Would it be possible for you to get some picture of the graves of Uncle Jess and Aunt Fannie Boyce?
Thanks so much.
Added by Connie on Oct 03, 2015 12:03 AM
|Audrey Staples||RE: Matilda (Kellerman) Metcalf|
It is a little confusing - and it would be for Matilda Angeline (Ketterman) not Kellerman, Metcalf. She was my gr-gr-grandmother's sister. Since they were orphaned as very very young children - it would make sense that the birth date could be forgotten or not known.
I can look into it further for you and send you an edit for her correct maiden name and middle name. And a link to her parents. Or did I already send it and you refused it? Let me know. Thanks so much!
|Jim Ottmer||Amon Fuller Camp|
You memorial for him is a duplicate with # 109707767. Any chance you guys could work a solution so that there is one memorial with all the data. The Camps from Camptown are my relatives and I just want to see all the information in one place. Thank you.
Ron, Thanks for the obits for Lois Jean McCormick Beavers, Jr. Cole, and Anna Hofer.
I really appreciate your work on find-a-grave.
They have been posted.
|Betty Sears||Bane Memorials|
Thanks Ron for the obits for the Bane men. I have them posted to their memorials.
Thanks for all you do for find-a-grave.
|LefflerResearcher||RE: Withington family-Smith County|
Thanks for checking. I think I now have all the descendants of Sarah Leffler and Samuel Myers found (including some living that I found in obits or other info). I couldn't do all this family research without the help of others and you have contributed many names to my tree through your work on findagrave. Thank you so much.
|Sarah Olsen||Marie Calkin|
Thanks for the death date on Marie, it is done
The obit has been transferred. Thank you.
Added by TLC on Jun 01, 2015 12:42 PM
Thanks Ron for sending the obit for Mr. Hofer.
It is posted.
Appreciate your work on find-a-grave.
|LefflerResearcher||Withington family-Smith County|
Hi Ron - I see you have been adding Withington (and other) memorials from Pleasant View. Have you come across an Elmer Withington? He died in 1918 if the public trees on ancestry.com are correct. I know he was not in the census of 1920 and Susan was listed as a widow. His wife, Susan is there (#146553951) and a couple of their children, Clare (#146554191) and Racey (146554086). I just found a daughter who is buried in West Virginia, Frances M. Withington Nonamaker, and will link to both parents if I can. I will wait to see if I hear about Elmer, before I do anything. Thanks again for all the work you are doing.
PS: regarding Racey Withington mentioned above, he should have a military stone as I found an application for one. He evidently died in service and the application says he was awarded a Purple Heart and says that he died in the south west Pacific
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