|John Riley (#47002197)|
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I've been researching my own family tree but I've had problems starting with my father. My mother divorced him on the grounds of desertion when I was 7 and we didn't see him much after that either. My mother said that he changed his name for some reason, or his father changed his name or something. I did finally order his death certificate and then used the SSN on it to order his SS application. Unfortunately, they wouldn't send it to me because the name didn't match! Maybe the name change rumor is true! I re-requested it with more background story--and more pleading. |
I'm having better luck with my mother's side but not much better. That goes into Puerto Rico and then Spain.
So I enjoy it when I can help someone else get some progress toward their tree and Find-A-Grave is just another way to do that.
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This was sent to mee, could you please add it.
Pearl Bernice Neal of Viola died Thursday (Nov; 12, 1998) at Fulton County Hospital in Salem. She was 78.
Mrs. Neal was born March 30, 1920, at Elizabeth, a daughter of the late William Samuel and Texanner Rand Shoemate. She married Elbert Eugene Neal Jan. 3, 1936, at Wild Chrry. She was a homemaker. She was baptized into the Church of Christ as a young girl.
She is survived by five sons, Gene, Bernard, Jerry, Lonnie and Quentin Neal, all of Viola; one daughter, Wanda Joyce Yarnell of Bexar; two sisters, Ephel Young of Lathrop, Mo., and Ellen Painter of Kansas City, Mo.; 15 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her husband; two brothers, Ed and Rufus Shoemate; one sister, Gracie Stephens; one son-in-law, Ed Yarnell; and her parents.
Services were held Sunday at Mount Pisgah Presbyterian Church in Bexar, with Bros. Charles Faith, Roy Gregg and Allen Cartwright offi¬ciating. Burial was in Mount Pisgah Cemetery with Cox-Estes Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Burton Yarnell, Eddie Yarnell, Terry Yarnell, Wayne Neal, Daniel Neal, Bernard Lee Neal, Dennis Neal and David Neal. Honorary pallbearers were Larry Busby, John May, Stacy Perryman, Michael Howell and James Newman.
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|Grover Clark||RE: Alta Neminski|
|Tom Childers||Ernest Harrell photo|
Thank you for the photo of the tombstone of Ernest Harrell. I appreciate your kindness.
|jdean||Edith N. Wittenmyer|
Thank you so much for getting the picture of my great-aunt. I really appreciate it.
Added by jdean on Jul 12, 2010 10:55 AM
|Lisa (Musselwhite - Urban) Hudson||Thank You!!|
Thank you for finding my family, the Bakers. This was my grandpas dear sister that he loved and has been unable to see her final resting spot. He will be so happy! Thanks again.
|Hugs Always~Susan||Hi John|
Hope you are well. My mom just passed and she is going to be buried with daddy, Ernest DiSandro at Palm Cemetery, in Winter Park FL. Can you please submit that 1 photo only of daddy's burial between the 2 headstones and put on moms site? Mem # 50127863. Thank you John...
|Mike Gould||Back photos|
John Thanks so much for taking the time to get the photos for me. I really appreciate it.
|Grave Seeker||A Many Thanks ! ! !|
I appreciate you! Job Well Done!
Thanks for the great photo! I sure appreciate it.
You're very welcome -- it was my pleasure. The weather cooperated, the cemetery is well tended, and the gravestones were easy to find.
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