|Amyinthecity||RE: Jacob Habas|
I really wish I could help I don't have much information about this side of my family. They were very poor and photos were not taken. My great grandmother Rose died when my mother was an infant. And my grandfather didn't know much, at least he didn't tell my mother much. Unfortunately my grandfather passed whenever when I was a toddler so I never did get a chance to go over the family history with him. He was in orphanages at a young age since my great grandfather died so early (1916), so we really didn't know much information. I don't think your grandson is part of my family. There are no Pauls or Sauls, they are not family names. Whatever you see on findagrave is what I have pretty much.
|Marty and Julie Spillman Stewart||RE: Martha Hudson-Carthage Cemtery|
I just saw this. Yes I will try again next time I'm out there.
|NoreenP||leo & sonya/sondra habas|
your very welcome. to be honest i wouldn't even know where to look for their obituaries. you could try either newsday.com or the daily news. check their archives and see what they have. i also uploaded the pictures of the headstones near theirs..kaplans/habas/and their was another name but i don't remember it. they seemed to be in family plot area. i hope this helps you.
Added by NoreenP on Sep 02, 2012 1:58 PM
|Ruby Lee Spencer||RE: Samuel W. Smith|
As far as I know I am but I will keep on looking for you. respectfully email@example.com
|Cissy Currie||RE: Samuel W. Smith|
My grandmother was an Evers. They are all gone now. The only information we have is what I've got in my tree.
|Ruby Lee Spencer||Samuel W. Smith|
Thank you for putting my Aunt Virda Penny's dad on find a grave i was going through my Penny side and found you had him and got a headstone for Virda thanks for everything All I have to do is put them in my virtual cemeteries and I can go straight to their sites. We in the future generations will surely be thankful for all the good work you all do for preserving our family kin. respectfully firstname.lastname@example.org 47230178
|Wallen||RE: Woodrow Hudson|
The photo looked very clear on my nice new i-mac but obviously after being compressed was not quite as good. I will try and get a clearer shot. The cemetery is just down the road from my house. We are having a lot of rain so not very good pics right now.
Added by Wallen on Oct 06, 2011 7:14 AM
Sorry the picture wasn't any better. Her and her husbands markers were practically buried. I did the best I could. Have a great day!
|Terri Trevarthen||RE: Lupe Ruano|
One of the employees took me to the marker and I checked against the info that I have, those are the only Ruano's there. So did Lupe have another name?
|CKDickieVeazey||RE: Craddock Dickie|
I have volumes of information on Craddock Dickie. The question is: What exactly do you want to know? Please feel free to send me a list with the information you need. My personal email address is email@example.com
I'm descended from Washington's twin brother, Jackson (1825-1888). Craddock is believed to be buried at Union Methodist Cemetery in Wellington, Alabama. However, there's no grave marker. I've been working with the cemetery committee there to try to erect a memorial. But I recently heard from my dad that perhaps they've located some records. I haven't had the chance to go there and see them, though. I live in Illinois, so trips to Alabama don't come often.
Kaye (Dickie) Veazey
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