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|Tom Denardo||joseph collins 1848-1910|
Forest Hill Cemetery
|Tom Denardo||JOSEPH COLLIINS 1848-1910|
check his death record..occupation says santa fe __?
let me know what you find so I can update it.
|Lloyd Brannon||Julius A. Brannon|
Thank you for the tokens. Is there any chance that you would have any of the information you spoke of, available to share? Little is spoken, just name, marriage and death, about Julius.
You are welcome to use my email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks, Lloyd Paul Brannon, II
|Diana||James J. Gwatney|
Worked in the MO PAC Shops.
Added by Diana on Jul 28, 2014 9:29 AM
|Iris||RE: A W Johnson|
Thanks so much for your reply. It's good to know that the railroads made every effort to get the men back to their families. Sorry about the link. Since I found the article I have been searching on find a grave for both men and haven't seen anything yet. In the past I was able to locate my great uncle's burial as he was one of the men you documented with your work. Here's what the article said: Wagoner, I.T. Dec 6 (1901-it was the Wichita Daily Eagle, I think I had it wrong the first time?) A switch engine on the St Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad, while running backwards at a high rate of speed, left the rails at Ross Switch, near here, and Engineer J L Hutchinson and Brakeman Johnson were instantly killed. A conductor and a fireman escaped with slight injuries. The switch engine had been sent out to pull in the east-bound passenger train, that was being pulled by a crippled engine (-end-). I'm not sure if this is the Johnson I am looking for, if yes, he did have a wife and child and a good # of family in Kansas (Allen and Greenwood counties). There were a fair number of railroad men in the extended family. I've given you the details here as I know it is a particular interest of yours to track these things down and set these men to rest. Thanks so much for your work and for clarifying things for me. I really appreciate it, Iris
Added by Iris on Jul 17, 2014 10:08 PM
|Sandra (Renick) Stark||RE: Caplinger|
Mike, I just now noticed your comment regarding Catherine Caplinger. You say you have photo of her. I would love to see it. Are you able to scan it and email it. It sounds like you knew several Renicks. What Renicks did you know?
|Susan Burks||RE: Christiana Carden|
You are more than welcome.
Marywood Cemetery has many interments without a headstones or markers. There are a lot of concrete headstones and/or footstones with no lettering nor dates; just the stone or rock.
:~( However, I went to the Historian who documented Marywood Cemetery and also, spoke with the Historian at Tyndall Air Force Base and both have the list (which you see on Find A Grave which unfortunately has duplication of the interments names). They do not have a record of precisely who was buried in all the unmarked grave. :~(
The good news is that at one point in time, someone knew where Christiana Carden was buried (exact location) and placed a marker with her name, born, and died dates. There are a total of five located in Marywood Cemetery with the same marker style as like Christiana Carden.
I hope this information helps you. If you should have additional questions, please let me know.
|p smith||RE: richard iva carden|
I have located two other Carden graves in Bay Co., FL. One is for the infant son (William Ira Carden) born and died in 1919. Parents R I and Lucy Carden. The other grave is for Catherine "Cookie" Carden 1941 - 1989. If these are of interest to you please let me know and I will send you further information. pat
Added by p smith on Jan 26, 2013 7:48 PM
|Libby Talley||Linking of Mildred Fason Ward|
Do you have any photos of Aunt Mildred? She's my great-aunt by marriage. Her husband, Earl Ward was my mom's mother's brother.
|Sonja Farmer||Hall Family|
Iam the Great-great grand daughter of Elijah Barnie Hall and Rachel Melvina "Dolly" Cole Hall. I would love to know what you have on them and will be glad to share what I know. Berry G Hall was my great grandfather. I noticed that you have Charlene listed as his daughter, however she was not his child. He did have a daughter that died but her name was Mary Emma. She was my grandmother's sister. I don't know where she is buried...I think somewhere around Seminole Ok.
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