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|cbb||RE: Laura Oleson Peterson - Smithfield EE|
Thank you Lynn!
Added by cbb on Jul 06, 2015 9:30 AM
Thanks for the transfer of Anna Manz. Appreciate it.
|Chip Melick||Vencil Bouma headstone photo|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph Vencil Bouma's headstone and upload it to findagrave.com!
|Jan Summers||Christie Kurtz Kilpatrick|
Thank you for making the updates and family links to her memorial. Best regards, Jan
|JackiMex||Henrietta Yeckel #85176811|
The number of memorials that you have made is indeed impressive. I am certain that you have helped many people find the graves of their loved ones and ancestors.
It seems that you made two memorials for Henrietta. The second one is at 85176817. I suggest that you delete this second one as the other one has the obit and death cert added and a photo request, which I am going to fulfill tomorrow.
Many thanks for all that you have done for Findagrave,
Added by JackiMex on Jun 30, 2015 2:21 PM
|TT||RE: Virginia Miller Sweeny Tait Bond 104574494|
Thanks, Lynn. Have a really great day :)
Added by TT on Jun 30, 2015 9:11 AM
|Beth O'Neal||Memorial # 124042095|
Two of the headstones you have attached to Lillian Miller are for her siblings. The headstone for Lillian should be the one with her name only.
|TT||Virginia Miller Sweeny Tait Bond 104574494|
Thank you for all your findagrave contributions.
Virginia S T Bond was my husband's great-grandmother. She did not marry William L Bond until 1918, and she is not the mother of any Bond children. The mother of Layton Charles (born and William Julian Bond (born 1898) was Ida Blanche Lowen. After Virginia's "Jennie" death in 1934, William Bond married Clara Stephens.
Jennie's Obituary: "Friends in Thornburg and Crafton learned with deep regret of the sudden death of Mrs. Virginia M Bond, wife of William L Bond, Jr of 1120 Princeton Avenue, Thornburg, on Friday, March 9, at 5:45.
Mrs. Bond was a life-long resident of Pittsburgh and spent the last 15 years in Thornburg. She is survived by her husband and a son and daughter, Mr. Edgar M. Tait of 50 Taylor st. Crafton, and Mrs. Orion C. Smith of East Rockaway, NY and five grandchildren. Mrs. Smith will be remembered as Miss Alice E Tait before her marriage.
Services were held Sunday at 3 pm and burial Monday morning in Uniondale Cemetery. The Rev. John S Taylor was the officiating minister.
Mrs. Bond had been in poor health for over three years but was always bright and cheerful with a smile for everyone. She endeared herself to everyone who knew her and will be greatly missed by all her friends."
Added by TT on Jun 26, 2015 8:02 AM
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