|John Russell Pierson (#47258421)|
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If I have any of your relatives listed please feel free to contact me and I will be happy to transfer ownership of your family member.|
You may also use any pictures I have taken and attached for your family ancestry.
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|Mary Harris||RE: # 102279435|
I received a message that you had replied to my query but there was no information of any kind that appeared. Please advise.
|Mary Harris||# 102279435|
For Francs E (Throckmorten) Bower you posted a picture of her headstone. It appears to have been mounted below the headstone of her spouse. Do you have a Find A Grave page for him? If so, what was his given name?
|law||RE: Jack Buchheit|
You're very welcome. He was a nice guy. Married my great-aunt.
Added by law on Jun 01, 2016 12:16 PM
|Terry Herth||RE: Leroy Wyssmann|
You're very welcome! I went to church with Mr. Wyssman at St.Paul's Lutheran Church in Enid and remember him well. He was a great guy!
Thanks, John, for transferring the memorials to Frank and La Velle Lattimore. I've now posted a biography for La Velle and a photo for Frank. I plan to post more info and photos on both.
|marcia scott||bernard louis cooper|
I am Marcia scott. I noticed you have my moher's little brother on find a grave and since he was the only full brother my mother had and also my uncle- I would like to ask if you would transfer the care of him to me . there is also my grandfather Charles Samuel cooper Jr., Mary Elizabeth Cooper, and my great grandparents- Charles Samuel cooper and Anna Rozina(Maltzie)Cooper too. It would be wonderful to be able to take care of all if possible. They are allin the Hennessey Calvary Cemetery in Hennessey Oklahoma.
I hope you understand and I THANK YOU very for all the work done. Please let me know.
|Michelle Holt||Joel Darnell|
I had hoped to get to the Hillcrest Cemetery in Deer lodge when I "claimed" your request. However, my trip is yet to happen. I will claim this request again the day I am going there.
It does seem though, he is in an unmarked grave; also he is also listed as being in the Blackfoot City, Montana, cemetery. Blackfoot City was a bustling mining camp then town in the mid 1860's until the early 1900's. (One of my great grand-father's mined there after his arrival from Ireland. He later cobbled together 1,000's of acres fore a cattle ranch about20 miles from Blackfoot City. The ranch is still in the family--5 generations.) There is nothing left of Blackfoot City.
I went to the Blackfoot City cemetery yesterday. It is quite a climb and in a beautiful location. Unfortunately only 8 headstones remain and Joel's is not one of them. I will post a picture or two from the cemetery area, so if he is buried there, you have photo.
|Linkert||RE: John Hollis|
That's no problem at all. If I can be of any assistance in the future, just let me know :-)
Added by Linkert on Apr 25, 2016 6:27 AM
|J. Byrd||Wilma Watson|
Hello John, I had no idea that this website existed until recently and am so grateful to you for taking the time and effort to maintain it.
I know that several of my mother's family members are buried in Magnolia but have only been able to find information on one, my Aunt Wilma. Does Magnolia have any information online that is not on this website?
Added by J. Byrd on Apr 19, 2016 1:13 PM
|Steve Corbett||RE: Mary Parker|
Glad to oblige.
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