|Dónal Mac Cormaic||Tucker|
This is a link to the Tucker grave in Mount St Lawrence in Limerick
|Charlotte R. Smith||Eula May|
Please accept my sincerest condolences for your loss. And, I apologize for it taking me a few days to process the transfer. Her memorial was never created to cause more grief. I record many of Laurel Hill memorials and sadly, most are not requested by family members. I am always pleased to see a memorial with a loved one. Again, I am deeply sorry for your loss.
|Mike B.||RE: Reuben H. Clay|
You are right about the mistakes on the list. I will transfer him to you I just want to make double sure. Yes I would like to see the newspaper articles that would be interesting to read. I will make corrections on my list. Thank you.
Added by Mike B. on Nov 09, 2014 7:01 AM
|Mike B.||Reuben H. Clay|
I have looked up Military Records of the Clay's in Mississippi & Georgia. There was another person who also was looking for R. H. Clay in Ga.. They called the National Park Service in Richmond, Va.. The Park Service said he died along the way to Richmond as his Military records show. It also gives a date of death as May 5, 1862 they were still on retreat at that time. Yorktown is 50 miles from Richmond. They would not have carried a dead body back to Richmond on retreat. His military records also show that it is unknown when he died and where he died. Do to the records being not complete it is hard to say it's him.
Added by Mike B. on Nov 08, 2014 10:08 AM
|George S. Ellington||Clay|
|George S. Ellington||Reuben Hawk Clay|
Do you have any idea where Reuben Hawk Clay's wife is buried I can not locate her grave anywhere!
Hi there, you sent an edit for her maiden name as Whitley; however, the information I have, her maiden name is Whitney.
Added by Birdgirl on Apr 01, 2014 8:59 AM
|13th Generation Fairbanks in America||Hanley Memorial|
I am happy to link your Uncle to his parents. Thanks for the update and my condolences on your loss. What a lovely photo you posted!
|Barbara White-Frank Selletti||Navy Veteran Andrew R, Gorman|
Gorman Andrew R. WWII Navy Served: 10/1944 to 3/1946 Mount Moriah Cemetery Section: 120 Lot: 121.
Please update your information!
Would you like me to transfer the Green Morton memorial to you?
Added by Jim Bass on Jul 22, 2013 4:38 AM
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