|Kathy||Benjamin Anthony Bennett|
On his grave memorial (#98140241), there is a copy of his will. The print is so small, I can't read it. Could you possibly email me a copy so I can enlarge it to see it better? My email is email@example.com. Thank you so much for your help!
Added by Kathy on Feb 18, 2015 12:31 PM
|Craig Thweatt||RE: webb|
|Don & Mary Cavender||RE: Miller Helton|
|Weldon Collins||William Everett Kennard|
I appreciate the bio for William Everett Kennard who is buried at Watts Chapel in Grandview and now it has been added. Thanks for passing on the info
|Melissa Cassidy-Dwyer||Harold Jean Houser|
Thank you for the obit, really appreciate it.
|jim gillis||Bessie Holloway Montgomery|
She is buried at Rosedale with her first husband Joseph Madison Montgomery. I linked her to Mr. Christie also. Who is your stepmother. Bessie Holloway's mother Mary Holloway was a Webster. Her brother was Everett Webster who married my grandmother's sister Mary Magdalene. I have always wanted to meet Mary and Everett's descendants. Someone still visits and puts flowers on their graves at Adams Cemetery in Jessup. If you can find out please have them contact me. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Leona Henderson||RE: Roy Simpson|
My pleasure-enjoy and feel free to use the photos in any way that enhances your family history.
|Cisco Kid||RE: Antonia Parsons|
|Cisco Kid||Antonia Parsons|
The correction you sent for Antonia, Memorial# 128254847 resulted in the creation of memorials for 4 sisters, mother and links to her Grand Parents.
Still cannot find her father Benjamin.
Thanks for the jumpstart.
|DFmd||RE: John McClain|
My statement about the location of markers at Jackson cemetery is only about Rebecca McClain whose tombstone I saw years ago with a Greenway who owned a store near the cemetery and who took me to the cemetery the only time I've ever been there. I know I saw the tombstone and I remember the sensation of standing there. I lived in California at the time, so was not in a position to photograph all the monuments there. As all the activities of the family are documented nearby (on my Ancestry site) and since there were a number of monuments there, I trust that (as was told me by other McClain researchers much closer to this cemetery), that the graves are there. It's too bad that no one near this cemetery has photographed all that is there. I now live in Maryland, so it's not doing to happen through my hands. I am no longer in touch with the McClain researchers who told me what was there as my communications were decades ago.
Added by DFmd on May 12, 2014 4:38 PM
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