|Frank Everett (#2353053)|
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|Lila Myers||Shirley Ann Amon|
Thank you for transferring this Memorial to me and thank you for your work on Find A Grave.
|Cuda72 72Cuda||RE: Dallas Patrolman Joe Marshall Smith|
Hi Mr. Everett,
Thank You for your reply.
As you may be aware, within 2-minutes of the shots that killed President Kennedy, Dallas patrolman Joe Marshall Smith encountered a Secret Service identification-flashing "agent" behind the grassy knoll, near the picket fence (even though ALL, Real SS Agents went to Parkland Hospital). Patrolman Smith also smelled gun smoke near that picket fence. Later, he left the Dallas police department and was rarely interviewed the balance of his life.
Could you, Please, share with me at DRoberdeau@aol.com a contact phone number or email address for your Uncle, so that I can contact him with your permission and your "heads up" to him, so I can learn from your Uncle what patrolman Smith may have shared with him?
Thank You for your help.
U.S. Navy CWO3 (Ret)
|Cuda72 72Cuda||Joe Marshall Smith|
Good Day Frank,
Did you know the Korean War U.S. Navy Aviation Ordnanceman Second Class veteran and 11-22-63 Dallas police patrolman Joe Marshall Smith? (or any of his living relatives?) http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=56885285
Thank You in advance.
|Jacquie Beveridge||RE: Angeline Beveridge|
Thank you, Frank. Aunt Angie is still alive so we don't want to rush her having a memorial here! Thanks for all your work!
|Diane Gravlee||RE: Joseph Gravely|
Sounds like you need to just go directly to administration at Find A Grave and see if they can help you, especially if you feel deegraver is now inactive. They are usually helpful in these situations.
|Jacquie Beveridge||Re: Everett Beveridge|
Thank you so much for all your work in creating these memorials!
I noticed in the information for Everett Beveridge that his sibling, Angeline Beveridge, b. 1919, isn't listed.
I hope you can add her.
Jacquie Smith Beveridge
|Guy Shaw||James Calvin Wood 134802897|
Please link James to his mother 57143378 Carolyn Wood.
Added by Guy Shaw on Aug 24, 2014 1:45 PM
|Orville Jenkins||RE: D. Q|
Thanks very much. Orville
|Orville Jenkins||RE: D. Q|
Thanks very much, Frank. Best wishes in you work. Thanks for your efforts in preparing the photos and the memorials.
Would you mind if I put your photo of Queen's grave monument in my genealogy? I don't have any other photos for her.
|Orville Jenkins||Name of D Q Burke|
Hi, Frank. I got the Find-a-Grave notice that my suggestion for change had been declined. We can see that the actual engraving on the gravestone itself has D Q, not D O. There is a clear curling tail on the bottom of the circle.
In the 1880 census in Van Zandt County, Texas, it is spelled in cursive Q like a large 2, in formal cursive style.
This is consistent with family and record information on her name, Diannah Quennette Gaylor (Gayler/Gailer). The Burkes are kin to my wife's family McSwain in North Carolina, Arkansas and Texas. Family sources.
Census records and family information records her name as Diannah (or spelling variations in the censuses, like Duanah in 1850) Quenette (also spelled Quinnette and variations). Her nickname was Queen.
She was the wife of Francis Marion Burke (Find A Grave Memorial #96637170, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=96637170), who was born in Cocke County, Tennessee, and served in the Civil War. They married in Jefferson County, Arkansas, where his family moved after 1870.
Francis M. Burke
Bride's Name: Quemette D. Gaylor
Marriage Date:26 Aug 1873.Arkansas Co., Arkansas
-- Arkansas, Marriages, 1837-1944, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FQG6-P8D
They moved to Van Zandt County, Texas.
1880 Federal Census, Sebastian County, Arkansas, 9 June, Marion Township, District 179, page 17, Hse/Fam #158
Burke, F M W M 37 Head Farmer TN TN TN [b abt 1843]
Burke, Quenett D J W F 36 Wife Keeping House MS TX TX [abt 1844]
Burke, Bessie W F 5 Dau Single TX TN MS [b abt 1875]
After they moved to Texas, they divorced around 1895, (I have not found a divorce record), and he married 17-years-old Nora Wilson in 1897. Francis and Nora lived in Upshur County, where he died some time after the 1900 census.
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