|B. Roberts (#46949990)|
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Methodist minister's daughter, wife and mother|
Mother of three grown sons
Author of two books
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|Little Marie||Oren E Coleman|
Thanks for linking Oren with his mother Viola Rabun Coleman and for the offer to transfer him to me. I think he and I are related but am still trying to track down his father John D Coleman who would be my connection with Oren. I don't have anything further to add to Oren's memorial right now so you keep him. IF I do make the connection and have meaningful info to add to his mem I will ask for him. Thank you Little Marie
|Misty Musil||Carol Jean Dixon|
Thank you for leaving a note on my Meema's birthday last year. I just discovered this site as I am researching my family tree/history and came across her page. I miss her so much and it is nice to see that someone remembered her. Did you know her? I am her granddaughter. :)
Misty D. Musil
|Christie Moore Stephenson||RE: Stevenson|
|Vicki Bullard||RE: Harvey L. Ketner|
I double checked the dates for Harvey Ketner buried at Ebenezer Lutheran Church Cemetery in the survey as you suggested and they are correct as posted according to the survey. It very well could be that the survey is in error as it was transcribed from a handwritten document and handwriting is hard to decipher sometimes. However, I think you may be confusing the 1940 cemetery survey I mentioned as my source for the 1940 Federal Population Census.
According to Wikipedia, "The Historical Records Survey (HRS) was a project of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) New Deal program (under FDR) in the United States. Originally part of the Federal Writers' Project, it was devoted to surveying and indexing historically significant records in state, county and local archives. The official mission statement was the "discovery, preservation, and listing of basic materials for research in the history of the United States."
This record is located at the North Carolina State Archives website, www.archives.ncdcr.gov, or go directly to digital.ncdcr.gov and search for Ebenezer Lutheran Church Cemetery, Rowan County, N.C.
|Nadeen Sobottka||Timothy Maynard @ Forest Home Cem., Milw., WI|
Hi Ms. Roberts, you didn't forget to provide your F.A.G. member number, it was on your first e-mail. However, you mentioned that you might want to transfer it to Mr. Underhill? Well, I hesitate transferring it to you in order to transfer it to him, because I believe you are only allowed "one" transfer. Perhaps you should talk between the two of you and let me know whom I should transfer it to? Regards, Nadeen
|Shelburn Wilkes||Spencer Allsbrook (#53828982)|
As requested, the parental relationship links for this entry have been made. Thank you.
|John "Jack" Richter||Marion Wertz|
Both the headstone and records I have indicate birthdate 1923.
|Amy Caddell||Capt. David Anthony Heath 118711645|
|Dottie Gilder||Hammock info|
Fun to see things come together You are most welcome Dottie
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