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Marshall Lloyd (#47128715)
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Bio Photo A researcher and Latin teacher from Tappahannock, Va. His own grandparental lines are Lloyd (Meaford, Ont), Navarre (Toledo, OH and Detroit, MI), Chipman (New England, esp. Poland, ME), and Pardington (anywhere, but mostly Detroit, and Cheltenham & Winchcombe England). My wife's lines include Kendall, Crane, Ten Broeck, and Cowen. My specialty tends to be the French families of Detroit.
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B.J. Waters
Charles Kelly/Nell Haworth
Since the surnames are different, can you please supply any information for me to add to the bio section regarding this relationship?

Regards,
B.J.
Added by B.J. Waters on Apr 03, 2015 4:35 PM
Marilyn Roth
528 99 261
On FindaGrave #52899261, Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit, Mary A. F. McDougal[l], I think the entry for Dorothy Emma Howell should be Emma Della Howell, b. 4 June 1919. Her birth certificate is online, b. St. Bernard's Hospital, Chicago, Cook, IL, #17886, daughter of Edwin Howell & Della Murray. She must have just assumed the name Dorothy because that is how she appears on the 1930 census, Alhambra, CA, aged 10, & 1940, Chicago, aged 19.
Added by Marilyn Roth on Mar 06, 2015 11:58 AM
JCH1984
Muriel Hamilton
Thanks for the edits submitted for Muriel Matzen Hamilton.
I had tried to find information on her side of the family after I created the memorial, but ran into a dead end pretty fast.
Your help is much appreciated.
JCH1984
Added by JCH1984 on Feb 23, 2015 6:20 PM
Robert Hague
RE: bagg / baggs
Marshall:

Thank you for your input. Since you have a connection to the family would you mind if I referred you name and email over to two of the members on the Washington Cemetery board. I will see if I can find some information that the cemetery board is doing to put markers on grave without markers; especially graves located in Strangers Rest. Many of the graves just have a number. I have taken photos of all the numbered markers and one of the board members is helping me match the number to a name.

Take care,
Bob Hague
Added by Robert Hague on Feb 18, 2015 7:43 PM
Robert Hague
Bagg / Baggs Family
Are you related to Lucian E. Bagg / Baggs buried in the Washington Cemetery located in Houston, Harris Co., Texas? Most online sources show the surname as Bagg. His parents last name is shown a Bagg. His wife's grave marker spells the surname as Bagg. The only reference of the spelling as Baggs is on the grave marker of his son, Lucian Layman Baggs that you sent me the correction. I was able to locate the memorial of Lucian's wife buried in Colorado and another of his son's buried in the same cemetery.

Thank you for your valuable input and all that you do for Find A Grave.

Bob Hague
Added by Robert Hague on Feb 18, 2015 6:10 AM
AAW
Deimels
Transfer of Ruth's memorial made.
And thanks for the information about Henry Sr.'s middle name. Did you see his passport on Ancestry or some other website, or was it through a more personal connection?
Added by AAW on Feb 03, 2015 6:47 PM
AAW
Ruth Grady Deimel
Thanks for the links to Ruth, as I know very little about her. Do you want her memorial? Deimels are in my family so I would probably want to keep Henry's unless you are more closely related and want his.

BTW, do you know for a fact that Henry's father's middle name was "Lito"? I thought that might be unique to the son--possibly related to his mother's name of Carmelita, which some records abbreviate as "Leta" or "Lita".
(Also, do you happen to know where the remains of Henry (the father) are? Someone in the family thought that his ashes are scattered.
Added by AAW on Feb 03, 2015 10:39 AM
Dale L. Markham
Inaccurate photo
Hello, Marshall.

I think the photo of the man in uniform which you added to the memorial #67426073 (my 2nd-great-grandfather Marcus Markham) is actually a photo of Marcus Augustine Markham (reference memorial #44097619). To my knowledge, my 2nd-Great-Grandfather neither had a middle initial (as shown on the writing at the bottom of the uncropped photo at Memorial # 440976619), nor was he ever in the military service. Unfortunately, I am not aware of an existing photo of my 2nd-great-grandfather.

Best regards,

Dale L. Markham
Added by Dale L. Markham on Feb 02, 2015 2:23 PM
Judyvv
Judith Willliams
Find A Grave messages seems to be having a problem today! I posted the obit you sent to me for Judith Williams but in accordance with Find A Grave rules, I deleted the names of living people. I do not agree with this rule but must follow it.
Judy
Added by Judyvv on Feb 02, 2015 10:59 AM
Christine Schultz
RE: Conact
Hi Marshall, thought you had my email. Will send you a private email soon. Chris
Added by Christine Schultz on Jan 17, 2015 2:03 PM
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