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|Francis A P||pls respond to my msg|
Like more info on burial site of Gen blaine
|Desertthorn||FYI, I found this in the FAQ section|
Can I add an obituary to my interment listing?
Please do NOT add newspaper article or obituary scans. The photo section is reserved for headstone/grave photos and possibly a portrait photo of the person, if that photo is owned by you
The reason is because obituaries often list living relatives and children and some relatives get very concerned about that.
If you could just copy and paste the info and remove the names of the living, that would be wonderful.
|Francis A P||Ehpraim Blaines burial location|
I would like to get anymore info you have that you would like to share on his burial place. Several internet sites say it is The meeting House Cemetery at Carlisle ,PA . You posted it's a cave in Middlesex. It is 3 miles east of Carlisle.
Having been such an important figure in Carlisle and colonial times, I am curious why facts are hard to ascertain.
I am at "firstname.lastname@example.org "
|Patricia Taylor||Isabella Carmichael Donaldson|
I cannot recall if I told you or not that I found info at the DAR Library in Washington, DC, that Isabella Carmichael Donaldson, daughter of Daniel Carmichael and wife of Andrew Donaldson, died in Decatur, AL, and was buried there. She was on her way back to TN from MO. She and sons, William and Daniel, and their wives had moved to Jackson Co, MO in about 1844. William, his wife Lucinda, and Daniel died and are buried there.
Cark Latimer is Clark Latimer. Vicki
Added by GMACC1 on Mar 13, 2016 2:24 PM
|GMACC1||Laura Latimer-Silver Lake Cemetery|
Laura Latimer died 1947, buried in Silver Lake Cemetery Portage, WI Vicki
Added by GMACC1 on Mar 13, 2016 1:51 PM
Your very welcome. They are direct descendants of my husband. Andrew Chamberlain and Mary Cardwell. Son Jeremiah and spouse Martha Widows. Julia Katherine Chamberlain and Patrick Henry Gray. Retta Jane Gray and George Addison Moody. William Clifford Moody and Mildred Ruby Elizabeth Scott. Virginia Lee Moody and Ralph Hardy Bice. Then my hubby Hardy Ralph Bice and myself Gail Farey Bice. One of my favorite lines. Actually the whole Grainger County, Tennessee families are my favorites.
Added by Gail on Oct 08, 2015 8:30 PM
|Annette Bradford||Ninian p. Wallace in Cedar Hill|
I added another Ninian Wallace thatbinphotographed today and his wife Flora. I can transfer them to you if you like.
|Leo York||Eppy Lea/ New Gray Cemetery,Knoxville|
I have added Jane D Lea as a spouse. She is buried next to Eppy and I see on a record you posted she is listed as a widow. Do you know her maiden name? What more information do you have on Eppy Lea. He operated the ferry near my home. I would like to know more about him.
Added by Leo York on Aug 12, 2015 5:24 PM
|Noemi Figueroa||Photo of Smith Barton Chamberlain|
I am the producer of a documentary film on the 65th Inf. Regt. Smith Barton Chamberlain served with the 65th during the Korean War. We maintain a Photo Gallery at www.borinqueneers.com/soldiers of soldiers and officers who served in the 65th. We would like to add Smith's photo as a tribute to his service with the 65th. We ask that the photo be submitted in high resolution (at 300 dpi) and preferably that he be in uniform approx. in the time frame that he served with the 65th. If you wish to discuss further, please feel free to contact me at (914) 739-3989 or write to email@example.com. Thank you for your kind consideration to this matter. Noemi Figueroa Soulet
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