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Doc Wilson (#47464039)
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Roy Smith
Rachel Fields Smith
Rachel Fields Smith at Mt. Vernon Meth. Church, Wife of James Mark Smith.. Is not dead. She is 95 and I have known her for 73 years. Reason... She is my Mom.. She and I will be there some day..
Added by Roy Smith on Jun 08, 2014 11:33 PM
Claude Johnson
RE: Duplicate memorials, #94576082 and #117858519
Thank you.
Claude
Added by Claude Johnson on Jun 08, 2014 11:16 AM
Claude Johnson
Duplicate memorials, #94576082 and #117858519
I submitted a memorial for my paternal grandmother, Mrs. Lizzie Campbell Johnson without knowing you had already submitted a memorial on her. I would request that you update your memorial with the additional information provided in my memorial, so I can delete mine, or delete your memorial, so there is not a duplicate. If you want to keep the memorial you submitted, I will gladly add the headstone photo, which I took in the cemetery.
Thanks,
Claude
Added by Claude Johnson on Jun 07, 2014 9:32 PM
Maxine McKinnon Maass
RE: Alleonora Alma McKinnon Liberty
I added the newspaper articles about Alleonora and her first husband Ernest Goff and the fire onto her memorial page. They were indeed married.
Added by Maxine McKinnon Maass on Jun 02, 2014 9:37 AM
Maxine McKinnon Maass
RE: Alleonora Alma McKinnon Liberty
Ernest Goff and Alleonora were married and had 5 children together, Ernest, Richard, Clara, Fredrick and Francis. When a fire broke out in the concession stand they were living in (while Ernest was serving duty with the National Guard), Fredrick and Francis were killed. A few years later Ernest's grief got the best of him and he hung himself. My aunt remarried Alan Liberty who is still alive in NC. Alleonora was born Eleanore and changed the spelling of her first name many times for whatever reason. Thank you again for the memorial and all that you do! maxine
Added by Maxine McKinnon Maass on Jun 02, 2014 9:29 AM
Maxine McKinnon Maass
Alleonora Alma McKinnon Liberty
Thank you for letting me add relationships to the memorial you created for my Aunt Alleonora. I received two messages, one said the editing was allowed and one that said it was declined. I didn't know what that meant though. I appreciate that you created a memorial for her also! I have missed her for many years. Maxine McKinnon Maass
Added by Maxine McKinnon Maass on Jun 01, 2014 10:38 AM
Vonna
RE: re: Need your help! (divorces)
Makes sense... Thank you kindly for your help! Vonna
Added by Vonna on May 30, 2014 8:00 PM
Vonna
Need your help!
Any idea how to handle divorced people? Should they still be linked as spouses? I can't find any rules regarding this... Thank you in advance for your help. Vonna
Added by Vonna on May 26, 2014 3:49 PM
Linda Albright
Napton Cemetery
I saw where you have been to this cemetery. And was wondering if you could tell me how to find it. I have tried before without any luck. Thanks Linda
Added by Linda Albright on May 26, 2014 10:06 AM
Carol Ford
2nd Lt. Frank M. Ryan
Thank you for posting the picture of my uncle's grave in the Rhone American Cemetery.

When he died, he left behind his wife, parents and sister, Bernadette. They are all now deceased. His wife, Jean, was my mother's sister, who later remarried and had 5 children. My mom always thought of Frank as the brother she never had and remembered him each year on his birthday & of course, Memorial Day. It made her sad to think that once she died, there would be no one left to remember him.

She passed away in 2008, but my sisters & I keep up the tradition of remembrance & promised her if ever one of us travelled to France, we would visit his grave. That has not happened yet, but your picture is the next best thing and I am glad to have come across it this Memorial Day!
Added by Carol Ford on May 24, 2014 11:56 AM
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