|Ruthie Westbrook (#47365667)|
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|I was born in New Jersey but have lived for the most part in Georgia, Alabama, and North Carolina. I am working on my Fowler family tree on ancestry.com and I must say, I find it interesting that the further back in time (1600's) you go, the more info you get to see. I enjoy going through cemetaries and reading the names and dates and picturing in my mind what the clothes were like and the work and the homes. I have just started doing the photo volunteer on here. I am retiring at the end of April 2012 and will be able to devote alot of time doing this and I truly hope it helps others with their searches.|
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|Rosemary Robbins||William T. Landry, Jr.|
I've fulfilled your photo request for William. However next to him is a marker for Eleanor M. Landry. Let me know if you would like this photo also.
|Charlie Porter||RE: America Fowler|
Call on me anytime I can be of help to you.Gods Peace
|E Jones||RE: Maggie Ely|
You are very welcome. It was no problem to find her.
Added by E Jones on Jan 28, 2013 5:05 PM
Hi Ruthie! I am not related to the Fowler fammily. I saw there was a difference in dates and wanted to let you know I had added the the obituary. Take care. Pat
Added by Pat on Oct 29, 2012 5:50 PM
|dorisG||RE: Eva and Alex Adams|
You are more than welcome.
Added by dorisG on Jul 26, 2012 5:07 PM
|Gary A. Parsons||George Magruder Battey|
Thank you very much for the photo of Dr. George Magruder Battey's resting place. It means a great deal to our family.
I sent you an e-mail shortly before I received your photo.
|David Olsen||James Brock|
Thank you so much for the photo for James. He was one of 31 men from D Company of the 22nd Infantry that was killed in Vietnam. Soon I will have them all back together again where they belong and then my work will be done.
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