|Ted Butler (#46608077)|
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|Pat Mize||Retta Henderson Scott|
Ted, Thank you for your very prompt action on adding the parents of Retta Henderson scott.
Added by Pat Mize on Dec 04, 2013 9:37 AM
|Laura J. Stewart||My sincere thanks!!|
Thank you so much in helping me to figure out how to correct my duplicate of Melba! You are a delight to work with!
A simple, but sincere thank you for collaborating. You are a gentleman.
Added by Shoshana on Nov 14, 2013 11:38 PM
|Leah Savage||Dixie Davis|
Thanks so much for making the connections.
|Lori Harris-Ruiz||Find A Grave Memorial# 82768469|
Mary Elsie Chaplin was my aunt. She was married to my mother's brother, Toby, Jr.
Mary Elsie Chaplin's husband, Toby Harris, Jr., is buried at the Kirkland Chapel Cemetery in Taft, Lincoln County, Tennessee. He has a double headstone with Mary's name and birthdate, as well as the date they were married. I thought you may be able to link their pages, as it is evident they intended to be buried together. His Memorial number is 96477456. Thanks.
|Nikki Street-Hall||Joseph Street|
Thank you for adding my brother's memorial to the website.
|Laura J. Stewart||Thanks for the transfer!|
Just would like to say thank you for all you do! You are always so courteous and quick to respond to additions, corrections and requests! It is a pleasure working with you!
|Leah Savage||Joe Moss|
Thanks for connecting Joe to his parent.
|Rush Rich||Jack Rich #50370978|
Ted: Could you please link Jack Terry Rich #50370978 buried at Fitzgerald Cemetery in Celina Tennessee to his father and mother--Forrest Rich #60214557 and Dorothy Dale Rich #60214596. Both are buried at Fitzgerald Cemetery.
|David Ware||looking for Wright Capps|
Looking for Wright Capps, born 1893 died 1971, burried somewhere in Tompkinsvill Ky. I was there 40 years ago. I thought there was an old post office, top of hill between a fork in the road. again that was 40 years ago the old post office today probably hadn't even been built.
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