|Peggy Lee (#47883750)|
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|Currently researching surnames: Neros, Counter, Morris, Crank/Cranke, Clark, Dikis/Dykes/Dicus/Dikes, Goodell/Goodle, Rice.|
I encourage family and friends to share with each other so that --- not one member is forgotten.
I'm currently looking for living members of the Oklahoma "Counter" Family.
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|Jeannette Clark Randolph||RE: mahala Elizabeth clark sowers|
Hello are you telling me that John Clark is buried there in Blandford cemetery ? He was from wythe co.
|Paul Franson||RE: David Garland Bell Clark|
Added. Thanks for the pointer!
I use to transfer to relatives until some people were requesting hundreds of memorials & not very close. They were hoarding single surnames even though they were not directly related. I changed because of it. Since you have stated you want to add extended information & will transfer to a direct descendant when one comes along I will transfer. Refresh my memory of who you want transferred & I will transfer. You seem to be just the sort of relative that would do the right thing to give the memorial to their descendants & not hoard just because you are related.
|Barbara HARMS Craig||Julia A. SCOTT Dikis|
I am wondering if you know who Julia A. SCOTT Dikis parents are? Could they be James Carter SCOTT and Mariah PIPER. I am working on the SCOTT Family of Green and Pike Co., Illinois.
|Chanell DiDio||Evert Lee Cranke|
Hi. Evert was my grandfather. Cheryl Cranke (Swisher) was my mother. I would love to know more about my Grandfather and his life. If you have info you could share, please contact me.
|Paul Franson||Effie Clark|
Thanks for the catch on that -- I really thought I had already linked her parents, but I guess I just let it slip through the cracks.
Appreciate all you do for the Crank/Cranke families (you sure do seem to catch a lot of the memorials in our family!).
Keep up the excellent work!!
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