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|Tony Beard||Robert Smithson b 1897 d 1918|
I see you left a photo of the cap badge of the regiment Robert Smithson enlisted in, nice touch, thanks. I am not a family member but I have recently purchased one of his WW1 medals- the British War Medal, along with this were some documents and a photo of Robert just after enlisting. I will upload this photo later, just wondered if Robert was a family member? I do know a bit about the family having researched the medal- he had four sisters, Mary Anne, Maud, Nellie and Nancy. I also have some information on his parents, John Smithson and Sarah Anne Laycock Rainford if anyone is interested.
Seems Robert succumbed to pneumonia, and there are other WW1 graves in the Blackburn Cemetery where those soldiers also died of pneumonia.
|Jeff Zelinka||Joseph Anderson|
Dee, I am hoping you are related to Joseph Anderson, the man you left flowers for who in the obituary is related to the Mcnulty family. If you are, I would really love to talk to you! I knew one of the daughters, Agnes Loretta Anderson (Laurie Mushrush). She left for California in the 1930's and really never had any relationship with her family. She was married to my wife's great uncle George Mushrush. I never knew her real name or anything about her until just a few years ago. I hope you can help. Thanks.
I noticed you left flowers for Ernest byrom, he was my great grand uncle and I was wondering if we are related? That was a very nice gesture leaving the flowers
|Susan Wagner||RE: Asa Davis|
Thank you for your reply. That's a very nice thing to do!
|Susan Wagner||Asa Davis|
I noticed you left flowers on the Asa Davis site so I'm wondering if we are related!I'm hoping you have more information about him. He is my great great grandfather. I'm especially curious as to his parents names. Thanks for your help! Susan Wagner
|Martha Ledbetter||Flowers for Infant Brown|
I noticed you left flowers on the gravesite of Infant Brown. He was the son of James N. Brown and Eliza Frances Brown. They are all buried in the Evergreen Cemetery in Sparks.
If you are related to the Browns, I would love to communicate with you as I've been researching the Brown family. James N. Brown was my great uncle, my grandmother's brother. If you're in that family, please contact me. My email address is on file with Find a Grave.
January 21, 2015
|Robert Holloway||Hello Dee|
I noticed you left a flower post on my G-Grandparents grave Jesse and Orpha. Are you related or knew them? please get back to me as I'm trying to trace back my family history and find if I any family still kicking around????
Thank you for your time :)
|Barbi Rumfield||Hi Dee|
I noticed you left flowers on the memorial for Daniel Thompson, # 14341808. Would you be related? I believe he is my 3rd great grandfather. The dates on his memorial are exactly one day different from the dates I have for him. Sadly I have not been able to link him to my Daniel. As the information on the memorial were, from what Phil & Donna Whitaker were able to tell me, all from public records.
|Jeff Cofran||Agnes LAne|
Hi Dee! I was wondering if you are a descendant of Agnes Lane Kimzey. She is my 8th great grandmother. My mother is a Kimsey that lived in Turtletown-Reliance TN. Her name is Jane Ann Kimsey.
I noticed you left flowers for Iva. Iva House
Cobb was my grandfather's (Everett Rufus House)
sister. Are you researching this line?
Louise R. Henderson Stewart
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