|Elaine Hitt (#47620893)|
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Born and lived in Utah for about 28 years.|
Moved to Michigan for about 2 years then to Florida and Georgia where my Husband finished up Law School.
Now I have been in Virginia about 8 years. I have been in all but 4 states. I love to travel and see new and interesting things.
I am very interested in doing genealogy and finding out about the people not just finding names. It is wonderful when we can link families together. This is a great way to help find people that you can't find any way else.
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|JBG||Find a Grave Photo Requests|
As part of my Eagle Scout Project I am fulfilling photo requests around Northern Virginia. I would like to fulfill your photo request for the person you listed for National Memorial Park, but I've already asked them to look up the locations of many people there. If you would be willing to call the cemetery (703-560-4400) and ask for the plot information on your request and relay that information to me today, Wednesday, or Thursday, we will go fulfill your request this Friday.
Added by JBG on Aug 18, 2015 11:53 AM
|Donna White||RE: White|
You're welcome. donna
|Susan||RE: Irving Scott 53508003|
No problem. Glad I could be of help
Added by Susan on Jul 14, 2015 7:08 AM
|Susan||Irving Scott 53508003|
Frances is attached to the correct Irving. Irving II (53508003) was originally known as Irving Jr, named after his father Irving (53981877). He was called Irving Jr when his daughter Eleanor was born
Harlem Valley Times, May 10, 1934:
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Scott, Jr.. of Millbrook are the parents of a daughter, Elinor Vivian, born at Vassar Hospital April 7. Mrs. Scott was formerly Frances Taylor of Stanfordville, and she and the baby have been staying at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Taylor of Stanfordville, for a few days before
returning to their home In Millbrook.
At some point, he had a son, Irving (who would have been the 3rd). After his father Irving Sr died, Irving II became Irving Sr and his son became Jr.
I used the II designation because there was an Irving I and an Irving III.
Added by Susan on Jul 12, 2015 9:00 AM
|W. Warder||RE: Bodine|
Dear Concerned Find-A-Gave Contributors and visitors,
Regarding: DUPLICATE MEMORIALS
A former large volume F-A-G Contributor had a dispute with Find-A-Grave staff
and Deleted some 80% or more, of their contributed memorials, estimated to be
about 40,000 or so. Thus causing the rest of us local Contributors, over the
last year or more, to re-enter those family, friends and distant relatives we
noted were missing.
Once F-A-G had decided to take positive action, they reloaded all the Deleted
memorials from that former F-A-G Contributor, on Wednesday, 25feb2015. F-A-G
staff, undoubtedly knew they would cause tens of thousands of Duplicates, and
assigned their staffer, known as 'ProjectMgr' to work through their Merge
Please be patient and allow F-A-G to work through the entire group of Duplicate
|John F. Likins||Mary C. Mills|
Thanks for the catch on this page. I corrected the marriage link.
|LISA ||obit for virginia royal|
On Sunday, September 22, 2013, Virginia "Ginny" Royal of Alexandria, VA died peacefully in her home at the age of 62. She was the beloved wife of John Michael Royal and is survived by her two children, Susan Rhedmon and Thomas Rhedmon; three sisters, Cynthia Daily, Kathleen Brooks, and her twin sister, Mary Aronov. She was predeceased by her parents, Frederick and Bessie Conlon, and her brother, Michael Conlon. She spent many years working for Good360, a non-profit organization devoted to fulfilling the needs of charities through corporate donations, where she most recently held the position of Director of Security. Visitation will be at Everly-Wheatley Funeral Home, 1500 W. Braddock Rd., Alexandria, VA on Wednesday, September 25 from 6 to 8 p.m. where funeral services will be held on Thursday, September 26 at 11 a.m. Graveside services will follow at 3 p.m. at the Remington Cemetery, Remington, VA. Memorials may be made to Good360 (www.good.org) or the Carpenter's Shelter in Alexandria, VA (www.carpentersshelter.org).
Published in The Washington Post on Sept. 24, 2013
Added by LISA on May 22, 2014 5:03 PM
|RobMinteer57||Melvin R Allen|
Sorry, but I don't have any further info. If you enter a Photo Request probably the person whop fulfills that request will be able to tell you more...
Mary Susie Priest Poe (1889 - 1932)* is the sister of
James Booten Priest (1897 - 1981)* who was the husband of
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