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Kathryn Flahaut Sutton
RE: Samuel Brazeal Find A Grave Memorial# 14580151
Also, according to Lucille Irene Breazeal's birth record she was born 8 Oct 1904 in Bluefield, Mercer, West Virginia to Sam Cunningham Breazeal and Mamie Louise Payne.

I appreciate you helping to verify this information. I'm assuming you are related. How?
Added by Kathryn Flahaut Sutton on Mar 09, 2016 7:59 AM
Kathryn Flahaut Sutton
RE: Samuel Brazeal Find A Grave Memorial# 14580151
I've been corresponding with Samuel's great grandchild that said she was five when he died. She knows of three children, her grandmother, Lucille, her great aunt Evelyn and their brother Lee. It is her understanding that Mary died young and Sam left the children in an orphanage while he traveled west for work, apparently ending up in Idaho working in a coal mine. He married another woman named Pearl who he was with when I met him. He lived and died in Kellogg Idaho. This seems to be the same person for whom the memorial was created.

All three of these children are listed as "inmates" (orphans) in the 1910 census of Farmer, Utah. According to Evelyn Brazil's marriage record her father's name was S. Brazeal and Mother was Mamie Payne (possibly a nickname).

Is it possible that your information about his first wife is incorrect and he was married to Mary L "Mamie" Payne is West Virginia on 11 Aug 1899. Here is the link:
Added by Kathryn Flahaut Sutton on Mar 09, 2016 7:50 AM
Kathryn Flahaut Sutton
RE: Samuel Brazeal Find A Grave Memorial# 14580151
Thank you.
Added by Kathryn Flahaut Sutton on Mar 08, 2016 12:13 PM
Kathryn Flahaut Sutton
Samuel Brazeal Find A Grave Memorial# 14580151
You submitted a photo of Samuel on Find A Grave. Do you know if he was ever married to a Mary Payne (11 Aug 1899 in West Virginia) and had a son names Sidney born in about 1903 in West Virginia? I'd appreciate your help.
Added by Kathryn Flahaut Sutton on Mar 08, 2016 9:17 AM
RE: Alzena Mendenhall Memorial #156132681
Thank you for the answer and photos. Much appreciated - person photos add so much.
Donna Chesler
Added by DonnaCee on Feb 29, 2016 2:21 PM
Alzena Mendenhall Memorial #156132681
I did not change the birth year as Alzena was age 2 in the 1880 census but I'ave made a notation regarding 1880 which year she apparently used throughout her life. Do you think the 1880 census age for Alzena was incorrect? Thanks for the memorial # for Joseph Mendenhall. DonnaCee
Added by DonnaCee on Feb 23, 2016 8:52 PM
re: John Andrew Erickson
You recently sent this suggestion:
"add a link to my father in law, to George Rupert Erickson's memorial. His name was John Andrew Ericsson, memorial #: 105303340."

I cannot link a father to a child. This can only be done through the childs memorial.

Please go to the child's memorial (John Andrew), click on the edit tab, and submit the memorial numbers of parents George and Hannah in the appropriate spaces.

Good luck and take care,

Added by Jaci on Feb 07, 2016 5:12 PM
RE: Joseph Mendenhall
You're welcome! Glad I could help.
Added by khdahl on Sep 23, 2015 3:37 PM
Aurorae Little♥UE
Browns in Abbey Mausoleum
G'day Martha:
There was a photo request for Mary & Brenton Brown at Oceanview. You apparently maintain the file, I've added a couple of photos, I have more of the grounds if you'd like them.

2pm Feb 6 2015 ~ rr
Added by Aurorae Little♥UE on Feb 06, 2015 7:25 PM
RE: Martha Olive Mendenhall
I'm sorry but I don't know if there are church records for Freeze Cemetery. However, I did find a contact name and phone which is Julie Hoidal, 208 875-1275. When I walked the cemetery there were several stones that were weathered so badly that it was impossible to read a name. Good luck, hope you find her.
Added by PassingTime on Jul 29, 2014 12:10 PM
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