|Christina Stark Bontrager Hansen (#46604698)|
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I love exploring cemeteries, especially the older ones. If any of the information that I have provided is incorrect, please contact me and I'll be glad to correct it! If you would rather add your own information, please let me know and I will transfer the burial to you. "Always here to help you"|
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|Karen||Lynn H Ray|
Does anyone know in details about Lynn in Kansas? He was one of my mother's brothers. He was married to Myrtle ? for many years divorcing in 1968. They had not been living together for at least a decade before the divorce. She remained around Port Arthur, TX and is buried I think in LA where she grew up. I have a letter from Myrtle to Lynn's father. He had written to her to find out where Lynn was if possible. His father died in June 1960. Lynn's mother died in June 1958. My mother died in 1957 so I am searching for details as all his immediate family has died now. I have received the remainder of the family pictures and letters but would appreciate any information that I could have. I am not sure if Lynn knew of his mother's passing or his dad's at the time anyway. Myrtle said in the letter that he had come to see her but said he would never be back although he would stay in touch with her. He would write but when she quickly replied, her letters would be returned because he was already no longer at the address of his last letter. I know his family knew that he passed away in Kansas. I am not sure if anyone was aware of his death at the time, attended his funeral or anything. He had lived with Myrtle after WWII in Wichita KS. He was a pilot during WWII. I don't think he was mad at any of the family just didn't seem to settle down at some point but then apparently he did later on in KS. I have some pictures but any available would be wonderful. One of the family said they thought he was mayor in some town in Kansas. Do you know about that? Thanks so much, Karen
Added by Karen on Aug 14, 2016 4:12 PM
|David Haspert||Sylvia Rohr|
Thank you very much for the transfer of Sylvia's memorial which has been updated. -- Dave
|Grace ||# 59765027 George Carpenter|
Please check your edits which I sent.
Added by Grace on Jun 09, 2016 11:31 AM
|sellgen||RE: George D Barclay|
I apologize for the delay in thanking you for the BArclay family transfer. We're getting ready to work on the site and will definitely get in touch with the current manager to see if he will transfer George D, also.
Added by sellgen on Apr 02, 2016 6:50 PM
|Anita T||McBrataney in Haynesville|
Thank you for posting the McBratney tombstones. Most of my McBratneys are buried there.
Anita in California
Added by Anita T on Feb 06, 2016 11:53 AM
|Patricia R Delaney||Goyen Photos|
May I use your grave photos for the corlis and Minnie Goyen for my family tree. 48524318 Patricia Delaney
|Michael Mussinan||Leslie and Mabel Fitzsimmons|
Thank you for taking and posting the photos for Leslie and Mabel. Mabel is a distant cousin and I have just discovered her family in my family tree.
Thank you so much for your help! Greatly Appreciated!
|dawgfan||RE: Martha Estella Meisenheimer Sallee|
Do you know anyone buried in that cemetery so that I may place her there? No I am not related, but her son was a close friend of mine
Added by dawgfan on Nov 09, 2015 9:20 AM
|Christopher Fleming||Benjamin and Martha Albin|
Christina thank you so much for the photos of the Albin family stones! Very helpful and appreciated. :)
Thank you for the two headstone photos
Added by DBS on Nov 07, 2015 6:30 PM
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