I agree with you in thinking that Mary Crump's (#130603991) death certificate listed the incorrect birth date for her. Her stone definitely says 1926 - 1952, and I know you have other documents that also read 1926. Thanks so much!
Would you mind checking the correct memorial for the spouse of Hobart Crump (#130603991)? I may be overlooking something, but it looks like his spouse Mary should be #160969517, and not #130603991. I do not know these families personally, but I'm seeing in ancestry.com that Hobart was married to Mary A. Crump and their ages were pretty close together. Just wanted to ask what you thought. Thanks very much.
Thomas Horace Hastings He could qualify for famous status but that's up to Find-a-Grave .OK I didn't know that's the way it worked .I haven't read up on that part of it .well thank you for submitting him. I was raised in Hasting Fl. and lived there for 32 yrs. and my mother was also raised there all her life and her father was also from the age of 6
Thomas Horace Hastings The Town of Hastings, Florida, named after Thomas Horace Hastings (1860 – 1897)This would make him somewhat famous being the cousin of Henry Morrison Flagler (January 2, 1830 – May 20, 1913) was an American industrialist and a founder of Standard Oil. He was also a key figure in the development of the Atlantic coast of Florida and founder of what became the Florida East Coast Railway. He is known as the father of both Miami and Palm Beach, Florida.