|D Ann (#46842261)|
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I got hooked on this doing family research. If you have a short bio on someone I've added, just let me know and I'll gladly add it to their page or transfer ownership. I'd be glad to help any way I can.|
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|Marolyne||Lennie L. Sugg-Rone|
Memorial # 25751993. Lennie was the first wife of Robert Edward Rone. Do you live in Arkansas? I was wondering if it was possible to get a better picture of her tombstone. She was born in Arkansas and her son, Ollis Lee Rone told me that she died of a fever. TB possibly. My grandmother married Robert E. Rone after Lennie passed. She finished raising O.L. and Annie Orville Rone. O.L's Find A Grave Memorial # 3845651. I'm at a dead end on her family and have managed to put down her date of birth as Aug 1885. If you don't want this memorial you can turn it over to me. He was a very nice Uncle to me and him and his sister loved my Grandmother like their Mother.
Added by Marolyne on Nov 19, 2014 8:49 PM
|cj smith||Wrong Cemetery|
There are two cemetery's named Bethel. You have managed to mix the two cemetery's into one. Your sign is for the cemetery in Umpire, AR. You have managed to put my ancestors in this cemetery, when in fact they are in Mineral Springs, AR.
The second cemetery should read: Bethel AME Church
(African American) Cemetery - 582 Barton Bethel RD., Mineral Springs, AR 71851-8947.
Added by cj smith on Nov 15, 2014 3:48 PM
|Rod Williams||Mrs. T F Wiliams|
Could you please transfer this memorial to me. This is my great grandmother and I already have her husband's memorial. I don't want to create a duplicate.
Thank you in advance,
Rod Williams, Texarkana, Texas
|Ellies_friend||S A E Finney #17196332|
Sarah A. E. Finney, wife of Josiah Lafayette Williams, was my g-g-grandmother. Would you please transfer her memorial to me?
|Paul Goddard||Herbert Melvin Goddard #15700301|
Hebert Goddard was not a doctor.
He was a U.S. Deputy Marshal.
On Monday August 13, 1900, Deputy Goddard attempted to arrest a 20 year old full blood Choctaw Indian named Ambrose “Ombus” Wilson, three miles south of Goodwater in what is now McCurtain County. Wilson shot Deputy Goddard and Goddard returned fire with his shotgun hitting Wilson nine times with buckshot breaking one of his arms before he escaped. Deputy Goddard died the next day. Wilson was arrested from under his uncle’s house where he had been hiding a week later and taken to
Read more: http://www.odmp.org/officer/reflections/20303-deputy-marshal-herbert-melvin-goddard#ixzz3I2v5LY00
|Rod Williams||Joshua White|
Please transfer Joshua White to me.
Rod Williams, Texarkana, Texas (email@example.com)
|Rod Williams||Dierks, Ark Cemetery|
Thank you for listing the names of my grandparents. I will be adding grave marker photos in about two months along with several of their children. Their names are John B Williams and Willie L Williams. I will be happy to take ownership of the listing you made when the photos are available.
|P. Lewis Barker||David J. Draper|
Thanks for the link!
|J R Hinton||L D Wilhite # 33895268|
This memorial is a duplicate of # 32633173 that was created 04 Jan 2009. Would you please delete this one to avoid confusion for the families trying to link. Our Sons of Confederate Veterans Chapter is currently restoring this long abandoned cemetery. There were only two visible marked stones when we started. We will be cutting all of the pine trees and erecting new fencing and names entrance gate. Thank you so much for your kind consideration...Joel
|Jim O||Preasley J. O'Neal|
Noticed that you have Preasley and Nancy O'Neal listed in your family virtual site. Are you related to them and if so how? Preasley is my Grandfather x2.
Added by Jim O on Apr 22, 2014 6:46 PM
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