|Nona Forrest Worton (#46501243)|
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I am happy to transfer any of my names if they are your friend or 5th cousin ...I am not a collector of these names and have placed them there for someone to claim. If you have any additions I would actually rather transfer as I do not want to justify your changes.|
I will not make a change for someone I can not communicate with...if you can not be bothered then that is fine I understand.
I am not anywhere near 77018 and travel the USA att and enjoying visiting different cemeteries in different states.
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|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||Manifold at Calvary|
I used a section map to pinpoint his grave - No Grave Marker. Sorry!
Sorry for the confusion. I try to take extra photos each time I fulfill a photo request. I sent the notes for a couple of Millsaps that did not have memorials but were buried next to Millsaps. You are right - you had not requested photos for them. I just thought they may be part of your research.
Please let me apologize if I sounded cranky. I most certainly am not annoyed with you. I usually post the photos at night and as I get more tired my emails get shorter and shorter. I know how much time and effort goes into family research. This website is such a wonderful resource because of contributors like you.
Have a wonderful trip across Canada!! Hopefully I will be able to get to your other photo requests at Forest Lawn before you get home.
|Kathy Salazar||Alvin & Suda Millsap photo request|
Buried between Alvin and Suda is Edna Millsap Webb (1895-1932). No memorial was found. If you plan to create a memorial, please send me the memorial page number so I can post the headstone photo. Thanks for your help.
Plot information: Sunrise Slope, Lot 1806, Space 3
|Kathy Salazar||Addie Millsap photo request|
Buried next to William Travis Millsap (1900-1947) no memorial found. According to cemetery records date of death March 28, 1947. Plot info: Eventide, Lot 2481, Space 2.
If you decide to create a memorial for William, please send me his memorial page number so I can post the grave marker photo.
Thanks for your help
|Owl63||Bernice & Franklin Forrest|
I'm glad I could find them and fulfill your requests. Franklin & Bernice are interred near her parents (her maiden name is Ziegler). I posted photos for Wm E (#18712573) and Eva Green (#18712575) Ziegler and requested Find A Grave to make the linkage from Bernice to her parents. I also asked Find A Grave to change her "middle initial" to her maiden name of Ziegler.
Added by Owl63 on May 28, 2013 7:54 AM
|Beatrice Bennett||REGINALD FORREST|
No, I'm not related to Reginald. His name was in the Tallahatchie County Cemetery Record Book.
Happy Searching...Bea Bennett.
|Dorothea Guinn||The Hale family|
my grand father's mother Nellie Franses Hale and through researching I found that you have entered George Hale in a Hillside Cemetery with his wife Cora May,, I was informed yesterday that his Father is also burried in Scurry somewhere of the few cemeteries there,, I would like to continue on with my research and find proof,, and with the help of my husband we could try and take care of the Hale's of this family,, I have a few years expierence with genealogy and we too have been adding names and references as we find them,, I am on fackbook often and I have had my email address for several years,, it is email@example.com if there is anything I can do to help,, let me know
|Terry Sosebee Dixon||Sherman|
I was a distant relitive of his wife Lizzie.
|Sandra Brookshire Behne||Evelyn Baird|
I would be more than happy to add the locations for Evelyn if I knew where they were. Could you please let me know where they are? Thanks, Sandra
|iowahillgal||Iowa Hill Cemeteries|
Please don't enter any more memorials from the Balmain's list for the Iowa Hill Cemeteries as I am working on these already. In any case, most of them have already been entered if the cemetery is known. If it isn't, then I want to do additional research before creating the memorial.
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