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Linda Claxton (#47281994)
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Bio Photo There is a word for men that lose their wives, wives that lose their husbands, children that lose their parents.


There is no word for a mother who loses her child...


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If I have created a memorial for a family member of yours, don't hesitate to request a transfer.

Any photo I have posted on Find a Grave is intended to be used.... Please feel free to use them in personal use and documentation.

Searching means finding the other entry, even though it may contain an error and working together means sending an edit.

Links, Corrections, Transfers and/or additional information
If you will please use the "Edit" tab located on each memorial, I will be more than happy to correct, edit or add information to a memorial that is meaningful. I will not add all of the information from the past ten census records that have been released or any distasteful or disturbing messages.


PLEASE NOTE!!!
Find a Grave does not require that I search the entire Find a Grave system globally, only the individual cemeteries in which I am adding to. Please do not move your Burial Unknown into the correct cemetery based on the information you found from my memorial & then demand that I delete my duplicate. For further information on this, please refer to how Find a Grave handles duplicate memorials.

Lastly and most importantly
There are so many absolutely wonderful people that use Find-A-Grave! I am very appreciative for all of the suggested corrections, additional information and photos that have been provided. Please don't allow the rude, abusive and sometimes rather bizarre behavior of individuals to curb your enthusiasm or your want to help others.


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MOTTO TO LIVE BY
"Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a Ride!"

- Hunter S. Thompson

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Debbie Bowyer
Allan Buttignoli
Thank You for posting this memorial, # 115705974. Allan was the nephew of my grandfather Joseph Buttignoli. He has not been in contact with any of his family for a long time and finding this added to my Uncle Genes(Angelo) has brought closure and sadness I have been working to tie all our family together for the past few months and this should be the last one that I am aware of. If you have any other information concerning him please let me know.
Again Thank You
Debbie Hammond Bowyer
Added by Debbie Bowyer on Jul 31, 2015 11:57 AM
JK SMATH
Thanks
Thanks, and how is all going out there in the land of the RIP's?
Added by JK SMATH on Jul 31, 2015 10:36 AM
Jerry Huffman
RE: Marie Koch
You are very welcome. (:(:
Jerry
Added by Jerry Huffman on Jul 30, 2015 1:23 PM
Stephen Barneby
RE: Mary Belcher Farrell
I have removed the photo. I found it on Ancestry.com and did not know that you had taken the picture.
Added by Stephen Barneby on Jul 29, 2015 4:05 AM
ranny
John Andrew O'Guin
Thanks for the update!
Randy O'Guin, ranny Find A Grave 47208269
ranny9@cox.net

Part of my One Name Study of the O'Guins/O'Quins
Added by ranny on Jul 29, 2015 3:48 AM
Lucille Brooks
RE: find grave
Thank you
Added by Lucille Brooks on Jul 28, 2015 3:45 AM
Lucille Brooks
find grave
I don't know if you can help me or not. I am from Sycamore but have bee in Florida since 1957. The pastor at my church said his grandparents were buried there at Snow Ridge. I was wondering if you could find them and post a picture of there graves. There names are Thomas and Florene E. Moore. Thank you, Emily Lucille (Farmer) Brooks
loupaul2 2 @centurylink.net
Added by Lucille Brooks on Jul 27, 2015 5:45 AM
David and Theta
Abraham Laster
The Lasters were among the first settlers in the Harmony area, is Horsehead Township, Johnson Co., AR. He was an extensive land owner. The old Harmony Cem., and the present Cemetary, the Harmony church, school and Masonic Lodge are all on land once owned by Abraham Laster. He was also a deligate to select the county seat of Johnson Co., when Arkansas was made a state. Credit is given to him for the location and the naming of Clarksville, AR. He was one of the Presiding Elders of Harmony Presbyterian Church when it was organized. There Are TWO Find A Grave Memorials for him: 23268506 and yours 30008122
There are also two Find A Grave Memorials for his wife Nancy D. Puckett 30008211 and 31289673. I hope you will be able to combine these successfully.

Malissa Emmaline Laster m. John Middleton Baskin and I come through his half brother, Thomas M. Baskin Find A Grave 31244930

Good luck on your Laster/Lasater line.

Added by David and Theta on Jul 25, 2015 3:51 PM
Cathy Combs
RE: Edgar Miller
Hi Linda!

My information came from an document that was copyrighted in 1967, but I'm not sure if it was ever published. Can you send me your email address and I'll send the pages you need to see? Name of the document: TWO BROTHERS OF HANOVER, a Genealogy of the Descendants, of Jonathan and William Carpenter of Hanover County, VA. Author: James Linwood Carpenter of Ellicott City MD.

I've included the extensive bio out on WikiTree.
Added by Cathy Combs on Jul 25, 2015 9:18 AM
Zoe Tom
Cenotaph
"This is a cenotaph, no ashes buried and needs to be marked."

I added a note to the bio. Is that the way you mark a cenotaph?

Zoe





Added by Zoe Tom on Jul 24, 2015 5:21 PM
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