|Greg Maynard (#47513494)|
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|Bruce Braaten||RE: Mildred L Ellis Schwartz Question ?|
I really don't have any further information regarding this memorial. There was a Dianna Lauer that provided some of the biographical information to me. Hope this helps. Have a good day.
|TinaSue Friel||RE: Forest Preston|
Yes I am willing to share but I just found this connection yesterday so I don't have much on Forest Preston's descendents only his ancestors. I have no problem communicating by email......my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
|TinaSue Friel||Forest L Preston|
Just found the link of Forest Preston to my family tree. James Coby preston and Henry Preston were brothers so Forest would be my 1st cousin four times removed...lol
|TinaSue Friel||RE: forest l Preston|
I'm sorry. I don't have a Forest Preston or a Maynard in my family tree that I am aware of.
|Kathy Thompson||James Maynard|
No, sorry. Not related.
|gary4ever||RE: Shoemaker photo|
you are welcome i was at my aunts house in rome today and remembered this!
Mr. Maynard, I tried to email you and it came back undeliverable. Please contact me. Thanks ~ Christina
Hello Greg, need to start out with: I am not a blood related with the Scwartz Family, but grew up with some of the decendants. My Step Grandmother was Daisy Shoemaker Shellenberger. Whom I loved dearly! She was the daughter of Lilly Violet Schwartz. May I ask, how are you related?? Will share what I have. I will post my email again for you ~ Christina
|Dianna Lauer Gray||Schwartz|
HELLO Greg, Am I to understand we are related, WOW, that is GREAT. How are you related to William Samuel Schwartz? I am SO PLEASED to receive your Message.
|KarinH||RE: Lowell Millage Photo|
You're welcome, my pleasure~ It was a beautiful day. You also asked for the plot location in the cemetery. There is no map on site, and it's a little spread out. The cemetery is located just north of the church, and is divided visually into 2 sections, north and south. Lowell's grave is on the southwest corner of the north half of the cemetery. So going from the south 1/2 to north 1/2, his grave is in the back row, just as you enter the north 1/2. Sounds more complicated than it is. ;)
Added by KarinH on Nov 20, 2012 9:48 PM
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