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|I am a 45 yr old female who enjoys photography and geneology. I majored in Sociology and Psychology so it all sorta works together here. I love helping people be able to get the pictures they need to complete their geneology research; and realize we can not always go to where our realitives are resting and in this day and age of technology when all to often it is used for bad things ... I find Joy in using it for good.|
I am in Claremore Oklahoma and am willing to find and take pictures of graves that you may want or need, just let me know.
Dick Duck Cemetery
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|Betty Griffin Todd||Jami|
Hi, Your grandmother, Eula Bessie Griffin, was my half-sister. My dad was married to her mother, Pina Lucille Allison. He later married my mother, Bertha Knowles.
I know it sounds like you do not have much info on your ancestors but I would like to know if your grandmother had two brothers. I have info on Melvin but my brothers tell me there was another brother who also died. If you can tell me this info or have pics of your grandmother, gr-uncles and your gr-greatgrandmother, I would be very grateful. I have quite a bit of info on your gr-grandmother and her family if you should wish to see it. Just let me know. Thank you,
|Abby Normal||RE: James, Jean, and Lloyd Avery|
First, pull up your dad's page.
On it you should find a link that says
[Add Relationship Links].
That will take you to the next page that has slots/blocks to put f-a-g #s in for father, mother, and spouse. There is also a year married slot if the person had more than one spouse, but it's optional and unnecessary at this time.
Put in #s for father and mother. Click the save changes button and that should get it.
Hope this helps.
|Abby Normal||James, Jean, and Lloyd Avery|
I was wondering if you would link your dad, Lloyd, to your grandparents, Jean and James?
Jean's # 20121648
James' # 7550865
|Barb J "John 3:16"||HELLO|
Hi Jami, You are very welcome for the flowers.
Hi. Thank you for accepting my request. You've done a lot to try to find his grave. That is really kind of you. I'm sorry but I don't have information on where Cochran Cemetery is. I think it could be on private property like you said if no one knows where it is. I am having the same problem you are with other graves. Thanks again. Jen
Added by Jen on Jan 06, 2008 3:38 PM
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