I am a descendent of Henry N. and Eleanor E. Bennett Faubion. Their son Henry Mark was my great-grandfather. My grandfather was Wilbur L. and my mother was Betty B. I have tried to get the contributor who entered pictures and data about their graves to make changes. He has listed them at Pleasant Ridge, Kirwin, but they are buried at Pleasant Ridge in Northern Phillips County on Buffalo Road. I have recently ordered a headstone for them since currently there are only small metal grave markers.
|duck77||Lon Lifsey memorial|
I just realized the memorial for Lon Lifsey memorial that you so kindly transferred to me is the same as the memorial for Alonzo Lifsey (Memorial# 101427802). Would you mind deleting the photo of his grave you took on the memorial for Lon Lifsey and upload it onto the memorial for Alonzo Lifsey? I can then delete the duplicate of Lon Lifsey. I want to make sure you not only get the credit for the photo you took, but I don't think I can move the photo because I did not upload it. Thanks so much!
Added by duck77 on Mar 02, 2015 8:25 PM
Thank you for the transfers of the Lifsey family memorials. I will take good care of them.
Added by duck77 on Dec 10, 2014 12:19 AM
Thank you for the edit and link of Rusty to his parents. He is my husband's first cousin.
Added by duck77 on Dec 09, 2014 11:40 AM
|Roger Post||Horace Allen and Ann Eliza Akin Allen|
Wendy, thanks making the edits and for the transfer. These are distant relatives of mine.
|Ruth Jenkins-McIntire||Lucinda Myers|
Your question: Have you been able to locate the cemetery in Ohio where Lucinda is buried?
I have not looked lately but will try again. Nothing so far.
|Dena Iverson||Gravestone photos|
Thank you for posting the pictures for Suzanne Mollyhorn.
|455th AAA Historian||John E. Noe|
Wendy, thank you for the 'Noe' grave photos. Much appreciated!
|Dena Iverson||Suzanne Mollyhorn|
Thank you so very much for the transfer. A picture of her gravestone would be great!.
|Anne Kimber||Fairview Cem, Clarks, NE|
Hi Wendy, my husband and I stopped by the cemetery yesterday to look for Fountain H. Barnes' grave and photograph as many stones as we could find. I only today realized you have been adding more photos. In many cases your photo is better in some regards and mine in others; it makes the most sense to leave both up, don't you think? Anne Kimber
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