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Stone✞Searcher (#47654968)
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Bio Photo I apologize for any mistakes and will make corrections to any as soon as it's brought to my attention. I will be happy to add additional information and links to family. If you have any suggestions, additions, corrections, or transfer requests,
use the edit link located at the top right of the memorial of which you wish to make the changes to.

Thanks so much to everyone that has sent me additional information for me to add to the memorials that I have placed on Findagrave!

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Added by Broken~★~Heart on Aug 21, 2014 8:01 PM
Ruth Wiles Wilson
Sorry I forgot to add Ruth's findagrave memorial #113206994 in case this e-mail isn't linked directly to her page you created.
Thanks again,
Added by tootz on Aug 21, 2014 7:38 PM
Ruth Wiles Wilson
I am researching some distant relatives through my ancestor Arie Cook Gillen and Ruth is part of her line. I believe this is the Ruth Wiles whose mother was Frances Perdelia Springer Wiles (findagrave memorial#113649122)and her father was Jesse Franklin Wiles (findagrave memorial#113648368)On their findagrave page it also lists 2 of her siblings (Lillian and Lillie Jewel,these are 2 seperate people even though their names are almost the same) the person who created the page is named Lee Ledbetter and he says Frances and Jesse were his 2nd great grandparents. i just sent him an e-mail through findagrave asking why he only has them listed with 2 children when I have found they had 14 children? You may want to contact him. this is all supposition on my part at this point but the documents I have found so far indicate these people are all part of the same family. i believe Ruth is the younguest or 2nd to the youngest of the 14 children. I also just found another family tree on that indicated Ruth may have been married to a Brucher William Wilson Jr. findagrave memorial#41797322. There is nothing on his memorial page to indicate he had a wife just like Ruth's page. I don't know if they were husband and wife at this point I am still researching but it looks possible. If you are a subscriber to look up the 1920 and 1930 U.S. Census's for Frances and Jesse and you will see all their children.I am a perfectionist and if I have info that I suspect connects people to their ancestors I feel I should invest the time to e-mail people to get them connected. I am assuming you are not related and are a voluteer who goes around photographing headstones and cemetery's for findagrave??? Do you live in Texas? Or take trips out of state to take pictures for findagrave? A lot of my relatives were from Texas, if this is what you do would/could you locate their graves for me if I can't find them.I am disabled and don't get out of my house very often (if I was capable of doing what you do for findagrave I would be out there doing it, it sounds like a lot of fun, even though some people probably think that sounds morbid or weird, I also have never even been in a cemetery before) and live in another state and have been doing genealogy research for about 1 1/2 years now and I love it, I suffer from depression due to my health problems and have found doing this research brings me much joyand helps to keep the depression at bay. I thank you for what you do, it is a service that no one could put a price on and is so important to researchers like me. I don't know what you can do with this info but you said on your bio page if anyone had any info they could add to let you know. Sorry this is so long I tend to be long winded,LOL.I look forward to hearing from you.
Added by tootz on Aug 21, 2014 7:34 PM
Rose Chandler Royals
Thank you
Thank you for visiting my husband's site.
William Ray Royals #17820673
You are much appreciated.

Added by Rose Chandler Royals on Aug 19, 2014 8:05 PM
RE: Edgewood Cemetery Photo Request
I'm certain you are correct, not the right person, probably not the right cemetery. I have marriage record and birth records. My own father could prove confusing. He was cremated, and a plot purchased, with a bronze plaque bearing his name and that of his last wife. It's complicated, but his remains were interred in the grave next to my mother, and the bronze has both their names. Thus, he has two grave markers, but only one actual location. Who says genealogy is easy? Thanks for your interest.

Added by lgk on Aug 15, 2014 7:30 PM
RE: Edgewood Cemetery Photo Request
Very confusing, methinks. Name is not McClary, as in your message. There is a Sandra Sue and a Sandra Jean. Sandra Sue is the one I'm after. And it's McCARY, without the l. Thanks for your time.

Added by lgk on Aug 15, 2014 2:32 PM
Joyce Rye Kasberg
Billy Ray Lockhart
Thank you so much for his obit. I am distantly related to him. I have edited his memorial with place of Birth & Death along with his parents links.

Added by Joyce Rye Kasberg on Aug 13, 2014 9:01 AM
Hello .
Thank you for your visit and flowers i appreciate them so much.have a nice day take care. Allie
Added by Broken~★~Heart on Aug 12, 2014 6:12 PM
Ralph Ginn
Thank you so much for visiting Ralph and being a friend to him. In the end it is love that always wins out. God Bless.
Added by Mary♥lee on Aug 12, 2014 3:16 AM
L G Shinn
Guthrie Cemetery
Thank you for the transfer of Carl (Nettie) Robertson Franks to my care. And "thank you" for all your work on Find-a-Grave!!
L Gayle Shinn
Added by L G Shinn on Aug 11, 2014 7:26 AM
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