|Tracy Price (#46597670)|
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|I have been researching my family tree for about 20 something years. Along the way I come across obituaries and tombstones of others and so I try to post as many as possible.|
I also make a habit of visiting cemeteries. Our past is very important. Photographs preserve what nature will eventually take back. Each person in a cemetery was once someone very important to someone else. I try to find a little something out about each headstone I post.
If you have anything to add or correct for anyone I have posted, please let me know!
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|Susan Barwick||Wacahoota Methodist Cemetery Williston|
I see you have done work at this cemetery.
There was a contributor...Lindsey who added records.
She has passed.
I have been given all her entries at Orange Hill Cemetery in Williston and working on adding info/correcting them now.
If you would like, could you email: edit@Find A Grave.com and request that her listings be transferred to you? She tell them she has passed.
If you do not want to take them on, then let me know and I will request that they be transferred to me.
Please let me know what you would like to do. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Tassy||Dallas Knight and Leona Wright|
Dallas Henry Knight, 30311809, and Leona D Wright Knight, 30311673, were married 17 Mar 1945 in Brown County, Indiana according to LDS Indiana marriages. They share the same headstone. I'd like you to link the two. Thanks, Dona (Dallas' granddaughter)
Added by Tassy on Dec 10, 2013 5:29 PM
|Bonnie Martin Cornish||Elizabeth Cemetery|
If you ever come across a JOHN CORNISH 1948/51-1905 would really appreciate a photo as we've searched and searched there - going back in Sept.
John was a Civil War veteran with Co. C. 45th Inf.
PA Volunteers. A few of His children are there also. Going to look in woods where path is supposed to be next. B. Cornish
|Jean Hedick||Thank You !!|
I just found out that I have a sister who died when she was 3 yrs old in 1945 and is interred in Citrus Co. FL. Because you were so thoughtful as to post a picture of her grave, I found the cemetery and the grave. Thank you so much. Your service is most appreciated. Jean
|kdxdot||William and Cecile Harmon|
Thank you so much in transferring William and his wife to me. I have linked him to his parents; he is one out of 13 children!!! I would have had a hard time in recording all 13 children and their life-lines into their parent's bio. Your time and efforts are greatly appreciated. A warm hug, Dottie
Added by kdxdot on Mar 15, 2013 11:48 AM
|Duchess of Brookhaven||Thank you|
Thank you for linking George Snyder, Jr. with his parents. Have a good day!
|kdxdot||William & Cecile Harmon|
Thank you so much in transferring my family to me; it is greatly appreciated. Dottie
Added by kdxdot on Mar 10, 2013 8:17 AM
Thank you for linking my uncle, Cecil Walter Keys with his parents.
|Barbara Hammons Davis, Dalt's Mom||Edna Ferne Noel Felt|
She was the daughter of Carrie Evelyn Hammons and Lemuel Robert Noel. By her father and mother she had 2 sisters, Winifred Lorrayne, Delilah Ruth and Harrold Lee. By her mother's 2nd husband, John Patrick Burnette, she is half sister to Mary Helen and Esther Louise. Only Mary Helen is still alive, still living in Chico. She is in her late 80's. Aunt Carrie and Uncle Jack are both buried in the Chico, Cemetery in Chico, Butte Co., CA. Aunt Carrie was my paternal grandfather's sister. I'm sory to say, I don't have any pictures of Edna but the girl's were red heads.
|Barbara Hammons Davis, Dalt's Mom||Re: Edna Ferne Felt.|
Thank you for posting this memorial for my cousin. Her maiden name was Noel. I have family members if you would like to add them.
Barbar Hammons Davis
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