|John F. Likins (#47300207)|
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|J F-B||Martha A. "Mattie" Livingston Bingham|
I noticed the situation regarding the duplicate memorial for Martha A Livingston Bingham and thought Iíd share that I had previously requested that management merge these two memorials as there is good info/images and virtual flowers on both. That should be accomplished soon. Everything from the duplicate will automatically be placed on the original memorial. The duplicate will be deleted but if the duplicateís URL is anywhere online, a visitor could go to that URL and would be referred to the original.
Hope that clarifies the situation. Management is usually quite prompt in merging memorials so Iíll check on it, but I would expect it any day now.
J F-B (Union Cemetery Historical Society)
Added by J F-B on Sep 22, 2014 5:30 PM
|DKOWN||RE: Please delete your duplicate|
Thank you for responding, I agree Find A Grave will have to do the deed.
Added by DKOWN on Sep 15, 2014 4:41 PM
|DKOWN||Please delete your duplicate|
yours 65187339 posted Feb 4 2001, mine posted Nov 12, 2006 # 16626970, Martha A. Mattie Livingston Bingham..
Added by DKOWN on Sep 15, 2014 4:01 PM
|Tom Nelson||Martha A. Livingston Lykins|
Hi! The memorial which you created in 2011 - this one - is a duplicate of one created in 2006 - this one. The one you created is currently managed by a different member but he is unable to delete it. Would you please do so? Thanks so much. Tom
|Dianne C. Carman||Lycan|
I noticed you left flowers for the Lycan graves at Jackson cemetery. The book had them listed as no marker. I found them and have posted photos if you care to look.
|Barbara Chittum Hutchens||MARY LIKENS WHITE|
Mary Likens White, 84, of Christiansburg, died Monday, March 11, 1996 in Meadowbrook Nursing Home. She was born February 22, 1912 in Snowville to the late Robert and Catherine Likens, and was preceded in death by her husband, Ben White; a son, Bobby White; and a grandson, Ricky Harris. Surviving are a daughter and son-in-law, Peggy and Edward Harris of Christiansburg; four grandsons, Ronald, Tommy and Barry Harris of Christiansburg, Danny White and wife, Norma, of Virginia Beach; four great-grandsons, Justin, Travis and Matthew Harris of Christiansburg, Daniel White, Virginia Beach; a sister and brother-in-law, Ruth and George Holmes; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Dewey and Mary Likens, Edison and Virginia Likens; a sister-in-law, Wilma Likens, all of Roanoke; several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be 11 a.m. Thursday from the Richardson-Horne Chapel, conducted by the Rev. Layne Board, with burial in the Snowville Baptist Church Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday afternoon and evening at the Richardson-Horne Funeral Home and the family will receive friends there from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday.
Roanoke Times, Wednesday, March 13, 1996
|Betty Sears||Mem # 33434758|
Samuel R. Likens of Cedar while visiting his daughter Mrs. Fred Lowery of this place was taken suddenly sick and passed away, Monday. His children, John and Ardo of Axtel, Kansas; Mrs. Kate Craig, of Solomon City, Kansas; Mrs. Jennie Brant of Bloomington, Nebraska; and Guy of Cedar were here to attend the funeral. His son James of Holyoke, Colorado arrived to late to attend.
source: The Kirwin Kansan, Nov 20, 1912
This info provided by: Ronald McCartney #
|Chief Rick Stone Family Foundation||PFC Kenneth W. Likens|
PFC Kenneth William Likens is one of 512 missing heroes from the Battle of Tarawa for whom our founder did extensive research to help find and return home while a member of the Department of Defense. Our family charitable foundation has continued these efforts. If you are a family member of one of the missing service men from Tarawa, please contact our charitable foundation on the web at www.ChiefRickStone.com for more information. There is absolutely no charge for our services.
The Chief Rick Stone and Family Charitable Foundation
|Betty Sears||Samuel R. Likens|
Ronald McCartney (#47515388)
Is the person that submitted the data from the Kirwin Newspaper for Mr. Likens who is buried in the Cedar Cemetery, Smith Co.,Cedar, KS
|Valice Raffi||Wilmuth Brisendine Likins|
Thank you so much for updating her memorial!
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