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Carol Taylor-Lanza (#46572807)
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Bio Photo My hobby is genealogy, gardening and just being outdoors and scrapbooking. I have three sons, two step-daughters, three step-grandsons, 1 step-granddaughter, and a special little "granddaughter" puppy that we love like crazy. Recently we became "Great-grandparents" to a wonderful little girl, Emma. I was born in PA but I now live in OHIO. My husband's father's family are part Sicilian & part Swedish/my husband's mother's family came from Wisconsin with mostly a German background but also English and Irish too. I don't have enough time to devote to my research since going back to work full time but I try to add to my tree and work on other's family trees whenever possible. Some of my family are from: Ireland, Germany, to West Virginia & PA.
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RE: Phyllis Jean Washburn Pollock
Hi Carol,
Just got an email from Audie, here is what he answered "I have also heard that my Mom's middle name was Julia. But, after getting all her paperwork after her passing last April, all I have seen is Phyllis Jean. I have attached a PDF of her Death Certificate. But I also have her marriage license to my Dad in 1945; my birth certificate in 1949; marriage license to Jimmy in 1964; in fact every document I have has only Phyllis Jean. I don't have a copy of her birth certificate, but I don't think that matters at this point. Her name was Phyllis Jean (Washburn, Mills, Pollock)."
I think maybe she did change her middle name.
Added by Pollock38 on Jan 20, 2016 7:48 PM
RE: Phyllis Jean Washburn Pollock
Hi Carol,
I emailed Phyllis' son, Audie Mills, and he sent me a copy of the info he got from Oklahoma after her death. It said Phyllis Jean Washburn. So I don't know if she changed it from Julia to Jean or what. I'll email Audie again and see if he knows anything about Julia.
Phyllis married my brother, James (Jim) Pollock, so I was her sister-in-law.

Sorry it took me so long to answer.
Added by Pollock38 on Jan 20, 2016 2:21 PM
Bobbie Dillman
RE: Photo of Freeman C. Miller
I have so many things going on. I can't recall a photo of Freeman C. Miller, but if I posted it you my certainly use it.
Added by Bobbie Dillman on Dec 10, 2015 5:43 AM
Ancestor Searcher
RE: Freeman C. Miller
Yes, please feel free to use the photo. Have a blessed Thanksgiving.
Added by Ancestor Searcher on Nov 25, 2015 11:43 AM
Thank you....
Please add the bust photo of him and also the photo of him and Shirley to my other memorials of him.
Added by ShaneO on Jun 06, 2015 7:26 PM
Check it out 146604655
Our dedication service is next Sunday!
Added by ShaneO on Jun 06, 2015 1:39 PM
Jan Dahlquist
Elizabeth Taylor #32597857
there is another memorial for her (#96983732) with the same tombstone photo, but in Melrose Cemetery. Her death certificate says she was buried in Melrose Cemetery. ??
Added by Jan Dahlquist on May 16, 2015 8:15 AM
douglas kimberlin
RE: Arthur Herron
You are most welcome to use the photo.

Added by douglas kimberlin on Apr 26, 2015 7:33 AM
RE: Alexander White
I'm sorry, I don't. Good luck in your searches! Take care.
Added by kellybean on Mar 31, 2015 6:39 AM
Alexander White
Hi, Carol! Good to hear from you. There is a military marker in Macedonia: A.E. White. I'm transferring my memorial to you as I see you've already made one and mine is technically a duplicate. You can view the cemetery reading at:
Take care.
Added by kellybean on Mar 30, 2015 7:04 AM
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