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J. L. Cobb (#46947837)
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Bio Photo A special thanks to everyone for visiting and leaving flowers for my parents: James Lee Cobb and Alma Jean Crawford Cobb.

Please visit my sister's memorial, who left this life 7APR2012, Kathy.

Please visit my sister's memorial, who left this life 29May2014, Peggy
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NL Nuttall
RE: Carraco
It should be fine, just as long as everyone realizes both spellings were used by members of the same family.
Added by NL Nuttall on May 03, 2016 2:47 PM
Bill Hazard
Robert Allison Bell and Nancy Parrigin Bell
I had no idea that they passed away in a motor vehicle accident. I just read the information on both the memorials. Thank you so much for creating and posting the bio information. Robert was a first cousin to my mother on his mother's Bartleson side.

Added by Bill Hazard on Apr 23, 2016 1:52 PM
George Paul Farris
James 'Willard' Mefford: FAG Memorial# 22797731

Dear J.L.:

In response to your request I have placed floral tributes on the memorials of your sisters. Today I sent edits for Willard's life years I'd like to inquire if you are related to Willard Mefford (see subject line), or other Mefford kin? If so, I'd very much like to collaborate with you on their lineage.

All the best,
George Paul
Added by George Paul Farris on Mar 28, 2016 10:30 AM
George Paul Farris
James 'Willard' Mefford: FAG Memorial# 22797731

Dear J.L.:

In response to your request I have placed floral tributes on the memorials of your sisters. Today I sent edits for Willard's life years I'd like to inquire if you are related to Willard Mefford (see subject line), or other Mefford kin? If so, I'd very much like to collaborate with you on their lineage.

All the best,
George Paul
Added by George Paul Farris on Mar 28, 2016 10:28 AM
GenyLady
Hugh McIntyre
Hi,
Just wanted to let you know Hugh McIntyre #65257684, is buried in the McIntyre graveyard in Trimble county Kentucky. I have been to it. The photo of his headstone is here on findagrave.
Added by GenyLady on Mar 17, 2016 9:39 AM
pm
Thank You For The Tuskegee Airmen Memorial(s)

J. L. Cobb...thank you very much for transferring to me Find A Grave Tuskegee Airmen Memorial - Charles O'Banion 28856459.

I will be placing clickable links in said Memorial which will inform persons who view it that there is a web page linked to said Memorial which lists names of Tuskegee Airmen who have passed away, and, now, continue to watch over,
and, protect the U.S.A. as Members of "THE KNIGHT SHIFT...Hoorah!!!

Tuskegee Airmen Virtual Cemetery

Tuskegee Airmen Virtual Cemetery Manager

Further, I seek to build a complete Tuskegee Airmen Cemetery (Pilots & Ground Personnel) which will eventually contain thousands of Tuskegee Airmen. Therefore, if you have, or, know of, additional Tuskegee Airmen, please also let me know about them and transfer them (also, let your family, friends & associates know about this).

Once again, thanks very very much for your assistance.

I remain,

Sincerely yours,

Michael James Morton
Added by pm on Mar 15, 2016 7:03 AM
Sandy Cook
FAG# 110313868
Hi, J. L.,
The above # is for my gggrandmother, Mary Jane Tuttle Cobb.
In this memorial you stated she died in Iowa on July 30, 1914, but I cannot find any record of her dying there or any reason why she would be in IA (record of children living there)
Her husband, Robert, (Find A Grave#1103131946) in the Censuses of 1900 and 1910 was living with his son, Clayborn Cobb, and was listed as widowed; and the death record of Robert July 12, 1914 states he was widowed. Two of records here indicate she died before 1900 and 1910 and the third indicates she died before he did.
If you have proof of her death in IA, would you mind sharing it with me at skcook64@icloud.com.
If there is not a record would you please correct the Find A Grave record to death unknown?

Thank you,
Sandy Abner Cook

Added by Sandy Cook on Mar 13, 2016 12:47 PM
Bunnygirl
Yancey
Thank you for the transfer. I appreciate it.
Added by Bunnygirl on Mar 12, 2016 4:11 AM
Sandy Cook
Alabama Cox Cobb
J.L., I owe you an explanation about the last message I left you.
I thought I was leaving a message for someone else who has worked getting the Cobb Cemetery information for Find a Grave.

Anyway, the Cobb Cemetery Alabama Cox Cobb was buried in was on the mountain where many of her husband's Ambers Cobb family were buried. Her son, Ishmael is also buried there.

It is now called Tuttle Branch Cemetery, being renamed by the gentleman that did the work.

I would like for you to put Alabama in that cemetery. I can also give you the names of all her children. Ambers was my great grandfather and my grandmother, Amanda Cobb gave me a wealth of information.
Sincerely,
Sandy Abner Cook
Added by Sandy Cook on Feb 26, 2016 5:54 PM
Sandy Cook
Alabama Cox Cobb
J.L., I owe you an explanation about the last message I left you.
I thought I was leaving a message for someone else who has worked getting the Cobb Cemetery information for Find a Grave.

Anyway, the Cobb Cemetery Alabama Cox Cobb was buried in was on the mountain where many of her husband's Ambers Cobb family were buried. Her son, Ishmael is also buried there.

It is now called Tuttle Branch Cemetery, being renamed by the gentleman that did the work.

I would like for you to put Alabama in that cemetery. I can also give you the names of all her children. Ambers was my great grandfather and my grandmother, Amanda Cobb gave me a wealth of information.
Sincerely,
Sandy Abner Cook
Added by Sandy Cook on Feb 26, 2016 5:46 PM
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