|Ruth McClay (#47255491)|
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|Karen McCutcheon Davis||Re: James Franklin Blevins|
Thanks for adding James' Obit to his memorial.
No, I absolutely do not mind your adding them. Hopefully, it will help fill in the blanks for not just myself but other family members as well.
Have a nice week.
|Karen McCutcheon Davis||Re: Sarah Alice Evans Blevins|
Thanks so much for the Obit, containing info that I did not have on her.
I have added this info to Sarah's memorial page.
|KatieABK||RE: Ruth Slatter|
I happened to photograph Alwilda Stewart Slatter's grave last month as well :) I added the photo to your memorial.
Hope it helps,
Added by KatieABK on Mar 06, 2013 8:12 AM
I noticed that you manage memorials for several members of the Slatter family in Union Cemetery in Columbus, Ohio, so I thought you might be related to them. While out documenting graves last month, I found a stone for Ruth Slatter, infant daughter of William and Ina, buried in the family plot. Her memorial number is 106245826.
Added by KatieABK on Mar 05, 2013 2:35 PM
|Connie Schumaker||Bennett Fairview Cem., Scioto Co., OH|
Thanks so much for getting a photo of Rachel's grave. I apprecaite your time and help.
|Mamaquilts||Marian McClay/ Lakeview|
Hello...I transferred all Memorials. I'm glad I could help.
Added by Timeless on Mar 09, 2011 8:28 PM
|Timeless||RE: Mark Edwin McClay|
Yes, I gladly transferred your brother's Memorial.
Added by Timeless on Nov 21, 2010 5:49 PM
|DONNA WILSON||Howard Cemetery|
The Howard cemetery you are looking for is just before you get into Waverly on the left coming from Chillicothe. I can't remember what lane you go back. You have to go through a persons yard to get there. My brother and I were going to go back there and fix up the cemetery because it is in disrepair but he moved away. We are Davis' and one of our relatives married a Howard. I hope someone can find all the stones because some are buried under the dirt. We are specifically looking for Remembrance Davis and Clementious Davis. The person who lives in front of the cemetery said people from Texas come there at times. Maybe you know who they are.
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