|John Evans (#47071981)|
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|Nikki Fontana||RE: Labon Fowler|
Thanks, I will try that.
|Carla Schaaf||wrong state, wrong cemetery|
Charles Edward Schaaf is buried in Greenwood Memorial Gardens, Richmond, Henrico, Virginia.
|B Swinson||RE: Murray-Yopp Cemetery|
Yes I have it is on Ivory Court, I have a few pictures. We are getting a headstone for Owen Thomas Swinson made and should be placed in a few weeks.
|Sandi Danielle||WHENEVER YOU HAVE TIME :-)|
Hi there John :::waving::: Thanks for the info on Halso-Batts and Willie Batts Cemeteries.
However, if anybody can find another Cemetery that I'm looking for, it's You! :-)
At one time there appears to have been a Swannie's Field or Swaney Field Cemetery. The description I have of it's location is that it's 1/2 mile South of East Chinquapin- in Cypress Creek Township .. or in Chinquapin, Duplin County,
I would like to know if this Cemetery is still in existence, or whether it's been re-named. I'm in no rush for the information. I just figured that since you know the area, there me be some documented research material on this Cemetery with the City or County. I would appreciate anything you could discover for me.
Thanks and Blessings! Sandi :-)
|David Grimes||Thank You|
Greatly appreciate you creating the memorial for my wife Marianne L. Grimes at Quantico.
|Lisa Stokley||VIRGINIA WHEELER|
Just curious, did you create the memorial by seeing a headstone, or other means? Just asking because I was looking through the Flemington-Oak Grove site with the photos of headstones and did not see one for her. Not sure if she has one or not. Thank you, and thanks for the transfer.
|Lisa Stokley||Transfer of Virginia Wheeler, memorial # 41510449|
Virginia is my mother's baby sister that died in infancy. I would like the transfer of her memorial, if that is okay. And, any info on where her remains may have been moved. I know when they moved the graves, however all my mother knows is it was "somewhere over the bridge," referring to towards Leland area. However, both of my grandparents are now gone, so the exact area is unknown.
|Suzy Velasco ||lnda Robinson Thompkins and George Vinible Thompkins|
Thank you so much for transferring my grandparents to me!
|Richard Jordan||William Edward Fox|
Ed was my wife's first cousin. You are correct in that Ed always had a King Edward cigar in his mouth. I don't remember a time that I ever saw him without one. I like the "familiarity" tone of the obit, but he was called Ed. I never heard anyone call him anything but simply Ed. Thanks for making sure that Ed and Helen are both memorialized and linked to our family. Doc
|Wanda Tyus||Lillie Alma Eaton Hoffman|
Thanks for updating her memorial as requested!
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