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|Cadmus||Mukeshbhai "Mike" Patel|
Thank you for the token and the picture you added to Mike's memorial. We are still adding information to his memorial and hope to be finished soon.
Added by Cadmus on Dec 12, 2013 8:33 AM
|Jim (Dr. Mo) Moshinskie, PhD, CPT||McCaffrey Memorial 97583810|
Dear NK, after 40 years of searching, I was pleased tonight to find your 2012 memorial to McCaffrey. In 1874, James B. McCaffrey moved to Hot Springs, Arkansas, and opened an undertaking establishment which still operates today as Gross Funeral Home. I started my long career with the business, then known as Gross Mortuary, in 1864. Our old record books that date back to 1874 show that when McCaffrey died Feb. 2, 1886, his name and funeral records were transcribed in red ink, while all other entries were always in black. Unfortunately, no one knew anything else about him except that his body was sent "to Kentucky" for burial. I do have information about his early undertaking businesses in Little Rock (1872) and Hot Springs (1874). You can now enter his correct name "James B." to his memorial. I have sponsored his memorial, and I am hoping you could kindly transfer it to me. I have added a copy of his first newspaper advertisement to the site. I thank you in advance for your kind consideration. Dr. Jim Moshinskie, Baylor University, Waco, Texas, and OakCrest Funeral Home, Waco, Texas, email@example.com
|cherokee||David C Garrett|
Dont know if i thanked you if not i am sorry thank you very nice picture
Added by cherokee on Nov 19, 2013 6:15 PM
|nicmart||William Shipp # 97233796|
Regarding Mr. Shipp. While he was cashier of the Deposit Bank of Midway, he convinced Mrs. Oscar Taylor, a Midway widow, to sell her $27,000 worth of shares in the Bank of Commerce of Louisville and invest in a building and loan association, of which Shipp was a director. Mrs. Taylor gave Shipp power of attorney over her life savings and he transferred her stock to himself, sold it, and gave the widow nothing. Aside from that, it was alleged that Shipp and a bookkeeper had swindled at least $75,000 from the bank and its patrons.
Reported in the San Francisco Call, March 30, 1896
Added by nicmart on Nov 06, 2013 8:36 PM
Thank you nice picture and love the up dates
Added by cherokee on Oct 21, 2013 8:22 PM
|Ben Wilson||Johnson and Wilkerson|
Thank you for the birth dates for these two men. I have made the update.
Thanks for contacting Andy and getting him to take the wonderful tombstone photos at Samuel's grave site. Your memorial looks great.
Added by Sabu on Oct 04, 2013 9:11 AM
Thanks so much for making the updates! Find-A-Grave volunteers are truly the best!
Added by Deekay on Sep 10, 2013 9:29 AM
|John Sloan||RE: David Caslteman|
Thank you other sources claim Kentucky...I'll use the stone inscription...
|Barbara Milligan Rowe Elliottt||RE: Matthew Joseph Amato, Jr|
I have made the spousal link and added the bio for Matthew Joseph Amato, Jr as requested. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance.
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