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|M Newton||Alfred "Alford" O'Dell - message #2|
I apologize for not offering proof in my early message as the the correct given name for "Alford" or "Alfred" Odell, especially in light of a number of censuses that used the spelling "Alfred". Ancestry.com has a copy of his WWI Registration Card that shows his given name spelled and signed by him as "Alford Warren O'Dell". I can provide you with a copy (or upload an image of it to his memorial) if that would help.Thank you for your consideration as to updating the memorial for him.
Added by M Newton on Sep 14, 2014 9:19 AM
|M Newton||Alfred "Alford" O'Dell|
Thank you for adding this memorial and for adding his obituary. The headline of the obit notes that his given name was Alfred, however the obit later gives his name as Alford. According to census and family documents Alford is correct spelling of his name and this is the name on his grave marker. Thank you for all the additions you have made to Findagrave.
Added by M Newton on Sep 11, 2014 1:28 PM
|Stan Carr||Nora Carr|
The Nora Carr in Wildwood Cemetery (1878-1947) is NOT the mother of Russell and Milton Carr. Their mother is the Nora M Carr (1874-1953) buried in Crawford Cemetery. Father was George S Carr (1867-1957). There were two George and Nora Carr families. One lived in Red House, one in Randolph. Both eventually moved to Salamanca.
|Cathy Bodle||RE: Thanks so much|
I do know that my uncle Robert Frey and my Grandpa Leonard Frey are both buried in Calvery Cemetery.
Robert's info is born Aug 31 1924 and died Sept 19 1981, and Leonard's info is Aug 4 1902 and died July 2 1980. They will most likely be buried near Mable and Adolf's grave site. I know in Adolf's obriutary it meation that he was being buried in the family plot so I don't know if they are all buried in the same area. I am still stuck on daughter Mary so if there is a Mary Frey around the same area I would appriate a picture of that one too. Thanks again.
|Cathy Bodle||Thanks so much|
Thank you so much for posting a picture of my great grandma and great grandpa Mabel and Adolf Frey. I found out some info that I did not know about so thanks again. This means the world to me since I have been stuck on this side of my family for years.
|CathyJ1952||Arline Mack Memorial|
Thanks for photographing Arline's gravestone, Jare!
|CathyJ1952||Clarissa (King) Mack Memorial|
Thanks for photographing Clarissa's gravestone, Jare!
|Nancy Ganoe||Monroe, Arthur & Thelma|
Thank you for posting info and picture of gravestone. Arthur and Thelma are my grandparents. I notice that in the info it says that relationship is "calculated". Not sure what this means but they are definitely husband and wife.
|MGunther||RE: photo of McGuire graves|
Thank you for the transfers of Bertha & Belle McGuire, daughters of James H. McGuire & Flora Horth McGuire! When I found James & Flora's burial information on the paintedhills.org website, I set up their memorials. I didn't go through the full list so I did not know that two of their daughters and their families were also buried there. Bertha's children are Eugene Willis Hunton #98409641, Florabelle Hunton #98410231 and Marie Gertrude Hunton #98410158 who are also buried in Wildwood. So your supplying the pictures for my request has lead me to others in the family who you had already set up memorials for...thank you!
Added by MGunther on May 26, 2014 8:03 PM
|MGunther||RE: photo of McGuire graves|
Yes, James H. McGuire and Flora Horth McGuire are my great great grandparents and I would love to have their children's memorials. Thank you for going above and beyond getting the extra pictures and setting up the memorials. My research had not gotten that far to know they were there. I truly appreciate all your work!
Added by MGunther on May 26, 2014 1:03 PM
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