|Mike Askins (#46983194)|
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|pz||Alphonse & Janice Katz #73774625|
Hi--I have added photos. You will have edits to process to add plot information. Peggy (volunteer)
Added by pz on Sep 15, 2016 6:17 PM
|RobMinteer57||Solomon Everett Askins|
His wife was a second cousin of one of my great-grandmothers, and I don't have much info about their descendants. Perhaps you can help me fill in that part of my Huff family tree. Thanks.
|Judy Ber2c W||Ruth Mercedes Hahn Serpas|
I believe relatives ought to have the memorials or good friends rather then strangers so I transferred them to you. If I have any friend or relative no matter how distant I will gladly transfer them to you. Have a blessed week. Judy
|Kathleen||RE: Saint Thomas Catholic Cem|
Hi Mr Askins, I had to regroup and go through all of your memorial listings. I had forgotten to send you the name of the person that is buried in Saint Thomas Catholic Cemetery, in Pointe a lahace, Plaquemines, Louisiana. Camille Ronquillo Hingle is the person I was researching. I wanted to send a photo request but they said I had already made a photo request. It Was probably for Christine Chauvin Delery, one of my great great great grandmothers. Lots of memorials do not have headstone photos or biographies but some do have a photo of the cemetery Sign, church etc. That's what I was writing to you about. I had some crazy idea that you lived in that area since you created the memorial. I retired to Spokane WA in 2009. Love it here. Thanks Kathleen
Added by Kathleen on Jul 15, 2016 2:43 AM
|Kathleen||Camille Ronquillo Hingle|
Hi, Let me start this over. I found your name on Camille Ronquillo Hingle's page. She is buried in Pointe a la hache, Plaquemines, Louisiana in Saint Thomas Catholic Church Cemetery. I went through your memorials until I found her name. I had forgotten which person I was working on when your name came up on her memorial. This cemetery is at the end of the boot on the East Bank of the Mississippi River. Most of my family originated in Port Eads, Plaquemines, Louisiana which is at the end of the boot on the West Bank of the Mississippi. I assumed you were living in the area of Pointe a la hache, I'm sorry. I was recently to Louisiana for 10 days and went to the Boothville Venice Cemetery to take a picture of my 2 great grandmother's grave. We could have crossed the river to Pointe a la hache but you have to take a Ferryboat. I wasn't up to that. Next trip down I will go to Pointe a la hache for sure. I was shocked when you said you lived in Washington. I retired in 2006 and moved to Washington State myself in 2009. Sorry for the mix up. Kathleen
Added by Kathleen on Jul 13, 2016 10:31 PM
|Kathleen||Saint Thomas Catholic Church Cemetery|
Hi, I tried to leave a photo request but it says there is already one photo request. What I would like is a photo of the Cemetery Sign, the Church, or a basic shot of the cemetery. I know its impossible to request all of the photographs we may like. A photograph of the Cemetery Sign is helpful. Thank You, Kathleen
Added by Kathleen on Jul 12, 2016 8:57 AM
Thanks for the Find-A-Grave edits. I've also updated my Ancestry tree.
|S. McCoskey ~ Sleuthhound||Mildred Mae Askins|
The death record of Washington - She was married to Frank Marquis. Her first marriage was to James Arvil Howard. Aster E. Howard was born in 1914.
Hope his helps in your records.
|Vicki46||126109488 G.BUD VANDRELL|
HI, May I please acquire my ggrandfather's memorial? Thanks, Vicki46 #48595267
Added by Vicki46 on Mar 19, 2016 8:04 PM
Thank you very much for the transfers! I really appreciate it a lot!!
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