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Dave Bost (#47574223)
 member for 5 years, 1 month, 23 days
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Bio Photo Retired from Wonder Bread & Hostess Cake
Do sound & mixing and recording for Fellowship at Happy Trails at Surprise, AZ

Came from West Central Illinois

If I have a memorial of someone in your family, I will happily transfer to you. The only exception is if they are my family also. I will transfer no matter what generation or relation it is. I see no reason for people to be so stingy with the memorials if they aren't related in some way.
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 • 240 Memorials Added
 • 239 Memorials Managed
 • 1 Memorial/week
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Troylea McMaster
RE: McMaster Oneida Cemetery
Hi Dave this is Troylea

I'm sorry I've not seen your message until now

Lets link them! This is wonderful

Just tell me how to assist

Troylea Michael Lee McMaster Daughter
Added by Troylea McMaster on Aug 12, 2016 10:23 AM
Christene Trevino
Sleeping Bride Cemetary
David,
I am the niece of several of the people buried in this Cemetary. I grew up in the area of the cemetery, use to go by it to get to the old homestead as we called the home of the Thompson's.

I wanted to add some more details about the relationship of the people buried there.

Thank you
Christene Trevino
Added by Christene Trevino on Jun 23, 2016 1:35 PM
Anonymous
Tjaden
Thanks so much for transferring this memorial. I intend to add more to it in the future. With appreciation...
Added by Anonymous on Aug 28, 2015 6:23 AM
Kathyrn Todd
Shirley Jean Bost
I wish to thank you for this informative memorial to a lovely young girl who died too soon. Although her mother is only a distant relative of my ex-husband and my children I found it most touching. Thanks again for your fine work. Kathyrn
Added by Kathyrn Todd on Mar 13, 2014 10:23 AM
Patricia J Cumbie
George & Hazel Cumbie
Mr. Bost, I appreciate the fact that you added the wonderful photos that I request for Our Cumbie Family. But since I am not the one that added their memorials to Find A Grave, I can not connect them to their parents or anyone else. I thank you again for the photos.
Patricia Cumbie
Added by Patricia J Cumbie on Feb 18, 2014 4:25 AM
Patricia J Cumbie
Re: George Cumbie&Wife
I want to thank you very much for the wonderful photos of our Cumbie family memorial stones. I really appreciate all your efforts in getting the great, close up photos... Excellant for us older people with not so good eye sight anymore. Thank You!
Blessings
Added by Patricia J Cumbie on Feb 12, 2014 7:20 PM
Tundra Girl
RE: Hannah Peterson Anderson
Thanks Dave,

It would be so nice to have a photo of Hannah's headstone. Thanks for putting a memorial with photos on Find a Grave for Forrest and Albert!

Do you or your wife have any genealogy notes on Albert C. Anderson? It's challenging to follow the Swedish lines. I would love to share notes.

Added by Tundra Girl on Jan 19, 2014 1:35 PM
D Massey
RE: Hunts Paul
Hi Dave,

About my Uncle Paul Argo Hunt...

Paul (1st) married: Elsie (Boots) Mae Stuart on Sept 4, 1937 in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas
Paul was 24 yrs old and Elsie was 18 yrs old.

They had 5 kids...29 years later Paul marry again!

Paul (2nd) married: Mabel Lorraine Haven on
Oct 21, 1966 in Mendocino, California
Paul was 53 yrs old and Mabel was 48 yrs old.

Paul had died in Wickenburg, Arizona and being a military man was buried in an 'National Cemetery' in Fair Oaks Cemetery and Paul & Mabel are buried together.

Mabel Lorraine Haven and her (1st husband) Leroy Howard Frisbey Marcum were Marred on June 13, 1935, Virginia City, Nevada and they had 5 kids.

D Massey




Added by D Massey on Nov 02, 2013 12:54 PM
Roger Teters
Lois Bridges
I visited Lois in 2010 in Wickenburg.
Now find out she moved and died in Cottonwood, AZ.
THANKS for all your time and effort in helping.
Roger T.
( been to "Q" many winters )
Roger
Added by Roger Teters on Oct 16, 2013 11:33 AM
Dan Ryan
RE: Haynes
You are welcome, glad I could help
Added by Dan Ryan on Oct 07, 2013 11:43 PM
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