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|Mary Ellen Sappington Good||RE: Aletha Gray Shannon|
No thank you.
|Nancy Moore||William John Wallace|
Thank you for the memorial you created for William and his wife Josephine. How did you find the names of his parents?(I already knew their names but what a help it would have been if I had not Known them) Would you know of a way to find the maiden name for his wife Josephine?
This is my husband's family!
|john haines||Sy Blake|
I didn't think that our forces were in what is today North Korea so I could be wrong.
|lloker||Grace Kiser 57021628|
Do you know her maiden name?
Added by lloker on Jan 29, 2015 10:23 AM
|Louise (Bruman) Dice||RE: Orson Stearns|
Appreciate it. Thanks!
|john haines||Memrials at Blake|
Many intended as memorials only and located as close as practical with the loss of landmarks.
|BrideyLight||Elevzio and Mary DeCarli|
Greetings Roanne Lyall: I have posted photographs to both Elevzio's and Mary's memorials, including a lot shot to show their location. Also, both of their memorials now have GPS links, so their location is well-documented. Would you kindly remove their cemetery drawing which shows their plot location? Hopefully, someone from their family will wish to upload photographs into that space. Kind regards, Bridey Light
|C Golden||RE: Death Notice you added|
By golly, it does say NY as a birth place. Wrong again. His father was the son of an English immigrant, born in Kerhonkson, NY and moved to the Midwest by 1871, when he married his bride. This was in Ottumwa, IA, where the deceased was born. I missed that error, too. He died of chronic carbon monoxide poisoning as an auto mechanic. They just didn't know to take health precautions/wear protection in those days. Thanks, again.
Added by C Golden on Jul 20, 2014 8:26 PM
|C Golden||Death Notice you added|
#66324561 - James A Hawkins
Thank you for adding the notice. It is partially incorrect, as notices of today can often be. Yes, he left Nebraska, but not as a child with his parents. He moved with his new wife and older sister (also buried in the same cemetery). Their father had been killed about four years before in a terrible tornado. Soon after they settled, his brother's family moved to the area and brought the widowed mother, and her mother.
I wonder who provided the text? That would be an interesting tidbit that is lost to time. Thank you!
Added by C Golden on Jul 20, 2014 9:02 AM
|BrideyLight||RE: Elvezio DeCarli|
Thanks for adding their information! ~ BL
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