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|Jill Hall||Paul Douglas Hadley|
I was wondering if you would link Paul to his parents. Jack Albert Hadley # 61182517, Pearl May Hogue # 61182538. Thank you, Jill
|Dianna Taylor||Thank You!!!|
Thanks so much for the edits on William Crane.
|ღVickyღ||Robert E. Cummins|
Added by ღVickyღ on Jul 06, 2014 9:06 AM
|Carolina Grave Hunter||Mildred Green Obituary|
Good Morning Mike,
Thank you very much for sending me her obit to add. My friend Margaret and I worked very hard documenting and photographing Hebrew Cemetery this year.
Have a great day!
|Kimberly Reynolds||memorial #131555618|
Correction to be made for Eva Turner.
|Kimberly Reynolds||Eva Turner|
Correction to be made - You have linked Eva Turner to Lester Turner as husband and wife in the Missouri City Cemetary. Eva was Lester Eugene's mother from her first marriage to Lester Alvin Cleveland, who is buried in Riverside, MO. Eva's second husband was Willard Turner who is buried in Missouri City Cemetary. Eva and Willard will share a headstone, when it's finished in a few weeks.
Eva's grand daughter
|Virginia Doudney Chastain||RE: Edna Doudney|
Ok Thanks anyway
I don't believe that I added the photo of the tombstone. I did email the person who added it and asked him to delete that tombstone.
Sorry for not being able to help you directly, but hopeful the change will occur.
Thank you for being so diligent to see that things are correct.
|HistorySeeker||RE: Dorothy Murphy--691793914|
I'm not sure I know which memorial you are refering to. What is Dorothy's Find A Grave number? I tried 691793914 and it wasn't found. I want all the information on each site to be correct, so please if you can give me more information I'd be happy to make the changes.
|Virginia Doudney Chastain||Edna Doudney|
Hi Mike ... Did you know my aunt Edna?
Virginia Doudney Chastain
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