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Cathi Clore Frost (#46854785)
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Judy K. Roberts
RE: Margaret Virginia Lowers Harter
Parents are added, thank you!
Judy
Added by Judy K. Roberts on Dec 25, 2015 7:24 AM
GenealogyJoan
Infant Wilhoite
The parents of the infant in Wilhoite Cem. have been corrected to Anna and William, Thanks for noting it, please, if you will, go back and re enter your flower. Thanks so much. GenealogyJoan
Added by GenealogyJoan on Nov 16, 2015 12:42 PM
Alice Morton
Hello Cathy
I e-mailed back and forth with you a number of years ago about the Germanna Foundation.
This time I am needing some help from you regarding a Ava Jane Clayton you posted on Findagrave.
My interest is in her parents Rolla and Lulu Clayton.
I am the Historian/Genealogist for the Laurel Grove Cemetery in Eugene. We have a number of babies and small children buried at Laurel Grove that states on their death certificate or obituary that they are in the cemetery even though we have no record of them being there. I am in the process of adding them to findagrave with the understanding they could possibly be somewhere else (although I doubt it). One of these babies is a Bert/Berl W. Clayton parents being Bally and Lulu Clayton. I am wondering if perhaps Bally is a printing error for Rolla. The child was born 12 MAY 1912 and died 10 Nov. 1913. The Clayton family did live in Linn County in 1920. Bert/Bert was born the year after Melvin was born. Do you have and information that may help me with this child?

Thank you, Alice Morton
Added by Alice Morton on Aug 16, 2015 8:57 PM
Helen Sharpe
RE: David Sills Cemetery, Nash County, North Carolina
Cathi, please contact me personally at Turn1104@aol.com.
Added by Helen Sharpe on May 31, 2015 1:56 PM
Cecil Fred Marsh
John Marsh
Did this John Marsh have the siblings:

Joseph 1615
Grace 1616
Mary 1617
Lydia 1620
Samuel 1626
Hannah 1635



I have found both John Marsh 1618-1688 who immigrated to the US in 1635 along with Samuel Marsh 1626-1683 who immigrated to the US in 1641. They appear to be brothers and I found them both listed in the Immigrant Ancestors book written by Frederick A. Virkus.

Please Advise

Fred Marsh
Added by Cecil Fred Marsh on Sep 12, 2014 4:38 PM
Erin Dent
Edson family
Please link child 15152639 thank you
Added by Erin Dent on May 26, 2013 6:38 PM
CryptoGram
RE: Della Clore
LOL, Cathi...either way, you're very welcomed! And I was happy to have been able to get out in the sunshine and find her for you!
Added by CryptoGram on May 20, 2013 6:40 AM
Don Blauvelt
James Eno duplicate memorials
Cathi,
There are three memorials for my ancestor, James Eno, the Windsor, Conn. immigrant. Two of them you created on the same date and have the same material, but with different gravestone images added by different people. The one with the best gravestone image is your memorial # 15174002, which has an existing link to one of his three wives. The other, # 15174016, contains no link to anyone. I would appreciate if you would kindly delete your duplicate memorial # 15174016.

Thanking you in advance.
Added by Don Blauvelt on Mar 03, 2010 9:08 AM
Grave Digger
Margaret Johnson
b) 13 Nov 1830 in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD she was married to George T. Bond in 1852

I appreciate this being added.
Sincerely,
Marsha
Added by Grave Digger on Jun 27, 2008 8:11 PM
 

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