|Tom McKinnon (#47281614)|
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I've learned so much from what others have added that I hope to be able to give back a little. This is a great project to be a part of. If you have any photo requests in the Sedona - Cottonwood - Camp Verde area of Arizona, I will do my best to help.|
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PS. Hope you're not in the way of the fires.
Added by CABrown on May 26, 2014 4:38 PM
|CABrown||RE: Robert Stilson|
Thank you. You're right. He doesn't sound like the one I was searching for
Added by CABrown on May 26, 2014 4:37 PM
|Edwina Moody||French Family Research|
I'm hoping you can help me. If you are wondering, I found your name looking for a cemetery in Camp Verde, Arizona. I saw that you had posted quite a bit of information for people in a cemetery I looked in that is located in Camp Verde for members of my family.
My family lived in Arizona for many years and specifically, my grandfather's brother's family lived in the Camp Verde area during that time. I'm trying to find the location of his family's graves if possible. I'm hoping you might be able to help me with this.
James Ulysses French was born on 7 Jun 1904 in Kemp, Bryan County, Oklahoma he passed away on 26 Feb 2000 in Camp Verde, Yavapai County, Arizona. His wife's name was Beaulah Phillips French. She was born about 1908 in Oklahoma and I haven't a clue when she passed away, but I believe it was in the Camp Verde area of Arizona. The couple had three children, but I believe only one lived to adulthood. Her name was Lillie Mae French Creach. She was born on 3 Feb 1932 in Bell, Texas and passed away on 16 Nov 2006 in Camp Verde, Yavapai County, Arizona. Her husband was Eugene Franklin Creach. He was born on 10 Jul 1933 location unknown and passed away on 30 Nov 2001 in Camp Verde, yavapai County, Arzona. The couple only had one child as far as I know, but I don't know his or her name.
I appreciate the time and effort it will take to help me locate this family's grave locations, but I think they were probably buried in the same cemetery. I at least hope that is the case. Unfortunately, I live in Arkansas and don't have a clue how many cemeteries are in the Camp Verde area. It's been years since I lived in Arizona, but it was in Phoenix and my mother never took me to visit this part of her family. I guess I may have met them at one point or another, but I just don't remember the event. I will understand if you are unable to help me, but I thought I would ask since I haven't a clue any other way to locate the graves.
|v_raifsnider (sic_vic on Ancestry)||MCWilliams|
I see that you posted a photo for the McWilliams family from Texas.
I am looking for Jonathan McWilliam who was the husband of Nellie Davis (Born in Colorado about 1866). They had one son Warren McWilliams (Born on 26 Jul 1884 in Dodge City, Ford, Kansas, USA but sometimes listed as Texas). Per newspaper articles on Warren, his father was a cattleman in West Texas who was shot and killed prior to 1891. Nellie remarried 11 Jul 1891 in Fort Duchesne, Uintah, Utah, USA to a solider names Omar Detweiler from Pennsylvania.
I am hoping that you can provide me with information on Jonathan McWilliams.
|Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke||Robert & Amanda (Shields) Hare|
Thanks so much for the memorial transfers, this is greatly appreciated, Emma.
|Donna Markey||RE: Robert McKinnon|
|L Weems-Hyatt||JJ Howard|
Thank you very much for the transfer!
I request a transfer of Dorothy D. McKinney. She is a cousin of mine. Thanks so much!
~Mary (McKinney) Wallace
|Christine Carlston||RE: William & Afton Gardner|
Yes, William Alvin Gardner and Afton Luella Porter Gardner were husband and wife.
Thank you so much
|Carolina Grave Hunter||RE: George Cox|
Have a GREAT day!!!
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