|Kae English Griffith||Howard Basil Blackwell|
I saw that Howard Basil Blackwell is listed on Find A Grave for Alta May Blackwell as a child. But according to Howard's Find A Grave site, he is the son of Robert Mial Blackwell and Anna English Blackwell, which would make him the grandson of Alta May.
FYI; let me know if there is any discrepancy.
Kae English Griffith (Kae Arelyn@gmail.com)
|Kae English Griffith||Catherine English Campbell|
Permission to add Catherine's picture from Find a Grave to my Legacy family file? And others I may find?
Kae A. Griffith
|Conservative Patriot||Might be more of your relatives|
|Conservative Patriot||George Blackwell|
Do you want me to take PIC of 1LT George Blackwell grave? Or do you have one not yet posted. Or perhaps his stone is not there?
|Sister Sonya||Charlotte Dickerson|
Thanks for photgraphing Charlotte's gravestone.
I finally was able to go down to Jersey Shore to the Cemetery,which is surronded by cornfields,the stones that were readible but there were many that were so faded,toppled over as not to be able to read them. there was no body around to ask any questions to. I took some pictures and will send them to you as soon as they are devoleped. Dennis
Added by Dennis on Jul 06, 2011 4:32 PM
|Sincerely Yours||Delmar Blackwell|
Have linked his father, if he is your kin I would be glad to transfer to you.
|Martha Hallett||Glennon Blackwell|
If you add a memorial for his wife Sue S. I will add pictures for her also.
|Christine Noga||Knollwood Cemetery|
I also have the picture of Francis (George's wife) and also Anna May Blackwell. Let me know when you get the memorial's in and I'll add the pictures.
|Yvette Davis||clarissa wilkens|
I just saw your photo request for Danby Cemetery...Clarissa Wilkens. I took pictures of all of the tombstones there last summer and posted most of them. There were some that I couldn't read. And some that I could figure out whose they were based on plot numbers. I am curious about Clarissa. What dates do you have for her birth and death? The log from the cemetery records has "Mrs. Wilkens" listed, but the person buried in that plot seems to be "Clarissa A. Ames" buried with her husband "Alrinus H. Ames" Could this be your husbands gma? What do you think? Her dates are 1840-1919
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