|Shirley Bradley (#46964203)|
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I will answer any questions that are submitted. Corrections and updates are always welcome. Please put Findagrave and person's name on subject line so that your e-mail does not get sent to spam.|
In Kentucky, Missouri and other states, I am researching SCOBEE, McINTIRE, BURROUGHS, HOWARD, BROHARD, and others.
In Minnesota, North Dakota, Kansas and other states, I am researching OLSON, JACOBSON, HOEL, KNAPP, and others.
In Pennsylvania and Michigan, I am researching BRADLEY, MURRAY, KEARNEY, KIBLER, DONALDSON, HIPPS, KIRKPATRICK, DIETRICH, BRUSCHITSKI and others.
For my favorite Grandson, I am researching HATCHER, WESTERFIELD, and STREHL/STRAHL in Kentucky and Indiana.
Will be happy to share info.
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|Darlina Shaw||George Orville Scobee Obituary|
I found the following on Hoosier State Chronicals:
Orville Scobee, Morgantown, died Tuesday evening at the Henderson Nursing Home.
He is survived by his wife; one brother, Herbert Scobee, Greencastle; one sister, Zora Beaman, Quincy, and other relatives.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:00 p.m. at the Funeral Home in Morgantown.
The Daily Banner, 15 March 1967
|Laura Hawkins||RE: Photo Request|
You are very welcome. I enjoy fulfilling photo requests.
|EveyBl||#84949251 - Eliza McEntee|
Hi again, I know Elizabeth McIntire Elliott has a grave elsewhere, but I noticed this grave with no dates at the same cemetery as Malvina McIntire Congleton. Do you have any idea who it is? I strongly suspect this is a misspelling of McEntire typical of the earlier deaths. Any thoughts?
Added by EveyBl on Sep 02, 2015 2:44 PM
|EveyBl||#44475286 - Benjamin H McIntire|
Hello, Are you related to this person? I am wondering if the "H" stands for "Howard"... his mother's maiden name. There is a Census record for Howard McIntire living in Fleming Co in 1840, and I trying to determine where he fits in to the family. The record has 1M 20-29, 1M 30-39, 1F 15-19, and 1F 20-29. If Benjamin H was unmarried, and 2nd born, I assume he would be head of the household for his remaining unmarried siblings after the death of his parents. Any thoughts?
Added by EveyBl on Sep 02, 2015 7:20 AM
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Photo Requests - Hipps|
Thank you for your kind words. It was my pleasure to help!
|Michael & Julie Swain||Elmer Jordan Photo request|
WE attempted to fulfill your request today. the section and lot indicated does have 2 stones for the Jordan family. The other Jordan graves in this lot appear to be unmarked. We did take an overview of the lot and have posted that on Elmer Jordan's memorial page. You will note in the picture that there are two metal posts which likely had funeral home markers on them. Sorry we could not be of more help. If you prefer not to have this general picture of the lot, just let us know and we will remove it.
|Linda Claxton||RE: Millikin photo|
Just glad I could help you in your search for family!
|Linda Claxton||RE: Wrong headstone picture|
Sorry for the mix up - the correct photo has been posted. Your memorial, Find A Grave Memorial# 148727398 needs to be deleted. There is no David L. Millikin, the photo is for David L. Lucas, Find A Grave Memorial# 932289. Thanks.
Added by ShaneO on Jun 15, 2015 9:03 PM
|Albert Ledoux||RE: Photo Request - Frances Bradley|
Actually I photographed the entire cemetery last fall and am just now getting around to posting the pics. I should be finished with St. Brigid in a day or two. Whichever of your requests remain fulfilled probably don't exist as tombstones -- OR -- they are among the dozen and half big stones that have flipped to the ground for lack of a footer.
All the best,
Father Al Ledoux
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