|Leo Ivey||Thank you!|
Thank you for the listing on S B Harrell (my grandfather)! Finding the location of his grave was important to me!
Added by Leo Ivey on Oct 02, 2016 2:07 AM
|Martha Box||#84650207 James Skinner|
I would like to know where you got the information for James Skinner's parents. You have them wrong. His father is #85586354 Willie B. Skinner. His mother is #85586351 Elma Lucile Cherry Skinner. James was the same age of my sister. I lived in the same community with the Skinners. I knew who my neighbors were. His parents are buried in the same cemetery with James. His parents are not Reese and Ada Skinner. They are buried in a cemetery in Florida. Please do your research and get information correct before posting it on the Internet. Thanks for changing James' parents.
|Ed||Thank you for so quickly adding the obituary to Ellen McKenzie Tutte|
Ellen's daughter had originally posted her mother's obituary. We thank you for adding the obituary to Mrs. Tutte's Find a Grave entry. Thank you for adding her originally to Find a Grave. It is a pleasant surprise, and one for which I'm always thankful, when someone kindly adds a loved one so that her life is commemorated in this public forum. Thank you for being so conscientious!
Added by Ed on Nov 14, 2015 1:19 PM
|Natalie Clark||RE: brother|
Thank you so very much.
|Natalie Clark||Memorial# 32538948|
Please transfer Memorial# 32538948 to me. He is my brother. Thank you for all of your hard work and contributions to findagrave.
|Natalie Clark||RE: Clark marker|
what do you mean by plmk?
|Kevin Brock||Thank you for the transfer|
Thanks for the transfer. I really appreciate it.
|Kevin Brock||RE: children|
Thank you very much for the reply. Please transfer the site to me and I will update it with the appropriate information.
|elaine holloway||regard James William Brock mem#28397465|
I am looking for a photo of him. Know as "Will"
Brock. He worked in saw mill in Westville
district in Holmes County Fl. in 1900. He became
range rider and worked with the state of Florida
to eradicate Ticks infestation in cattle.
He met with a untimely death when in 1927 he was
shot while assisting the local sheriff in seeking
to question the shooter, know to him, regarding
the welfare of one of the shooters children.
He was my grandfather.
|Nancy Yankie Sidarous||Francis (Fannie) Davis|
Thank you for this transfer, and more importantly for your generous and valuable work. Kindest Regards, Nancy
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