|Bob Walls (#46619081)|
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I have been doing genealogy for about 15 years, and I love sharing the information that I have. That is why when you look up individuals that I have added, you will find more than birth and death information.|
I have tried my best to get the right information listed on any memorials, that I have added to this site, but if you should see a mistake, or if I have submitted a memorial that you want to add corrections or a bio to, please let me know.
Transfers of all my non-relatives to you if they are related to you, upon a "polite" request. ALSO: I will look at your numbers, if it appears you are just trying to get a large number, I won't transfer.
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|Wildcajun||RE: Darwin Ives|
Your welcome Bob. Just thought you could use it or the information to update the memorial. Phil
|Laurie Smith||RE: Arnold Honza|
You're welcome! It was my pleasure.
|Jane Golenko||RE: Thank You|
You are most welcome..........................
|Shannon Ross||RE: Joel Palmer|
You're very welcome😊
|Jan Colton||Nancy Reed|
I am very sorry for the loss of your dear friend. Of course I will transfer her. Everyone's memorial should be in the care of someone who will lovingly care for them.
|Douglas McClure||RE: Warren Gardner|
Thank you for updating Warren Gardner (1871-1947) memorial page. I was certain that he was not Orren Gardner and needed that proof.
|John Walls||Wiley Walls|
My name is John David Walls, son of William Wiley Walls(1924) and grandson of John Thomas Walls (1878) and great grandson of Wiley Burton Walls (1850? I am trying to find the father and mother of Wiley Burton Walls. The earliest census that I have been able to find is 1880 he was married to Candis Elizabeth O'Neil (1876) in coffee county TN. I cannot find anthing earlier than that. I have found a Wiley Turner in Newton Wall's family in 1860 census and I thought that might be him. Because family names such as John Thomas and Newton have been passed down but no direct evidence. I have been researching William Alvin Walls family from the 1870 census and there is a Wellie Walls listed that could be Wiley B. William Alvin Walls and Rachel were living in Coffee county when Wiley B married Candis O'Neil. William Alvin Walls died in Coffee county after being thrown from a horse in 1879. Several of Wiley Burton Walls children were born in Coffee county, Mary Ann, Mattie, and Lula J. Mary Ann Carden lived and died in Missouri as did Robert D Walls brother to Wellie son of William Alvin and Rachel.
Just wanted to know if you have any information about this Wiley Burton Walls family.
John David Walls
|paulswife||RE: Herb Brannon|
Thanks so much for the clarification Bob. I will be posting a photo to your memorial shortly.
|Robert L. Johnson||Mina Frances Clark Walls|
We have corresponded in the past re Mina Frances Clark Walls, buried in Embarrass Cemetery, Edgar County, Illinois. She is a daughter to Benj and Mary Bonnell Clark, also buried in same cemetery with two of my other gg grandparents, etc. I have data of a Mina F. Clapp buried there; from my grandmother when she and I visited in 1964. Wasn't Mina married to Oscar M.Clapp? See Federal Census 1920. What am I not seeing here? Thanks Robert Johnson (Bortons, Clarks, Chandlers, Bonnells, English, Lauher, Bolands, etc of Edgar County).
Thank you for honoring my photo request for Anna Zubach's grave. Have a nice day.
Added by am on Aug 29, 2016 10:37 AM
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