|D&PNutt||Transfer of McPhersons|
Thank you so much for transferring my great great Grandparents memorials to me.
Thank you for your work.
Added by D&PNutt on Oct 10, 2011 6:28 PM
|Sandra Kay Farrell (Olehy)||RE: Howard B. Robinett|
Thank you so so much that means the world to me. And thanks for helping to take care of my family while their resting in peace.
|Sandra Kay Farrell (Olehy)||Howard B. Robinett|
Howard B. Robinett memorial# 22893768 is my Greatgrandfather if you could please include him in the transfer.
Thank you so much
|Sandra Kay Farrell (Olehy)||Levin V. Olehy & Leatha H. Olehy|
Levin V. Olehy memorial# 44255154
Leatha H. Olehy memorial# 44255172 are my Grandpa and Grandma. Thank you so much for taking care of them on here, if you would like to transfer them over to me I would be pleased to carry on what you have done so far.
Thank you so much.
Sandra # 44255154
Again thank you so much.
|mary beth marchant||Re: Alonzo(Albro Cottle)|
Correction: a great grandson of Captain Warren Cottle who was a revolutionary soldier.
|mary beth marchant||re: Alonzo Cottle|
This is actually Albro Bailey Cottle-son of Alonzo Cottle & Mahala Turner. Albro Cottle was born in St. Charles County, Missouri-grandson of Captain Warren Cottle and his wife Relief Farnsworth-Captain Warren Cottle was born in 1755 in Tisbury, Dukes County, Massachusetts and led a group of families composed to Cottles & Woods to settle in St. Charles & Lincoln Counties in Missouri about 1803.
|C Cox||Burns photo|
Thank you ever so much for taking the headstone photo of Thomas Burns. I really appreciate it.
Added by C Cox on Nov 27, 2009 6:24 PM