|Ann O'Malley (#47985533)|
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I'm retired and drive a lot of dog rescue/ transport miles. My usual routes are west from Little Rock, AR to Tulsa, OK and up through Kansas City to Iowa. If I can help you with your pix, do let me know---as you can see, I'm very mobile.|
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|Woods||Helena Ann Davenport|
Thanks for photographing the grave marker for (Helena) Ann Davenport. It looks like, after all, Mrs. Davenport was probably not a centenarian, since her death date is clearly not 1966, as her FindAGrave entry states. Looks like 1936. I noticed that someone has already put in an edit request to change one of the dates already. If that was you, then thanks again!
Added by Woods on Dec 30, 2016 10:40 AM
|Annie Duckett Hundley||RE: Sorry! Re: Andrew Jackson White|
You're adorable in the way you express yourself!
|Jan Bennett||Bonnie J. Andrus|
I went through my messages and found the woman who sent me the information. This is a memorial she contributed #96689122. If you go to that memorial, you will find her name at the bottom as contributor. You can click on her name and message her.
Hope this helps.
|Jan Bennett||Bonnie J Andrus|
Mary - you might try to contact contributor 48689119 who gave me the information which I included on Gertrude's memorial.
|Jan Bennett||Bonnie Jewel White Fields Andrus|
I have no information beyond what I have placed on Bonnie's memorial. The 'correspondence' you mentioned was suggested by someone who contributed what I included on the memorial of the trip to Montana by Bonnie and her children.
I photographed the entire cemetery in St. Ignatius, MT in 2013, and as I always do, attempted to find as much information about the individual as I could. Everything I know is on the memorial including the mention of what I don't know.
I wish you luck!
|Dave Robison||RE: Calhoun, Lee and others|
Yes, researching here in New England, we run into "consort" all the time. The other term you'll run into is "relict" which simply means the surviving spouse: "...relict of John Smith..." for example.
Old Bones Genealogy of New England
|Dave Robison||Calhoun, Lee and others|
Ann, Thanks for the corrections. Help is always welcomed and appreciated!
|Rita Wehunt-Black||Drury Logan|
Thanks for making me aware that my memorial for Drury Logan was a duplicate.
|Nickole||RE: Albins family|
Your most welcome. I love doing this and I enjoy hearing from people when my works helps them. If I can be of any further help locally, please let me know. I will start by review local cemetery burial records for more Albins to see what I can find. All the best, Nickole
Added by Nickole on Oct 15, 2016 5:18 PM
|Linda Dukes||Sina Elizabeth Hastain/Hastings|
their first child Joseph D was born August 1874(not 1875), 10 months after they married on Oct 26 1873.
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