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|Judy Llamas||Ruth Coltson - #117636745|
Hi, Jeff, your memorial for Ruth is a dupe. Please see #42539249. Can you move your photo for her grave marker to the older memorial? Thanks!
|Kelsey||RE: Charles Mann|
Thanks so much for your response!
Okay, the Charles Mann that I am looking for was born in Russia, lived in South Carolina during his youth, and then it seems probable he moved to another state (possibly Ohio). His parents were named Daniel and Agnes. So this isn't a match.
Regardless, thank you for that information! Even though it's not my Charles Mann, it does help me to narrow down the possibilities! Thanks again! Best wishes!
Added by Kelsey on Nov 09, 2015 12:47 PM
I am looking for information about one of my ancestors, who might match one of the memorials you manage. Do you know where Charles Mann was born or who his parents were (#10693674)? Thank you!
Added by Kelsey on Nov 08, 2015 3:39 PM
Thank you for the transfer!
Added by MrsZ on Oct 18, 2015 11:45 AM
I couldn't get a very good scan of this and had to put it into separate pieces as my scanner is a cheap scanner. I am emailing it to you and maybe you can get it the way you would like it. If you need anything else, let me know
|Mary(Coggin)Russell||RE: Charles Hinkle|
On the Royalton, the whole scrapbook is of Royalton, New york so assumed it was new York but it could be incorrect. I will scan it and get it to you sometime today.
I noticed that you are related to this man and I found a newspaper article about his death and it is a very impressive piece about him. It was found in a old 1800's scrapbook. A Thomas Richardson wrote the articl in tribute to him. The only thing is that it does not give the source but this is too good to pass up on. MUCH info about him. I will be glad to share a scan of it
|Bryan Anderson||Charles L Mann|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the History and Roster of the 355th Infantry, 89th Division, Charles L Mann was also a member of this unit and once lived in Downsville, Louisiana.
On the Findagrave memorial, it is mentioned this individual served in WWI. Might you know any more details other than this? More specifically, do you know whether he might have served in the unit I mention above? Any help would be appreciated.
His Findagrave number is 10709201.
|Scott Babel||Babel family|
thank you for all the hard work and years of dedication to find a grave.
You started the memorial for my grand parents
Albert Babel 101680251
and Margaret Babel 101680214
I would love to take ownership.
|Kris||Baka Memorial Photo|
Thanks Jeff for your efforts to fulfill my request.
Added by Kris on Jul 31, 2015 7:28 PM
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