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Kenneth & Sue (#47017420)
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James Durham
RE: Brownings
Any time. Jim
Added by James Durham on Dec 02, 2014 3:36 PM
Sandy Cantrell Lindeman
Willis' in Petersburg
I added the information for Emma. Do I need to change her maiden name to Wowerus? The cemetery database has her maiden name as Wendell.
Added by Sandy Cantrell Lindeman on Nov 13, 2014 5:33 AM
Ken Edmondson
Maggie Calcote
Sue,
I'm Sorry, I just realized you didn't create her memorial, Please disregard.
Ken
Added by Ken Edmondson on May 17, 2013 10:25 AM
Ken Edmondson
Eunice (Seay) Calcote
Hi Sue,
Eunice (Seay) Calcote, her first name was "Maggie".
She was born in Mt Pleasant, Dallas County, Texas, on the date you have and she died on the date you have in Hillcrest Hospital, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma. Robert Flourney Calcote is correct as you have it. I'm not picking apart your efforts and time but thought you may enjoy the additional info.
Regards,
Ken Edmondson
Added by Ken Edmondson on May 17, 2013 10:20 AM
Ken Edmondson
Clif Calcote
Sue,
I linked Clif to his mother and Father. Clif was my brother-in-law.
Regards,
Ken Edmondson
Added by Ken Edmondson on May 17, 2013 5:35 AM
Edith Guynes Stanley
Morris F Adkins
I have removed the photos from the Stinnett Cemetery location and corrected the cemetery to Arlie Cemetery, which is where the Veteran's marker information shows he is buried.

Edith
Added by Edith Guynes Stanley on May 15, 2013 6:26 AM
Brenda Pulley
RE: Carolyn Walker Memorial
After Carolyn retired, we lost track of each other. She, Barbara Dillard and I were like teenagers at a slumber party when we went to our VAC conferences together. When Carolyn decided to research her family history; she encouraged me to do so also. But at the time, I wasn't interested. She didn't use a computer in her research, so she worked extra hard on it. Her main wish for doing it was so she and her daughters could join the Daughters of the American Revolution...and she got that wish. She loved her oversized rings and purses. After her open heard surgery, she still carried those purses; but they didn't have much in them. I found her obit by accident and when I saw she didn't have a findagrave memorial; I decided to make one for her. She was a dear, sweet woman and I'm so very lucky to have called her my friend.
Added by Brenda Pulley on May 05, 2013 8:45 AM
 

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