|Bud Wiley (#47021919)|
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"If you don't know history, then you don't know anything. You are a leaf that doesn't know it is part of a tree. " — Michael Crichton|
Retired community college administrator. Primary interests are reading - American History and southern literature - guitar, electronic keyboard, and doing on-line genealogy research.
Most of the information I have submitted for San Mateo Cemetery and St. Joseph Cemetery was constructed from the excellent work previously done by The Putnam County Florida Cemetery Website. (http://putnam-fl-cemeteries.org/) The individual data was converted to the Find-A-Grave format for submission.
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Not sure why I had'nt made link yet but thanks for the help,I have located someone who knows the plots they are buried in and hope to get a marker for Franklin and Maria maybe a child also.
|11thacrkia||PFC William Young|
Bud, Thanks for transferring the memorial page for William Young, # 111541577. Your help is greatly appreciated. Regards - Allen, 11th Armored Cavalry, Vietnam
|Jennifer Selfridge||RE: Monongalia County Henrys|
Could you pleas send me the memorial numbers for those in your line? Then I can transfer them to you. - Jennifer
Memorial updated, thanks for the info! :)
|Carolyn ||RE: Minor C Henry|
That is a good question. I have always wondered that myself. I tried doing more research last week and I found nothing. Minor was my great grandfather. I don't have a clue as to where he went. Maybe I should contact someone on Ancestry who was related to his first wife.
This is the same thing that happened to his father. I have Hiram living in Kentucky in 1860 with his wife and two children and a brother to Hiram.
Then Hiram shows up 10 years later in 1880 with Minor in Palo Pinto, Texas. I am confused. I wish that all these relatives were here on earth so I could ask them all these questions they have left me with.
I have information on the Henry's back to Aaron Henry. I can't get any further than 1744.
Thanks for contacting me. If I should find anything new I will let you know. I added you as a friend here on Find a crave.
Added by Carolyn on Sep 22, 2011 12:46 PM
|Connie Gartman Lozier||RE: John H Cate's record|
Thank you for the information on John H Cate. And his middle name is Hibbert that what show on the tombstone I took. John was married to my daddy aunt. So thank u very much if u have any more information I would like to know.
|Tony Middleton||Thank you very much|
... for the transfers! If ever I can assist you somehow, please don't hesitate to ask.
|Mary Ann||RE: San Mateo Cemetery - Wood|
ThANK YOU Mr. Wiley. I would love to accept the memorials...Thank you for your time and efforts, Mary Ann
Added by Mary Ann on Apr 26, 2011 7:15 AM
|Raymond B.||RE: Solana|
Thank you for the transfers! If you do find anything regarding Hawes (sometimes spelled Haws), please let me know. Thanks again! :-)
|Raymond B.||RE: Solana|
Thank you! :-) I found the memorials of William Francis Rogero and Frances Jula [Solana] Rogero.
Since you're familiar with Putnam co, FL, maybe you can help me. My 4ggmother Charlotte [maiden name Gay] Hawes was born in 1795 in GA. She died on 27 Sep 1880 in Putnam co, GA. She is believed to be buried somewhere in the county. Her husband Richard Hawes (death date unknown) may also be buried near her. Do you have any information that you can help me with?
Also, you offered to transfer the remaining Solanas over to me. Are you still planning to do so? Thanks.
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