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William Barritt (#46493296)
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Luis Hernandez
Ramon Suarez
Your memorial for Ramon Suarez needs to be corrected:

He is buried in the Bronx and not at the World Trade Center.
Added by Luis Hernandez on Apr 14, 2014 10:00 AM
Donna Ellison
Humphrey Cem. (Martindale Tx)
Hi, William! I keep getting requests for photos for Col. James Ellison at Humphrey Cemetery. he is actually buried at San Marcos City Cemetery,(San Marcos, Tx, Hays Co.Tx). I saw you wonderful memorial but there seems to be some confusion about it. There are also memorials made for James and his wife, Evelyn at San Marcos with photos added.
My husband is David Ellison but we don't know if he's related to this line. Supposedly David's line goes back to S. Carolina and Scotland.
Anyway, hope this helps but it probably means more work for you!
Added by Donna Ellison on Apr 08, 2014 1:14 PM
Dorothy Page
There doesn't seem to be a way to add biographical information on the Findagrave page for Dorothy Page, memorial #7248262. May I request the following information be added? Thank you.

While majoring in music at Cedar Crest College in Pennsylvania, she was chosen by the Curtis Publishing Company of Philadelphia as a model for a Saturday Evening Post cover. Dorothy's portrait was painted by the famous portrait painter Neysa McMein as "one of America's ten most beautiful women". On July 3, 1925, Dorothy married Waldo Shipton in Detroit, Michigan. She gave birth to two daughters, Barbara Jane in 1926, and Dolores Maryann, in 1929. They divorced in 1932. After auditioning for the Paul Whiteman orchestra, she was chosen as their principal vocalist and she became a star on NBC radio in Detroit, Chicago, and New York. On December 20, 1939, in Las Vegas, Dorothy married Los Angeles attorney Frederick D. Leuschner. They resided on his ranch in Tarzana, California, until his death from a heart condition on December 8, 1941. A few years later, while working as a Real Estate agent in Hollywood, Dorothy met and married Henry Clark McCormick. They lived on his ranch in Fresno, California until she was diagnosed with cancer in the mid-fifties. He divorced her shortly after and she moved to La Belle, Florida, where she received treatment in the medical center at Fort Myers until her death from cancer in 1961.
Added by Dan on Mar 24, 2014 4:35 PM
Ethyl Day connection to parents
Could you please connect Ethyl Baughman Day to her parents, Stephen # 39631537 and Alma Baughman # 39631554.

Thank you,
Added by James on Mar 22, 2014 3:17 PM
RE: FAG#7892625
Kenneth Dunaway, his PARENTS, John Wesley Dunaway Find A Grave#89798634 & Bessie Louisa COBB Dunaway Find A Grave#89798190. Could you link this family? Kenneth's name is on the stone in the Blackwell Cemetery, Blackwell, Kay County, Oklahoma. Could you include this MEM. as well? (Kenneth's brother, Find A Grave#88213302, COL. Glendon Keith Dunaway; You might find interesting.) Thank you very much, Sandy
Added by Sandy on Mar 20, 2014 1:35 PM
Memorial# 8017286 William S. Brown
William S. Brown was born February 12, 1812, Montreal, Canada. He travelled directly to Texas from Canada to join Col. Fannin. He never lived in the United States. He was captured by Mexican forces while travelling from New Orleans to Texas on board the schooner Hannah Elizabeth, then imprisoned at Matamoras until his release was secured by David Smith, Consul of The U.S.A. at Matamoras. He finally joined Col. Fannin and was slaughtered at Goliad March 27, 1836.
Alan O. Brown (descendant)
Added by AlanO on Feb 28, 2014 11:52 AM
Dr. William Calloway Dobkins
You have a memorial for Dr. Dobkins, #7768818, and I wondered if you had a Death Certificate for him?
Thanks, Julia #46905166.
Added by Juliaom on Jan 25, 2014 12:23 PM
Panola County Gal
Moses Cox
I created a duplicate memorial by mistake for Moses Cox #17166452. It was just brought to my attention. Mine has quite a few family links. I hated to delete it and have to try to recreate the links. I would gladly do what you think is best. I was thinking just to transfer it to you. Let me know.
Added by Panola County Gal on Jan 24, 2014 2:04 PM
Barbara (Devine) Davis
Find A Grave #7078212... please link parents.. Frank #6539036, Mary #6539040..Thanks Barb
Added by Barbara (Devine) Davis on Jan 12, 2014 12:09 PM
O'Mearas at Calvary Cemetery
I added many graves today for the O'Meara and McCormick families at Calvary Cemetery - please check them out!
Added by akeen on Jan 11, 2014 7:45 PM
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