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Charlotte Ann Marshall-Kilvington (#47956634)
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Bio Photo My maternal side of the family has been researched, traced back to England, and published. My paternal side has, to my knowledge, never been documented. As a matter of fact, we were always told the "records were lost". Since genealogy is apparently in my blood, I decided to embark on the journey to discover the true history of the family I really never knew too well. I am researching the following surnames in Texas, Alabama, Oklahoma, and Tennessee...so far...: Marshall, Belt, Russell, Bolt, and Bell. I hope to preserve this heritage for my two wonderful children Michael James Wellman and Ariel Raquel Wellman.
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Lena Seng
Mildred Bishop Marshall
Charlotte, would you happen to have an obituary for Mildred or that of her son Kirk? Also, do you happen to know anything of her other son Kent that we might contact him? Thank you.
Added by Lena Seng on Jul 13, 2014 2:33 PM
Annie & me (but mostly me)
William Marshall
Charlotte, I saw your virtual flowers on William's memorial 86956887
and wondered if you knew whether or not you are related. I'm pretty sure he is my Gr-great grandfather. He had one child, Charles, and Charles had one child, Harold who had one child which is my mother.
Added by Annie & me (but mostly me... on Jul 08, 2014 9:09 AM
Anita Roberts Jahner
Truman Lee Marshall #42346694
I noticed you left flowers for Truman Lee Marshall and wondered if you are directly related to him. I had believed he was the son of Lonnie C. and Walsie Marshall, but new information was just added showing this Truman to be the son of Samuel A. and Grace Marshall.

I'm hoping you are connected to Lonnie and Walsie, and can give me some information on their son Truman, and his actual burial location or if it's possible he is still living. If so, I'd love to get in touch with him or his family. Thanks!
Added by Anita Roberts Jahner on Jul 05, 2014 3:44 PM
Pauline Wiggins Herron
Lester Lloyd Russell
I noticed that you entered a memorial for Lester Lloyd Russell # 100197211 dated Nov. 5, 2012

I had entered this memorial # 68206956 April 11, 2011.

Added by Pauline Wiggins Herron on Jun 29, 2014 10:31 AM
Laura V
Callie Marshall #90475035
I saw that you left a note on this memorial and I wanted to let you know that a photo of the grave marker has been added to the memorial.
Added by Laura V on Jun 13, 2014 10:24 PM
Deborah (Baxter) Fink
Marshall's in Hawaii
I had seen you added virtual messages to a couple of Marshall's in Hawaii. They are my Portuguese family. Their actual name before they came from the Azores was Machado. My great Great Grandfather went to California and his brother went to Hawaii. if this sounds like it fits I would like to hear from you.
Added by Deborah (Baxter) Fink on May 15, 2014 7:34 AM
Nephele
Marshall transfers
I noticed you had left flowers on the Marshall memorials at Mount Vernon. I thought, since you left the flowers and your last name is Marshall, you are related and know who all those Marshalls are related, and so I transferred them all to you. If that doesn't work for you, you can transfer them back. I just thought it would be better for them to be with their family member rather then some stranger, like me, who wanders around cemeteries taking pictures.
Added by Nephele on May 02, 2014 7:47 PM
Norman Dagen
Find A Grave Memorial# 84563343
I noticed you left flowers on this memorial and I assume you might be related. I left a photograph for you.
Added by Norman Dagen on May 01, 2014 5:19 PM
Thucydides
Henry Marshall 92216340
Hello Charlotte,

Henry was a WWI veteran, not a veteran of WWII. I would be grateful if you would remove your "WWII" flower.
Added by Thucydides on Apr 27, 2014 9:45 AM
Dee Burris Blakley
I noticed you left flowers
For Mose and Mildred Marshall, buried in St. Peter Cemetery in Phillips County, AR.

I am not related to them, and only found this cemetery by being given directions to another one. I'm going to transfer those records to your care, as I think family members are the best caretakers of memorials.

Dee
Added by Dee Burris Blakley on Apr 19, 2014 6:06 AM
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