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"Nobody is lost until somebody has given up."
AND JUST AT THE MOMENT WHEN SOMEONE SAYS, "THERE, SHE IS GONE."
OTHER EYES ARE WATCHING HER COME.
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|mitzikbh||RE: Mary B. McCracken ~ 20857970|
Hi Susan, please email me direct at the address on my bio. Otherwise we'll be taking up lots of space here! I would like to know your connection as well.
As to Mary Belle's death date, I'm sure it was the 18th. The obit refers to "her death Tuesday" and the 18th was a Tuesday. I guess I need to rephrase my description, the hand written date on the clipping is not the date it was published.
Greenup: only have a handwritten notation of death as Newton, Arkansas. No source. Working off old notes my uncle had.
Jessee/Jesse: found spelled both ways. Same for Janes/Jaynes.
Added by mitzikbh on Aug 09, 2014 9:41 AM
|Jon Cooke||Joseph William Burkinshaw|
I claimed your photo request and found the stone very difficult to read without "flour-ing" it. This stone was found where the memorial stated at Plot B-1-72-1. But as you will see the dates do not match up. It is hard to tell if this is him or a wife as a word does appear above his name?? Feel free to contact me at email@example.com. I can describe in better detail what my fingers felt as you're looking at the picture.
|Tim Allen||Charles & Clara Barnett|
There is no marker for them but I attached a picture since they're buried next to their last child William James Barnett.
|Richard Bissell||RE: Louissa|
I show William Price Jones as having 3 marriages and about 28 children. I know this is incorrect and would love to have you help me make corrections. Forget about this type of messaging and send me an e-mail at riedbsl#familyworkings.com.
|DeeAnn||RE: John Joseph Gardelius #76168859|
Susan I was @ cemetery today ... the military plaque is that is on the plot with Ailene ... did you happened to go to edit on Redriver memorial page for John ... sometimes this will get more results.
Added by DeeAnn on Jun 26, 2014 8:55 PM
|Tim Allen||William Hughes and Emma Hughes Burkinshaw|
William's marker has faded quite a bit but you can still see a couple of letters on his first name and last name and part of the dates to know that it's him.
Emma's marker is another story. You can read absolutely nothing on it but I did take a picture of it and I'll go ahead and attach it to her memorial. It's only a few inches to the right of William so I feel very sure it's her. I attached a single picture of her marker and also one with both his and her markers.
|DeeAnn||RE: John Joseph Gardelius #76168859|
Susan I took the pic of the military marker and I will check today to see if there is any other marker ... I am sorry about those who set up memorial with absolutely no information ... I wish I could correct this for you ... the military marker is at the Jerome Cemetery in Jerome, Idaho ... you might be able to contact F-A-G and see if they can help you. I know I am in the same fix with one of my relatives located at two different cemeteries and I can not get a reply either.
Added by DeeAnn on Jun 26, 2014 10:10 AM
|Amy Mckeon||Svea Ingeborg Youngberg Dice|
I recently saw the information you listed for Carl Oscar Youngberg. In that info you listed his widow Svea had married Christopher Orville Dice and that they both died in Whittier, California. Do you know the cemetery that Christopher and Svea are buried in?
Thanks- Amy McKeon
|DeeAnn||RE: GARDELIUS, Ailene ~ Jerome Cemetery #76168783|
Susan I took to pic of John Military headstone ... you should contact the person who created the memorial and have them update to the Jerome Cemetery ... when I go over today I will check to see if there is yet another headstone beside the military.
Added by DeeAnn on Jun 19, 2014 10:30 AM
|Robbi Ryan||RE: JAQUES/JACQUES/GIAUQUE|
I'm not related to the Jaques line, but the paternal Harris side.
For many years I didn't know about Mary Jaques Baldwin and their adopted son Percy. Now that I do, I'm "filling in" so i have a fuller picture of my g-g-grandfather's life.
I'm the g-g-grandaughter of John S. Harris and his first wife, Louisa Julia Lee (she died in Greeley County Nebraska in 1886). Their son Burton Jay Harris is my great-grandfather.
If you're interested in the Harris side, contact me privately at Robbi@RelativeConnectionsOnline.com and we can compare notes.
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