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Karen DaPra (#46799206)
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Phil & Kathi
Fadely
Sorry it took so long to make the transfer. I have a very strange work schedule and I just noticed the email and request.

Take care!

Phil

Added by Phil & Kathi on Dec 14, 2014 1:34 PM
Nicki Sullivan Brown
18233011
Walter Wilson Brown Sr. was married to Bertie Thompson Brown in 1908. If you look at the grave marker, you will see the name of Bertie. This is my husbands grandfather or Pa Brown as the kids called him. Bertie died in 1974. And just to clarify, Walter W. Brown Jr was married to a woman named May. If you could transfer this to me, I would appreciate it. Thanks so much. Nicki
Added by Nicki Sullivan Brown on Nov 29, 2014 9:14 PM
Jacqui P
William Andrew Taylor
Maggie Perry Taylor was the 2nd wife of William Andrew Taylor. His first wife was Margaret J "Maggie" Honaker,1855 - abt 1919, daughter of Osker F Honaker and Mary Ann Reese. Married 28 April 1878 in Giles County, Virginia,they were the parents of John William Taylor, Sarah E. Taylor Martin, Mary Jane Taylor Ernest, Thomas Andrew Taylor, James Milton Taylor, Annie M Taylor Davis and Daniel Edward Taylor.

William married Maggie Perry Hamptom on March 23, 1920 in Mercer County, WV.
Added by Jacqui P on Nov 28, 2014 6:51 PM
Jessica✿
Rowden
Hello, I seen you had control of Martha and Clyde Rowdens memorial and I was wanting to know if you was related to them? Bc I am and wasnt sure if you might be a cousin or something.

Have a good day.
Added by Jessica✿ on Oct 18, 2014 8:21 AM
Robyn Brewster
Bellemont Cemetery
I should have looked to see if you were also maintaining Homer's parents. Could I also have them transferred? William is #100654412 and Elizabeth is #100654472.

Thank you again.
Robyn (47479927)
Added by Robyn Brewster on Oct 03, 2014 12:04 PM
Robyn Brewster
Transfer
Karen-
I was wondering if you would transfer Homer (18235698) and Maggie (18235700) Shields to me? I am planning to be up there in the next two weeks to do research and to visit their headstones (hopefully good weather :).
Thank you.
Robyn (47479927)
Added by Robyn Brewster on Oct 03, 2014 11:59 AM
Deb
Ella May Grubb Shurtz
Hey Karen, a relative is trying to contact you about Ella. Are you still here and active? If so, check out the message just below mine on your profile page. Thanks, Deb
Added by Deb on Sep 28, 2014 4:44 PM
Terry Reigel
Ella May Grubb Shurtz
Hi, Karen,

I sent you an email on the 23rd about Ella May Grubb Shurtz, memorial # 18235716 and haven't found a response. Did my message get lost in a spam bucket or something?

Terry Reigel
Added by Terry Reigel on Sep 25, 2014 6:34 AM
Shannon D.
John Oldis
Per your request, I have transferred his memorial to you. So glad that you have more information for him and can make the memorial more complete.
Added by Shannon D. on Sep 17, 2014 1:14 AM
Denise
Parents of Eliza Cope
I believe that she is the daughter of Jacob (b. 1812) and Hepzediah (b. 1811, unk maiden name)
Added by Denise on Sep 09, 2014 8:23 PM
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