|Larry Nolen (#47173362)|
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Thanks for the update on her husband's name. I've added it in her bio.
Added by Ann on Jul 16, 2014 7:29 PM
|Daddys♥Girl||RE: Ernest Yates|
|Brenda K Lyle||Ela Clark Spitler|
Larry, thanks so much for transferring Ela Spitler to me. I appreciate it very much!
|Kyle Mason ||Robert & Margaretta Mason|
Thanks for linking the memorials. I research the surname Mason so I sometimes create memorials for Mason's with no relation.
|Ann Rohr||RE: Huie Robertson|
I added some of the information you suggested.
Added by Ann Rohr on Aug 27, 2013 6:58 PM
|Florence Barnick||Claire Ashby|
info added, thanks!
|Florence Barnick||Pauline Tyson|
|Sheri Lyn Cummins Leddy||RE: Dorothy Seal|
|Diane Chambers Kitchen||Nellie Freeman Berrey|
I would be happy to transfer management of this memorial to you, if you'd like. I've added the place of death as you requested.
|Richard Parker||RE: Embrey Cemetery|
It's very common for small cemeties to have more than one name. Some may have 3-5 names over the years. My name for Embrey Cemetery was the name the recorder use in the County Cemetery Book.
This is a problem that occurs on Find a Grave, that the same cemetery gets recorded twice under different names.
So the answer to your question is YES.
Even death certifcates will have different names for the same cemtery depending when the person died. For example, there's a cemetery in Clarksburg, Missouri called the Hickman Cemetery, but early death certifcates a person may be listed as being buried in the Masonic Cemetery. It's the same cemetery and somewhere along the way it became the Hickman Cemetery.
The cemetery I'll be buried it has slightly chamged their name twice in my lifetime. Flora Hills Cemetery - then Newcomer's and Sons Flora Hills and now it's Newcomer's and Sons Memorial Gardens.
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