|Candie Freeman||Margaret (Maggie) Hillis|
I reread the note you left for Nathaniel Hillis about his daughter Margaret being your ancestor. You said Margaret was married to a Fleming. Margaret Hillis Wright was the person I attached to Nathaniel, so now I am wonderiing how Nathaniel had two daughters named Margaret. I have documents to back up that Margaret Wright, who died in 1938 in West Virginia is the dau. of Nathaniel Hillis and Zenobia Orme. Were there two Margarets?
I posted an attached a child of Nathaliel Hillis on Find A Grave that you may be interested in knowing where they are buried. Her name is Margaret Hillis Wright.
Robert, no need to leave flowers with edit reminders or send emails etc. new feature they implemented you click the edit tab and what you want changed. It goes in a queue and I can make many changes at once.
|Pete Nocks||RE: William Fleming|
If you click on the picture you can see description. The county buried these individuals in this section. No record kept where they were buried just the names. The stones that family ,(very
few) have placed are just at random. There is no idea where they are buried unless they were there when they were buried.
|Sue Bibee||Donald Fleming|
Don Fleming was my brother-in-law. He was a special man. They didn't have any children. I never knew of him to be married before.
He had alittle poodle name Rosie. He just adored her. She went everywhere with him. I have a picture somewhere of him holding her but I don't know exactly where it is.
He went through so much suffering but he never complained. He was a very religious man.We miss him alot.I'm sure his suffering is over.
|Richard Grant McClure||leroy Yahn|
I hope the pictures are satisfactory and what you wanted. I noticed that your grandfathers death date is not on his stone. you can probably have that done thru the office.
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