|Jim Ramey||Mary Stewart|
Thank you very much.
|Jim Ramey||Mary Catherine Stewart|
Sorry Shelby, I forgot to give you her #35950244.
Once again Thank You Jim Ramey
|Jim Ramey||Mary Catherine (Stewart) Carter- Casteel|
Shelby my name is Jim Ramey. My Great grandparents are James H Carter & Mary (Stewart) Carter - Casteel. I have located all of James & Mary's children and was wondering if you are related to Mary? I also was wondering if you would transfer her to me? I am willing to take any of her family that you maintain as well. I will wait to hear from you before I start adding information to her.
You Find a Grave friend Jim Ramey
|cnn||Sarah Elizabeth Singleterry Terry|
Regarding the children of Sarah Singleterry (#28842966) and Silas Anderson: I noticed you have Obedience Jane listed as Sarah's daughter. Obedience Jane Anderson was the daughter of Silas McKendree Anderson and his first wife, Catharine Chadwick. Sarah was Obedience Jane's step-mother--not her mother. Obedience Jane was born 28 Mar 1852.
Obedience Jane Anderson Wilson was my great-grandmother.
Thanks for your contributions to Find A Grave.
Added by cnn on Jan 19, 2014 6:45 PM
|Wamplerg||RE: Re: Edith Pauline Vaughan|
Done, no need to list me as contributor. Just like to give data.
Added by Wamplerg on Dec 28, 2013 8:44 AM
|Denise Drake Horton||RE: the list of links|
Benjamin Reed, #7416056 - thanks for letting me know. I recorded it incorrectly on my Family Tree Maker and thus you got a wrong #. Will try to do better. Denise<><
|Piper||RE: Cora Lenna Bowen Obit|
Published obituary all deleted.
Thank you for putting obitaury in the bio section.
Added by Piper on Dec 03, 2012 9:01 PM
|Dottie Meadows||RE: Madeline Feriera Silva|
Olive is the mother-in-law to my 88 year old cousin. My cousin was first husband was married to Olive's son Joseph Ainsworth Glover. They had a daughter Bonnie together. She wants this information for her daughter Bonnie. Would you mind to email me Olive's headstone? I would really appreciate it. I am doing this search for my cousin.
|James W Cunningham||Unmarked Vet grave|
I would suggest that you get hold of the National Park Service and explain the situation to them. They may take care of it or pass you on to someone that may be able to help you. I know the Veterans Administration provides headstones for some military veterans. You may want to contact them if the NPS doesnt help.