|Ruth M. Brown (#46796546)|
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I was born, raised, and educated in Texas; served in the U.S. Navy, worked for the Virginia Employment Commission in Portsmouth, Virginia, the Baltimore City Police Department in Maryland, and finally, The Methodist Hospital (now named Houston Methodist) in Houston. After 20 years at the hospital, I retired in 2001 and moved back to my hometown in central Texas.Other than my own family members, I'm not related to any of the people I enter on Find A Grave and I'm unable to provide any further information about my entries except what was in an obituary or what I've researched.Please do not put Death Certificate photos on any of my memorials. I appreciate your research; however, the information on death certificates is not always accurate and, the COD does not need to be seen.|
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Note: I am NOT transferring outside the four generation guidelines so please, don't ask. I'll be happy to add links and other info when provided.
Copyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, research, and scholarship. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Obituaries, photos, and excerpts from larger works in the context of genealogy and historical research are covered under Section 107 of the US Copyright Act of 1976 as noted above.
A big thanks to all who have visited and left flowers and notes for any of my entries, including my family members and my fur babies. Thanks also to those who've sponsored several of my entries. It is very much appreciated.
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|Stone✞Searcher||RE: Leona "Ann" York|
Thank you. Ann was a very dear friend, we thank you for creating the memorial. Thanks for all the contributions you make!
|Stone✞Searcher||Leona "Ann" York memorial 131666775|
In the bio, 4th paragraph down, it's stated that she was preceded in death by her mother Lillian York. Please see obituary at the link below, to find the name of her mother reads McElroy.
|B Marek||Joe Snider|
Thank you for adding the information to his bio.
I appreciate it, and all the wonderful work you do.
Added by B Marek on Jul 12, 2014 3:11 PM
|Old Waco||Ada Joe Benns Nunn|
Thanks so much for the link.
Added by Old Waco on Jul 07, 2014 10:50 AM
One of your lovely photos turned up on #100477582. Please remove it. Thanks.
|Mo Memorials 2 Make||Thanks for the transfer of Mom|
Just dropped in to say thanks so much for the transfer of Mom. Have a blessed weekend.
|Terry Downes||Dorothy May Evans Vaughan #20292634|
The photo you posted for Dorothy Vaughan 20292634 is of Mary Bell Vaughan #20292592.I have added the correct photo of Dorothy.
Thanks for you help
Terry Downes 47095909
|beingthere||RE: Floy Franklin Fitch|
You're very welcome, Ruth! Glad I could help!
|Joe Rodriguez||Fred F.Rodriguez|
Thank you Ruth for posting my grandfathers grave he his deeply missed this memorial day this very much appreciated from the Rodriguez family. J.Rodriguez
Thank you Ruth. I will check with the funeral home. There was not a "mound" or a funeral home marker. Go figure.
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