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Susan (#47026796)
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Bio Photo "The more we know about our ancestors,the more we know about ourselves." Author Unknown

"Nobody is lost until somebody has given up."

AND JUST AT THE MOMENT WHEN SOMEONE SAYS, "THERE, SHE IS GONE."
OTHER EYES ARE WATCHING HER COME.


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Lori Stevens Nielsen
RE: Lundgren's ~ Lehi City Cemetery
Don't worry about the duplicates. I''d rather have them than no listing at all. I think with these the original memorials had the last name misspelled as Lundgreen. I've been doing clean up with the original UT State Historical Society's listings in 2000. Most of the duplicates I've found have been a result of misspelling or women who have had multiple spouses and are buried with a headstone shared with their first spouse. It's a good thing I like treasure hunts.😀

Don't delete Netta's listing. I'd rather delete mine, because yours was more complete. I've already submitted mine for deletion. Since I was not the original creator of the the memorial, I have to have FindAGrave administrators delete it.
Best wishes,
Lori
Added by Lori Stevens Nielsen on Nov 10, 2016 9:48 PM
Lori Stevens Nielsen
RE: Netta Bentson, Lundgren
Don't delete your listing. I have stewardship of the other one from 2000 and have requested to have it deleted. I just wondered if you could add that additional info about her parents to the bio. I know their names, but not a specific memorial #.
Added by Lori Stevens Nielsen on Nov 09, 2016 11:13 PM
Margaret Pickett
Mary Mollie May Gibson etc. 100267048
Hi Susan--let's chat via email. Write to me at MJPICKETT@CHARTER.NET
Margaret
Added by Margaret Pickett on Nov 05, 2016 2:33 PM
CJ Jackson
Bernard Blood @ Mt. Hope
I found news articles, but don't have your email. His Uncle is Charles B. Driscoll? And Bernard was an
electrician's mate, first class, U.S.N.R. in WW11? C.J.
Added by CJ Jackson on Oct 21, 2016 7:59 PM
Nancy E.
Elvin Ahl
Thank you for your kind assist with the family ties.
Added by Nancy E. on Oct 18, 2016 10:50 AM
Kenneth Beesley
Annie C. C. Smith Alston
Hello Susan,
Many thanks for posting the grave listing, with obituary, for Annie C. C. Smith Alston. In 1869, in New York City, "Annie Smith" wrote a letter, in the Deseret Alphabet, to Orson Pratt's daughter Larinda Marissa Ross Pratt in Salt Lake City. It survives in the LDS Church History Library, CR 244 415 (Box 5, Folder 10). In the letter, she writes about being born in India, and being in service (working as some kind of maid) before being called by Orson Pratt to transcribe the New Testament into the Deseret Alphabet. Until I found your listing, I despaired of ever finding any more information about this "Annie Smith." The Deseret Alphabet manuscript of the New Testament, never printed, also survives in the Church History Library.

If you, or anyone else, has more information about Annie C. C. Smith Alston, I would be most interested. Perhaps letters, a journal, anything written in the Deseret Alphabet?

All best wishes,
Ken Beesley
Added by Kenneth Beesley on Sep 28, 2016 10:10 PM
VJS
RE: Girard Cemetery
I don't have a number for Girard Cemetery. You may call the city of Girard and they might have records for the cemetery of give you a number to contact. The number for city hall is 620-724-8918.
Added by VJS on Aug 25, 2016 5:17 AM
Kris Abelli
Paul McCulley Rayburn #125949917
Paul McCulley Rayburn (#125949917) was born to William & Rocia Della Rayburn. He was married to Mary D. Rayburn, and they share a marker. The information on his memorial page is everything I have about him.
Added by Kris Abelli on Aug 22, 2016 10:52 AM
Bill E. Doman
John Jaynes message
Hi: I'm not sure about the message to me, since I am not a researcher. However, I might refer you to my Personal Find A Grave Bio., particularly paragraphs 4-7, which clarifies my scope of updates requested by fellow Contributors. I will gladly transfer this memorial upon your request so you can pursue the subject in question. Have a good day.
Added by Bill E. Doman on Apr 29, 2016 2:02 PM
Cameron Wilde
Thanks for the correction
I have update http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=41082811 as you requested. :)

Thanks again!
Added by Cameron Wilde on Apr 18, 2016 9:03 AM
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