|Robert Jones (#46993278)|
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|Stephen Cantrell||RE: Arthur and Gladys Fleming|
Re: headstone photo, sure - no problem.
|dm wms||RE: Albert Miner|
You're welcome for the funeral notice. Thanks for posting it. I am happy to have added to his memory.
Added by dm wms on Apr 12, 2014 2:59 PM
|Sheila Duplaga||RE: Parker Horner|
Thanks for the update, I may have had the incorrect name his aunt is Harriet Preston.
Hope you are well. Did the Dixon side have a Revolutionary War veteran? Let me know!
|Georgia Cameron||Wonsey Pardee|
France's Wonsey Pardee was born in 1867.
|Louann Brown||RE: Frances|
The person who had it got it from someone else and geve me permission. My tree is public, so I would say yes. (Don't you love when things like this happen?)
|Louann Brown||Frances Ann (McKinley) Grove Harmon|
Hi Bob, Wanted you to know I stumbled across a pix of Frances Ann (McKinley) Grove Harmon. Posted on her find a grave and on my Ancestry Page (Orrison).
Thank you for the transfer
Added by andieno on Jun 13, 2013 9:42 AM
|Bill Ames||Fanny C. Knowlton|
Fanny #33739290 is the wife of #33739198 (Levi Knowlton) not the daughter of Levi W & Amanda (Hollister) Knowlton. They were married abt 1861 and had two children; Arthur and Mary.
|charlotte chipps||rowland marker|
The Rowland marker for Estella and William is so hard to read. It might be better in different light or with a more sensitive camera. I had only one camera with me the day I stopped at Lock Cemetery. It is not that it is so warn, it is that the background and raised lettering has become the same hue.
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