|Emmett The K (#46772628)|
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I live in the New Kent County, VA area after having spent most of my adult life in Norfolk, VA. I graduated from Maury High School and Old Dominion University. I enjoy photography, wine making and genealogy. I also realize, as Oscar Wilde noted: Life is too important to be taken seriously.|
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|shirley childress||walter coleman|
I'm looking for Walter (howard) Coleman .He is my great uncle Born 1900 to Joe & Dora Coleman in Blackstone, or Bellfonta or Wilson small town together.Va. He left home and no one hear from him in the rest of there life.My great Aunt Lillian called him the black sheep of the family. ? What is black sheep? I don't understand. What that is.?.He had a sister name Helen.If this is not him. How can find out on him? any help would be greatly appreciated.. Thank Shirley
|Carole Alden||Thank you|
Thank you for taking a picture of Mount Pleasant Church Cemetery. I have family buried there and was hoping that you would allow me to use a copy of your picture. I would give your name and that you posted your picture here at Find A Grave. Thank you. Carole Alden
|kathy coffee||RD Sellers|
I am looking for the grave of RD Sellers in Forest Lawn Cemetery. He was born December 9, 1940 and died January 4, 1998. I believe he is buried in the Avenue of Flags section. I am completely disabled and home bound, but I am hoping that I will get to at least see a picture of his grave. Do you still take pictures of individual graves in the cemetery? Mr. Sellers' wife Doris Dare Sellers may be buried in the same cemetary and I would also like a picture of her grave. I do not believe that she is buried beside him and may, in fact, not be buried in that cemetary at all. Doris died in 2006. Thank you. KathyTCoffee@hotmail.com
|House Of Proctor Genealogy||Photo Authorization|
I would like to request authorization to use your photo of Forest Lawn Cemetery on my non-profit personal website www.houseofproctor.org/genealogy.
Of course a reciprocal link would be added to your collection.
Your consideration is apreciated.