|J. Smith (#47617870)|
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Primarily researching the Smith, Everett, Mullins and Ketchum family trees in Florida, Alabama and Georgia. Also researching the Woodham, Windham, McArthur and Trawick family trees.|
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|Sandra Blackburn-Vaine||Arlene Stalls|
I'm sorry but the cemetery reported that they do not have a record of Mrs. Stalls burial. I made a notation on the request but left the request open. If you have any information about her burial that would be helpful please let me know and I will try again. ~Sandie
|Investigator||LizzieWarner & Daniel D. Hayes|
Photos have been posted. While there I also posted several photos of other Hayes and Warner family members.
|Investigator||RE: Hayes Family|
Thank You, This is my retirement hobby and pleasure. I still have two outstanding photo request to fill as soon as the church secretary pinpoints the exact location of the graves. I suspect they are in the family plot and unmarked, but will let you know further.
|Investigator||Juanita Elizabeth Hayes Steele/Herndon|
Also located the above, which I photographed and created a memorial (#174935255). She is the granddaughter of Daniel & Viola Hayes and is buried in their family plot.
|Investigator||George G. Hayes Jr photo request|
Located the grave in St Peters Cemetery. Marker has middle initial "G" rather than "D". Possible error by engraver.
|Tammi Powell||RE: Johnnie Ray Killegrew|
You are very welcome, wish I could have found him for you. However, there is many reasons why he was not located, if you get more information by chance let me know the next time I am there I will see if the new information matches up to anyone there. New information meaning: different name for burial, A funeral Home for services, a Death Certificate showing burial place. Any of the above will help to see if he is there for sure.
|Joanna Stokes||RE: Mayo Photos|
You're welcome, I'm happy to help!
|laura wall||RE: David A. Ketcham|
you are more than welcome.
|Sheryl Moore Lord||RE: Ketchum Photos|
|Ron Altman||f.a.g. memorial for F. Jean Smith|
I'm assuming you're her son. I served in church with her and also as a volunteer usher at the Arts Center. I notice her mother was a Ketchum. My maternal grandmother was also a Ketchum. In your research, have you found any connections to Ketchums in Michigan or Indiana?
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