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Glen Fairclough (#47147611)
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Jerry Johnson
Glen Fairclough
Dear Mr Fairclough, I'm assuming your the one that put the Salt Lake obituary on Aultorest Memorial for Lloyd Rose, would you please remove it, it is not accurate at all several family members are missing in that obituary including a daughter who Lloyd lived with while he was very ill until his death in April of 2012. The Ogden standard examiner has the correct obituary on Lloyd and all his family members, I'd appreciate it if you would remove this one and put the one from the Ogden standard examiner up.
Added by Jerry Johnson on Mar 28, 2014 12:39 PM
Judi Schoonover
RE: Maxine Hill
Thanks for your quick response. Appreciate your offer of the hyperlink but I probably don't need it. The Taylors are distant cousins coming from New Jersey.

Judi
Added by Judi Schoonover on Mar 14, 2014 3:54 PM
Michelle Jordan
Hello!
Thank you for providing information on my Grandma and Grandpa Hill. :-)

I remember Grandma Hill being the sweet one who would always give us treats and let us play with her special teddy bears. I remember her sweet kisses that always left her lipstick on my cheek. She had a huge heart and amazing organizational skills, that she gave to my Mother.

I remember Grandpa Hill as being the tough one, who would tease us, but always made us laugh. I also remember him teaching me how to draw when I was very young. He had a big heart, just like Grandma, and an amazing set of work ethics that he passed down to my Mother.
Added by Michelle Jordan on Feb 17, 2014 10:50 AM
Ann Harman Thomas
John Harman
I really would love to have the transfer, you are so kind.

Ann Harman Thomas
47559404
Added by Ann Harman Thomas on Sep 30, 2013 11:56 AM
L. Finley
RE: Olaf Nicholas Potts
Thank you :)
Added by L. Finley on Mar 02, 2013 4:12 PM
IJBall
Loretta C. Ball & Clifford Melvern Ball
Glen,
I was wondering if you could maybe confirm whether this Loretta C. Ball (Find A Grave Memorial# 43120311) is the same Loretta (Leppert) Ball who was the first wife of Clifford Melvern Ball (Find A Grave Memorial# 51467679), one of your memorials. This Loretta is buried with Clifford's sister, Claudia (Ball) Stephenson, so I'm about 90% sure that this is Clifford's first wife, Loretta. But I was hoping for some final confirmation, before I do some more extensive editing and family linking... Thanks!
Added by IJBall on Feb 19, 2013 9:17 AM
srbigler
Bowers Genealogy
I descend through Caroline Bowers Fairclough's brother John Shadrach Bowers. I was wondering if you had any or knew anyone that had any info on this Bowers family. Old photos, stories, genealogy... Thanks! Sharla Bowers Bigler
Added by srbigler on Nov 24, 2012 9:10 PM
JJH
Beatrice Wilcken.
Thanks for updating her memorial.
Julee
Added by JJH on Oct 21, 2012 10:46 PM
JJH
Beatrice Wilcken.
Thanks for updating her memorial.
Julee

Added by JJH on Oct 15, 2012 10:09 PM
Sharon Kisselburg Peake
RE: Virginia Ramos
Thank you!
Added by Sharon Kisselburg Peake on Sep 25, 2012 11:54 AM
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