|Elkv42||RE: Catherine Powell Birdsall Rider|
Hi Doug, my questions were too long and complicated, so I sent you a personal email. Lori
Added by Elkv42 on Aug 12, 2014 12:14 PM
|Elkv42||Catherine Powell Birdsall Rider|
Hi Doug, I know her husband was King Rider, and there is only one King Rider in the same cemetery. Trish transferred him to me, because I thought he was one of mine, but I have different parents than what is on his headstone. Do you happen to know if this is Catherine's husband. I can't imagine that they wouldn't have been buried in the same cemetery. Also, Thanks for posting the photo of Catherine. Regards, Lori
Added by Elkv42 on Aug 10, 2014 4:21 PM
Thank you for sponsoring her memorial.
|Elkv42||Egbert D. Brown|
Is Egbert D. Brown, buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery one of your relatives? Trish accidentally transferred him to me, and I can transfer him to you if you wish.
Added by Elkv42 on Oct 12, 2013 5:37 PM
|Elkv42||Gertrude Dodge Rider Brown|
I've sent you a personal e-mail explaining my SAC.
Added by Elkv42 on Oct 11, 2013 6:25 AM
|CindyS||Vera Jeannette "Jean" Rafford Brown|
Hi Douglas - I have added your links and I know you did not ask for the transfer but I believe family should be with family so I transferred her to you. Take care - Cindy
Added by CindyS on Feb 21, 2012 2:28 PM
|Mac Ramsey||Mary Semmes|
I can't thank you enough for the effort taken to photograph the tombstone of Mary Semmes. I am writing a book on the O'Leary & Semmes families of which I am a descendant. Too bad the tomb in unreadable however it is great that it still exists. Kindly, Mary Alice Ramsey
|MIKE NOVENSTEIN||YOUR GRANDFEATHER|
I grew up in Orange around the corner from your grandparents and became very close to them. They missed their own grandkids so much that they didn't mind me hanging around. Every August 3rd and again in January we would bring over a cake. This must have been the period around 1969 until your Grandmother's death.
They were wonderful people and thanks to "Mr.Brown"
I have had a life long love of history and biography.
I will never forget him and I am happy that I had a chance to speak to him by phone a few weeks before his passing.
|Rev. Dale Sims||Mary Semmes|
Thank you so much for the picture of Mary Semmes grave marker from Mt. Carmel Cemetery. It's so neat to be able to see the pictures of the stones of grandparents that lived so long ago, even though the spelling has changed.
God Bless you,
Thank you very much for the photos of the Adams. It is so nice to have people like you that are willing to take photos for complete strangers. I am in Texas so it would be impossible for me to get there to take them. Thanks again.
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