|Lisa Pedersen (#47035380)|
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|Ramona Chrisman||RE: Erickson Grave Pic|
|Reed Roderick||RE: Mary Jane Caram|
Happy to do it for you.
Jane was a good friend of Ruth Chestnut. Ruth and Russell kind of adopted us when the Air Force sent us to Midwest City. We went to their home for most of our holidays.
|Pat McLachlan||RE: Satterlee, Herbert L.|
This is all I have from Goldie's notes.
Herbert Lincoln Satterlee’s lst wife, Mabel Wales, had a brother who became a monk, The Rt. Rev. Msgr., George Hampton Hales, Jr., of Dallas, Texas. While a monk in the monastery near Dallas, he began to compile "Origin of the family of Wales", of Yorkshire, Eng., in his own beautiful handwriting. This hand written book covers the Wales family in England from 1135, the descendants of the Prince of North Wales, to the present year of 1966, thru descendants of "Lucy" Mabel [Wales] Satterlee.
Wish I could help more! Pat
|Pat McLachlan||Satterlee, Herbert L.|
What is the # for the duplicate? My info is from 4 vol of work by Goldie Satterlee Fowler. Seems like we would benefit from cf notes. Pat
Added by ProgBase on Nov 24, 2014 7:38 AM
I just fulfilled your photo request for Tom Burdett, Pennyroyal Cemetery Georgetown SC, but I am afraid the photos are not very good. The mausoleum was dark, and the polished granite walls played havoc with my flash. The next time I am down there, I will try again with a different flash unit.
Added by whitpet on Sep 19, 2014 1:39 PM
|Tracy C.||RE: Glendy Grave Pic|
You're very welcome. I enjoy doing it, especially when I know it's appreciated.
Added by Tracy C. on Aug 05, 2014 7:29 PM
|Laura||RE: Burrows Grave Picture|
your welcome its a beautiful place and i work by it i can send you a pic of the church beside it to if you would like it
Added by Laura on Jul 26, 2014 4:41 PM
|Keith Williams||Baynham Cemetery|
I really did not look at the other graves too much. When we were there the person that mowed the grass was waiting to mow. I hope to go back again sometime during the summer and would be glad to look for the grave.
|Keith Williams||RE: Baynham Cemetery|
My ancestor was Stephen Mayfield. We visited the grave of Stephen Mayfield's grandson in Tennessee several years ago. It was a similar situation of an old neglected cemetery in a farmer's cow pasture. What Mr Brown has done for Baynham Cemetery is a wonderful thing and I appreciated what he has done.
I don't think that I would have found the cemetery without your help. I was always closer than I ever realized but could never find it.
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