|Jason Cockfield (#46926605)|
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Sorry, I don't know the location of the grave. I saw on the death certificates that she and some of her other family members are buried there. The surviving descendants don't know location of grave sites for those family members either.
Added by Angel on Feb 08, 2014 9:02 PM
|Heather Hargis Kiser||RE: Gerber|
You're welcome. I am still working on the rest of the Gerber family that you requested. I'm hoping to go on Saturday.
|Tracey Creery||Thank you|
Thank you for adding the tombstone pic for JL Brasington. I added him as Minnie Alexander's father.
|Bill Waters||Isaac Sewell "Ike" Camp|
Thanks for the info and Pictures
|Donna L. Tolliver||Gerbers|
Jason...all corrections complete and all memorials transferred to your care....Peace...Donna
|Donna L. Tolliver||Gerber 1974|
Corrections completed and transferred to you....Peace....Donna
|Anna O'Quinn Richter||Harriet Boykin corrections and photo|
Thank you for correcting her name and posting the grave photo. I really appreciate that.
|A. I. Carroll-Zimmer||Cora Lee Stone Jackson|
I have changed her name from Alice. Kornegay funeral home records had her listed as "Alice", but the death certificate says Cora Lee Stone. Sorry for the confusion.
|Judy Nation||Alva J. Rush,Jr.|
Alva was born on 13 Mar 1924 in Kershaw County, South Carolina. His plane was shot done in the Sea of Japan. His records of that event are on Fold 3. I have just added a picture of him onto the Honor Wall of Fold 3 that was in the Camden,SC, paper when the family was notified that he was missing in action. When I found the official report, it was the 1st time that any of my family knew exactly what had happened to him.
|Anita Wages||William Lanning|
Jason, would you like for me to transfer the memorial for William Lanning to you?
~ Regards, Anita
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