|E.M. Smith (#47134804)|
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I took my first baby steps in a graveyard, the Smith Cemetery on White Oak Mountain, W.Va. That explains a lot.|
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|William Watson||RE: Ethel May Hatcher|
I'm afraid that I don't have much background on the Ethel Hather whose memorial I manage. I believe that I ended up with management when I was working on getting photos of Hatcher markers here on findagrave. The California Death Index shows that "my" Ethel Hatcher was indeed born in West Virginia on 19 September 1903. It shows her middle name as Gadd, but doesn't list her maiden name.
So, that's all I have. I'm sorry I can't make a definite call on the relationship. What do you think?
Very best regards,
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Links made. Thanks!
Thanks for information!
|historianne||William Russell Roles|
Thank you for the information which has been added (and the links).
|Penny Harris||Soldier Farrell|
Thank you so much for the info. I'm going to put that on his memorial page. He's been a mystery for quite some time. I'm surprised someone from the Sons or Daughters of the Confederacy hasn't identified him by now. Surely there must be lists of what soldiers were where.
|Cindy (Adkins) Carper||P.S.|
I had just found a message on my page saying that you had both looked and couldn't find Lelia's grave. I deleted it when I responded, so it's gone.
|Cindy (Adkins) Carper||RE: Lelia's grave|
LOL I'm afraid my memory is as faulty as yours. I don't remember either! I had not been on here for a few years. I can remember what happened when I was a teenager but can't remember what I had for lunch yesterday. I never thought my memory would be this bad at 47!
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