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Patches (#46828384)
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John Ival Blair
Radke family at Greenfield
Dear Patches,
I am interested in the Radke family buried at Greenfield cemetery. They may be my wife's relatives. Can you tell me anything more about them? It is possible that Max Radke was my wife's great great uncle, her paternal grandmother's mother's brother. Max and Martha were living in Brooklyn circa 1890, and my wife's grandmother was born there in 1887 to John Williams and Mary Radke. Not many Radkes in New York, and the cluster of four of them at Greenfield, the older of whom lived in Brooklyn contemporaneously with my wife's grandmothers birth, is striking. Unfortunately I have worked for at least an hour and can't find anything else about Max Radke.
John I. Blair
Arlington, Texas
Added by John Ival Blair on Mar 26, 2013 6:07 AM
Judy Malone
John Calvin Cranford tombstone
Dear Patches,
Thank you so much for taking time to photo and add the tombstone of John Calvin Cranford.
My name is Judy Mainord Malone from Henderson, TN..(in West Tenn) and I have just started doing research for my ONE and ONLY grandchild. I have been so fortunate to find other researchers that have already done the heavy work. I am 62 and I used to do research, so I can appreciate all the long hours, eyestrain, headaches, not to mention the financial costs that comes from research with all the copying & traveling & buying books, etc.
So..I do thank you very much! And it is such a clear photo..
Judy M. Malone
Added by Judy Malone on Mar 31, 2011 12:40 PM

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