|John H. DeFord Jr. (#47304722)|
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no individual marker - just the plot stone
Added by Kat on Oct 24, 2013 6:09 PM
|Jay De Ford||De Ford Family|
I realize this doesn't have anything to do with Find A Grave but I have been tracing the De Ford Family for over 50 years and still need help.
Most of my people came from Tennessee, especially the De Fords. Before that , North Carolina. My father, Leland Eldred De Ford was born in Knoxville in 1895 to Absolom W. & Margaret Lucille Garrison De Ford. Absolom's father was Gabriel De Ford, born 1818 in Wake Co North Carolina. I do not know for sure who his parents were.
Do you know of any tie in of your family with the above. If so, please get back to me at email@example.com.
Many thanks for your help. Jay De Ford
Hi John, you are very welcome. I am sorry, but I do not know the plot information.
Added by Pamela on Apr 27, 2013 7:57 AM
|IRISH EYES ARE SMILING||DeFord|
Do you have any DeFord family of Iowa?
I sent an email to you with a pic of the cemetery from google maps. I was afraid it went to you spam folder so I thought I should leave a message here just to give you a heads up.
Thank you -- Tina =)
Added by Tina on Mar 26, 2013 2:44 PM
|Noreen Larres||Harry Baumgartner|
Thank you so much for the photo of Harry's tombstone.
|Raynee Woolfenden||RE: Edmond W Woolfenden, Sr.|
Anna's site is up. Thanks again!
|Raynee Woolfenden||Edmond W Woolfenden, Sr.|
Thanks SO much for taking the time to take Edmond Woolfenden's grave marker photo. It also showed that his wife Anna had passed, which I did not know.
Thank you very much for taking the time to photograph Sam & Carole Casale's tombstones.
Your kindness is deeply appreciated.
Added by c-majka on Jun 13, 2011 3:47 PM
|Pat McKenzie||RE: Grave Photo|
I photographed that marker in 2009. I believe it was near the back of the cemetery (to the left of the church if you're facing the church), but I'm not 100% certain. Sorry, I can't remember better but I've visited and photographed many cemeteries since then.
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