|S. Crumpacker (#47272092)|
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I am Researching:
(All are Family on my side)...
Crumpacker, Killingsworth, Weaver, Stroup,
Christiansen, Landis, Davidson, Naffziger, Wade, McCormick
THANK you ~
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|Jon & Joy||RE: McCormick|
The first of my family to come to this area were John and Martha McCormick. John immigrated to the U.S. in 1881. John and Martha were married at St. Bridgets in Scammon. They lived in Oklahoma for a while and then moved back to Southeast Kansas.
Find A Grave Memorial# 82000980 John McCormick
Find A Grave Memorial# 82001060 Martha Workman McCormick
There is another line of McCormick's from Pennsylvania that I'm not related to.
|Candis Slayter||RE: Old Photo|
Thanks for the info I will check it out..
|myrootsareshowing||Donald Clark Transfer|
I am SOOOOO sorry this took so long! PLEASE FORGIVE ME! I never get to do ancestry anymore and all of this suffers for it.
|Irene Petersen Hoefer||Silvers|
I noticed you left a flowers on the "find a grave" site for Henry Silvers. I believe he is the brother of my 3rd great grandfather John Silvers who was born in 1834 in either Indiana, Iowa or Missouri. I can't figure out anything on him before 1860. Like who his parents are etc.... I believe his mother married James Arnett and her name was Elizabeth. I also believe his siblings were Henry, Charlotte, Joseph Silvers and James Arnett Jr. Do you have any information on the Silvers family?
Thanks for your time.
You can write me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jack Chillcott||Glen Criss Crumpacker|
transfer complete have a great day Jack Chillcott and for your question on how to have family links added to an account that has been disabled you have to send the information to the administration along with the memorial number and name and they can add the information and if you fall within find a graves for generation guidelines they will transfer that memorial over to you. The reason I add memorials is there are a lot of people who when they add a memorial they will not transfer outside of the guidelines have a great day Jack Chillcott and happy new year and I am sorry for the loss of your father in law
|B.J. Waters||Carl Hahn - Inglewood Park Cemetery|
Hi Shawna. I had to fulfill your request with a photo of the large monument only. There are no individual markers in this lot. The other people buried there are Mary Elizabeth Hahn and Elenora Moffitt (they already have memorials on this site). Carl was born 1/2/1906 in Colorado and died on 7/26/1964 in Los Angeles. The plot location is Del Ivy #607.
Happy Christmas to you,
|Jenevia Clark-Lowery||Inglewood Park Cem|
I noticed you requested a photo of Carl Hahn in the Inglewood Memorial Park Cem. Do you have any info on him or his wife Waletta. I've been looking for Carl for a long time and not having much luck. If you know this family would appreciate hearing from you. A birth or death date would really help.
Thanks, Jenevia Clark-Lowery
|B.J. Waters||Did You Get the Help You Needed?|
I noticed your question on your bio page. If a contributor's account has been disabled, send an e-mail to email@example.com, with a link to the memorial, to request a transfer. They usually handle these requests pretty quick, but I would wait a few weeks for the transfer to occur, just in case the admins are busy during the holidays.
|Leon Barton||Russell H. Crumpacker|
I have completed the transfer of the memorial for Russell H. Crumpacker. Have a great day and enjoy!
|robin hixon||crumpacker - marion cemetery - bourbon co ks|
would you like the crumpackers in bourbon county, marion cemetery transferred to you. I noticed the flower you left. there are a number of them and I am not related.
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