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sorry again, you don't have the memorial for
John Young Holcombe so cannot fix my mistake.
I've sent note to Freda,who does have John's memorial. please ignore my other messages
Added by JD Day on Jul 25, 2014 11:47 AM
|JD Day||RE: Holcombe|
Phillip Holcombe # 29785424 is John Young Holcombe Sr's son and not his father.
So yes, please delete # 29785424 as the
father of John Young Holcombe Sr.
(it makes Phillip listed twice on John's
memorial. The link as son is correct)
Sorry for the confusion.
Added by JD Day on Jul 25, 2014 11:41 AM
I made a mistake on the link for John Young Holcombe's father.
That memorial number is his son, not father.
Please decline as incorrect information
Added by JD Day on Jul 24, 2014 7:30 PM
|Wes T.||McSpadden Falls 113732301|
I am fairly sure I have identified one of your initial-only memorials in McSpadden Falls. A.D.
= Nanie Dirteater. See photo.
Added by Wes T. on Jul 10, 2014 10:06 PM
|Anita Buck Gilbreth||Lucinda Chewie|
Thanks so much for the obit!!! I searched and couldn't find one.
Thanks for the info.
|R Burnett||Cary Eugene Crittenden|
Roberts/Reed-Culver Funeral Home in Adair Co., OK. finally posted Cary's full obit on their website if you are interested.
|Lisa||Virgil William Barnett, Jr.|
Lena Stover Barnett is not the mother of Virgil William Barnett Jr.
His mother was Shirley Lynn Moore Barnett.
Lena was Virgil's 1st wife
Shirley was 2nd.
I am Virgil and Lena's granddaughter.
Added by Lisa on Feb 25, 2014 12:11 PM
|Zoe Tom||Clifford Maner|
I have some questions about Clifford and his family. Can you write me directly? I have connected him to a lady that I am fairly sure was his wife.
I am interest in what you have to say.
Added by Zoe Tom on Feb 05, 2014 10:08 AM
|Fred Whittington||RE: RE Cornelius Whittington|
Yes, That would be wonderful. Thank you for finding his grave. Unfortunately I never met my Grandfather. He passed when my Father was about nine. So for my Father growing up, Some things never got passed down. Only through what my Grandmother knew and what my Fathers Aunt's and Uncles might have known.
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