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Deleted the duplicates. May have a few more as I didn't know Brookside was separate from cross creek. Will try and delete the others. Thanks.
|robin pellicci moore||Cross Creek #3|
Many thanks for letting me know the correct Cross Creek cemetery to place my memorials in. I was prepared to have to delete them both one day!
Thanks for the heads-up about the duplicate. I moved the photos and deleted the second memorial, though I'm not sure how I missed the first one - I'm positive I searched for the name at SFNC before I made mine ... guess I overlooked it.
Added by Sidney on Aug 07, 2014 12:14 PM
|Bill Cody||RE: Charity Vivian Dorch Carpenter|
Thank you for spotting my map error, I removed the photo,s and corrected. I was not aware the cemetery across the main road was part of Cross Creek.
Together again! I had more trouble with multiple number cemeteries. Thanks for your help and sorry about causing confusion.
|Simon Duran||Leopoldo Pacheco|
He attended Notre Dame in 1941.
His brother George who attended NMMI earned Bronze Star in WWII
|Debra Chard||RE: Nancy Jane Dihel Speer|
You're welcome! It was a fun challenge...so pleased that it ended successfully. I wonder what she would think if she knew how we searched for her.
|Debra Chard||Mary McCreight|
Nancy McCreight Speer's daughter, Mary McCreight's gravesite is just to the left of Nancy's gravesite. I added a photo for her gravesite also.
|DH||Hei Joo Epps|
Thanks for adding my mom's gravesite.
Added by DH on Jun 12, 2014 4:26 PM
|Debra Chard||RE: McCreight|
I have found information that Nancy Dihel (note different spelling) married Ambrose Orr McCreight and children from that marriage were Frances Belle "Frankie" McCreight (Candor Cemetery), Clara B. McCreight, Alfred Blair McCreight, Mary Orr "Minnie" McCreight. Then Nancy married a second time to Robert Duncan Speer and they had children Ann, May, and Thomas Dihel Speer. (Several censuses confirm that she remarried and had children in the household with last name of McCreight)I'm thinking Nancy is probably in Aledo Cemetery. Aledo Cemetery does not have very many records in Find a Grave. I also am quite sure she is not in Candor Cemetery as I looked at the cemetery records for Candor at the Mercer County Historical Society and the only Nancy McCreight is the previous one we spoke of: Nancy M, whose stone is shown in the Candor listing. I'm going to keep looking for her gravestone as my interest in now peaked and I'm intrigued by this mission. Note: Robert D Speer was born about 1823. He is not the same Robert D Speer listed in the Aledo Cemetery.
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