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|Alison||RE: Banford Transfers, etc|
you are most welcome
Added by Alison on Nov 04, 2014 6:44 PM
|Alison||RE: Moosomin cemetery (Towler family)|
so glad I was able to help
just can't trust families to stay where they "belong" can you?
Hope you have a great weekend
Added by Alison on Oct 24, 2014 1:55 PM
Since you have so much information about these people I guessed that you might be related to them, so decided to transfer them to you, as I am not related at all
Added by Alison on Oct 23, 2014 6:15 AM
|Sharon Fulton||RE: Rupert T. Snell #77880489|
Thanks re using the photo!
Re the connection, his wife was my husband's 1st cousin 2x removed. I think she may be buried in Elkhorn.
|Colleen Coey Weis||MacMillans - Lost River Cem.|
Ruth__ Thank you for the MacMillan transfers. Was able to find a MacMillan family link but not to the MacMillan father vs son story yet.
As always I appreciate your helpful advice and contribution.
|Chris Kemp||Ellen Amelia Whetnall 127052206|
I have been photographing gravestones in Overleigh Old Cemetery, Chester, UK and came across Rev William Thomas 135222204. I was wondering if Millie wife of Walter H. Whetnall is your Ellen Amelia Whetnall. Ellen Amelia might have been named after the 1st daughter who died and nicknamed Millie.
|Colleen Coey Weis||Nora & Gerald Trineer|
How did you do that? I just touched the send on the email asking you for a transfer on this memorial ... and here the transfer magically appeared.
Thank you so very much. I'm puzzled as to why one from the Trineer family is at Ogdensburg. Perhaps this the burial ground for Nora's family.
|Colleen Coey Weis||Pauline Thomas-Hazel McDonald|
Thank you so very much for the transfers of Pauline (Thomas-Thomeau) McCutcheon, Young and Hazel H. (McDonald) Mahon.
Did not want Pauline forgotten. Her youngest sister married a Trineer and one of her sons married a Trineer.
Bless You for all you do!!
|ShelleyS||RE: Duncan Cameron MacKenzie|
Thank you for your reply. Duncan Cameron MacKenzie died in Canada and not overseas which is why I was curious. He likely died in a training exercise in the RCAF.
Added by ShelleyS on Apr 12, 2014 3:26 PM
|ShelleyS||Cameron Duncan MacKenzie|
www.cwgc.org has no listing for this man. Could you tell me where you got your information from that he served in the RCAF and died in action in 1943? He was a cousin of my son. Thank you.
Added by ShelleyS on Mar 12, 2014 2:51 PM
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