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April Thomas (#46870625)
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God Bless ღ ~ Sandra ~
RE: Minter Delapp
Here are the TWO MINTER's, (mine) and yours: Minter.

THANKS again for taking care of these :)
Added by God Bless ღ ~ Sandr... on Feb 20, 2013 5:57 PM
God Bless ღ ~ Sandra ~
RE: Ocea Delapp
I see what I had done, I had Ocea's MAIDEN NAME (Zike) included with her last name, (instead where her maiden name belongs) making it harder to find her.

Here's your: Ocea.

(click on names to go right to the TWO memorials for Ocea :)


THANKS,

Added by God Bless ღ ~ Sandr... on Feb 20, 2013 5:54 PM
Harrison Pierce
chambers
many thanks
Added by Harrison Pierce on Feb 20, 2013 12:05 PM
Robin Blackshear
Langdon Updates
Hi April,

You created their memorials, took photos, and updated them. They look great! Thanks so, so much. This is what Find A Grave is all about. If you want to transfer them, that would be fine. They're 19791105 and 19791066. But thanks so much for all your efforts.
Added by Robin Blackshear on Dec 14, 2012 8:38 AM
Clarice Courneya
RE: Updates
Thanks for transfers-I have to go back and look at what requests I either ask for a link and/or transfer. We are not suppose to do duplicates, but sometimes we have no choice.
A lot of people add Find A Grave, but no other information and/or connection. It helps all who are doing genealogy research.
Thanks again.
Clarice Courneya
46550274

Added by Clarice Courneya on Dec 08, 2012 11:11 AM
Clarice Courneya
Henry Beaman-19780594
April, I have asked on numerous times to either link and/or transfer families, but you do not answer one way or the other. I was wondering why bother with Find A Grave? We are not suppose to duplicate, but what other choice is there?
Clarice Coaurneya
46550274
Added by Clarice Courneya on Sep 22, 2012 5:32 PM
Paula Jones
Pictures
I was wondering if I could use some of your pictures for my family genealogy website?

Thanks
Paula
Added by Paula Jones on Aug 26, 2012 12:28 PM
Lisa Wallen Logsdon
Langdon
April, thank you for updating William Clark Langdon's memoral. That bio is from the "History of Owen County 1884" and I have a copy of it. I am glad you added it to his memorial. I am not related to William except by the marriage of his daughter as second wife of my great, great grandfather.

As for the Wallens, I had a portion of my family go to Texas and some to Arizona. Yours are likely related to mine at some point in time. If you care to give me some of your lineage I can probably tell you exactly where (unless yours come from Sweden). Mine go back to Tennessee, and Virginia so if your lineage takes you back there, or perhaps further to Maryland, New Jersey, Rhode Island or even Mass., they may connect back a little further. You can e-mail me any time! LLOG4752@aol.com
Added by Lisa Wallen Logsdon on Mar 23, 2012 10:21 AM
Juliane Montgomery Burbach
RE: Sarah Houston
April
Thank you so much, I appreciate it.

Juliane
Added by Juliane Montgomery Burbac... on Apr 14, 2011 7:28 PM
David Peterson
Egbert Family Williams Cemetery
Hi April,
Are you a relative to the Egbert's buried in the Williams Cemetery? It appears that the William's Cemetery is off the road and possibly on private property. Did you need to get permission from someone to visit the cemetery. I have a person that is willing to try to go there to hopefully photograph other Egbert family member stones that are supposed to be there. Any help you can provide would be appreciated.

Thanks.

Dave Peterson
Added by David Peterson on Jan 07, 2011 8:44 PM
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