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|Martha Westover||James E. Brashers|
He has one more child Col.Jesse James Brashers #38543379
|Sandra Belt Grimes||RE: Myrtle Leeper # 12910066|
Thank you so much for the transfer and the offer to transfer the other Leepers in Sand Springs (Harry, George, Agnes, Al and Leona). They are all related and family members. I would be very happy to manage their sites and link them together. Thank you for creating memorials for them!
|Susan Aduddell||RE: James E. Coffee #10752954|
I think I ran across the other children linked to the parents, and then saw his memorial, and made the association. It was luck.
|Andy||Oakwood in Okmulgee|
I just took all photos here while I was passing through and can you believe most of the stones are knocked over? It looks like your very good photos were taken just a few months ago. What a shame... there were tire tracks all over the place.
Added by Andy on Aug 24, 2014 10:46 AM
|Dana Meeks||RE: McCauslands in Indian Territory|
Thank you for your very kind offer. Yes I would love to manage their memorials. They are only my 4th cousins, but still very important to me.
|Chelsey Wilkinson||Thank you!!|
Thank you so much for the transfer! I really do appreciate it :) I hope this finds you well.
|FournierJillson||Re: Olin McCormick|
|FournierJillson||Re: Olin McCormick|
I noticed you had left a memorial candle for this individual. Today I posted grave stone photos you might like to see. Sincerely, Kathy
|Johnson Newton Burris Lippincott||RE: Sinnett Cem., Pawnee County, Oklahoma|
Yes, they were quite an adventuresome branch of the family. Laura Moss Steptoe was the sister of my 2xGreat-grandmother Harriet 'Hattie' Moss Childs. The Steptoe photo was snipped from a larger photo of the Moss family that can be found at the memorial of Laura's father, John J. Moss: #11434824.
I do not need to manage memorials for distant relatives when they are in the capable hands of people who care about them. Thank you for all you do.
|Anna Jaech||Maude Maxey Elrod|
Thanks for the transfer! This is a fascinating family. Three of her siblings owned & published a trendy newspaper in Greenwich Village (Manhattan) which is still in operation today, The Villager. They wrote many anecdotes about growing up & I can add some to this memorial.
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