|Barbara Brickhouse (#47397908)|
| || member for 4 years, 2 months, 20 days|
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My passions are, Genealogy, Cemeteries and Photography.|
I will do my very best to fulfill your request on my days off of work.
If you want me to transfer any memorial to you, just let me know.
|Messages left for Barbara Brickho... (9)||[Leave Message]|
|Tami||RE: Hilda Mae Barcus Brickhouse|
In response to your message (Sorry it tooks some time):
"Dear Tami. Can you please tell me the Brickhouse that Hilda was married to. I would like to add her to my tree, but not sure who to attach her to. if you do not want it posted for privavcy reasons, you can email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org thank you in advance."
Though there is no name listed on her obituary, a prior family member has listed her husband as "Ronney Brickhouse", they also state that he died in 1978. Hope this information helps. If I find out anything else I will be sure to message you again.
Added by Tami on Aug 20, 2014 6:32 PM
|Nadia K. Orton||Lincoln Memorial Transfers|
Thanks so much for transferring the memorials for Lincoln Memorial cemetery! Take care!
|Karen||RE: roy rader, and cousin question|
no relation to me sorry.
Added by Karen on Mar 17, 2013 11:54 AM
|Cynthia Scott||RE: William Beasley|
William H. Beasley 1876-1914
|Robert Jones||RE: Webster|
Thanks so much for seaching out my great grand aunt and family. This is greatly appeciated. I would love to have the picture of Jenny's marker and records for Aunt Sarah and Jenny. Jenny is the daughter of Lucius and Sarah. Again...Thanks a million. Bob Jones
405 Cherie Ct
in the side yard of 405 can be seen from the street
Added by SWF on Mar 21, 2011 9:25 AM
|Steve Poole||RE: Benjamin Dunford 1889-1973|
I have no other info.
|Findthem4me||Photo for Emilio J Matroni|
Wow, that was fast! One day! Thank you so much. I never imagined that someone could have gotten to the gravesite so quickly and the photo is clear and perfect. Have a great new year. Jeannie
|Teddi Smith||Barbara Ann Shreve Melville|
Thank you so much for checking to see if her name had been added to the marker for her husband and infant. She was a feisty lady her entire life, even serving in her youth as a spy for Col. Mosby, and I would have loved to have had the opportunity to know her.
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