|Cindy Sue (#46577031)|
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I started Geneaology as a hobby, when I had to stop working for health issues. I try to get out to do some leg work but it is hard for me to do.|
I am from the Houston, Harris County area, raised just across the San Jacinto River and North of the Battles Grounds. I have a lot of family but they are scattered all across this Country.
I love to get with people on-line to see if we can get some of our folks found. I try to put as much info as I can to help other people.
Happy Hunting, Cindy Sue
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|Wayne Smith||Pearl Pitts, New York|
Thank you for the name update; doesn't seem possible I placed her memorial almost 4 years ago. The photo is just great!
|Madeline Welch||RE: Benjamin F. Clark|
I'm sorry. I haven't located her burial place, either. There is no listing for her in the Logan Co Cemetery book that I have. Ben is listed as a widower in 1910 census. Sorry I can't help further. She may be in unmarked grave. Good luck.
I've linked him to his father. Did you want me to transfer this memorial to you?
|tisanders||RE: Edward Henry Wilson|
I need Edward's Findagrave number. I'm sorry, I couldn't find him.
|Joyce Tinsley||Hobert Edwards|
Perfect timing! I ordered the Pulaski Co., KY Cemetery books last week and received them Monday. I found Hobert in Vol. 3 and it gave his parents and wife's name also. I made a memorial for him and linked him to his wife.
|Cadmus||Willard and Evelyn Carter,|
Hi Cindy Sue,
Willard and his wife Josie Evelyn Carted are both buried at the Mill Springs National Cemetery Pulaski County, Kentucky. They are buried in section I, plot #393. I didn't make the memorials for them, I only added tombstone pictures to the memorials. I have linked them to there names in this message so just click on the names to view each memorial. Willard Carter and Evelyn Dye Carter. I hope this helps you. Your friend, Cadmus
Added by Cadmus on May 24, 2013 5:34 PM
|Karin Lohr Love||RE: Hopper in Oklahoma|
You are very welcome. Like you I rely on others to take pictures for me in places that I cannot travel to. You have a blessed day~ Karin
Would you like for me to transfer that to you? I would be happy to if they are related.
Added by Deb64030 on Feb 15, 2013 8:43 PM
|D. Franks||Mrs. N. P. Frazier, Janesville cem., Lassen co CA|
Yes this is Narcissus Isabella Lay, daughter of William Littleberry Lay & Mildred Howard Tatum. There is a typo on the year Narcissus & Samuel were married, 1871 not 1971. Two of their sons are buried in the Clear Creek cem., Center twp, Greene co MO, Sec. 1 Row 4. They are Franklin L. B. Frazier 1875-1880 & Seth T. Frazier 1878-1881. It is the same cemetery where their paternal & maternal grandparents are buried. I have to think that the initial P. in Narcissus's name is for her maternal great grandmother, Prudence Freeman Dunn Barham.
|Marlene Smith||RE: Smith's in Missouri|
I found another two Smiths at Williams cemetery. One is a woman with Smith as a maiden name and her full name is Joyce C. Blue. 1940 to 1990.
The second find is Charley O. Smith 1908 to 1958.
Hope this connects for you.
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