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G47 (#47281148)
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Bio Photo After serving 30 years in the USN, I finally put down some permanent roots when our family including our dogs, Max and Murphy, moved to the Blue Ridge mountains near Hendersonville, NC. Longtime outdoor enthusiasts we're blessed to live in some of the most beautiful country anywhere. One of my hobbies is family research/genealogy. One of my goals for the families I research is to reunite/link as many of their members back together on Find A Grave that I can. So often families are spread over the country. And, as one who has be deployed with the navy many times I'm sensitive to this family separation. I appreciate everyone who contributes to this great endeavour on Find A Grave.
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leslie
Edwin Radford
Hi
You sent me an edit to link Edwin Radford to his father. On his fathers page it shows his wife as Hattie. I have Edwin's mother as Della. Is that still correct or is Hattie his mother?

Thanks
Leslie
Added by leslie on Dec 23, 2014 3:30 PM
Monica
RE: Ellen Greathead comment
I put up photos for the several Bracelands, Richwagens, and Eliz Greathead all marked on the same stone. There were 2 small flat markers nearby that looked like they were part of the same plot: Sir (?!) Jonathan Andrew Miller and Joseph W. Bower, so I also put those photos up, but you'll have to research to see if they really are part of the family. The "Sir" marker was especially odd, as it was right up against the back of the Braceland stone, as you can see from the photo. Good luck with your tree!
Added by Monica on Dec 02, 2014 7:49 AM
Monica
RE: Pix of George Greathead
There was another "Greathead" name on a stone in a different section of the cemetery, with the family name "Braceland" on the front.
Elizabeth C. Greathead 1894-1966 was one of several names on the back of the stone; the others were all named Braceland or Richwagen. Let me know if you'd like a photo of that stone and the others in that Braceland plot.
Added by Monica on Nov 30, 2014 9:20 PM
Sharon Texeira Sabol
Frances Janet Parker Case
Thanks for the link and for the date correction. I had it correct in my computer database but somehow entered it incorrectly on her memorial. She's very distantly related and I'd be happy to transfer if you'd like me to.

Sherry Sabol
Added by Sharon Texeira Sabol on Nov 15, 2014 5:06 PM
Sandra Lennox
Goodwins, Burial Hill, Plymouth, MA
Hello,
Thank you for the edits on the Goodwins, at
Burial Hill, Plymouth, MA. These memorials
were transferred to me. I am currently doing
research to find the information needed.
Take Care,
Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Sep 16, 2014 3:52 AM
Nikki Browne
RE: Thomas Smith
Np, thanks for the background info. That makes sense...I had wondered to myself the connection bcuz there were mainly C.Verdean/Portuguese surnames in that section. I think Thomas' middle name was Cardoza too.
Added by Nikki Browne on May 16, 2014 12:43 PM
Nikki Browne
RE: Matilda Smith
You're very welcome! This was my 3rd time looking for her & almost missed her again. The overgrowth @ the bottom had obscured Smith name but glad I found her. It looked like someone had previously taken great care w flowers & such so I tried to tidy up as best I could but, alas, I have no green thumb.
Added by Nikki Browne on May 14, 2014 8:34 PM
Ron Craig
Lucy Clarkson
Memorial updated.

Thanks,
Ron
Added by Ron Craig on Apr 29, 2014 3:10 AM
Gail Lynch-Walton
Thank you
I nearly cried at your kind works yesterday. I have been having a difficult time getting information added and linked to a couple of people who are very important to me. I actually sent the message asking for this transfer by mistake, thinking it was another plea for another relative. I was very tired and your kind words about getting memorials to their families brought a tear to my eye. Thank you so much for helping me and all of your hard work to get these people connected. I am so very grateful!
Added by Gail Lynch-Walton on Mar 20, 2014 12:24 PM
Gail Lynch-Walton
Arledge
You are a very kind man.
Added by Gail Lynch-Walton on Mar 19, 2014 10:02 PM
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