|Vickie Clark (#46567991)|
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Hi, my name is Vickie Clark and I am retired from AT&T/Midwest one of the phone companies in Ohio. My interests are genealogy, working on computers, the internet, fishing, walking in the parks and nature in general. I am married (no children). |
I'm always looking for more information to add to my family tree. Please email me or use the Edit button to suggest a correction if you have any additional information for the names in my virtual cemeteries or any of the memorials I have posted.
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|Cindy Elschide||Lyle Brooks|
Thank you for transferring my cousin Lyle to me. It means so much to me.
|Mike & Kay Anders||Lucinda Barkdull|
Thank you very much for the transfer, Vickie !
Vickie, thank you for the transfer's!
How did you know my uncle joseph polewarczyk?
I was wondering if you could transfer me James McNamara Grave: #7486187. I have quite a bit of information on him. He is the father in law of my second great grand aunt Mary Ann Rooney.
Added by Franklin on Dec 20, 2013 4:26 PM
|dorothy hunter||Adrian C. Kidd|
Just wondered if you are related to Adrian Kidd buried in Woods Cemetery in Start County?
|c.walker||Specialist 4 Thomas Elroy Ball|
Thank you for the transfer. I will take good care of the memorial.
Added by c.walker on Nov 09, 2013 9:57 AM
|Mary ||Frank Majcher|
Thanks so much for making the link so quickly. Mary
Added by Mary on Oct 06, 2013 5:36 PM
|Jason Kralik||John Kralik|
Thank you so much for finding my long lost great-grandfather without you there would be no way that I could ever have found him. No one in my family knew what happenned to him. Language barriers prevented alot of communication in my family and everyone who knew him is long gone. No one who is alive had any idea where he was. Too much time had gone by before I started looking into family history. I wish I could find out more. I'm dissappointed by the fact that I can't read the inscription but that's not your fault. It's just that no one was there to clean it because the family moved to Michigan. I'm on ancestry.com. That is how I found your posting. Do you have any suggestions on how to find out more about him? Do you think the cemetery would have any more information? Anyways thank you so much. You don't know what that means to me. It is so cool.
|Ancestral Sleuth||RE: Benyas @ St Nicholas Cemetery|
Thank you very much for the transfers. I really appreciate it.
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