|Pepsi Willis-Maxwell (#47038073)|
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I am Pepsi Willis-Maxwell, mother of two amazing teenage daughters and wife to a wonderful, hard working, amazing man. I started this journey in search of my relatives and realized that there are so many people like myself who are in search of their relatives and that they live in a different state then the states where their relatives lived and are buried which makes it difficult for them to go to those cemeteries and take pictures, leave flowers, or just ensure that their relatives' headstones are in good condition and still standing. I spend about half my time walking around cemeteries with my two teenage daughters looking at headstones and clearing them of whatever maybe on, over, or around them if need be. My girls enjoy helping me with this and are a great help. They enjoy reading the headstones and seeing the old and new headstones. I hope I'm raising my girls to be respectful of the living and the deceased. My daughters perfer to clear off the babys' headstones which is fine with me and if they find a really old headstone they like to put shaving cream on them and then squeegee them so that the headstones are legible, no worries we clean them off well and ensure they are cleaner then when we arrived at them.|
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|Harold willis||harold e willis jr we are related|
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|Suzanne Wood||Harreta South Reynolds #31810115|
This is my great great grandmother. We know she is buried in the Amity Cemetery according to her death certificate. We do not know where in the cemtery she is buried. Where did you find any info on her? Is it in a book somewhere or another record? Her actual name is Harriet. I have been there many times and cannot find where she is buried.
She also has a sister buried there. Elenor South Harris. She is the 2nd wife of John Harris. He had at least 4 plots and we are thinking she may be buried there and possibly Harriet. We need to have the opportunity to dig down enough to see if there is a headstone but do not know who to contact or if they will even let us do it.
|Randall Kelley||Charles "Skeeter" Willis|
Skeeter was my uncle, married to my dad's sister, Lois Kelley Willis. There is no date of death for Lois on her memorial site. I believe she died about 2 years ago. Phyllis Jean, Skeeter and Lois' daughter, died a few months before Lois. I would appreciate any information regarding the family, particularly Phyllis' daughters.
I noticed you are puttng pictures and messages on the Urton sites of being a great grand daughter, etc. I am doing family history for a friend of mine and she is a cousin to these people, so she has found a relative. Who are your parents and grandparents so we can see where you tie in at? I love finding people that are alive to talk with about family history, so hope you get back to us.
Nancy Berntson. My friend is Sharon Ryan, her mother is Mildred June Urton.
|Silver Spark||Myrian Williams|
I would be happy to but as I don't know who they are you will need to send the memorial # via the edit button.
|imagal49||RE: Lou Tudor Maxwell|
You're more than welcome - this is a fantastic resource, well worth making whatever small contribution we can to expand the data base.
Added by imagal49 on Jul 10, 2010 10:26 AM
|Jean Pinick||RE: Thank You|
Thank you very much for adding the information for the entries. The east section doesn't have Row information so they are all filled in as #. Which you probably wondered about. What you have is OK. Thank you again.
Could you please do a photo request for me? Also feel free to contact me through my regular email at email@example.com regarding the CRITES family.
Your Graveyard Buddy
Added by Sandy on Jun 07, 2009 7:27 PM
|Sandy||RE: Gladys Evylin Crites|
That would mean we are related!!!! Gladys would have been my husband's grandmother sister. She died when she was two years old. Let me know if there is anything I can help you with.
Your Graveyard Buddy
Added by Sandy on Jun 07, 2009 9:14 AM
|Kathleen Fleury Bilbrey||Hi|
You are very welcome anytime.
I know how it feels to have interments transfered now that we are able to do that , I have been trying to check over what I make in way of interments to see if there are any families who are leaving flowers but are shy from asking to transfer so when I find them or others that make suggestions that could be family I try to transfer the interment over to them.
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