|Ms. Clyde (#46994776)|
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I have no problem with transfers; so don't be afraid to ask. I am a "people person", so I enjoy adding memorials, to record not only the location of a person, but also their existance and anything else I can about that person.|
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|ranny||William Rhea O'Guinn|
Thanks for the links!
Randy O'Guin, ranny 47208269
Part of my One Name Study of the O'Guins
Added by ranny on Apr 17, 2014 4:25 PM
|Michelle Donati||Calvary Cemetery, Newmarket, NHy|
I live in Newfields, NH, near Newmarket. I'll plan on taking photos for you in mid to late May when the grass has turned green. I didn't claim it yet on Find a Grave, because the commitment is to take the photo within 14 days and I think I'll probably do it the week before Memorial Day.
Please email me around the 18th with a reminder to claim the photos and go take the pics.
|Jeanne Hinds||Jack Blackwell|
Ms. Clyde, You left a note on LTC John D. "Jack" Blackwell's memorial page referencing his ten year battle with cancer and dying at home. Did you know him?
|Sara ||Brian Sutcliffe ...|
I am in shock ... He was my friend. I just don't know what to think. I can't seem to find any more about the circumstances of his death, if it was accidental or what. Do you know how I can research the circumstances of a death any more than this small article? Thank you for posting it.
Added by Sara on Apr 16, 2014 10:34 PM
|Leilani Lucrisia||Faye Cherrier|
Hi Ms. Clyde:
I completed your request. I appreciate you giving me the information. It's so nice to remember all the wonderful people who are now buried at the Arlington, WA cemetery. Leilani
|Deoisso43||Mary Harriet Bixler Naughton|
Dear Ms. Clyde,
I'm a Japanese filmmaker who conducts research on the Seelye family, especially Rev. Julius Hawley Seelye, president of Amherst College. You posted a portrait of Mary Harriet Bixler Naughton, granddaughter of Rev. Seelye and daughter of Julius Seelye Bixler, president of Colby College, who visited Japan several times.
For the reason mentioned above, I would like to contact one of their descendants. Should you have contact information of any of Mary's four surviving daughters, I would like you to send a note to me in Tokyo: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your help.
Thank you for contacting me, but I don't believe they're the same as there are 2 different plots noted and 2 different entries on the records. One had dates & one did not.
|joe harrington||Fred Cheffer|
you were right there was 5 dupes of which i deleted. i didn't realize when i had walked into st. rose cemetery from mound grove. thanks for pointing them out
|Jo Ann Anthony Burke||Daulton Hugo Anthony|
Was born 4 August 1927, in Illinois.
He was the 3rd born son (of 4) of Shelby Roscoe and Pearl
Lee (Ames) Anthony.
Thank you for your work. My Aunt Lela was a
wonderful, Christian woman. She was well loved and
admired. She and my Uncle Daulton were deeply
|Leilani Lucrisia||Grace Harris|
Your request is complete. Please review the updates to ensure I annotated everything correctly. Thanks, Leilani
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