|David Erin Butler||Cora E Cook and Glenn M Jones|
Thank you so much for volunteering your time for people like us.
|David Erin Butler||Ethel Cook headstone|
Thank you so very much for taking the time and making the effort to locate this headstone for us.
Have added his parents, thanks for the heads up
Added by ecila on Feb 06, 2014 11:25 PM
|GenMom||RE: Emily Peck Wass|
She is not my family at all...I just posted it in hopes her family would claim her! If she belongs to your family I am more than happy to transfer ownership!
Added by GenMom on Jan 10, 2014 10:34 PM
|Ken Jones||John Knighton|
Thank you for the update information. I just updated the memorial. Also, someone did create a memorial for his father just two days ago so I got that added as well.
I will send you an email with my contact info. I have info on William Atkinson, but not too much on James Isaac's brothers, i.e. William Newlove Atkinson. I can go through my stuff and see what I have that you might be interested in.
|Terri Brimhall||RE: Atkinsons|
Yes, though it is a little bit of a distant relation. My great grandpa is Lawrence Guy Atkinson, his father is James Isaac Atkinson (who is a brother to William Newlove Atkinson If my memory is correct), James' father is William Atkinson and his first wife Pheobe. I have five generations of family in the Bountiful cemetery. I know you have requested some changes on memorials I currently have, sorry some times I get busy and it takes me a few days to make the changes. I am always interested in finding out more about my lines and look forward to possibly sharing info with you in the future.
|Jason Hatch||RE: Pictures|
I am just a cousin. I would still be very interested in getting a copy of the pics.
|Bill E. Doman||Atkinson|
Hi: Since you have relativity to this individual I am transferring this Memorial to you for updating, hopefully, with your approval. Have a good day.
|Rain Brings Rainbows||Curt...|
Thank you for the identity of parents for these three sisters! I remember the day I saw their markers in the cemetery and felt to take the photos unaware that no memorial page had been created for them. My grandmother gave birth to 15 children and raised 11 of them to adulthood...
I have been to each small grave as an adult in three different states and so memory of those experiences awakens a response within me when I see the markers of other babies and young children. I appreciate your kindness in sharing the additional information to bring better identity to their memorial pages!
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