|Noma Johnson (#47136547)|
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On May 10, 2010, my hotmail account was hacked in to, so I changed my account and password, please make a note of my new email address below if you are trying to contact me!! Thanks, Noma|
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I think you have this picture in the wrong cemetery it looks like it belongs in Mt. View
Added by Cindy on Jan 17, 2016 9:25 PM
|chcobe||Rosemary D. Wolf-44314825|
This is a duplicate memorial. You posted the photo on the older memorial page of Rosemary Wolf a few days before you created this memorial in the Evergreen Cemetery. Rosemary is in First United Methodist Church Columbarium. Memorial #43977256.
Thank you for deleting your memorial page for Rosemary.
Rosemary was my aunt by marriage and I am in touch with her children, my cousins. :)
Added by chcobe on Mar 02, 2013 3:14 PM
Find A Grave memorial for Melvina Wright # 52095667 Appears to be a duplicate. it also appears that the other one has more links and was made before this one.
|Clint Black||Edward T. St. John|
History of Wyoming from the Earliest Known Discoveries
Hubert Howe Bancroft, c. 1898
"…On August 1, 1869, Edward T. St. John reached South Pass, coming direct from Laramie City, where he had located for something over a year. Soon after his arrival he commenced prospecting and afterwards worked in a mine for a couple of years and later located a ranch in the Wind River Valley and finally made his home in Lander. During the Indian troubles, St. John shared with his neighbors in the anxieties, defense and pursuit of the savages…" [dob: 12 Jan 1844, Marshall County, IN] [Served 3 yrs, 3 mos with the 10th IN Cavalry, beginning Oct 1861]
|Clint Black||Edward T. St John|
Where is your great grandfather buried?
I note he is not registered on Find a Grave.
|Leslie P. Fowers||Bybee relationship|
I see you have a memorial for James Clem Bybee in the Mt. Hope Cemetery Lander WY. I also see you had correspondence with Shirley Bybee Hill...Are you a Bybee descendant? If so I would like to share info.
Leslie P. Fowers 46928696
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|Bill and Vera Savage||RE: WAKEFIELDS|
please delete the requests.
|Shirley Bybee||RE: Related??|
Not sure if I answered you question of not. I highly doubt if we are related at all. My father was Dallass Don Bybee from ID. You may want to look on my page and look at my firends list and click on Leslie Fowers, you may be related to him.
|Andrena's Daughter||RE: HELP!!|
When I was unable to find any information in the Social Security Index for Mary Alice and Russell Doyle Barnes, I began searching for their middlenames and found an "Alice" Mary Barnes with zipcode of 80909 which is close to Memorial Gardens so I went to an old Memorial Gardens listing and found her. I also found a "John" Doyle Barnes buried in the same location.
I drove to Memorial Gardens and took pictures of their gravestone; the dates matched their memorials. I can understand how "Mary" Alice could be "Alice" Mary but I'm not sure about "John" and "Russell" Doyle but you can see by the photos at the memorial; they share a gravestone.
Since the names were different and they died in the 1960's and 1970's it was not easy to find them. If I hadn't switched Mary Alice's name to Alice Mary, it would have been harder to them.
The only other way was to call all the cemeteries to see if they had a person by the name of "Barnes" buried in 1963 and 1976!
|Andrena's Daughter||RE: HELP!!|
I think I found Mary and Russell Barnes! I sent Richard an update on what I found (I noticed that he removed the Colorado Springs Chapel from their memorials).
I will confirm with you on Saturday.
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