|Barbi Rumfield (#47327822)|
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Born in Texas, living for the moment in Florida. Researching Rumfield, Rumfelt, Keefer, Thompson and Baker.|
Any pictures I have posted, feel free to use them in you research. If you have information you wanted added to a memorial I have created, please use the edit option and submit the information to me via the suggest a correction option.
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|Crystal Barnett-Sheaves||I could be wrong??|
Thank you for the information!! My relations are Eleanor Rumfield --> Hiram Rumfield --> Phillip Jacab Rumfield --> Heinrich Rumfield.
Please feel free to share any information;))
|Dee||RE: Hi Dee|
No, no relation. Sometimes as I search for my long-lost ancestors, I randomly will leave flowers as a tribute on an unrelated grave as a sign of respect.
Added by Dee on Sep 29, 2014 3:56 PM
|KAREN LOVY||RE: Spruiell Bosley|
|KAREN LOVY||RE: Spruiell Bosly, Sr|
Thank you for getting the Location I will be going there this weekend Karen
|Phil & Donna Whitaker||RE: Daniel Thompson # 14341808|
The information came from the Love County burial records for Decherds Cemetery. Just name and dates available
|kacydg||Amelia Ann Reed Thompson|
Amelia was my great-great grandmother through Willie Bell Thompson West. If you have any information regarding her death (my grandmother says that she was always told that Granny Willie was about 18 months old or so when she died) or any stories about her burial, I'd like to know them if possible. Any information would be greatly appreciated! Funnily enough, my other set of great grandparents from that side also have a similar story surrounding their deaths. My great Grandmother Sarah West is buried in Jesse Cemetery, and her husband Henry J West we think is buried on what used to be the family farm in Jesse. Pretty strange coincidence.
Added by kacydg on Jul 18, 2014 7:26 PM
|Jon Wagner||Thank you|
I just located the grave site of my Great Uncle, Maurice C. Kinsey in the Oise-Aisne American Cemetery in France. You are listed as the contact for the entry and I wanted to thank you for your work. My grandmother visited the grave shortly after WWI but she is now passed away and no one in the family knew where the grave was located. I also did not know the date of his death. I contacted the National Archives and Records Administration but evidently SGT Kinsey's records were among those lost in the big fire. I posted a picture of SGT Kinsey and a photo of his citation from the French Government. Thank you. Jon Wagner, Reno, NV
|Scott P||Caladonia Harriet Davis Bell|
Hi I have a photo request on her Memorial Find A Grave Memorial# 112137287 but no photo so far and as for her Husband I dont know where he is Buried. Scott P
Added by Scott P on Apr 08, 2014 2:16 PM
|Sharon Soileau||RE: Essie Cormier|
Your very welcome.
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