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Judi Pate-LaCroix (#47733707)
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Bio Photo Researching Pate family from Monroe Co., IN
Father born in Bloomington, IN,Descendant of Abagos Pate who arrived in New Orleans in 1853 from port of LeHavre, France, but seems to have come from Germany border, possibly Alsace region.
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Bluespringsmom
Christina Pate
Hi Judi,

Just a note to let you know my g-grandmother was Christina Pate. What I know of her is she was a daughter of George and Sarah Pate. She married David Wood, son of William and Talitha Holmes Wood. They had two or three children, I think the first one died infancy. My grandfather was Elmer Seba Wood and his sister was Dolly Wood. I think Christina possibly died in childbirth with Dolly and soon after David Wood dies, too. The two children were raised by their grandmother, Talitha who moved from Indiana to Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma. I wish I knew how they died and where they are buried. Thank you for all the history research on the Pate family.
Added by Bluespringsmom on Apr 10, 2014 9:57 AM
Debbie Reynolds
Marvin Pate
Hi Judi,
I added the information for Marvin. If this is your family member and you would like a transfer send me a request from the memorial.

Debbie
Added by Debbie Reynolds on Sep 05, 2013 5:01 PM
StorybehindtheStones
RE: Chauvin's
Not a problem!!
Added by StorybehindtheStones on Jul 20, 2013 6:40 PM
Jim Bohn
RE: Davis memorials
You are welcome. I am currently going through the oldest sections of Clear Creek and adding any stones to Find A Grave that are not already memorialized. The Davis' were very recent additions.
Added by Jim Bohn on Jun 28, 2013 10:22 AM
Jen Snoots
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 17193137
Hi Judi,
Permission granted, just please make sure if you use it elsewhere on the internet that you credit me as photographer.
~Jen~
Added by Jen Snoots on Dec 02, 2012 11:02 AM
Margaret
Teddy E. Flynn memorial transfer
You are very welcome. Thank you for your help.
Margaret
Added by Margaret on Oct 08, 2012 9:03 AM
Margaret
65922823 your request for transfer
Please go to this Memorial and click on Edit in order to request the transfer. I need to have a name to be sure I'm transferring the correct Memorial. Or, I will be glad to add any info you have if you forward it to me.
P.S. Please ignore the reply I sent you regarding John Edward Schoeppe link to his mother. I have several requests and mistakenly replied to you on this one since I didn't have a name with your request.
Margaret 46995858
Added by Margaret on Oct 07, 2012 7:52 PM
Janet
Transfers
In order for me to transfer. You need to go to the memorial and use the "EDIT" tab. It sends everything I need to transfer memorial.
Added by Janet on Oct 07, 2012 7:14 PM
Bart Moonen
RE: Calvin Pate
Dear Mrs. Pate-LaCroix,

During a dig near the village of Schömerich in Germany in 2010 myself and a co-worker recovered a shrapnel damaged American helmet from a World War 2 foxhole. The helmet has been ID-ed as belonging to a Mike Philiposki who died of wounds sustained during a German counterattack on that position. However the helmet liner contained the number P 2366 which is a short version of the Army Serial Number used in that time period. The only match for this number is Calvin Pate. A company roster from August 1944 revealed to me that Calvin and Mike served together in G company of the 302nd Infantry Regiment, 94th Infantry Division. I was hoping to find out more information about Calvin, his life and perhaps some pictures of him. I have been studying the events of the so-called 'Battle of Lampaden Ridge' for about five years. Please contact me on my e-mail adress knightometalic@hotmail.com. Perhaps you also have some questions that I can help answer. I know that alot of World War 2 veterans never talked about their experiences.

Yours sincerely,
Bart Moonen
Added by Bart Moonen on Oct 06, 2012 10:58 AM
GenealogyByBrenda
Calvin Pate
I've sent you an email with a photo of Calvin. I'm not sure his parents have been added to F-A-G. There are a few memorials for George Washington Pate but I couldn't find any for Margaret.
Added by GenealogyByBrenda on Oct 05, 2012 10:49 AM
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