|Al Johnson (#47442150)|
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|I am the son of Harvey Johnson & Marie Belford. Nemo Belford is my grandfather.|
I was born and raised in Minneapolis, but settled in Virginia after I was discharged from the Navy, in 1964.
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|Lauren Greene ||Myrtle Helen Smith|
I am writing to you because my family and I are trying to find my Great-Grandmother who was named Myrtle Helen Smith and was born in approximately 1905 in Virginia. In 1929 this Myrtle Helen Smith had an illegitimate child who was given up for adoption (my Grandmother now deceased) and we are wondering if the Myrtle Helen Smith Hans in your family tree might be the same one. I have searched the 1910 censuses in Virginia and there appear to be only three Myrtle Smiths born in 1905 (one whose middle initial does not match) https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MPP6-RYC. If you have any information on Myrtle Smith Hans I would love to speak with you. My contact information is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you so much.
Wow, Al. you did a wonderful job on their stones!! Looks real good! I removed the one I took and had put on Prudence's grave, so just your good ones are posted!
Added by Janice on Oct 02, 2012 8:42 AM
|Janice||RE: Thanks for your help!!|
Great! Glad you were able to get it done before the snow flew!
Added by Janice on Oct 02, 2012 8:35 AM
|Janice||Wilkie place of burial|
Oh boy, I think - drive in main gate, drive straight ahead, and they are not on end road ahead, but one before it, right at the corner (would be on your right side of car. Whew, found my notes: they are in Block 15, grave 11. You will see a mounted board, and there is a cemetery map... look at it, and you should do just fine. He is the one to left, if you are looking at her grave, poke around, as completely covered with dirt and stuff. A knife and small garden shovel would be a big help to you.
Added by Janice on Sep 25, 2012 2:36 PM
Not real great, I am afraid, but was almost covered over with dirt, and her husband is next to her with over a inch of dirt and stuff covering. Had nothing to dig with, so if you go, take small garden shovel or something. I dug hers out by hand. Should of done better, sorry.
Added by Janice on Sep 21, 2012 4:45 PM
Thanks so much for the photos
you might like to check out memorial # 94315124. He was a railroader. I got information off his death certificate here in Missouri. may or may not be related to you..Mike in Missouri
Added by JMW on Jul 27, 2012 8:00 PM
|Joyce Nance-Woodcock||RE: Ira Goodman|
You're very welcome; it was my pleasure.
Thanks memorial changed
|Steve Edquist ~In Memory Of Aaron & Scrappy~||RE: Thank You|
Your welcome Al and glad I was able to help you out.
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