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|Homeward Bound||RE: William Smith|
Yes you may.
|Ruth||RE: Heap family|
Happy New Year to you, too. It's been fun "talking" to you!
Added by Ruth on Jan 08, 2014 9:29 PM
Good! I'll get them transferred in the morning. Glad to do it -- I knew you'd take good care of them!
Added by Ruth on Jan 07, 2014 9:27 PM
Hi, Rhonda: How about if I transfer Gayle, Perry Oliver and Gladys Heap to you? They're certainly more your family than mine, and then you can do as you like with their memorials.
Added by Ruth on Jan 07, 2014 9:49 AM
No, you sent the right memorial # the first time, but boy, am I confused! I have the right father for Gayle, but I've got Helen V. Kinder (1922-1991) as his mother, rather than Alice! And I'm pretty sure I didn't add her as his wife! There's a gravestone on her memorial page with her burial in Fort Logan Cemetery, Denver, CO. Take a look and see what you think. It makes no sense to me.
The Heaps are not really part of my family, though they probably intersect somewhere, since I've got tons of people in Henderson Co., IL, and they're in my database. I live a long ways away (actually in the Denver area!! – but I've never been to Fort Logan), so whenever I get to Walnut Grove Cemetery, I take as many photos as I have time for.
Will go on with the rest of your suggestions, but I'm really at sea about Helen.
Added by Ruth on Jan 06, 2014 4:07 PM
|Arthur Allen "Art" Moore III||RE: Adam W Gilfillan|
Your very welcome. This bio's have been lost too long and matching them up is quite a bit of fun. Happy it was new to you.
|DK O'Neill Ward Neff||William Smith|
Parents have been attached.
|Willa Cunningham||Mattie Allene Wood Griffith|
Thank you so much for the information re Mattie Allene Wood Griffith. You people who research and post this information are awesome!
|Wayne Hardin||Billy Hardin|
Thanks so much for taking Billy's headstone picture. He was my cousin.
|Philis Cook||RE: Frances and Buck Shawver|
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