|Teresa J (#47352169)|
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Taking photos is something I enjoy - helping link family members is very important to me.|
I have been researching my family tree for a quite a number years. I enjoy corresponding with new cousins. I enjoy linking other families together and am glad to help anyone with research.
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|Jewels Sayer||Irene Chitwood Memorial|
Hello there. Thank you so much for starting this memorial for Irene.
She was a wonderful woman and cousin to me.
I don't know if you are interested, but if you would, could you transfer this memorial to me?
What ever you decide is fine with me.
I would love to manage this one.
I have information if you want to add it to memorial.
Nashville resident Irene Walker-Chitwood died Saturday, April 24, 1999, at the Brown County Community Care Center in Salt Creek Park. She was 94.
Mrs. Walker-Chitwood was born June 28, 1904, in West Des Moines, Iowa to Hubert M. and Agnes Lucina Wellington Hefley.
She was first married to Ray D. Walker. He died in 1968.
Mrs. Walker-Chitwood had worked in hospitals.
She was a member of Nashville United Methodist Church, Business and Professional Women, the Garden Club and Republican Women.
Survivors include a daughter, Beatrice Lorraine Seibel of Nashville; and two grandchildren.
Mrs. Walker-Chitwood was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Roberta Seibel Maire.
A service will be conducted at a later date in the Nashville United Methodist Church.
The Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home in Nashville was in charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Bobbie Seibel Maire Scholarship Fund, in care of National City Bank's Nashville branch.
|Donna Nichols-Laster||Maranda Gabel Kelly|
I believe this is my gg-grandmother Miranda Isabell Kelley.
Can you tell me how you found that she's in this cemetery, and is her name listed as you have it, in some document?
Thank you in advance.
|Sandra Harris||Aretus P. Shepherd and Elizabeth Marlett|
Do you know why they got divorced.
She is my great aunt.I would love to know anything that you know about them.
|Sherri ||Barbara Ann Weddel Dixon|
I am a daughter of Barbara's. If you review the back of her marker, you will see all her kids names, including mine. She was married to our dad, Jerry Welsh for 17 years before they divorced and married a Dixon for a short period of time before her death. We left the Dixon name off her headstone for a reason and would appreciate it if you remove the Dixon name from this site, and replace it with Welsh to match her headstone. Thank you!!
Added by Sherri on Jul 19, 2015 11:47 AM
What I meant to say is that Lankston and Dulcena were my gr gr grandparents - I'm old, but not that old :)!
Added by DJ on Jul 18, 2015 2:37 PM
On Dulcena Percifield's memorial it says that her parents were Gilbert Percifield and Edith Cass. Edith's last name was Capps, instead of Cass, and Edith and Gilbert were Dulcena's grandparents, not her parents. Her parents were Sampson T. Percifield 7847249, and Sarah Ann Garrison 7847255. They were my gr gr grandparents.
Added by DJ on Jul 18, 2015 2:34 PM
Teresa, Hi my name is Dawn, I'm trying to research my family. My parents have both passed, I believe this grave for Denver Turnmire might have been my brother. Do you have any information that you would share with me.
Added by DS on Jul 17, 2015 10:06 AM
|Stewart J.A. Woolever Jr||Welliver|
You did a very nice job on the Welliver's
My Best Stew
|Michele Sims||Elmer Perkinson|
Elmer could not have been the child of Margaret and Harry - I believe he was the brother of Harry instead - please note the birth dates and if possible make the correction.
(Margaret & Harry were my grand-parents)
|Ghost hunter||Acme Cemetery|
Teresa, please contact me regarding some of the memorials at Acme Cemetery. Thanks
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