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Bobbi Obryan (#46487038)
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Bio Photo Hi I am Bobbi Ann O'Bryan - Hardison a 33 year-old woman who lost her best friend and father on Feb15,2001 this was the saddest day of my life. I love my Daddy so very much.

And love for him is how I found find a grave, I made him a memorial and since found many of my ancestors.
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RE: #5543632 - Cemetery Change
Thanks for getting the cemetery changed. I do not hold the entry for #68247753. You will to contact the person that entered it.
Also, if you are interested in O'Bryan genealogy, please contact me. Just send a message to mt e-mail address.
Barbara Donsbach
Added by BJD on Jun 11, 2011 10:48 AM
#5543632 - Cemetery Change
My brother, Gary Baldwin and I are very happy that you are interested in Find A Grave. I have contributed most of the entries for the O'Bryan Cemetery and he has contributed to several cemeteries including the Davis Memorial Cemetery.

We discovered that your father's entry (Robert Lee O'Bryan, Jr., #5543632) has the wrong cemetery listed. He is buried in the Davis Memorial Cemetery not the O'Bryan Cemetery. We viewed his tombstone at the Davis Memorial Cemetery, Pesotum, Champaign Co., Illinois, and he is buried near his following family members:

His grandfather, Hiram Christopher O'Bryan, 1899-1932, #68195912.

His grandmother, Alma Kemper O'Bryan, 1897-1929, #68197396.

His great-grandfather, William Sheridan O'Bryan, 1867-1948, #52397853.

His great-grandmother, Alta Belle Wampler O'Bryan, 1874-1967, #68194096.

I am sure that you will want to make the cemetery correction for your father from the O'Bryan Cemetery to the Davis Memorial Cemetery. It is very easy to do. Just follow the instructions in Find A Grave. If you need more help, please contact me.

Thank you. Barbara Donsbach
Added by BJD on Apr 11, 2011 8:55 PM
David Godwin
RE: This is my Aunt
If you wish, I will gladly release your aunt and grandmother's memorials to you.
Added by David Godwin on Mar 31, 2011 8:46 PM

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