|Bradley Guy (#47053512)|
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I was born in St. Marys county, Md October 31st 1981. I am the son of Dennis (Buttons)Warren Guy and Joy Darlene (Buckler) Guy. I have an older brother James Warren Guy. I am very much into my family history.|
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You can contact me through Mary Ellen's memorial (or Richard's)
On the same stone as Richard is Mary Ellen Hurry Shebby b. 1920 d. 1981 89593835
Do you know if she Richard's wife who remarried a Shebby (in which case Hurry was not her maiden name)? If not, who was she??
Transfer has been made. Glad to help.
Added by HWA on Jun 10, 2015 11:33 AM
|William Mattingly||Thomas Cusic|
Thomas is not of my family but if he is yours I'm happy to transfer the memorial.
|Kathryn Mulhall||Thomas Truman Greenfield's 1734 will|
I'm sure you have seen the original but if not it can be found here:
It goes on for a few pages, one of the longer wills that I have seen. I posted it on his findagrave.com memorial also.
|KGrub||Mr. Burroughs's Obituary|
Hi Bradley: Mr. Burroughs's full obituary is now available at http://www.brinsfieldecholsfuneral.com/obituaries/dsp_files/dsp_viewobit.cfm?obit_ID=5815. It provides a lot more detail about his very interesting life than the abbreviated obituary that was initially posted.
Hope this helps!
Added by KGrub on Jan 12, 2015 10:24 AM
|Dan Phelan||RE: James Arthur Pilkerton marker photo|
Hi Bradley, There is one more from our WWII casualty list from that St. Joseph's cemetery that we would very much like a photo for. His name is William F. Yorkshire:
Birth: Oct. 30, 1917
Death: Mar. 29, 1945
Unknown plot location. I hope there is an office that helps with plot locations. There is an existing photo request for him.
Thanks in advance for any help!
|Dan Phelan||James Arthur Pilkerton marker photo|
Hello, Last September you added two very nice photos of markers for Memorial# 106087713, however one of the photos seems to be for the wrong person. Can you delete that one? It looks like the correct marker, supplied by the military, is immediately to the right of the larger marker. Do you by any chance have a photo of that one that you could load?
James is a WWII casualty. A list of WWII casualties from St. Mary's County can be viewed at:
We (all volunteers) are working on trying to complete that list, however none of us live close to that county. Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated. I volunteer for this effort in the greater Baltimore area.
|Janet LaMotte||Francis & Estella Guy|
Your request does not meet the guidelines for findagrave.com transfers. I have added their obituary information. Is there anything else you would like me to add?
|Donna DiMichele||RE: Thomas Lee Guy|
If there is anything I can do to help you from this end, let me know. My mother was a Burch from Hughesville, talk about a challenge :)
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