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Ken Owens (#25319492)
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In memory of Bo and Chris
RE: Eva Jane Duvall
Sorry for not answering sooner.... I am recovering from breast cancer surgery and not able to be here very much. Thank you!
Added by In memory of Bo and Chris on Jul 03, 2016 7:17 PM
In memory of Bo and Chris
RE: Eva Jane Duvall
I would assume it is the same person....but I don't know this person or any of the family, so I am not sure. I get most of my obituaries from the online obituaries. Thank you! Cecile Forse
Added by In memory of Bo and Chris on Jul 03, 2016 7:05 PM
Maureen S
Elizabeth LaFleur Bradbury
You indicate she was the sister of your great-great grandmother.

Her daughter, Gertrude Bradbury (1877-1929) was married to my great uncle whose name was Nels P Nelson (1868-1936). They were married in Billings, Yellowstone, Montana on July 3 1918. In the 1920 census they were living in Miles, Custer, Montana where Nels was a building contractor. They then moved to Chicago where Gertrude died in April 22 1929. Her death record indicates she was buried in Lacrosse, Wisconsin. It seems likely she was buried near her mother but Find-a-Grave doesn't have a listing.

Also, Elizabeth's husband - James Manter Bradbury (1847-1923) died in Lacrosse, Wisconsin. Do you know where either of them might be buried?

Thanks!
Added by Maureen S on Mar 28, 2016 4:21 PM
Melissa B
Hiram Paul McCune
Thank you so much for adding my great-great-uncle LTC Paul McCune. Perhaps one day I will travel to Korea to see the marker with my own eyes, but many of my relatives will not.
Added by Melissa B on Feb 24, 2016 8:49 PM
Samantha Varela-Nunes
Transfer Memorial
You are currently managing my grandfather's grave and I have recently updated his date of birth and death as well as the family relationship with his son (my uncle). I was hoping that you could transfer the management to me. I am looking into getting his obituary and hopefully some pictures to upload. Thank you!
Added by Samantha Varela-Nunes on Aug 01, 2015 5:37 PM
Bob Bailey
Sophie La Fleur Kroodsma
Hi. Sophie was my mother's mother's mother. As you note in Sophie's page, she married Hans (John) Kroodsma. I can't find his grave in findagrave.com. Wondering if you know if he is buried next to Sophie. I have added information about them on familysearch.com

Bob Bailey
Added by Bob Bailey on Apr 13, 2015 6:07 PM
ladycatherine
Wynne, 3024622
Thank you so much for the memorial of Dennis F. Wynne, $ 3024622. I hope it will help his relatives find their way to him1 It certainly drew me. Are you related?

Many thanks,

Heidi
Added by ladycatherine on Sep 08, 2014 10:56 AM
Dolores Sonntag Kinsey
RE: 2nd wife of Commander Robert Lee Mole
Thanks for replying. I think you misunderstood: I wasn't asking for my name to be put on the gravemarker. I was wondering if my name could be shown on the Find-a-Grave listing for Cdr. Mole. The gravemarker shows the name of his first wife, who died in 1971(I think that's the year), but I just wonder if on the Find-a-Grave page it could be shown that he and I married on Aug. 3, 1972.
Added by Dolores Sonntag Kinsey on Jul 03, 2014 4:02 PM
Dolores Sonntag Kinsey
2nd wife of Commander Robert Lee Mole
Hello. Thank you so much for posting the picture of my late husband Commander, Chaplain Robert Lee Mole's gravemarker at Arlington Cemetery. I wonder if there is a way to show that I was his 2nd wife, married August 3, 1972. My name at the time our our marriage was Dolores Sonntag Spangler, born September 26, 1931. I do not plan to be buried at Arlington Cemetery, though I believe I would qualify, though maybe not since I remarried. Thank you again for your post on Find-A-Grave.
Dolores (Mole) Kinsey
San Marcos, Texas
Added by Dolores Sonntag Kinsey on Jul 02, 2014 4:56 PM
E.
Sgt Peason
Thank you for putting up a picture of the Arlington grave or Sgt Earl Pearson. His family thought his body was lost forever and i found his cenotaph. Thnka to you and a contributor names eamonn I was able to find out that Sgt Pearson was found at last. Would you or may I put your Arlington picture on his cenotaph site? Find A Grave Memorial# 27248903

his PA cenotaph is
Find A Grave Memorial# 129246038

It is thanks to wonderful people like you that we can learn these things.
Added by E. on May 05, 2014 6:24 PM
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