Thank you for the information on Linda. Are you at relative? I am transferring management of this memorial to you in the event you have more information to add.
I am not related but took the photo (and added the memorial) while answering another photo request.
Added by KET on Oct 22, 2016 2:04 AM
|Lisa Stalnaker||Jesse Mealy|
I just saw his memorial - that looks nice! (Hope there aren't too many typos). No Mealy relations, but so glad you are related. It's nice to see family members taking care of these memorials. I had family living in Chehalis ca 1900 so I was browsing through some of the old Bee Nuggets. That one caught my eye and I got curious and looked him up on findagrave. So glad you posted it, and hope you enjoyed it. Blessings! Lisa
|Kim and JM Talboo||RE: James Mercer Hess|
I've deleted the wrong card. Thanks for letting me know. I must have been tired. ;)
|Duffie and Kathy||William Joseph "Joe" Daniels|
Bickie, there is no longer a dupe.
|Henry Webber||Naomi Harris|
The cemetery records show date of death as December 13, 1918. I'm requesting for a tombstone photo to see what the date is on the tombstone before I do any changes. The death certificates can have errors as I have found before. Thanks, Henry Webber
|Ann Tomica||RE: Birdena Padgham Lange|
Beckie - thanks for the link. Maybe you have a photo of her and would like to add her obit. to the memorial. What a fulfilling life she led. She must have been a wonderful woman. Ann
|Ann Tomica||Birdena Padgham Lange|
Beckie, I am so sorry to hear of the death of your Aunt. Do you have an obituary you could send me?
Since you created her memorial on here, you alone can link her to her parents.
Hi Beckie! I fixed the Hynes memorial. I just wanted to let you know that his wife Elizabeth is related to my husband. Without my notes in front of me I can't tell you exactly how. My Mother-in-law is a Weisbarth.
Added by AUDREY on Dec 18, 2010 9:20 AM
|Ann Tomica||RE: Padgham|
I've checked my notes on Birdena - is she still alive? I have her born in 1919.
Birdena's grandfather (David Padgham b. 1842 Kent) was the bother of my great-great grandfather, John Padgham (b. 1824 Kent). Since she had no kids, I think that means she would be my 4th cousin once removed ???
The two brothers were part of the 12 Padgham siblings who immigrated to the US.
Have you done any Padgham research? I would have some questions on Bridena's 8 siblings if so.
My Padghams (as far back as I've gone - late 1700's) are originally from Kent, England. 12 siblings from one family came over and settled throughout the US. I have done extensive research on all. My mother was a Padgham who came from Iowa. Don't know if that's enough info for you? Regards, Ann
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