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Kyle (#46548697)
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Bio Photo I was raised in Hamilton County, IL and am a funeral director in White County, IL. I enjoy spending time going through cemeteries and cemetery records in my free time.

Please feel free to use my photos for your trees and websites (as long as you are a contributor who does the same for others.)

I am more than willing to transfer outside of the guidelines as long as you are a contributor who does the same for others and the memorial is not one of my family members
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Tom Denardo
RE: Honig
you r welcome. Hes in block 50. I looked around him and DID NOT find any other Honigs
Added by Tom Denardo on Mar 30, 2014 5:28 AM
Reba June Cox Harper
Hi Kyle,
Thanks for the correction of Reba's first name. I have accepted your edit. Thank you also for the wonderful headstone picture. Your help is much appreciated.
Added by AZLITE on Mar 22, 2014 6:13 PM
Walking Dead
Oh thank you !!!! Lloyd is still so excited ! Love him like he was my own blood and not by marriage. He and his son and DIL visit us periodically. Really good people ! You will like them. My MIL was a Corlee and Marshall was her cousin. I found them through my love of genealogy a few years ago. They live in Oklahoma, not too far from us.
Thank you again !

Added by Walking Dead on Mar 06, 2014 5:15 PM
Walking Dead
Thank you for your quick response ! I gave Lloyd your email and he gave it to a cousin and he will also give it to his son Mike. Lloyd is the only child of Osie and Marshall. He's so excited that I found you and your info ! If you don't mind, may I print out your photo of Lloyd's uncle James Rawls and wife for him to have ? He remembers Jimmy and can tell you about him.

Maryetta Little
El Reno, OK
Added by Walking Dead on Mar 06, 2014 3:33 PM
Walking Dead
Hi, my husband's cousin is soon to be 91 and his mother was Osie Rawls, who was married to Marshall Carey Corlee. If you are kin, please contact me, so maybe his son Mike and you can connect and exchange info. My husband's cousin would love to hear more ! He's almost 91 and sharp as a tack and loves genealogy, but doesn't use a computer, like his son does.

Added by Walking Dead on Mar 06, 2014 12:01 PM
Terri Snyder Satchwell
RE: Catt
Thank you sincerely for the transfers and the photos! I am excited to see that the name Catt reads clearly on Job's stone, that will clear up a lot of confusion!
With Gratitude,
Terri Snyder Satchwell
Added by Terri Snyder Satchwell on Feb 18, 2014 7:10 AM
Natalie Smith
Hi, you created a memorial for Lydia Vandervort, in Hamilton County, Illinois, in Rawls Family Cemetery. You had added an obituary and it said that her husband survived her. His name was Barnett Vandervort (also spelled Vandivort and Vandevort). He is not listed as being buried there with her, but I assume he would have been. Do you know anything about him? Do you have access to any local records in Hamilton County that might shed light on his death date?

Thank you!
Natalie Smith
Added by Natalie Smith on Dec 29, 2013 8:53 PM
P Holland Mackey
Thanks so much!
Thank you for checking Downs' inscription for me! I appreciate you for taking the time and making the effort to help! I hope to take a vacation some time to see the cemeteries for myself and the area where so many of my family lived their lives. Perhaps we could meet. Anyway, I will certainly claim you as a sister in Christ!
Many blessings at Christmas and always!
Added by P Holland Mackey on Dec 11, 2013 9:18 PM
Please see the caption on the photo for more info on the lot.

Added by Kathie on Nov 26, 2013 5:45 PM
C. Bryan
RE: Tyler Wilkerson
You're very welcome. Beautiful day here, in the 80s. Quiet area for Ty.
Added by C. Bryan on Nov 13, 2013 5:05 PM
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