|Brenda Sue Watkins-Franklin (#46991213)|
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|Terry and the Pirates.||David D Parrish|
Thank you Brenda for all these Parrish Transfers.
|Barbara Tynes Claiborne||Acidamus Dow Vandiver|
Thank you for the excellent service with his memorial. And such an "interesting" difficult name! I appreciate the transfer, although I am not directly related. I kind of grew attached to the family during my search, and when I find his parents I will link him. Barbara Tynes Claiborne
|Adam Withrow||Opal E. Withrow|
I believe Opal (grave memorial # 26562132) to be my great, great grandmother. The birth/death dates are in the right time frame and I know that my great, great grandfather's wife was named Opal Exula. Is there by any chance a tombstone near her of James G. Withrow (memorial #26562133)?
|Mary Tiffie||RE: Isaac Wadkins|
I can't wait to see Y'all! We didn't get to Potato Hill because (Granny) Mattie Lucille Martin-Tiffie was so sick and she passed away June 15th. I have a picture actually 2 pictures that I want to see if you know who they are..they were in gGrandma Margret Louisa"Sissy" Wadkins-Martin's photo book. See you soon!
|Angela Cocke||Elizabeth Dunaway Watkins-Jackson|
Hi Brenda. My husband is Barry Cocke. He is the grandson of Ludia Belle Cocke. We are wondering if there is a way we can get a copy of the photo you have posted for Elizabeth and any possibilty of a picture of her 1st husband, Ike. Thanking you in advance.
Are you a grand daughter of Elizabeth?
|David Lander||Find A Grave Memorial# 29679032|
Thank you for the Byrd Memorials. I would also like to thank you for your very generous contributions as a Find A Grave contributor. You can be assured, Brenda, your contributions are appreciated by families today (many you may never hear from) and will be appreciated by future generations.
I know what a struggle it is with the economy. When you resume internet service please let me know so I can give you invitation to our private family tree on Ancestry.com.
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Cripple Creek CO 80813
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Edmund Burke 1729-1797
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