline them.
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R. L. Vaughn
Grovelle Andrews: 81847293

I tried to leave a link for Mrs. Andrews father, but was confused by the reason for the decline: "The memorial is up to date with submitted edit." I'm trying to understand what the problem is. Thanks so much. Have a nice day.
Added by R. L. Vaughn on Jul 21, 2014 1:55 PM
Jelene Roberts-McCain
RE: Whiteheads
My husbands family came to Iowa in 1844. His 4th great grandmother Esther Whitehead married Lorenzo Dow McCain. They were from Stark Co. Ohio.
Added by Jelene Roberts-McCain on Jul 19, 2014 12:20 PM
T. (Tommy) L. Surles III
Site transfers
I would like for you to transfer to me, 47896688, the following sites. I have information to add to each of them.
Leroy Cornelius Manry 69198351
Lawrence Edward Manry 69198703
Leroy Cornelius (Roy) 114514297
Marion Seville Dyke Manry 100053528

Thanks, T. (Tommy) L. Surles, III
Added by T. (Tommy) L. Surles III on Jul 17, 2014 2:11 PM
T. (Tommy) L. Surles III
Wood products
It was only after I came to St. Regis in Pensacola was I ever in contact with our tree suppliers. For my 1st two years here, we would meet weekly with the wood purchasing person and make an order based on what the expected production from the plant would be the next week.
Otherwise, I never met the wood suppliers and for the life of me, I cannot remember that person's name.
My job always involved moving the wood brought into the mills through the woodprep area (debarking, chipping and storage/reclaiming) into the pulping and bleaching process in the places that had bleaching. I did write a paper a long time ago entitled "Let's take a walk through a Paper mill" and I did it because we had a lot of visitors at the Alabama Kraft mill. As you might suspect, each business has a "language" we learned. The paper translated the mill language into layman's terms for ease of understanding.
Want a copy, can mail it to you but must have your address. E-mail me your address at letting me know what you want.
Added by T. (Tommy) L. Surles III on Jul 17, 2014 1:42 PM
Gail Higley
Imogene Suggs Goff
Thanks for the transfer of Imogene Goff's memorial.

I live in Oregon so it is very much appreciated that you set up the memorial.

Added by Gail Higley on Jul 16, 2014 4:26 PM
T. (Tommy) L. Surles III
As a kid I had the opportunity to plant some pine trees on farms we lived on.
After college was completed, I went to work in an fertilizer factory near Savannah GA in a research lab as a Technician, After almost two years here, I took a job in a paper mill at Cedar Springs, GA, for two years, then to Alabama Kraft company as a process engineer. Over the years learned different jobs, working as Woodprep, supervisor for a while, assistant pulping supt for 8 years, Powerhouse supt. for 2 years, Production manager for a year and pulping Supt for many years. Left there to come to Pensacola to St. Regis company as the pulping Superintendent, and retired at the end of 1999 as Power and Chemical Recovery Supt.
Yes you could say I worked the wood industry for a while. Thanks for asking.
Added by T. (Tommy) L. Surles III on Jul 15, 2014 5:23 PM
Seth Quick
Hiram A Couch
Spoke to Hiram's great grandson. He said that he does recall there being 2 cemeteries/headstones, but he could not recall which was the honorary headstone, only that one was honorary. I still think Princeton is the honorary one. I am sure Connie (creator of Princeton memorial who also has wife and two of his sons' memorials) will be willing to add children and wife to the one at Sunnyside so that people are aware that there are 2 sites if looking.
Added by Seth Quick on Jul 14, 2014 8:17 PM
T. (Tommy) L. Surles III
I transferred Peter Foust #85106078 back to you this a.m.
I am T. (tommy) L. Surles, III 47896688
Added by T. (Tommy) L. Surles III on Jul 14, 2014 3:33 PM
T. (Tommy) L. Surles III
Wrong grave site
This morning I opened my e-mail and found that you had transferred Peter Foust 85106078 to my account. I am T. (Tommy) L. Surles, III #47896688 and have no idea who Peter Foust is. He is not part of my family group.
Need to transfer him back to you if I can figure out how.
Added by T. (Tommy) L. Surles III on Jul 14, 2014 7:05 AM
Seth Quick
RE: Couch
I am not absolutely positive, but my guess is that Hiram is buried at Sunnyside. I think this because based on family stories Hiram lived his last few years with son Alvin's family (and separate from his wife). And the marker at Sunnyside looks older, but might not be. Alvin is also buried at Sunnyside. Some other sons, including my great great grandfather (Sam) and Hiram's wife (Matilda) are buried at Princeton. I think the memorial for Hiram at Princeton, which I have seen in person is a honorary one. I plan on seeing Sam's grandson (he turns 90 next week) this weekend and will ask to see if he knows.
Added by Seth Quick on Jul 10, 2014 9:31 PM
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