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William Perhealth (#47183977)
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Walter Montondo
I added a link to his mother, Matilda LaPatra as you requested.
Added by emma on Nov 15, 2013 5:19 PM
Sarah Lucano
Thank you for the correction, her memorial has been updated.
Added by JW on Aug 20, 2013 9:36 PM
Jackie Ayo
David Samuel Pittman and Mary Jane Pittman
Can you tell me where I can get information for where a grave is located in a particular cemetery.

Re: Hill View Cemetery
LaGrange, Georgia
Added by Jackie Ayo on Jul 28, 2013 8:13 PM
Kimberly Proctor
Proctor Family
I was quite suprised to find such detail on my Proctor Family in the area of Clay County Alabama. I am the granddaughter to Wallace and since my grandmothers and fathers (Rodney)passing have lost all connection to that side of the family and therefore lost all connection to that linage.

Thank you.
Added by Kimberly Proctor on Jun 29, 2013 10:27 AM
shelly smith
find a grave id 69920365
i was wondering where you found this information on this..
you can email me at

thanks ~shelly
Added by shelly smith on Mar 29, 2013 8:41 AM
Jackie Ayo
Rock Mills Cemetery
I have an ancestor buried in the cemetery and would like to know if you can give me directions/location. I know it is in Alabama. Thank you.

Jackie Preston Ayo
Added by Jackie Ayo on Dec 22, 2012 3:18 PM
Marilyn Girardi
Hi William
Created by: William Perhealth
Record added: Sep 25, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 42361208

Just noticed you have his name as Benjamin Harrison should be Benjamin Harmon. Would you please change it.

Hope you are doing well, long time since we were in touch, but now seeing you all over the place. I spent 6 months updating all the Randolph Cemeteries and sent them in for posting, only one was posted and it was run together as one sentence and I couldn't get that changed. So decided to work for myself for a while.

You are doing a great job and many beside myself are thanking you, I am sure.

Added by Marilyn Girardi on Jul 06, 2012 4:20 PM
Little Macomber
Why don't you keep them and I can just give you info as I have freetime. I too have them overlap many times. My g-grandmother Christie Montondo Little raised my Dad for a few years when my grandmother died at childbirth. We have never found where Rosalie Montondo Duffany is buried. But you keep and enjoy them. I am on Ancestry if you want the Montondo history. I did extensive research on all of them, and gave a lecture at Jeff. County Genealogical society. So it may help both of us to share back and forth. You could correct any errors i have


Janet Little Fish
Added by Little Macomber on Jul 03, 2012 10:52 AM
Steve Wiederhold
# 69663790 for Ida Mae Juby (Brown-Dawe-Bovee)
Hi – I'm hoping that someone can help me with some additional information for this record ~
I recently came across this ‘Find A Grave Memorial # 69663790 for Ida Mae Juby (Brown-Dawe-Bovee)' and was wondering if there is any additional information about her or her Family? Her first marriage was to Frederick Albert Brown my G-Grandfather (His first marriage was to Mary Etta McQuade my G-Grandmother).

We have been able to trace Mary Etta to her final resting place but we are unable to find anything for Frederick Albert after the 1905 New York State Census. At that time Frederick (Going by his middle name Albert), Ida May and their Son Clayton were living in Lime, Jefferson County, New York.

I am assuming that this was after the Death of Ida Mays' Second Husband George Dawe and before her Third marriage to Frederick Bovee in late 1905?

We think that Clayton Brown may have died in his early 20's in Ontario Canada of a Upper Respiratory Infection after being exposed to Mustard gas in World War I – Not Sure?


Watertown Daily Time
Tuesday Afternoon
31 January 1922

Clayton Brown Dexter. Jan. 31.
Clayton Brown, a veteran of the World war, died January 25 at Kingston, Ontario. He is survived by his mother and step-father; two half-sisters. Miss Stella A. Bovee and Miss Eunice Bovee; two half-brothers, George W. and Perl Bovee of Three Mile Bay; two step-brothers, Fred Bovee of Dexter and Edward Bovee of Evans Mills; one step-sister Miss Marguerite Gilbo of Watertown.


Thanks for all your help.

Added by Steve Wiederhold on Jun 18, 2012 1:03 PM
Andy Wilson
Martha Analiza Hornsby Wilson
She was grandmother to my great grandfather.
Added by Andy Wilson on Jun 02, 2012 9:01 PM
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