|Pat Watkins (#45031825)|
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|I want to place a lasting memorial to my ancestors. I am one of the genealogist in our family having been at it for about 4 yrs. As I try to reconstruct their lives every bit of information I find gives me a clue to recontructing their lives. Family love is powerful...|
For the those I did know my heart overflows more so and the need to tell their story is very strong.
Family names: Armstrong and Nelson of Escambia AL,MS, LA and TX, Blanchard, DeLavallade, Randolph and Thompson of Plaquemine,Bayou Goula, New Orleans,LA, Harris of Starksville MS, Jackson of Woodville MS,Dove, Lyman, Hanshaw, Williams, Satacher and Smith of Ocean Springs,MS.
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|Deb||RE: Sid Armstrong|
Glad to have FINALLY found their marker for you!
Added by Deb on Mar 28, 2013 5:14 PM
|Leslie Buehl Price||Vivian Williams Watts and Deorise A. Shelton|
You are very welcome.
|Linda Ellis||RE: Adell Fleming's online Memorial|
You're very welcome. I hope it helped in your research.
|Kevin Quattrin||RE: Rudolph J Glover's Headstone Photo|
|Ann Nash||RE: Jules Seymour|
Your Welcome, I had to wait 2 weeks for the other volunteer to run out of time. I was out at the cemetery the other day and saw Jules Seymour and took pic just in case. I wish I could find the other request out there but I believe there is no hope.I always look for them once in a while. Anyway glad to have helped. Ann
Added by Ann Nash on Aug 11, 2012 2:08 PM
Linked to his parents. Thanks so much.
I will trust the info and add it, since it was a family member who provided it. Thank you so very much.
May I ask where you got the Cemetery information? I am very picky about entering information unless it is documented.
|GLENN||ROBERTA HEBARD IN L.I.N.C.|
I got the picture you requested for Roberta Hebard in L.I.N.C. She's buried with her husband Earl. Note that the memorial has two typos. The plot is 2R (not 2Q) and her middle initial is "B" (not "D").
Have a good one...Glenn
Added by GLENN on Jun 16, 2012 6:24 AM
|Cindy Neureuther||RE: Samuel DeLavallade Memorial Page|
Glad to be of help!
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