Kathryn Their's a willie J Booth on the right side of headstone I just sent you.
|Anonymous||Photo of Headstone|
Hi Kathryn, I just up loaded a photo of Milo Booth and others that are on Headstone. BillyPhipps.
|Armstrong History||John Spencer 22578150|
Hi - I came across your flower on the memorial page for John Spencer buried at the Spencer Cemetery, Parke Co, Indiana and wondered of you are related? Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking forward to hearing from you. Many thanks! We are related through James Spencer's (1764 - 1837) daughter Mary Spencer (1808-1850). Mary Spencer married James Warrick (1802 - 1867) and they finally settled in Iowa. James was born in KY, moved to IN, and then settled in IA.
|Joanne Coyle||Francis Marion Coyle|
Kathryn, what tree branch are you descended from? My line is Francis Marion, Joseph Henry Coyle, Francis Thomas Coyle.
|wayne||RE: Elva S Stinson|
Thank you very much. Perhaps I didn't say that I'm not related, but I feel like I know these Millers and Stinsons because my dad grew up with them and talked about them in his many stories. Some years ago I did a book on my folks in Lincoln Co., stories told by my dad and his siblings. I see in the index for Stinson that Charlie, Leota, and Otie are mentioned.
One never knows, but often the middle initial in a woman's name stands for her maiden name.
Added by wayne on Sep 16, 2013 1:59 AM
|Dale & Corinne Wise||sponsorship|
Thank you for caring! Our past and loved ones are very special - Gail Wise Gittens
Thank you for sponsoring the memorial for Alondo. Since I'm not related and your husband is, I've transferred the memorial to you.
Added by ladyN70 on Sep 10, 2013 3:06 PM
|Nicholas W||Violet Weerts|
Thanks for sponsoring the memorial for my Aunt... are you connected to her family?
Thank you for sponsoring his memorial. It is a very kind thing to do.
Added by Kat on Jul 04, 2013 10:55 PM
|Janice Bellis Pennington||Sarah McMullin|
Kathryn, thank you for sponsoring the memorial page for Sarah McMullin. This is so nice of you to do this for Sarah and her husband George.
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