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Cheryl Storton (#47006832)
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Jerri Ritter
Mem# 118886968
Hi Cheryl,
You have a duplication, your Find A Grave Mem#118886968, with Find A Grave Mem# 21772972. Would you, please, delete yours, since it was the latest one done?
Jerri Ritter
Added by Jerri Ritter on Jun 09, 2015 8:29 AM
Joanne Paisley
Sarah E. Mead
Hello, I have a picture of a stone for Sarah E. Mead taken at Ebenezer Cememtery, but the dates are different. The date of death was 19 Feb 1890. She was 70 years old. Is this your Sarah E. Mead? Joanne
Added by Joanne Paisley on Feb 20, 2015 9:14 AM
Charles, Mahala and Hattie Newman
I have attached photos as you requested, however, as the light angle was poor and the inscription is very weathered they are not very legible. I will try again this spring and see if I can get better ones.
Added by ljrh on Jan 30, 2015 4:49 PM
Glenda Barry
RE: Charles and Mahola Newman buried in Riverside Cemetery
Hi Cheryl,

I went ahead and transferred them to you since you are family. I was confused by the dates for Charles. If he was born in 1883 and died in 1894, he would have only been 11 years old, yet he was married.

Let me know any time I can help you with transfers. Have a happy day!

Added by Glenda Barry on Nov 16, 2014 1:27 PM
Chrissy Gebo
RE: Lina Hardy
You're very welcome! Glad I could help.
Added by Chrissy Gebo on Oct 14, 2014 4:37 PM
Sue Thompson Patterson
RE: Arminda Jane Dyer Robinson
Cheryl, I would like to confer with you from time to time regarding our mutual trees for James family. My e-mail is Please delete this e-mail for my privacy sake. This moment, I cannot think of a question precisely because I am working on a cemetery project and am not really working on this tree. Perhaps in the near future. I will be happy to send you an invitation to be a guest on my Patt's tree if you would like. Also, if you would consider it, perhaps you would reciprocate. I am so excited to find a James relative that has the same interests as I do. Thanks so much for the contact. Until later.
Added by Sue Thompson Patterson on Nov 11, 2013 6:25 PM
Sue Thompson Patterson
RE: Arminda Jane Dyer Robinson
Hi Cheryl, this is my husband's family tree. His grandmother was a James as well as his great great grandmother. This is on his maternal side. The James line seems to be pretty easy to trace with lots of relatives. His grandmother told him that they were originally from Missouri but got tired of the law always banging on their door to find out if they knew where Jessie (outlaw) was. They finally moved to Arkansas when she was very small. Jessie (outlaw) is supposed to be his 6th cousin, but as of yet I have not made the connection. He is also kin to the Daltons and Youngers. Again, I have not made the connection. Also, the controversy over where and when Jessie (outlaw) died was born out by his grandmother telling him that she saw Jessie years later at the State Fair in Dallas and visited with him most of the afternoon. He was living in Fort Worth. Family stories are great and interesting, but proof is yet to come. There are many verifications that Jessie lived and died in Fort Worth, but history is hard to change.
Added by Sue Thompson Patterson on Nov 11, 2013 12:13 AM
Sue Thompson Patterson
Arminda Jane Dyer Robinson
This photo is clear of Arminda's headstone. Did you take it at a much earlier date? Clearly it is not the same stone as was in the first photo unless it was taken decades earlier. I tend to think perhaps the first photo was incorrect. Thanks for your help.
Added by Sue Thompson Patterson on Nov 09, 2013 8:58 AM
sallyann dyer-congdon
RE: Lydia Wing
Glad I could help. Yes that is a bit strange
Added by sallyann dyer-congdon on Sep 24, 2013 11:53 AM
Sophie and Abraham Blum
Hello - Bad news and good news: I went through Ahavas Sholem cemetery last week in New Orleans. I did not find Sophie and Abraham Blum there. The same day, though, I walked through Hebrew Rest cemetery, just a few blocks away, and by a great stroke of luck happened upon their headstone there.

I photographed the stone and hope to post it in the next few days, after I get the photos downloaded from my camera.
Added by DanaC on Sep 14, 2013 5:53 PM
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