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Brad Hall Sr (#47232348)
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Bio Photo I'm in my 40's and a disabled U.S. Navy Veteran. I have been working on my HALL family tree since I became disabled in 1994.
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Ashley Armstrong
RE: Memorial number 119511417
Hi Brad,
Thank you so much for the update to Arlene's memorial. I these Halls are your relatives, I'll be happy to transfer them to you. Have a great day!
Added by Ashley Armstrong on Nov 02, 2014 2:51 PM
Bonnie Hood
RE: About Mrs. Mildred Virginia (Kistler) Hall Smith, Burial info.
I tried to find their graves today but no luck yet. That's the veteran's section, and the numbers on the plot map don't go above 346. I'll try again.
Added by Bonnie Hood on Jun 27, 2014 10:22 AM
Bonnie Hood
Mildred Smith request
if you can call Crown Hill Trumbull County OH and get the section and plot # I will try to get your photo. They want to charge me $5.00 since I'm not related.
Added by Bonnie Hood on Jun 25, 2014 12:03 PM
Velma Burr Giddings
Velma is my great-grandmother. I noticed you listed her as your second cousin, would love to know more.

Tami E.
Added by Tami on Jan 26, 2014 3:17 PM
Rebekah Billings
John Paul Reid Memorial
I'm happy to make the connections you requested, but please send me the request from the edit tab on the memorial. Thanks
Added by Rebekah Billings on Jan 18, 2014 6:20 PM
Leon Edmund Basile
RE: Beggs & Cobb
I am glad you found them. Although none of my ancestors worked there, it seems like almost everybody from Woburn had ancestors who did. The name of Beggs & Cobb is still legendary here. If you are interested, you can go to the Woburn Historical Society website and click on the DVDs they have for sale, and I think they have one on the Woburn Tanneries, and it probably includes much on Beggs & Cobb. Before I sign off, thank you very much for your service to the Nation.
Added by Leon Edmund Basile on Jan 16, 2014 12:34 PM
Bonnie Hood
RE: Ellsworth Ellis Hall Headstone
You are very welcome, Bradley! I'm glad you got them. I just wish you could see the stone with 3 names better.
Added by Bonnie Hood on Nov 07, 2013 7:16 PM
Bonnie Hood
RE: Ellsworth Ellis Hall Headstone
You are welcome! I did send you about 6 photos that I took... Monday evening.... I sent them to your e-mail address as you requested. The one with 3 names is hard to see the writing ,though, because of the distance to get the entire stone. if you didn't get those photos, I will send them again.
Added by Bonnie Hood on Nov 07, 2013 11:06 AM
Betsy Caposell
Emiline Rigby Hall
Please link her to her parents, Thomas Rigby (mem. #119708968) and Elmira Squier Rigby (mem. #119709095).
Added by Betsy Caposell on Nov 02, 2013 5:16 PM
Edda Meinikat
Your Uncle
Dear Bradley, I am very sorry for not having replied any earlier, only today did I stumble across your note left in March (shame on me) in which you asked whether I knew your uncle. Sorry to disappoint you, but the answer is no. I have never been outside Europe so far. Might change one day. Anyway, I do hope that you will find some more answers regarding your uncle. Sending you kindest regards. Edda
Added by Edda Meinikat on May 11, 2013 8:06 AM
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