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|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||Rashley family|
Thank you for the update. Have decided to transfer the family memorials, since you follow them more closely than I do. (Not related, just interested in S. Florida genealogy.)
|Ancestry Sisters||Mother of Arbutus Meeks Williams|
We are researching and in need of information on the mother of Arbutus Meeks Williams and more particularly, the parents of Arubtus' mother, Mary E. Lile. I believe Mary E Lile Meeks' father was William Alfred Risen Lile and Mary's mother was Eliza J Corum.
We are looking for an obit for William A. R. Lile and his wife Eliza J Corum Lile.
If you can help us out, it would be appreciated!
Elizabeth @ Ancestry Sisters
|Crystal Rogers||HELP !!|
Hi I seen a few of my grandmothers realtives on here which are buried with her. Her name is Shirley Stevens-Rogers. She's in the same grave plot as Walter Stevens tombstone with no date of death shared with his wife. If you could PLEASE put her information and photo on here I would deeply appreciate it.
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||Seaman 2nd Class Willaim E. Morrison Jr|
Seaman 2nd Class William E Morrison Jr was a sailor and was killed on 16 July 1943.
he was buried in the temporary American Cemetery Oran (Algeria) in grave I-4-89.
You took a picture of his grave in the Hillcrest Memorial Garden in Fort Pierce, New York.
Do you happen to know on board what ship he was when he was killed,where did it happen, of shore Sicily?
|Susan Parker||Mamie Parker|
I added some info to her memorial but think it has to go through you to update. Would you check on it for me?
|Diane Clobus Dean||Clobus|
Thank you for editing his name.
Ken and Nancy,
Thank you for the transfer
would you know where or if a map of the glades county cemetery at ortona, fl. exists? by map I mean an index & site locater for graves. thanks for any help.
Added by phil on Nov 05, 2013 6:30 PM
|magnificat100||RE: Fred Redshaw|
Thanks for the prompt reply glad to help and you checked it out
|Bill and Barbara Hartley||William C and Marie A St. Clair|
re: memorial #s 67418443 & 67418478.
Hi Ken & Nancy, The 1910 and 1920 Census references shown on William's memorial page appear to belong to a BLACK William C and Mary St. Clair. Our subject people were WHITE and Mrs. St. Clair's first name was Marie. The 1925 New York Census and the 1930 US Census show this couple living in New Rochelle, Westchester Co, NY accompanied by their son William C St. Clair Jr. I am only researching these people because Martin Weybright requested a photo of Jr's grave (which was found unocupied at the cemetery) and I then learned that I am acquainted with William Jr's son Arnold St. Clair who lives in Jensen Beach. Thanks, Bill Hartley
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