|Trey Thompson (#47438398)|
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|J. Jacobson||Phoenix Memorial Park & Mortuary|
Just wanted to say thanks for your volunteer work. I am posting your picture of Robert & Cora (Veum) Rosaaen on ancestry.com and have given you the photo credit as you asked.
Thank you once again!
|Stacey Whitaker Childers||Henry Calender 81448994|
Hi I was reading your memorial on Henry Calender and I believe he must be the son of Charles Thomas Calender and Almarinda Griffin. He had brothers Charles Thomas, Frank and J. Edward and I see those names mentioned in the news article. Some of the family members are buried in that same cemetery. Thanks :-)
Thank you for the help on the transcriptions. I appreciate it.
Added by Johnny on Dec 07, 2014 8:13 PM
I thank you for taking photos and listing everything on findagrave. I would like to add to my grandfather and grandmothers memorial. They are Rudolph and Margaret Bojorquez in Glendale, Arizona. They are buried together and I would like to list their children and grandchildren as well. Would that at all be possible?? Many thanks!
|Laura Garrigus Davis||Henry Pewitt|
My great uncle Daniel C. Murphey married Barbary Pewitt. Her death records list Henry Pewitt and Rebecca Williamson as her parents. She is buried at Rock Springs Memorial Cemetery in Fulton County, KY near Crutchfield.
|Barbara Tynes Claiborne||Taylors in Fulton County, Kentucky|
First let me thank you for the thorough "census" you have done of the Taylors in Fulton, Kentucky. I want to apologize for swamping you with links and info. They were important pioneers in that part of Kentucky and Tennessee - and it is a shame that the grave of their maternal ancestor Ann Rebecca Roberts Taylor (of Chesterfield Virginia Roberts and Flournoys) has not been found. They are only distantly related by marriage to my late husband's family, but there they sit, and here I sit with all their birth, death, marriage and census records. I just feel responsible for sharing that. You have been very obliging in cooperating with my requests. Barbara Tynes Claiborne
|MaryRuth Ormsbee||Virginia Baynham Thornton|
Thank you for the memorial on my 2nd Great grandmother. Her first husband was John W Baynham 1834-1917. I am kin on that side.
Her second husband was David Thornton.
|Stephen Lloyd||Joseph Lloyd|
Thank you so much for the Photo of Joe D. Lloyd 1916-1990. I see via a search that there is another Joe D. Lloyd (Joseph Dixon Lloyd) but for 1878 - 1951. If you could grab a photo of that headstone as well, I would be quite grateful.
|Brenda||are we kin|
Hi trey my name is brenda if you are any relation to grady thompson sr. Then we are family and you could hold alot of answers im looking for. My father was Jerrel. Ive tryed to make contact with the Thompson side of my family and found that no one wanted to talk to me. Please know that all i wish to gain is knowledge of my ancestry. Can and will you help me?
Added by Brenda on Nov 03, 2014 2:24 PM
|M. A. Claxton||Miller photo|
Thank you SO MUCH for the photo of Sue Ella and Ed Miller's tombstone. I truly appreciate the time and effort you put into getting the picture and posting it.
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