|Sherry Morefield-Gregg (#46906001)|
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|Steven Tynan||RE: Thank you for the Bisbee photos!|
You are very welcome.
I was wondering why Mr. and Mrs. Payne were buried in the middle of the two Bisbee couples, but then I saw that Mrs. Payne and Mrs. Bisbee were sisters.
|Jerry W. Ferguson||RE: Corbishley|
I'm happy to help; after I sent the original note that I couldn't find the Corbishleys I was afraid I would never find the person who needed the photos. I'll keep searching for the Willisamsons.
|Jerry W. Ferguson||Corbishley|
Today I added photos for Martha, Henry, and Joe Corbishley in Rankin Cemetery, Pope County, Arkansas. Earlier I had sent a note saying I could not find grave markers but I continued to search and found these three. Were you the person wanting these photos? I lost the name of the person who requested them.
|Joe Skorupa||RE: Kimballs in Wyuka Cemetery|
You're welcome, I'm glad I could help!
|cameron7454||Josiah James Morefield|
If you are a descendant of Josiah James Morefield, I'd appreciate your contacting me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I have some information regarding Josiah's Civil War service that I would like to share with his descendants.
|James Coughlin||Mabyn Morefield Armstrong|
Sherry, could you send to me the pictures that you have uploaded of the Morefields / Armstrongs in the Cedar Grove Cemetery? Hopefully the originals have better resolution. My niece Clarissa Maybn would like a picture. You can find my email address when you click my link.
|James Coughlin||My mother-in-laws grandmother; Mabyn|
My mother-in-law Evelyn Mabyn BURNHAM is located near by her grandmother. Thanks for the picture.
You have me in your heritage tree and I was wondering from what direction we may be related...sadly there are sides of my family I don't know well and haven't seen in a decade so I'd be interested in knowing.
Added by Joshua on Jun 16, 2013 8:42 AM
|mwodonnell||RE: Thank you so much!|
The cemetery is located on a small hill just east of the town of Ollie which is now an old ghost town which is located on the plains of southeast Montana, about two miles from North Dakota state-line. Best, Mike
|James Stair||Peter Starr|
Can you tell me who this Gentleman's Parents's Are ??? I think we may be related if his Father is Joseph "Stair" Starr (5 Oct. 1769)-(1840) ..
Joseph was born in Penn. & Died In Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, USA ... Thank-you ...
Note: Peter is buried in The Poplar Log Cemetery, Freedom, Barren County, Kentucky, USA ...
Jim Stair ...
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