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|Charles E. Carroll||RE: Mary McConnell|
Her mother and father were both residents of Macon County at the time of her birth.
|Noma Kelton Henderson||RE: Flowers|
when the corrections are made I remove my info. Thanks for being so concerned.
|Lou||RE: Precious Campbell #76673206|
Precious Jane Zenobia Ferguson is listed as sibling of Keturah Hallie Ferguson.
Added by Lou on May 17, 2016 7:44 PM
|Dick Gates||RE: Infant Poplin #81350618|
Only a tree on www.ancestry.com ,
with the infant's name as Lois Alvin, male.
BTW, he is my 7th cousin once removed. Are we blood related? Dick Gates email@example.com
|WNB17||RE: Rhea and Opal Coker|
While I do not have a source explicitly stating so, Ripley is the most likely birthplace for Opal and Rhea, given that the family resided there in 1919, 1920, 1930, 1935, and 1940, according to marriage and census records. If they were not born in Ripley, they would at least have been born in Lauderdale County.
Added by WNB17 on May 10, 2016 8:34 AM
|Wimsang||RE: Rayna Lining|
Sorry for all of the confusion. My computer crashed while I was researching the issue and the husband link got lost. Since then I have added it. Thanks for sending me another message because it never would have gotten done. I looked at all of the Linning's and Lining's in the state and they are about even with the spelling. I just wanted to keep all of them in one group so they would not be duplicated. Any suggestions as to how to solve the issue? Wimsang
Added by Wimsang on May 08, 2016 3:43 PM
|Bucky Schriver||Thomas Leptic, Jr.|
I found information on the Thomas Leptic, who's buried in Frostburg Memorial Park, whom you created a page for. I wasn't sure if it was the father or son. I moved a little dirt from the bottom of the marker, and found the date Aug. 9, 1902, which is certainly the birth date of Thomas Leptic, Jr., who was electrocuted in front of his home in Lord (Klondike) on August 17th, 1920. If you'd like, I can send you a photo of the date inscribed on the marker, and the newspaper article about Thomas Leptic, Jr.'s death on August 17th, 1920. I've also been talking with members of the Leptic family, and they're looking for more info. The father and mother, Thomas, Sr. and Catherine, are also buried in Frostburg Memorial Park.
|Maria C||RE: Stephen Blasko #115708065|
Verbal only from relative doing family research. She (Relative) is also from Pennsylvania.
All of Stephen's siblings were also born in Pennsylvania
Added by Maria C on May 08, 2016 3:22 AM
|Seeker Mel||RE: Clarence Schrier #92802208|
sorry you don't agree with someone that is family.
Just another (head)stone hunter. Just another form of greed.
Added by Bob on Apr 30, 2016 7:31 PM
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