|Steve Howe (#48086826)|
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Researching Howe, Vail, Smith, Mann, Coleman, Hawkins, Risewick, Quick and beyond.|
All of the pictures and information I publish to Find A Grave may be used freely without the need to provide source information.
If you would like a transfer of a memorial, please send your request to me through the Find A Grave message system and include your relationship.
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|This Old Scarecrow||RE: Georgia Hudgins|
Glad you were able to look into that.
I've gone and created a handful of duplicates myself, and most involved a deceased wife who took on a husband's last name that I wasn't aware of...it just happens.
What's great about Find A Grave is it's not a complicated procedure to fix an error - I ought to know - I've also fudged some edits and links.
I now draw out a timeline for most of my memorials, double check any birth certificates, DCs, marriage records, etc., before I commit to it.
Even then, I still have a marginal risk.
Thanks Steve for all your hard work, and being here, it's always appreciated.
|glmc||RE: Photo permission request|
Thank you for sharing.I really appreciate your letting us share your photos!
Added by glmc on Feb 26, 2016 8:58 AM
|Whall||RE: Florence Warren Lee|
Added by Whall on Dec 11, 2015 3:25 PM
|B A||RE: Letha Vail|
it was my pleasure.
Added by B A on Sep 29, 2015 1:41 PM
|Backwoodsman||RE: Aubrey Hare|
Thank you for adding the obit for Greg Hare. He was a coworker at the Corps of Engineers.
|shelia glover||RE: titus smith|
r u related to him ....cos 3/4's of east mt olive is related to me and titus was my great uncle
|shelia glover||titus smith|
i hope this is the right one cos the name and death date match but the birth doesnt
|Billy Hathorn||Kitty DeGree|
It's odd that her husband is not beside her. I suppose they could have been divorced though that's not in her obituary.
She was a big Monroe philanthropist.
|Timothy D. Hudson||Thank you!|
Thank you very much for going to the trouble to photograph the tombstone in the Hasley Cemetery. I appreciate this very much!
|JAMES WILLCOX||Thank you!|
I really do appreciate the time you took to photography R.T. and Louisa Bynum. Richard Bynum's city of birth was new information, which previously had not been available online. But, still it's sad to see the deteriorated condition the markers are in.
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