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EJ Brown (#46578733)
 member for 12 years, 8 months, 23 days
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Currently working on the family genealogy. In my spare time I try to catalog the local cemeteries. If you find any mistakes in the entries, email me and I will correct it immediately.
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Linda Butler
Searcy Butler #10574277
You are doing a fabulous service to all of us unable to 'trot the globe' searching for family. Thank you! My husbands grandfather has been called Searcy Loy forever (he died young), however when I was searching the WWI registration card serial #3226, his signature says clearly his middle name is Loyd (one L). Please correct his headstone info and if you have questions contact me.
Linda Butler
Added by Linda Butler on Nov 16, 2015 8:15 PM
Duplicate memorials
You have two memorials for my relative, Homer L. Baker in the DFW National cemetery. Please delete one of them. I would appreciate it if you would.

Thank you
Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery
Plot: Section 76 Site 1219
Created by: EJ Brown

Find A Grave Memorial# 9350046 &
Find A Grave Memorial# 9336625
Added by Grave_Walker on Oct 06, 2015 10:47 PM
Lisa Hale
Coy Lee (Hamilton) Luellen 10373228
Hi. Coy Lee (Hamilton) Luellen is NOT a Luellen by birth, and yet you have Luellen parents listed for her. I think maybe you got confused as to which person you were working on. From what I can gather, her parents were George Willis Hamilton and Martha Evaline Hodges. Thanks for correcting this.
Added by Lisa Hale on Jul 13, 2015 3:31 AM

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