|Melissa McKee (#47442147)|
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|Larry & Helen in Ok.||duplicate|
Melissa good evening. I was looking at Find-a-grave and see you have duplicated Lula May Butler 1879-1934. If you type in Find-a-grave #26908697, I think this is same person you added in 2008 and you might want to delete yours. Just suggestion. Larry. email@example.com
|Neil B (John 3:16)||Hi Melissa,|
Just stopped by to say hi. There are so many friendly, wonderful, and helpful people on this site. Welcome to Find A Grave. Good talking with you.
Many thanks for all of the information. My John Stickman disappeared after finding him in Mercer County, Illinois. His father moved to Oklahoma not far from this hospital was located and the reason that I believe this could be the John of this family. No mention was made of him in the family history but often these sort of things were not talked about. Roberta
|Roberta Everett||Western State Mental Hospital|
One question-is this cemetery part of another cemetery?
|Gerald "Jerry" Hobson||Maupin marker, Elmwood Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the fine photo of the Maupin marker. Quite a beautiful stone.
I appreciate your help.
|Cordelia Brown||Abraham Hymer|
Thank you so much for providing a photo of "A Hymer's" grave. He is my first cousin 4x removed.
Thank you for all of your efforts. It is greatly appreciated. Roberta Everett
|David Worthen||Minnie Ora Overton|
Thank You So Very Much Melissa For Posting That Picture I Sure Do Appreciate You Taking Time Out Of Your Time To Take That Picture For Me
Again Thank You
|Ian D. Swart||Elmwood|
Melissa: I took about 800 photos this weekend. I've just about completed Section 1. So I've already photographed the Seevers headstone you claimed this morning. Just thought I'd let you know that you didn't need to run out there to do it.
I'll be adding all of these photos in the next couple of days. Then on to Section Two.
|Diane Johnson||RE: Delbert Corbitt's grave|
That is okay, it is easy to mistake Bobbie for a boy too so I thought that may have been the case. Thanks so much for your help with the photo. I am so grateful!
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