|Susan Jorg (#47150225)|
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|Stuart Woodside||The Skolfields|
Thank You once again. I could not find any information in my research. With out your help I would be drawing blanks. I hope you know how much this information means to our family line. Your Friend, Stu
|Stuart Woodside||Ann Skolfield|
Thank You: I just went through all the nice photos that you have added. I really do appreciate this part of history. I am still researching this family. Your Friend Stu
|Stuart Woodside||RE: Cecil L. Skolfield|
What happened to you? I have not heard back from you. I was hoping to find out who Cecil's Parent is. I thought you were interested in the family line. Stu
|Stuart Woodside||Cecil L. Skolfield|
#3933475 That is a great photo that you added. He is related to me as all the Skolfield's are related. AS Thomas Skolfield started this spelling around 1729. Thomas was born 1707 Corks Ireland. His father was Richard Thomas Skofield without the L. I would appreciate any other information you have. Sincerely, Stuart
|Bill Vanderpool||RE: James Oliver Linn|
All I remember from when I was at the cemetery years ago was the stand up headstone for the son, a small placque for his mother and I thought another headstone for the father, James Oliver.
It may be the broken one. Don't waste any more time on it, and thank for your help.
|Erlene Best (Bremmer)||Thank you for posting the headstone|
I am working on the Cosgrove family tree. Sister, Antonia Marie Cosgrove is aunt to the my Cosgrove. Thank you, the family will be surprise that we have her headstone, to add to the tree. Erlene
|GCO (Inactive)||RE: Cecil Skolfield|
You'll need to email firstname.lastname@example.org about getting that one transferred.
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