|Barbara Lacy (#47324546)|
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|Barbara Ann Downey Lacy|
I have been adding names to Find A Grave for a little while, time and weather permitting. If I have located someone in your family and you would like to take over the management of the listing, all you need do is ask.
Many of those I have added were near my family so I thought that was a good place to start.
Daffodils, added as virtual flowers, indicate my relatives, so if we are related...Awesome! Please contact me.
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|Grace ||# 61620319 John Jones|
Would you please transfer John to me. #47245094 Grace. Thanks so much. Grace
Added by Grace on May 18, 2016 10:39 AM
|Emily Rausch||Anna L. WERR Bowman|
Hello, I sent you an edit to correct Anna's maiden name and you have not accepted it or any of her birth/death information. I've since added some family pictures of her. If you don't care enough to add this information, would you please transfer her to me? Thank you for your kindness.
|Charrice Smith||Katherine Flannigan|
Thanks for the picture of my g-grandmother's grave, which is right by my Grandmother.
However, the middle intial is an E (Ellen)
I know sometimes they are hard to see on the stones. I have changed this on the listing.
|Andrea Stine||My Uncle Harold Ryan|
Thank you Barbara for transferring my uncle's record & on Christmas no less!
Have a great 2015!
|Joseph R. Klett||Coombs in Forest Hill|
Thanks so much for the transfers. All the best to you Barbara. -Joe Klett
Thank you !
Added by Marianne on Dec 04, 2013 12:40 PM
Thank you very much Barbara!
Added by Marianne on Nov 25, 2013 9:29 AM
|Kathy (St. John) Millsap||Any relatives of Marguerite Cox??|
She was born in Edgerton, Mo. Parents were
James Emmett Cox & Frances Bryan Hart Cox.
Lived in Lathrop, Mo. for a while. Do you know
any of their living relatives, I see you are the contributor for their memorials. I'm also a contributor on here. Would like to find their relative that's doing their genealogy. Thanks.
|Genealogy Research Specialists||Hill Transfers|
Thank you for the transfers.
Thank you, much appreciated.
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