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Helen Farrell (#47128927)
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C Dawson
Fort Denaud Cemetery
Hi. In researching the Dana family, I came across two accounts for the same person at the same cemetery and was wondering if you would consider either merging them or deleting one?

The first is Leroy Oran Dana (listing #52096887) and the second is Roy Dana (listing #58575915). If you look at the headstone pics you posted, you will see they are the same and the dates are all the same. Leroy Oran Dana should be the correct account to keep.

I appreciate your consideration in looking into these accounts and understand if you wish to disregard this request.

Best wishes.
Added by C Dawson on Jan 09, 2017 2:13 PM
B Mowen
Edits
Thanks for so quickly accepting my edits!
Added by B Mowen on Jan 07, 2017 2:38 PM
Mike Evans
Ambrose Niblett
I mistakenly submitted an edit to link Ambrose Niblett to the parents of his wife, Ada Belled Kennedy Niblett. Please disregard the edit request.

Mike Evans
Added by Mike Evans on Nov 16, 2016 8:38 PM
Carolyn Allen
Lee Tillis' death date
Not only does the tombstone have the death year as 1948 , the U. S.Headstone Applications for Military Veterans listed his date of death as 1948 (precisely Mar 10 , 1948 ). That application names Rosa Lee Williams as applicant and was made in 1951 . It is likely she was a family member but does not reveal the specific relationship . Baker's Funeral Home was to receive the tombstone and place it in the City Cemetery which I have learned Woodlawn is one of several sections of that cemetery in Fort Myers . My interest in the memorial came about because another tombstone has been discovered for him with a different month lying in a city park in Columbus , Ms. Columbus , Ms. is the location of Columbus Marble Works which apparently made both tombstones with the correct date one going to the cemetery and the other somehow ending up in a city park lying down and being discovered after all these years .
Added by Carolyn Allen on Nov 04, 2016 8:12 AM
 

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