|Jim Henley (#47168531)|
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|Marietta||Apperson Family Plot|
Thank you so much for taking and uploading pictures of the Apperson family plot. My mother, Mary Apperson Belfanti, was buried in Greenwood Cemetery in January 2016, do you know of a way to deliver flowers to the family plot for Mother's Day?
Added by Marietta on Apr 29, 2016 1:20 PM
|MRMayhall||Reba Holley #42921213|
I have been unable to add the parents of Reba Mayhall Holley. When I try, it rejects the edit due to a pending request to add her spouse Tildon Holley #42921260. However, that edit was approved already and shows under his page as a link. Can you add her parents William Howard Mayhall #117543963 and mother Lena Tharp Mayhall #117544001. Thanks.
|Becky Ramsey||Findagrave Photos|
Jim, thank you for all your contributions to the Findagrave website. I would like permission to use your photographs of my relatives' grave sites in my Family Tree files. I use the photos as source media and will gladly give you credit for your work. Becky
|DRI||Heirs of Flossie M and Clyde A Hurst|
I found your memorial site through a link in Ancestry.com when searching for Clyde A. Hurst, I know very little about Mr. Hurst other than the fact that he was born January 8, 1911 and died August 7, 1983 in Mississippi, I also know that he was married to Flossie M. Hurst who went by a nickname "Flo" and their last known address was 19 Sunset Rd, Laurel, Mississippi. The reason why I am searching for him and any possible heirs is due to the fact that we have a substantial amount of money in suspense for his legal heirs and would really like to find his children or grandchildren (if any). Do you know anything about the Hurst family that can help me out?
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Added by DRI on Jul 17, 2014 12:08 PM
|Elizabeth Turner||Alfred Boyce|
Have been looking for parents of Alfred Llewelyn Boyce (1813-1880), MSSP for years. Have been to Soul's Chapel Cemetery twice. Just can't seem to locate him or Harriet. If you have any info on them to point me in the right direction would certainly be appreciated. Another Boyce cousin and I are getting together next week to research and see if he has possibly found an answer. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
|Pamela Hamm||Michael Scott Hartin|
I just recently discovered this site. Michael is my son, Thank you so very much for this. I am forever grateful.
|Sherry Wright||Find A Grave Memorial# 43105387|
I believe that the DOD is incorrect--should be 1997 instead of 1990.
sherry johnson wright
Thanks so very much for adding the links for so many memorials. Really appreciate you answering the requests. This really helps in reseaching a family. Thanks and blessings always!
|Margaret Arends||John Sanders Henley|
Do I have the right connection? John S. married Annie Linn (Stout) March 3, 1902, had daughter Sarah Katherine Jan 4, 1904. His daughter Mary 24, a teacher, is living with them in 1920.
|Irene Cliett||Cliett Memorials|
Please change relationship of Murray Cliett born 1935, died 2009 # 42911663 to the son of Murray M Cliett 42911582 and Evelyn Clark Cliett 42911619. Murray M Cliett is the son of William T and Lucy Murrah Cliett (Palestine). Thank you.
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