|Janice Spencer Switcher||RE: Troy Norvell|
Your very welcome.
|Ruth Smith||Angie and Clifton Norvell|
In going back over memorial pages at Fairmount Cemetery, I see you have Clifton Norvell's page and wondered if you would like to also have Angie Norvell's page. I know we sent messages quite some time ago but forgot what you said about her page or did I forget to transfer it to you? Be glad to do that - please let me know. Found her obituary and added that to her page and linked her parents. Ruth
|Mike Shelton||RE: Shirley Harrison Norvell|
yes, you surly can and thanks for asking, mike.
|Victor Vilionis||LCpl Jeffrey Woodrow Norvell|
The duplicated Memorial has been deleted.
|Alice||RE: Irwin Graves|
I really love it when family contacts me. My pleasure. Stay cool in the summer heat, wherever you might be. I live in Washington near Seattle and it is 93 today. :-)
Added by Alice on Jul 02, 2015 3:56 PM
|Alice||RE: The Irwin Family|
not related. would you like me to transfer him to you... you can add info for him.
Added by Alice on Jul 01, 2015 5:20 PM
|s b||Myrtle Norvell Seamans 1886-1918|
I will email you when I get home tonight for sure. Thank-you.
Added by s b on Jun 23, 2015 3:17 PM
|s b||Myrtle Seamans Norvell1886-1918|
I would very very much appreicate some information on this dear lady - I think she might be my grandfather's mother. My grandfather was born in 1914 and his momma - Myrtle - died in 1918. 1. I have a ordered and have just received a certified copy of Myrtle's death certificate from Missouri - and on this document her mothers name is stated as Laura Stewart not Mary Almeda Reding. Can someone confirm who is Myrtle's mother. 2. Also on this death certificate dated 1918 it says Myrtle's marital status is "D" - for divorced and she died in Joplin. However the Arkansas 1910 census shows that Myrtle was living with her Father Alexander Norvell along with her 3 little daughters and she was M for married - while Albert Pierson Seamans was living in Joplin with his mother Sarah Elizabeth Seamans in the 1910 Missouri census. I am not clear what happened with Myrtle and Albert between 1910-1918, their martial status and the 1914 birth of my grandfather.
Added by s b on Jun 23, 2015 8:48 AM
|Maxine Davis Yeager||Robert Norvell|
Thank you for the info and picture. I can transfer management of this memorial if you want.
This is what makes my hobby so interesting, hearing from a family member who is looking for information. Maxine Yeager
|Gina||RE: Lonnie Norvell|
Added by Gina on Jun 12, 2015 6:04 PM
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