|Sandi G.T. (#47625780)|
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I enjoy taking photos as well as the research of my family. I try to help out as much as I can with photos and information. This site is a wonderful place to find family.|
Researching my family Gressang, Stanfield, Flory, Showalter, McIlwee, Baker, Vernon and a few others. I have a few friends of the family as well.
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|Capt||RE: copy photo|
Thank you :-)
Added by Capt on Jan 20, 2016 1:33 PM
Hi Sandi, I wonder if you would please copy your photo posted on 80472004 to 91911292. The first one is a duplicate and your photo is much better.
Added by Capt on Jan 20, 2016 11:15 AM
|Pamela Bolinda Pate||Tillman|
Please check but I believe your entries for Jack and Mayme are duplicates for ones previously entered. If so, please delete.
|Lou (Davis) Dedinsky||James T. Flory #23655778|
Hi Sandi. I have been doing some research on James T. Flory and have uncovered the following conflicting/actual information:
His WWI Draft Registration Card indicates his middle name is Tilden and a date of birth as 2 Jul 1876.
His Death Certificate lists his date of birth as 2 Jul 1876 and date of death as 29 Aug 1953.
His headstone would match his first wife, Lillie, and two of his daughters, Lula M. and Margaret.
I'm sending this information mainly because his headstone reads 1882-1953 which is a pretty big discrepancy from the death certificate DOB date.
I can't explain this discrepancy; just wanted you to know.
|Alma Darling||Abner Vernon, Jr|
Thank you very much for Abner Vernon's obituary! It included much information that I hope will help researchers.
|cherwill||Jettie Mae (Walston) Sammons Cookerly|
Her first husband was John Monroe Sammons (F.A.G. #21397935) b: 08 May 1875 Shelby County, AL d: 31 Oct 1949 Pueblo, CO burial: 04 Nov 1949 Anderson County, TX.
Following are her obituary notices:
THE SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN 15 November 1958 Page 10.
JETTIE MAE COOKERLY Mrs. Jettie Mae Cookerly, 73, of 1758 Garden Dr. died Thursday, at her home. A native of Texas, she iived in San Bernardino six years and California 13 years. Surviving are the widower, Chapline G.; four sons, Tollie Sammons, King's Valley, Ore.; Hallie Sammons, Oregon; Finis Sammons, Prestgue Island, Me.; and Cary Sammons, Highland; four daughters, Mrs. Mary P. Nelson and Mrs. Hazel Crouch, San Bernardino; Mrs. Nellie Wright, Grand Junction, Colo., and Mrs. Julyar M. Taylor, Jacksonville Beach, Fla.; two brothers, Ben B. VValston, Houston, Tex., and Larenzo L. Walston, Imperial Beach, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Mary Wiseman, Dallas, Tex.; 15 grandsons, seven granddaughters and two great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Grove Colonial Mortuary. Interment will be in Crestlawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Riverside.
THE DAILY SUN Saturday, Nov. 15, 1958 VITAL RECORDS.
COOKERLY In San Bernardino. CaliT.. Nov. 13. Mrs. Jettie Mae Cookerly. 73: native of Texas, resident of San Bernardino six years. California 13 years. Services 10:3O a.m. Tuesday. Grove Colonial Mortuary. Interment Crestlawn Memorial Park. Riverside. FUNERAL DIRECTORS KREMER FUNERAL HOME Personally Conducted Services.
Added by cherwill on May 20, 2014 2:35 PM
|FRW||Cummings at Pierce Crestlawn|
Sandi thanks so much for taking the time to photograph the Cummings headstones for me. I wasn't expecting the request to be fulfilled so quickly. Thanks for your time and efforts they are greatly appreciated.
Added by FRW on Oct 15, 2012 9:23 PM
|L. A. McGriff||Thanks|
Thank you for filling the picture request -- I'm 1800 miles away so it really helps.
|Chad Kendell||Re: CAMPFIELD|
Thanks for great pictures !!!
On this one: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=43219889 you posted the pic twice. Thanks. :)
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