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Magpie (#47326269)
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Bio Photo Hello, I am very honored to be a volunteer for find a grave. My goal is to help others find their loved ones. If you would like additional photos, please let me know, I will be more than happy to post more. It would be a pleasure to transfer your loved ones to you.
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Brennen Martin Spangler
Transfer request
Hello, how would one go about transferring a memorial? You created one for my father, Byron Keith Spangler, and I was hoping to be given the ability to maintain his online memorial.
Added by Brennen Martin Spangler on Jul 24, 2016 3:04 PM
Carol Williams Huff
Ida R. "Telie" McCall Mickle
I have discovered a photo of Ida and am having it cleaned and
digitized. Is it possible to insert photos onto her page at
Find a Grave?
The photo will appear on her page on my Mickle Family Tree at
Ancestry.com; but, I would also like to see it posted for anyone not having access to Ancestry.
Telie was the first wife of Edgar Lee Mickle and the Sister of Ella Viola McCall.
After Telie's death Edgar Lee Mickle married her younger
Sister Ella Viola McCall
Added by Carol Williams Huff on May 27, 2016 10:29 PM
Gay Hobt Morton
James Wyly
Thank you for the generous transfer of James Wyly. I will work on his biography.
Added by Gay Hobt Morton on Oct 20, 2015 4:29 PM
Wayne Ray
RE: John W. Ray
Thanks Magpie...that really helps me pinpoint John W. as my 2X Great Grandfather. Wayne
Added by Wayne Ray on Feb 20, 2015 11:18 AM
Sam Hampton, Jr
RE: Opal Caldwell
You are welcome!
Added by Sam Hampton, Jr on Feb 11, 2015 1:57 PM
Sam Hampton, Jr
RE: Opal Caldwell
On your Find A Grave Profile Page, you will see that I have submitted Edits for this memorial.

I would like very much for you to click "Accept" please.

Thank you so much.
Added by Sam Hampton, Jr on Feb 11, 2015 10:04 AM
Robert Nunley Jr
N., C grave in Haileyville, OK Cemetery
I can't be 100% positive on this but I believe this is the grave of my great grandmother, Carrie Nunley, nee Gullett. I know the birth and death years are right and she was supposed to be buried in Haileyville. Her husbands name was Will Nunley, her parents, John & Nancy Gullett. She died when her only child, William R Nunley, buried in Oakland Cemetery, Poteau, OK, near his father, was 2 yeas old.
Added by Robert Nunley Jr on Dec 09, 2014 12:49 AM
Jackie Roberts
RE: Gibson Family
Thank you for your message, I did find out most of what I was looking for , in Drew County, Monticello, Arkansas. However , I will keep your mothers number and give her a call when I begin to reserach again. My cell phone is 214-762-1910, Jackie Wright Roberts, my Great maternal grandmother was Ruth Gibson Davis buried in Piney Cemetery.One of her brothers is buried at Piney as well Ivy Gibson.
Added by Jackie Roberts on Aug 02, 2014 1:48 PM
Jerry C. Goldsmith
Mary Ellen Beasley-Nix
I hate to see it deleted. Why not just make an explanation.
Added by Jerry C. Goldsmith on May 06, 2014 4:55 PM
Jerry C. Goldsmith
John Nix and Mary Ellen Beasley
Magpie,
here is a reply that I received form Ronnie Smothers. I think he cleared the mystery. He also sent two attachments regarding other burials, but I did not have your email address.
Jerry


Jerry,
Ellen and J.L. Nix have a headstone in the Napier Cemetery on Hood Container property. They have a memorial in Wyly Cemetery. We have searched 3 times in Wily Cemetery and cannot find a headstone for them in this cemetery. I have attached 2 pictures from a TVA Cemetery Relocation Booklet in the Humphrys County Library. It shows by an (*) meaning they have a headstone in that cemetery and the other picture shows the grave location in the cemetery.
This booklet was published in the 1940's when TVA flooded the area. The headstone in Napier Cemetery looks like a fairly new headstone meaning it had to have been put there by a close relative.

Another relative wants to relocate the graves to Marable Cemetery in Waverly. I don't know any more information about this. I don't know anyone to contact about this situation. I am sure a close relative had their headstone placed in the Napier Cemetery.

Ronnie Smothers
Added by Jerry C. Goldsmith on May 05, 2014 9:16 PM
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