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Vivian Smyda-Blank (#47371008)
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S Meyer
lundholm
Thanks for info

S meyer
Added by S Meyer on Apr 23, 2014 1:41 PM
Geo Clinton
Davis
Thanks for the links to the parents. Geo
Added by Geo Clinton on Jan 16, 2014 10:05 AM
Lorraine S
Re: Edward Bailey
Thank you!
Added by Lorraine S on Dec 24, 2013 4:22 PM
Judith Cartwright Morris
RE: Memorial for C. V. Searcy, Grady Cemetery
Deal! Thanks.
Added by Judith Cartwright Morris on Sep 14, 2013 2:18 PM
Judith Cartwright Morris
RE: Memorial for C. V. Searcy, Grady Cemetery
Good grief ... that was a BIG typo. Not sure where the 1904 came from. It should have been 1874!

Well, don't worry about it if you aren't really handy to the cemetery after all. I'll contact the County Clerk's office in Curry County and see what they might be able to tell me. (I hope they were keeping death records in 1908!)

Thanks for responding so quickly! If I learn more through the County Clerk's office that would lead to any editing on that memorial, I'll let you know!

Added by Judith Cartwright Morris on Sep 14, 2013 1:42 PM
Judith Cartwright Morris
Memorial for C. V. Searcy, Grady Cemetery
I was really startled today to spot your memorial for C. V. Searcy, wife of J. A. Searcy.

Have long been searching for the actual death and burial place of a great aunt, Geneva Viola Nixon Searcy, who (unproven yet) died, giving birth to a stillborn baby, in Ellis County, Texas 29 Jul 1907. She was born 10 Dec 1904 and was living in Ellis County, Texas in 1900.

There are such close similarities in all the information on the tombstone (date-wise, and we all know how those date can be "off" if a grieving spouse is providing the details. From what I can make out on the tombstone photo, it appears possible that the letter C could actually be the letter G.

My wild imagination has the little family (J.A. Searcy was a farmer) going to New Mexico in search of more land to farm... etc. If you live there in Grady (it appears you've done a lot of work in that cemetery!) would it be possible for you to look personally at that monument to be sure whether the engraved name is C. V. or
G. V.? The possibility is very exciting to me, and I know I'm grasping at straws, but ... Would appreciate this if it's at all possible for you to do it! (I'm stuck here in Austin, Texas, or I'd drive over to the cemetery myself)
Added by Judith Cartwright Morris on Sep 14, 2013 11:55 AM
Clint Dunn
Ida Baragar Memorial# 46701055
Thanks for all your wonderful work for Find A Grave. I have made the additions to this memorial.
Clint
Added by Clint Dunn on Aug 26, 2013 7:32 PM
Donell Mills
Sula Mae Hughes
attached parents as you requested.
Added by Donell Mills on Aug 11, 2013 4:05 PM
James Redus
Ruby Marie Redus
Do you know if Ruby Marie Redus, wife of Homer Onel Redus is actually buried in Grady City Cemetery? There is also a marker for her in the Maysville Cemetery in Oklahoma.
Added by James Redus on Jul 21, 2013 9:47 AM
Sherry
RE: Billie Odell Clayton
No apology necessary - just going through the graves and noticed it.

Thanks!

Sherry
Added by Sherry on Apr 18, 2013 11:51 AM
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