|Nancy Turney (#48206548)|
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I was born Nancy Smith in 1953 in Weatherford, Parker, Tx. I went to school but got my GED in 1973. I was married for a brief time in 1979 but divorced in 1982. I moved to Waco, Tx in 1983 to go to school. I started getting interested in Genealogy in 2008 just before I found out that I had breast cancer. But I went thru surgery and I am ok now. I have tried to research my family some I have found and then I get frustuated cause I can't find my great grandmother on my father's side but I am still looking. I think they she got a divorce, and remarried but I simply cannot find her. I enjoy helping my friends with their family ancestry. I have helped them and I feel great at least that I could find someone. I am still learning and I know that it is a long process and you can't believe everything. I have not lived in the 1800's so I don't know what they went thru but you know that it had to be hard.|
Elkanah C. Cross
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|C Shipp||Re: Virgil Shipp/Cleo Shipp|
My great-uncle Virgil was not buried with her, rather he was cremated. As far as I know, they were divorced several decades ago.
Added by C Shipp on Jun 27, 2016 2:42 AM
|Edward DeVera||Cleo Skipp|
When I take photos of headstones, I only create memorials with a date of death. You should call the cemetery office and have them search to see if Virgil was actually buried next to Cleo or not. They can also give you the dates.