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|John Mallory Land||Bond Cemetery|
Bond Cemetery (Riceville Road, Saucier, Harrison Co, MS) and Col. John Bond Cemetery (McHenry, Stone Co, MS) are the same cemetery and almost all of the graves have duplicate memorials. You have posted cemetery photos to both. Can you tell me which location is correct so that they can be merged under the right one? Thanks - John http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&GRid=34551983&MRid=46870015&
|Pat Delk Henley||Eva Therrell Delk|
Thank you for transferring my father, Walter H Delk to me. I have corrected his date of birth and added his obit.
I am requesting that you transfer my mother, Eva Therrell Delk #49650777 to me also. I am the only living daughter of my family.
How do I post my sister's name, Jewel Christine Delk Adams who died in 2012 to my parent's page?
Thank you so much for your help.
Patricia Delk Henley
I thank you most gratefully for the Wescovich & DeLancey transfers.
With kind regards--
Added by FMB on Feb 17, 2014 10:04 PM
|Mary Joy||Elbert R. Dillard|
Please change first name on this memorial from "Albert" to "Elbert." Memorial #50066618. Thank you. (Sorry about the above two. Don't know what happened).
Added by Mary Joy on Feb 08, 2014 7:30 PM
Foster is my cousin (2nd, I have his obit and a pic. If not let me know I'll send to you to ut on.
Added by Dan on Sep 08, 2013 2:59 PM
Thanks for adding what I have sent. It is nice to see the story behind the person and their family. Barbara
Added by Barbara on Aug 22, 2013 12:36 PM
Thank you for adding this link.
Added by Barbara on Jul 28, 2013 11:16 AM
Many thanks for making the changes.
|Milton Jenkins||Frederick JV LeCand|
Theresa, I sent you a cleaned-up copy of Frederick JV LeCand's head stone via your private email account. He should be listed as Captain Fredrick J.V. LeCand. Thanks "T"
|Milton Jenkins||Capt. Frederick J V Lecand|
This portrait is from the CONFEDERATE VETERAN, Vol. 15, nO. 9 (Sept. 1907), P. 419. LeCand was born in Natchez, Miss., on Jan. 13, 1841. During the War Between the States he served in Company G ("Natchez Fencibles"), 12th Mississippi Infantry, and was wounded at Seven Pines and Chancellorsville.
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