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I am married with two children and thee grandchildren. Living in Virginia near the historic town of Fredericksburg, I have developed a great love of history, especially as it relates to family. Family history was very important to my father as well.|
Having retired last year, I now have time to pursue all the things I've been wanting to do for years. I have a bachelor's degree in art and am a member of two choirs. I love people and animals, especially horses, dogs and cats.
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|dm wms||RE: Mrs. L. T. Rivers|
You're welcome for the obituary. Thanks for posting it. I am happy to have added to her memory. Thank you for claiming her. Everyone should be with family.
Added by dm wms on Aug 07, 2014 6:35 PM
|Debbie and Eddie||RE: Marguerite Dussex|
Thank you so much! That site arkansas Graves, did have the picture of her grave! Based on what we know about her death date, it is clearly her! Yes, it has no information on her family on that site, but knowing she is buried there brings me hope! It isn't listed here on Find a Grave. I will make a profile for her now, knowing where she is buried. I am surprised she isn't already on here since Mr. Nahlen, who took that picture on the Arkansas site posted my other family members in St. Joseph's here. I will follow up with him and see if he will post the picture to the profile once I make it.
Thank you so much for the help! I look forward to hearing more if you find it. I think my email address is listed here with my profile. Please feel free to send there as well. Thanks!!
|Debbie and Eddie||Jean Antoine Troillet|
I am hoping you can help me with a Troillet relative, please. From the immigration date of John Bartholomew Troillet, and the location of their arrival, it looks like my 3rd great grandmother, Marguerite (Troillet) Dussex was John's aunt, and Jean's sister perhaps? I have hit a wall in finding more of her history. She emigrated to Conway in 1894, and appears on the 1900 census, and is gone (likely deceased) by the 1910. I have been unable to locate her grave, or any more information about her. I hope you can offer some assistance, please.
She was a married to an Antoine Dussex who died in Valias, Switzerland in 1891. SHe was born about 1840. I have nothing on her parents or siblings. Did Jean Troillet emigrate as well? Thank you!!
|BruceLT||RE: Robert Rene Pittman|
I'll see what I can do. Sorry not to be in touch sooner; been busy getting for summer activities at the library. I'll stop by the Georgia Room on my day off & I can probably turn something. Hope you're having a good spring!
Added by BruceLT on May 25, 2014 8:22 PM
|Patsy Lubben DiMarco||George and Mary|
They are on their way home. GOD bless sorry I took so long. Haven't been on Find A Grave in 2 1/2yrs since my husbabd passed. Trying hard to start my life again.
|Karen Crowson- Stout||RE: Gilbert L Butler|
Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you about Gilbert Butler's grave. The inscription on the grave below their names reads:
I have fought the good fight
I have finished the course
I have kept the faith
If you need anything else please just let me know.
Sincerely, Karen Crowson-Stout
|LauraEWJenkins||RE: Marguerite Elizabeth Gazaway Gorbandt|
Thank you for transferring Aunt Marguerite's memorial. I added a photo of Cozart Smith (from 1937) to his memorial. My mother (who turned 83 in Sept.) remembers him..she says the kids in the family called him "Uncle Zoo."
Hi, thank you for sponsoring Edmund's memorial. While I am not acquainted with him, I created the memorial. Thank you for your sponsorship.
Added by Gram on Oct 06, 2013 6:06 PM
|elarpe||Douglas Atwood Jones|
Thank you for the sponsorship of this memorial; would you like a transfer?
Added by elarpe on Aug 26, 2013 7:35 AM
|chcobe||RE: Trannie Redford Coombs|
You're welcome. Glad I could help out!! :)
The duplicate memorials were created after yours but were in the correct cemetery. She deleted them right after I wrote her. She is very fast on getting updates, etc. that I ask for. :) She did write me:
Find A Grave FAQ
In regard to duplicates, a memorial with a correct known burial location
will always be preferred over an unknown burial location. I have deleted my entries anyway.
I wrote back to thank her and tell her that I did not know that.
I've asked to have an unknown burial and one that is in a cemetery merged and they always seem to give it to the person with the older memorial page. But maybe rules have changed. At least it all worked out!!! :)
Let me know if you need any other photos in the Glasgow Cemetery. :)
Added by chcobe on Aug 23, 2013 11:07 AM
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