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|chip||William T Richardson-Potter shop|
I am a great grand Daughter of William and Mandy Richardson, would you have any other photos of them. The only one we have is old couple professional print. And we only found it in the last 10 tens. It would be nice if you had others you could share.
Added by chip on Jul 26, 2014 5:53 PM
Thank you so much for transferring my great-grandparents memorials to me.
Added by Daisy on May 02, 2014 11:01 AM
Please transfer Gregory Wierzbicki #81867451 to me. He is my great-grandfather.
Cindy Abshire #48275129
Added by Daisy on May 01, 2014 5:49 AM
Please transfer Pearl J Zuar Wierzbicki #81867456 to me. She is my great-grandmother.
Cindy Abshire #48275129
Added by Daisy on May 01, 2014 5:46 AM
|Corine Martin||Burial for Lucinda Head|
According to the Historian for Elmore Co., ID, theres a number of Wilson family members buried together. One of the graves is for a Mrs. ... Wilson. She is sure that this is Lucinda Head Wilson as she is buried in the Mountain View Cemetery in Mountain Home, Elmore Co., ID. She died Jan. 17, 1913, Mountain Home, Elmore Co., ID.
|Corine Martin||Bethlehem Baptist Church and Cem.|
I have pictures of both the church and cemetery, which I can post. I walked around the cemetery, and found very old graves, so they are probably buried here. Let me know if this is next to what you're wanting
|Corine Martin||RE: Jas Rd and Fannie|
I'm putting James Richard Head, son of Ezra E Head and Mary F Adams family on Find A Grave. I don't know if you have this family or not. James Rd Head md Mary Jane Hurley, sister of Mattie Cordelia Hurley, who md Thomas Jefferson Head, brother to James Rd.
|WEL||RE: Box Family|
Thanks for adding to the memorial!
Eleanor never heard a story of Indian gold but let's not let the facts get in the way of a good story?
She said two of her uncles built tanks for a living, so that part seems perfect.
The cotton gin was a real money maker apparently and maybe the real source of the "Indian gold"?
Thanks again and maybe we'll have more about the Box family. We see many Box folks in that cemetery.
Keep up the good work. It is people like you who have helped me find even close relatives' place of burial.
Added by WEL on Jan 27, 2014 4:21 PM
|Richard Mayo||Nannie Newel Kay|
Great Photo, Thank you
|Richard Mayo||William M Kay|
Thank you so much for this photo
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