|Rheba Dec REDUS Currier (#47025761)|
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|I am an avid genealogist with especial interest on the names REDUS, RANDALL, WARD,WEST, BONHAM, Goodwin, RISNER, Cotter, Currier, Hoos. Keep detailed history of all individuals. Love "Find A Grave" as I've traveled many miles to get gravestone pictures! |
Delight in finding an "old-ones stone" or records, thanks to internet.
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|Edna||RE: Forrest RISNER|
Forrest Risner is buried in Logan Risner cem on Odgen KY near Hindman KY Knott co
was (m) to Sally Scott
s/o Hagan Risner and Rena Gayheart
Edna "Owens" Risner
Added by Edna on Dec 13, 2014 4:30 PM
|Misty Blankenship||RE: 103589103 Cora Jean Azzaro Kilgore|
Please go to the memorial and send your request for transfer from there and include your Find A Grave contribution number for easy transfer.
|LeAnne Amox Goudeau||Merge|
Message from you to me...
Rebecca Melissa Jones (Bennett) Mixon
#36541076 and #21290651 must indeed be the same person. This explains my troubles tracing her. Abner Bennett was my ancestor.....have my permission to merge information. Rheba Dec REDUS Currier
If I knew how to merge I would. LOL
Just sending you an inform.
|Virginia Brown||RE: Cotter family|
If you are related to a Cotter/Risner & can add more information to the bios, other than links, I will transfer if you request it from that specific memorial.
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||RE: Masonic emblems|
Dear Mrs. Rheba Dec REDUS Currier,
Maam you dad and mum must have been wonderful souls. As you well know but many do not..in the OES both Men as well Woman may belong to it.
On the Masonic symbols on here they have some as well on Masonic sites of local and Grand Chapters. You may copy mine (on here left click, add to scrap book) then use them as your flowers.
Many still do not know they have to ask to join the OES , Masons, etc.. Some States do have differing ages also to join. IMHO One day it shall be made uniform.
I did leave a Shriner and Masonic emblem on your dads memorial. You may want to mention things in the Text message on it as it shall and will, IMHO, benefit many.
I did try to inter link a few of your family/kin. Having them now interlinked is a great benefit to you, your family and all trying to navigate and pay respects to them .
Please add me as your friend. On Find A Grave too now.
GBY < :>< ~~
Jonathan Robert De Mallie
Are you on Ancestry.com?
My GGfather is James Newgent Cotter son of Francis /Frank Cotter born 1830 and Elizabeth Newgent Cotter . Francis Cotter is from Canada and I found info on Canadian roots. Francis Cotter born 1830 I believe his dad is Francis Tahatonne Cotter Sr 1787-1852 who has a Brother Nicholas born 1789 and his parents are Nicholas Cotter and Margret Hill Bryant with Mohawk Indian roots???? Does any of this seem correct to you? I have lots of info on Ancestry.com if you are not a member I can invite you to my site and you should be able to look at all my info if you have an Email address.
Added by Stacey D on Jan 13, 2014 4:37 PM
|Karin Lange||RE: Albert Reynolds|
I checked the directory, and she is not buried in the cemetery under that name. Any chance she remarried after his death?
|Virginia Brown||Sallie Cotter|
I believe her maiden name was Dawson according to the names of two brothers in her obit.
Two brothers, Cooper Dawson of Anderson, Mo., and Lofan Dawson of Sunnymead, Calif.
|Sharon Risner||RE: can't make contact!|
The address I have on find a grave is correct. I don't know why you cannot reach me. I will post for you.
email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
My mailing address is
Parma, Michigan 49269
Hope this helps.
|KE Tuttle||RE: Fraternal Emblems|
Free Graphics...also, I was a member of IORG/OES, as was my mother, mother-in-law, grand-mother-in-law...Mother is Amaranth and White Shrine. Most of the men in our family are Masonic.
When I find someone Masonic on a memorial, I post the graphic in honor of their membership and that of my dads/granddads etc.
(Amaranth is from their public website. It is just for the ones with such on their headstones.)
If you would rather these be removed, I will do so. There were times in history or in certain places that these were not vell accepter or displayed....and we honor that too.
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