|Linda Mac (#47919181)|
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|I have been an avid genealogist for 25+ years. Names I am researching are McDanel, McDaniel, McDonald, Jackson, Hayden, Poe, Farris, Jones, Crane, Harp, Polsgrove, Crawford, Ables, French, Webb, Mitchell, Seay, West, and Dodge.|
I have been in awe of the dedication of the folks and the numbers of memorials entered by the people with whom I have been in contact. I hope to live up to the high standards set by those who came before me. I really love what this site is all about! Special thanks to ALL of the contributors!
Also thanks to all that send updates for my entries. They are always appreciated and also any duplicate notifications that I might have inadvertently entered. I always research the name before I enter anything but sometimes I slip up or the real name is different (maybe I am missing the first name or a different married name). So don't hesitate to point it out to me - I want to get the right information in the system.
I am especially interested in receiving maiden names for additions. These are so important for finding female family members. Even though their maiden name may be mentioned within their memorial, the user cannot retrieve that record on a Name Search unless it is actually displayed in the "maiden name" area.
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|Laura Wilkerson||Spouse of Mary Erme Mathis|
I was wondering if you knew of William B. Caughlin as being Mary Mathis' husband, born 1/1/1866 in TN and died 10/22/1946 in Carlisle Co. Married 1890. William's parents were John Aloysius Caughlin, born 5/1831 Mobile, Mobile, AL and died 12/6/1901 in Carlisle Co. William's mother was Mary Jane Parmenter, born 2/16/1847 in Mobile, Mobile, AL and died 6/16/1949. I have a really good professional picture of Mary Jane Parmenter. My Papaw Joe Caughlin was her great grandson.
I was wondering if we could work on the Caughlin's together since they are in my family three times. Bobby Joe married my grandmother, Mary Lavern Channell Martin, my Papaw Roscoe Bone's only sister, Wanna Lee married John William "Short" Caughlin and Roscoe's niece, Mary Elizabeth "Tom" Bone married David Keith Caughlin.
Thank You, Laura Bone Wilkerson
|Larie Chandler||Jesse O Furlong|
I am trying t find out exactly where Jesse was buried in the Bardwell Cemetery. She would have been my husbands great aunt..She had some siblings to add, if u would please...They are Oma, Lola, Homer, Lovelace(Tobe),Hallie, Pecola, Robert and Ovaline. Oma, Lola, and Jesse were all buried in that cemetery but never had a marker. I would love to get one for all of them and Lolas baby too, but have no idea where they are located in the cemetery. All my m-I-l told us years ago that 2 are way back in the back part of cemetery. Thanks for any help. Larie
|Mrs Fenton||Thurman Harpole|
Thank you for that information!
|JCL||RE: Gravestone Picture Terry Joe Baker #17913319|
I moved the gravestone picture to the memorial created by Denny Jackson. If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.
Added by JCL on Jan 07, 2016 1:40 PM
|JCL||Re: Jewell Walker|
Was happy to link parents names as you provided with his obituary. Could you also provide a source for editing birth/death dates/places? Thank you for your help! JCL
Added by JCL on Dec 21, 2015 7:05 PM
Thank you for the info on my Great Uncle! Really appreciate you!
|Diana Yancey||Travis and Ruth Lindsey|
Travis Lindsey and Ruth Lindsey are married. His Find A Grave# is 150405715 and Ruth's Find A Grave# is 150405950. I would appreciate your linking the pages.They are buried in the La Center Cemetery in La Center, KY. Thank you!
|Rodney Parker||RE: Chief Eugene H. Burklow|
I do not know If I replied to your post about the obituary for CBM Burklow. The ship was hit at 3:00 PM on December 13, 1944 while sailing toward Mindoro Island in the Philippines, due to the damage and casualties it detached from the task force and was escorted back to San Pedro Bay off of Tacloban on the Island of Leyte. This where the US Army had landed for the invasion of Leyte. The casualties and dead were removed the next day as the ship was anchored. The wounded Marines and sailors were evacuated on a hospital ship that headed for a Fleet Hospital on New Caledonia. I do not know where the wounded soldiers were sent. The dead were temporarily buried in a USAAF Graves Registration Cemetery at Tacloban. Sometime after the war families were contacted as to where they wanted their dead buried. My most complete information is on the US Marines as I got biographical cards from the Historical Division at Headquarters Marine Corps. My Father was one of the Marines wounded and evacuated and that prompted my interest
|Shirley Wadell||Lala Van Buren Reed Memorial|
Thank you for transferring her memorial. I appreciate so very much.
Thanks, Shirley :)
|MSmith42||RE: Re Carrie Woodard|
Hi - thanks for replying. I guess it should stay Woodard her legal last name at time of death. Her children are all Thorntons and most of her adult life she was a Thornton, but it should be her legal name. Thanks for letting me know.
Added by MSmith42 on Nov 27, 2015 2:26 AM
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