|Terenda Curtis Wyant (#47333875)|
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My sister and I have been doing genealogy for years and love doing it. We grew up in a family owned Funeral Home. What an experience! I guess that is why I love going to cemeteries!|
I think Find A Grave is a great site to honor those who have gone before and for those searching their roots.
Most of my memorials are family but as I take pictures there will be more I am not related to. I am happy to transfer to family through the edit button by giving your member number.
I also am happy to share any pictures I have placed on Find A Grave. I would like to be given credit for them if you place them on another site.
I do follow Find A Grave policy and only place facts on the memorial of those I do not know.If you would like to add to a memorial please send the info through the edit button.
Families my sister and I research: Curtis, Wyant, Bass, Long, Pirkle, Casey, Chanley, Main, McGlasson, Myers, Corn, Reed, McCandless, McCoy.
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|Terry Loyd||for Danyelle Heinz|
|Terry Loyd||Hello Terenda|
I can't find a transfer button but would you mind transferring Danyelle Heinz to me. I just talked to her husband Bart and I am a close friend. My number is (#46884386). Please let me know if there is anything I could or should do. Thank you.
Millie's mother Mary L. Southerland Coulter daughter of David Southerland & Sarah E. Starnes Southerland. David was brother of Richard Southerland my husband's great grandfather. Sarah Southerland was the sister of Dorinda Starnes Southerland Richards wife. Richard's brother Nelson was married to Lucinda Starnes Southerland. So three sisters married three brothers. Go figure.
|Diana/Joe||Robert Neal Duval|
Hi I believe Millie Anna Duvall's maiden name was Coulter. Her parents were Marce Coulter & Mary L. Southerland Coulter married Apr 4, 1927 in Batholomew Co, Indiana.
|GeekyGraveGirl||RE: Infants in the Booker T. Washington cemetery - recent memorials|
Thanks for your reply. So sad! I wonder how many were from St. Louis area. Probably may never know...
It is wonderful that you are giving light to the memory of these little ones. Thank you so much for that.
|GeekyGraveGirl||Infants in the Booker T. Washington cemetery - recent memorials|
When I'm not adding photographs, I add flowers to infants' memorials. Your recent additions have about 25 or so infants in the Booker T. cemetery, all of whom died in 1964 or 1965. That seems incredibly high for one cemetery, in one year (although I assume you are adding records by years...). Do your extensive "infant" memorials show fairly large numbers of infants buried in the Booker T. cemetery spread out over the years?
|alles||RE: Josrph Irby|
If that is possible, and you would, then I would be honored. Thank you so very much for all your help and work. We are grateful, thanks from me and all his descendants. (Is there a way to align the photo of the chipped stone that is currently under "*Joseph" with his memorial?). Many thanks!!
Added by alles on May 19, 2014 10:30 AM
|alles||joseph nicholas IRBY|
Thank you so much for your work on Grandpa Irby. I just send you edits on birth and death dates. According to my Mother's bible he died Oct. 10, 1957 and was buried Oct. 14, 1957. According to cousin Ella Marie with whom he lived when he died, he died a few days before his birthday, was 86 yrs old at time of death. Again, we thank you so much!!!
Added by alles on May 18, 2014 9:58 AM
|jim jones||Virginia Smith memorial|
Hi Terenda, Thanks for the transfer. What's up with Mrytle Thomas's memorial? It has a different husband listed ? Jim
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