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Suz Shrum (#47421989)
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Alonzo Rouse
Sorry, I don't know. Everything I know about him is on the memorial.
Added by Thousandwinds on Dec 22, 2014 10:52 AM
TobyTovar
Smalley Family.
As I mentioned I took pictures of Smalley members today. In addition to those listed by you earlier I was able to add 12 Smalley family members not previously listed and the pictures of their markers. I hope this helps some with your records and at the family reunion. I will be happy to transfer ownership of these new memorials if you wish.
Best wishes,
Toby
Added by TobyTovar on Jun 08, 2013 3:54 PM
TobyTovar
Marker Photos.
I have a request for grave site pictures for 7 markers at the St. Paul Methodist church in Lincolnton, Ga. While I was there I thought, since there were not a lot of internments, that I would take photos of all visible markers. Since you have some great personal pictures on the memorial sites you created I thought I would ask before adding pictures of their markers. Please let me know and if you are opposed to the pictures I will not post them for all the memorials you created.
Toby Tovar
Added by TobyTovar on Jun 07, 2013 8:33 PM
Patti Sanders
jean o'steen giroir
sorry, the name does not ring a bell for me in any of my data. Good luck to you. patti
Added by Patti Sanders on Jun 14, 2012 7:15 PM
 

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