|Andy Baker (#47346615)|
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|David Parsons||William M Dorsett|
Hello Andy, I am working to document the old city cemetery.
I am presently working on the vets.
I found you have William M Dorsett. He is a ww ii vet.
I see there is a family vault at Blk 33, with several individual graves around it.
Do you know where in the cemetery he was buried?
Would he be in the family vault?
Any help is appreciated.
David Parsons email@example.com
|Serenah McKay||Gus Ripley McClain Sr. burial|
I saw your memorial for my great-grandfather Gus Ripley McClain Sr. Thank you for putting that online! You asked for help from family members regarding where he is buried. It must be Mission Burial Park South. I remember visiting his grave with Grandmother Mac when I was little, and seeing their shared headstone. It left quite an impression on me, because I thought it must be creepy to see your own headstone with your birth date on it just waiting for your death date. I was 15 when she died, so I remember her very well and attended her funeral.
I've been trying to find out where their unnamed son who was born and died August 1905 is buried. I'm guessing LaVernia, since he's not at Concrete or Mission Burial Park South. If you find out, could you drop me a line?
Gus and Willie's youngest son, Orville Graves "O.G." McClain, was my maternal grandfather. His daughter Gail is my mom. Are you related to us? I see your tree on Ancestry.com all the time, and have often wondered how we're connected. You do excellent work, by the way!
I'll be visiting Mom in Texas this August, and will make a point to visit Mission Burial Park South and take pictures of all my family members' graves.
Thanks again for all you do!
|Roger||Parents of Nathaniel INNIS|
The parents of Nathaniel Innis are George Washington Innis b. 1838, n Garrard Kentucky d. 1929 in Scott County, Virginia and Martha Rebecca Renfro b. abt 1848 in Scott County, Virginia, d. 1 Feb. 1942 in Kingsport, Sullivan, Tennessee. They were married 26 Sept. 1866 in Scott County, Virginia. George was buried in Long Hollow, Scott, Virginia in an unmarked grave.
Added by Roger on Jun 07, 2016 1:08 PM
|Stephen Connor Schneider||Dovie Maye Leeves|
May I have your permission to use your photo of Dovie? Are you related to her?
|Anonymous||Memorial for Kiesha Laneve Adcock|
Thank you for creating my niece's memorial.
|Paul Ainsworth||RE: Walter Duggan marker photo|
it took a month, but I have finally added the marker photo you requested.
|Mavis Clemmer||Daniel McKay|
Thank you so much. I have copied it in his bio in its entirety. Thank you. Mavis
Are you related to Theodore Shipley?
Added by Tamera on Apr 19, 2016 9:32 PM
|Bill and Denise||RE: George Crockett Shoaf photo|
Thanks! Sometimes when I take the photos and send edits, I hope the person on the other end doesn't get upset. Sometimes I hesitate to send edits......
|Valita||Matthew T Walling, # 113312963|
Curious as to your source for a first name of "Mattison" for Matthew Walling. I have seen nothing except "Matthew" for him. I'd like my genealogy to be correct, so any help you can give me is appreciated!
Added by Valita on Apr 09, 2016 5:36 PM
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