|Craig Shea (#46491968)|
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|Gray Hawk||Evelyn M. Webb|
Hi, Thank you so much for the picture of her head stone.
Have A Blessed Day
Graham S Webb Jr.
|Terry and the Pirates.||Michael DeWayne Parish|
And, thank you for these wonderful photos as well.
|Terry and the Pirates.||Loyd Eugene Parish|
I've been on vacation. Thank you Craig for answering my request for photo taking and sending these wonderful pictures.
|Brenda Holt Jordan||Leotis Warren Richardson|
Thank you so much for going to the trouble to get a picture of this headstone for me! I really appreciate it. Now however, I'm more confused that I was. The name given on Find A Grave italicized Warren as if it was a maiden name. However, the dates are June 5, 1921 and Sept. 25, 1923. This looks as if it was a child who lived just over 2 years, not a woman who had married. I'll have to investigate this further. My husband's grandmother was a Warren and from this buried (as well as my mother-in-law) in this area. I was hoping to find more of her relative. Thanks again for your help.
Thank you kindly!!!!
Added by amaliet on Apr 22, 2016 5:54 PM
|Mary S.||RE: Bummy and Lolly's folks|
Thanks! I thought Find A Grave had finally fixed that glitch, but apparently not.
Added by Mary S. on Aug 16, 2015 1:31 PM
|Mary S.||RE: Sarah (Hoyles) Warburton|
I'm adding information to memorials from funeral home records (transcribed). I don't always trust all the information - for example, they had her maiden name as Hayles, not Hoyles, but that didn't match what I was seeing in other records (from during her lifetime) on Family Search.
Anyway, it did list her father as Alfred, but her mother's name was not listed at all. Of course, funeral home records, like death records, are only as good as the memories of those left behind. It only showed a birth year, too - so no more than you already had, which is too bad.
I did do a quick search on Family Search and found a Sarah Hoyles, born in 1884 in Bolton (not so far from Blackpool). In the 1901 Census, there are both an Alfred and a Sarah Hoyles, living in Bolton. But, since I can't see the original document, I can't see if they are in the same family. Hoyles seems to be a common name in Bolton in that census. Anyway, if you have a paid subscription (or know someone who does), you might check that out. In 1901, Sarah is 16, and Alfred is 55. Certainly possible.
Added by Mary S. on Aug 14, 2015 12:42 AM