|Scout||RE: Samuel Powell|
You are welcome. Let me know. I know right now there is a member actively photographing there.
Added by Scout on Oct 15, 2015 9:11 AM
|Scout||RE: Samuel Powell|
I hear what you are saying, have had spelling change in my lines. But I really have to go by the records, and some families even within the same generation chose to have a different spelling. I think they knew it would drive us crazy . Request a photo and I will gladly change it if the spelling is different.
Added by Scout on Oct 15, 2015 8:52 AM
I am leaving the spelling as Powell ( 2 L's) since it is that way in both the transcription for the RI Historical Cemeteries, and the RI death records. Perhaps you could request a grave photo which then would take precedence.
Added by Scout on Oct 15, 2015 8:24 AM
|Dee Dee King, CG||Edgar T Scott family|
Are you related to this family or have first and information about them?
I have to deny the transfer as it doesn't conform to Find A Grave Guidelines, although I have upgraded her information and linked her to her husband and parents. Please delete your duplication. Thank you.
Added by Kay on Sep 01, 2014 2:30 PM
|Ruth Davis Root||Wren vs Blake|
Hi David, I read down the messages that I had left you in the past. Forgive me, but I have slept since corresponding to you. You can reach me via my home email address: email@example.com.
I had sent you email but never heard back from you. Maybe this time email would work? Hope springs eternal.
|Ruth Davis Root||RE: Wren Family|
Where do I have David Blake? Yes, I do know that you are David Nelson Wren. You and I have corresponded before only my surname was Padilla then. If you'd like to correspond again, just email me at my personal email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||Josephine Baker Leaming|
Thank you for the update. If this is your family, happy to transfer the memorial.
|Grave Digger||Anna Scott Kennedy|
Anna (Scott) Kennedy (Memorial# 111754314)
found this on a web site.
Anna (Scott) Kennedy and Gay Robb. The granddaughter of railroad tycoon Thomas A. Scott, daughter of diplomat Edgar Scott, and sister of Philadelphia financier Edgar Scott Jr., Anna (Scott) Kennedy (1907-2000) was the sister-in-law of the legendary Main Liner Hope Montgomery Scott, who inspired Phillip Barry's character Tracy Lord in The Philadelphia Story. Edgar Scott Jr. and Phillip Barry were enrolled in the same playwriting class at Harvard and the Scott family's estate became the model for the play's setting. In 1929, Anna Scott married banker Moorhead C. Kennedy (1902-1995), the son of Pennsylvania Railroad executive Col. Moorhead C. Kennedy. As you probably recall, their son, also Moorhead Kennedy, was one of the better known hostages during the Iranian-American hostage standoff that many thought cost President Carter the 1980 election to former movie and television actor Ronald Reagan.
|Grave Digger||Susan Wheeler|
Susan Wheeler is "half sibling" to Edgar Scott (died 1995) is because Edgar Scott (died 1995) dont have hes dad added to hes Memorial.
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