|Donnie Caton (#47367255)|
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|lavenderjeanne||RE: Viola E. Cox|
Sorry, I havent done this for awhile, and moved from the area. Will sign Viola over to you. Blessings, Jeanne
|Renae Burgess Linn||Myrla May Marr Johnson|
I transfered the other memorials to you. We must be related somehow Myrla was my great aunt. Her brother Earl was my grandfather.
Renae Burgess Linn
|Yvette Aune||RE: Carnahan|
Your information on Milton Porter and Mary Ellen (Smith) Carnahan's children have been added to their sites. Thank you for the information.
|judyzoo||BABY GIRL CATON|
DONNIE I CHECK THE CITY VIEW CEMETERY AND THEY HAD NO RECORD FOR BABY CATON OR ANY OTHER PEOPLE BY THAT LAST NAME..SORRY I COULDN'T HELP YOU ON THIS
Added by judyzoo on Feb 06, 2012 6:12 PM
|Jenny Brown||Stanley Fry, Forest Hill Union Cemetery, Piqua, OH|
I found this stone and the name on it is actually Stanley Fay (not Fry.) There is already a memorial for him. Have a great day!
|KeithD||RE: mabel liddle|
here are the liddle's and bowes at rose hills; maybe some of them are related. if they are, submit a photo request and i will try to fulfill:
Added by KeithD on Aug 03, 2011 10:25 PM
|June DeLuccio||Mable Liddle|
As I am rather new to this, I am hoping that this will reach you. I just happened to run across your message about the lack of a gravestone at my mother's grave. First of all, my mother never wanted a gravestone and secondly, in the area she was buried in Rosehills, I believe they all had just the flat stone markers at that time and last, but not least, Mom always told us that the reason she didn't need a gravestone was because she felt that GOD would always know where she was. It certainly was not because her children didn't love her, as it seemed to be "implied" here, as we all did very deeply. She was a wonderful mother to us all. She was the eldest of 13 living and 6 that either died shortly after birth or were still-born; born to Mary Catherine Caton, nee, Carnahan and Edgar Orticle Caton. Her brothers were Floyd, Ovie, Eddie, Milo, Clifford and Clifton, (twins),Winfred, and the youngest was Alfred. Her sisters were Ona, Edith, and Nola. She also had a sister who died at about the age of one year and her name was I believe Myrtle. I believe that Aunt Ona had a twin brother who's name was I think, Otha, but I think he died shortly after birth. I hope we can make connection and perhaps fill in the blanks of our lineage. Very Truly Yours, June DeLuccio nee Bowes
i thought you might like to update the record with her grave location (she is unmarked by the way, but i will post a photo anyway):
gate 1, garden of affection, section 3, lot 925, grave 3
Added by KeithD on Aug 02, 2011 9:42 PM
|Sharon Welch||RE: Infant Caton|
I got the cemetery records from www.iamonroe.org
You will find all the cemeteries transcriptions there. This is where I ran onto the information.
|Chuck Hilton||Stanley Fry|
plot location M-2184B
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