|Amil McCoy (#46597374)|
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do you have any more pictures of rev murry, and do you know any information about his 1st wife frances grace france
Added by angels on Jul 18, 2014 6:42 AM
|margaret brown||Waving Flag|
Could you please tell me where you got the waving flag from? May I use it on memorial pages of our veterans. I started using it, then I thought I better ask.
|Charles & Marsha Condreay Tinkham Garrett||Thomas & Mary Wells|
Thank you for the transfers
Amil, look at your numbers count and the years you have been a member of Find A Grave! Thanks to Adminstrator A. J. Marik! I am so happy for you, my friend...Blessings ~ Christina
Mr. Mcoy, I transfered management of your Grandparents memorials to you, William and Mary Kasper Solbrig and Peter and Mary Kate Goffinet Solbrig. Many Blessings my Friend ~ Christina
|Theresa A. Pinkston||Thanks for Memorial|
Thank you for writing such an excellent memorial for my dad, Curtis Leon Ammons. My mother, Gracie Jewel Ammons recently passed away and is now buried beside him. I made a page for her and have added flowers to both memorials.
Theresa Jewel Ammons Pinkston
|Martha Maxwell||Julius Carr|
Good morning Mr. McCoy.
I was so delighted to find Julius,'s memorial. Here is why and here's my story.
During WW2 when I was a newly 18 year old, working in the carpenter shop ofice at the Evansville shipyard, a young man approached me, saying we were related. I had never seen that man, and I had never heard the Carr name mentioned in my family. I thought that young man talking to me was just flirting. I must add, I had several chances before. Once, to run off to Lexington, Kentucky with a man who said his parents owned a horse farm. I had never seen him before either. Of course the man who talked of the Carr's was 'Buck'.
Now, I must write that my father was orphaned when he was 9 years old, and afterward was moved around, one member of the family and then another taking care of him. The last one was an aunt and uncle, whose treatment of my father was deplorable. It was because of those days dad would rarely discuss his young life. My parents are both deceased, and believe me I have wished many times I had 'pried' the information, or insisted they talk. Sorry of sorry's.
It was not until about 7/8 years ago I heard of my great grandmother Elizabeth (Carr) McGrew. That was because I now have a computer and access to all it's wonderful chances to explore. And thanks to 'Find a Grave', I found your site, and thanks to you and others who are in your family, I also have a photograph of 'Buck'.
I still don't know where the connection is, though I keep searching. The father of my grandmother Elizabeth Jane was Harrison. Her mother was Mary Monroe. They were all born in Kentucky. I have not found anyone named Harrison on your side born in Kentucky and of the time line which would be allowed.
Now I thank you again for your site. I appreciate it very much, and should you have time to write more of Buck, or your Carr connection, I would like that also.
Martha Maxwell Marion, Illinois
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