|James Archer (#47046691)|
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My primary interest is Archer, Wein, Kratsch, Jones, Brown, Beard, Weise, and Malzahn.
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|Sheila Farrington Schweitzer||Edwina Malcolm Archer|
Thank you for linking my cousin with her parents. I guess you and I must be some kind of cousins. My mother was a Withey and we lived near Marcellus. Great-Aunt Rose Malcolm was my Great-grandfather, Abraham John Withey's sister. I remember visiting her often when I was young. I and a discovered new Withey Cousin in Somerset have been working on taking the Withey tree back to medevial days and he has found some new links. If you follow my links on findagrave for Rosalie Malcolm, you can go
back to my discovered Withey gravesites in England.
P.S. We live in Florida and I had the pleasure of meeting Ann and visiting her when we lived in Tampa.
|Mary Sue Scott||Thank you!|
Thanks so much for transferring cousin Mary Foglesong's memorial to my admin. I'll take good care of her.
|flowerkin||RE: Carl Malzahn photo|
You are very welcome. I hope I was of help.
|Robert C. Peurifoy||Calvin Grier Davis|
Thanks for the transfer. It was not expected but is appreciated. I've already made some additions. Keep finding out more.
James, Thank you for the transfer. I have found a name and dates for this fellow. Again, thanks
|April Uhl Brooks||Rebecca Rose Pruitt died 1939|
Husband John Franklin Pruitt (1871 - 1931)* 122344691
I have listed Rebecca Pruitt in another cemetery than her husband...but I may have been mistaken..would you mind looking and finding 75934809 Rebecca Pruitt and look beside her grave stone and see if J K Pruitt is also buried there..the death certificate is attached to his site..It listed that he would be buried at the Blue Jay Cemetery...but the article said Glen Hendrick Cemetery...I am at a lose to find him ...and can't believe she was not buried by his grave..
Thank you in advance...April uhl Pruitt Brooks
|April Benedict||Neomia Debord|
Your kind gesture in transferring her memorial was unexpected but greatly appreciated.
|Jim Allingham||Snydeman edits|
Thank you for the quick action on the edits. More importantly, thank you for the tremendous work you've done in helping many of us connect links to extended families. Best regards,
|Linda Lenhard||Emory Wayne Walton|
Do you happen to know if Emory Wayne Walton had a tombstone? He is my guncle, and I see that most of the cemetary has photos of the graves, but he does not. I was wondering if that is because there is no stone. I know this is a big question, especially if you are not kin to him, because there are many graves in the cemetery. I will make a request to see if someone can go and take a photo if there is a stone available. I'm in the process of finding his wife's grave. I do not believe she is alive now because
Thank you so much for uploading this memorial. It helps those of us who are working on the family to find the work.
|Denice Huerta||Stephen Warland Rhoades|
Thank you also for linking his parents.
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