|Nancy Harris||Photo for Mary Long|
Thank you for the photos for Mary's memorial. They look very nice. Looks like Mary has a nice resting place under that beautiful tree.
|Francie Ede||RE: Dennis Vincent Welch|
Mary Roberta Biscopink Welch's memorial is 53488715. She is in Holy Trinity Cemetery.
The picture should be the same as her husband's Dennis Vincent Welch.
|Francie Ede||Dennis Vincent Welch|
Would you please add the picture of the tombstone for Dennis Vincent Welch to the memorial for his wife Mary Roberta Biscopink Welch?
|st6467||Matilda Lilly Hall|
Just wanted to let you know that there is also a Memorial page for Matilda Lilly Hall located at
Created by: Joyce
Record added: Mar 15, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8510091
Along with you memorial
Created by: Pamela Keegan Benich
Record added: Aug 26, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 57736093
Added by st6467 on Feb 23, 2016 12:55 PM
I am also looking for info. About Sarasota County Sheriff Detective Kim McGath, she has been working on a 53yr old Homicide case involving the murder of family of 4. I Think her husband is distant cousin.
Enjoy Winter Haven, it has been in the low teen's here at night.
Were in central Florida? I have a brother south of Datona Bch. for a few months. And I am trying to establish the Identy of: Joseph Patrick McGath 95062075; Linda Kay McGath 95952679 The only other three McGath's in florida are: Joan my wife 60859549 and son Thomas 976034 and I have mine set up, can't wait!
Thanks for your reply and enjoy the time in FL.,had some snow flakes in Bloomington area. this morning.
|1cousnjohn||John Smith Family|
I am also searching for info on Smith Family;
William Hancock 1829 - 1910
Catherine Smith Hancock 1833 - 1917
Hardin Hancock 1837 - 1910
Elizabeth Jane Smith Hancock 1847 - 1879
William & Hardin were 1/2 Brothers Sons of Hardin Hancock Sr. son of William & Sarah Harding Hancock.
Catherine & Elizabeth Jane were sisters Daughters of John Smith Born in Lincolnshire England. And Nancy Jane Mayhall John & Nancy were married 1842 in Washington Co., Indiana.
Any help you can offer is welcome!
Hi Pamela, are you now in Liverpool or living in the US? If people generally lived in Bootle, isn't it almost certain they would be buried in Bootle Cemetery. I am looking for some Cheethams and Gwynnes. Thanks for your help.
Added by AnnMarie on Jan 17, 2013 8:21 PM
Thanks again for your help!!
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