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Although we now call the Oklahoma "home", I'm a native Louisianian who loves researching family lines with my husband., I think this site is a great source of information and am so glad I came upon it. Thank you to all my fellow researchers and cemetery-lovers who make this site possible.|
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|Jenorv||RE: Walker Norvell|
I would appreciate a transfer
my number 46988219
Yes our family has a long tradition of service.
I flew combat in the Vietnam War and wrote about it on my blog
Added by Jenorv on May 13, 2015 12:50 PM
Thank you for creating the memorial and for linking it to his parents. His father, Col Stephens Thompson Norvell, was my Great Uncle, a decorated veteran of the Civil War and with Teddy Roosevelt at San Juan Hill. All the best
Added by Jenorv on May 13, 2015 11:18 AM
|Family Tree Climber||RE: Myrtle Mae Volinski|
Glad to be able to help!
|Annette Douglas Lee||RE: Collins Cemetery|
Yes I can and will be glad to tell you how to get to Collins Cemetery.
Take Hwy. 22 east of Ponchatoula,La.about5-6 miles.
Cross the 3 bridges (one being the Tangipahoa River Bridge).
You will see a huge new sub-division on the right.
Take the next right (Lees Landing Rd.).There is what's left of Edward's Saw Mill across from this road.
Go about1/2 to 3/4 mile.
Take a right on Collins Cemetery Rd.
The cemetery is at the very end of that road.
|C Dean||RE: Levi Uriah Vining|
Yes, we are related! We are both descended from Jeptha Vining born 1738. You are descended through Jeptha' son Uriah and I am descended through his son Thomas. I just recently made the trip to NC and followed Jeptha's wonderings through NC, SC and then GA. Please email me at email@example.com and I will give you more info and more close living connections descended through Uriah and some places to go on FB.
Added by C Dean on Apr 20, 2015 8:41 AM
|Debbie G Morrogh||RE: Martha Wylie duplicate memorial|
Thank you. I think you're doing a great job!
|Lori Johnson||Burgess Golightly 57219519|
May I have permission to use your grave photo in my private family tree?
|Allen Helderman||RE: Theresia Schum|
German inscriptions are very common on older grave stones in this area.
It says Hier Ruht which means here rests
Theresia Schum or something like that
Geb. 3 Sep 1841 Geb. is Geboren= born
Gestorben = died
Usually Gestorben is abbreviated Gest.
I can't read German, but after seeing a lot of these basic inscriptions you pick it up.
Hope this helps.
|Robert Wedding||RE: McEniry|
Thank you so much..It means the world to me to be their caretakers..
|BD||RE: Re:Henry E McCune|
Thanks for the link.
Added by BD on May 03, 2014 8:28 PM
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