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|Kay Steenerson Franklin||William Lawson Franklin|
Thanks for your work. William Lawson Franklin is listed in Fairview Cemetery. His wife Isabelle was the first person who was buried in what is now called the Fairview/Maguire Cemetery. That was 1904. The family left Tennessee, went to Arkansas and the last census William Lawson was in was Epps, Butler County, Missouri. It is believed he died there. The family then went to Texas and on to Oklahoma. Isabelle and her sons all filled for homesteads in that Noble area. I am K.Steenerson.Franklin@gmail.com
|FamleLady||Re: Memorial 106911351|
You established this memorial in Ogden City Cemetery. The marker reads Ellen Andrews and the memorial is titled Ruth Ellen Pimley Andrews, there is no lot number so I am having trouble finding it. Can you give any assistance?
|Soul Searcher||RE: Ethel Bandelier photo request|
Happy to help! After I wrote you, I realized I found another Howard, b.1893-d.1893, who was not on Find a Grave. I have added a memorial for the baby and a photo as well. He is in the same plot as Ethel. I would be happy to transfer him to you if you would like. Just holler! :)
|Soul Searcher||Ethel Bandelier photo request|
Your photo request for Ethel Bandelier has been filled along with photos for Elvin, Emma, Etta Jane, Harold, Henry, & Paul Bandelier and Adele Bandelier Webster, and Norma Bandelier Yoquelet.
|David Metcalf||William Harold Balls|
Thanks for your assistance
Thank you for providing a photo of James Cornelius's grave marker. I appreciate your time and effort.
Added by Willy on Aug 26, 2014 11:21 AM
|rcreh||wow, thanks|Added by rcreh on Aug 10, 2014 7:16 PM
|LynxCat||RE: Magdalene Meighen Kearney|
You are welcome. I am glad to help.
Added by LynxCat on Aug 05, 2014 3:37 PM
|G Brown||RE: Henry Calhoun Gans|
You are welcome. It was my pleasure.
Added by G Brown on Jul 31, 2014 6:07 PM
|William & Mary Kelly||RE: Ina Mary Harter Beard|
It was a very nice day to capture some good images.
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