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Patricia Laird (#47820631)
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Tim Phillips
Elizabeth Smith Crider
Hi, I seen you mentioned her burial was in Lemuel Ball's book I'm curious does it say she was the wife of Nathan Harris Crider? I'd just like to know that is the right Elizabeth.

Do you have the actual book?

Thanks,
tim
Added by Tim Phillips on Jun 13, 2014 7:03 AM
ButterflyGirl
Nellie
Thanks for the quick response. The person who created this original memorial is deceased. That may be why you didn't get an answer. I am managing some of the many thousands of memorials she created and I'll ask the admin folks to delete the first one since yours has so many links. I don't know how long it will take them to respond since they are really busy folks. Thanks for all your hard work. I love to see folks taking the time to honor their family by keeping these memorials
Added by ButterflyGirl on Apr 27, 2014 7:04 AM
ButterflyGirl
Nellie Woolum
There was an existing memorial for her created July 18, 2006. Not sure what happened, but it looks like you have created two more for her on March 25, 2013, so now she has three memorials.
Added by ButterflyGirl on Apr 27, 2014 12:01 AM
Marilyn Traylor Syx
Bill Ball's Link to Parents
I have linked Bill Ball to his parents per your request. Thanks for their memorial numbers.
Added by Marilyn Traylor Syx on Feb 10, 2014 11:12 PM
McKeemanGreen
Ages Cemetery
Could you please help identify the location of Ages Cemetery. I can't seem to locate it on any maps. I saw you took the picture of a distant cousins headstone, William Andrew Crider. I am looking for his parents Nathan and Elizabeth Crider. They are my 3rd great grandparents. Any help would be appreciated. Andy Green
Added by McKeemanGreen on Nov 02, 2013 2:26 PM
andrea nelson
RE: Loyd Ball
Wow nice to 'meet' you :)That would make us realted although how,it would take time for me to figure haha! Loyds son Henry Hampton, is my great grandfather, Hamps first daughter, Suvilla was my grandmother. Well I did find the Betty Ball you are talking about, and no my Bettie Ball (Creech) was born 1887 and died 1947. Man when you get into Creeches and Balls it gets a lil messy trying to sort them out! Well thank you for responding. I wasn't sure if you were near or not, but sure keep it in mind if you are around again. Next time i'll need to take your advice and get a guide...we had a hard time finding the cemeterys.
Andrea
Added by andrea nelson on Jul 29, 2013 1:00 PM
andrea nelson
Loyd Ball
Hi! I'm sooo excited you have a pic of his grave! I was just in Harlan and didn't find this one, so I was just a bit disappointed. I am his Great-Great Granddaughter, wondering if you are in the area again if you could see if there is a grave for Henry Hampton "Hamp" Ball and Bettie (Elizabeth Creech)Ball Hamp is Loyds son. Thanks!
Added by andrea nelson on Jul 28, 2013 7:39 PM
osengineer3
RE: Update on Mossie Starrett
Thanks for posting the photo for her son. I'd say they're buried next to each other. She may have had a marker like his at one time. Thanks for your help.
Added by osengineer3 on Jun 17, 2013 12:50 PM
osengineer3
RE: Update on Mossie Starrett
Thanks for the information. Richard was Mossie's son. Quite honestly, I'm not sure if the last name was Hodge or Hodges. As far as Mossie's last name is concerned, the death certificate lists it as Starrett. So, that's what I've referred to it as. That's basically where I got all my information. Do you have a photo of Richard's headstone? I'd like a copy if you wouldn't mind. Thanks for your assistance.
Added by osengineer3 on Jun 05, 2013 12:11 PM
osengineer3
Mossie Starrett
Thank you for looking for the headstone. I'm sorry it isn't there. A lot of this family didn't have a lot of money. So, it may have never been placed. Thanks for your efforts.
Added by osengineer3 on Apr 16, 2013 12:20 PM
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