|Lyall Stroup (#47024679)|
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|carol Sorden watson||Welch|
Thank you So much for this transfer. I appreciate it very much,
Thank you, Lyall.
Added by B9B on Jun 27, 2015 4:14 PM
|Texita||Request to Transfer memorials|
Thank you for your consideration.
I am asking to transfer the following....
# 32659286 Liberty R Dennis (Maternal GrandFather)
# 32659285 Carolyn E Dennis (Maternal GrandMother)
# 32659288 Brent L Dennis (Uncle w/no children)
# 32659287 Vesta F Dennis (Spouse of Brent,no child)
I appreciate your consideration. Thank you.
Wewoka, Seminole County, Oklahoma
Added by Texita on Jan 19, 2015 8:27 PM
|carol Sorden watson||FRED WELCH|
HELLO, THIS IS MY GREAT GREAT UNCLE, WOULD IT BE POSSIBLE FOR ME TO HAVE HIM TO LINK TO THE REST OF OUR FAMILY PLEASE?
CAROL IN AZ.
"Lowrey" on the headstone and in most of the records, though I keep typing Lowery, too.
Added by B9B on Feb 26, 2014 11:59 AM
|B9B||Link to parents please|
Added by B9B on Feb 23, 2014 8:07 PM
|Cindy Ruditis||Ethel McCall|
I would be happy to add the parents of Ethel. Would you please check the number for her mother.
I think you are missing a number.
|Donald Schuster||Schuster & McLaughlin|
Thank you so much for all the work you have done.
Thank you for all your postings of the Watkins family. My great-grandfather Watkins donated the land to Ardmore for the Rose Hill Cemetery and reserved a section for the family. I'm trying to bring all information up-to-date on the family and that is why I have requested so many transfers. I do thank you for your consideration in all of those requests. You have certainly put in a lot of time and effort on the behalf of so many. All so much appreciated.
Added by Pookni on Oct 04, 2013 10:10 AM
|Sherry Champlin||Sarah Morgan|
Rusty: Thanks for the info on Sarah's parents. I've made your additions! ~Sherry
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