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Gary Rice (#47883050)
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John Dowdy
RE: Cecil Rice
Hi Gary thank you for your reply. We do not have a lot of information regarding Gertrude. Do you know where she is buried? Did they have children, possibly Charlotte and Barbara? If you have any information to share feel free to use my e-mail.
jcdowdy_2000@yahoo.com
Added by John Dowdy on Sep 08, 2013 10:03 AM
John Dowdy
Cecil Rice
Hello Gary, are you related to Cecil Rice? Was he married to Gertrude Elizabeth Kruse?
Gertrude was my wife's Aunt. Take care.
Added by John Dowdy on Sep 06, 2013 3:20 PM
Cena Brown
RE: Howdy
Sorry to take so long to reply. Yes, I was here looking up some graves for a friend. At some point I plan to fill in as many gaps as I can with our family, add photos and such. Glad you are doing well.
Added by Cena Brown on Aug 12, 2013 1:59 PM
Anonymous
RE: Ollie Balkman info
Hi - Do you still need photos from Paris, AR? It is possible I will be able to travel there by the end of this year. I will be happy to see if I can help. Go ahead at your next convenience and send them, since I may not have any warning in regard to my travel window. This way I'll have the names and can try to help, if I go on short notice.
My grandmother was a florist in Paris for several decades, so I know the cemeteries very well. The town clerk has always been helpful with plot information also. The 2 general cemeteries have both grown by leaps just in my lifetime. Pam
Added by Anonymous on May 27, 2013 11:26 AM
Don Moe
RE: Robberson
Thanks for the information Gary. I have made the appropriate changes.
Added by Don Moe on Apr 28, 2013 5:46 PM
Kenneth Sturdivant
Mary Rutherford
Gary I really don't think the "Myrtle M. Rutherford" buried at Moore is the Mary Rutherford you are looking for. Myrtle M. was born in 1927 and died during 1942, at age fifteen. It is my opinion; Martha Rutherford was a sister of Mary Rutherford and both were children of Glen A. & Callie 'Moore' Rutherford. Glen has a brother, William, also buried at Moore and it is their descendants who comprise the seven Rutherford burials there. Glen and William's parents and other brothers are buried at Mt. Carmel. I can't seem to find any information on Mary 'Rutherford' Rice other than she was nine year old when the 1920 U.S. census was taken.
Added by Kenneth Sturdivant on Apr 16, 2013 6:49 AM
Don Moe
RE: Mary Sarah Rice
Gary, I don't have any information on Mary Sarah Rice. She's not listed as one of my wife's relatives. Sorry.....

Don
Added by Don Moe on Apr 14, 2013 7:48 PM
Don Moe
RE: Dora Mosley
Dora added as wife of Ed Mosley tonight.

Don
Added by Don Moe on Apr 14, 2013 7:06 PM
Marilyn Morris
RE: Ephraim Newton Lee
I found your Ephriam. I had it spelled Ephriam, not Ephraim. Which is correct?
If you have more information for him, please feel free to send it but use the edit button. Makes it easier on me. Marilyn Morris
Added by Marilyn Morris on Apr 14, 2013 3:35 PM
Marilyn Morris
RE: Ephraim Newton Lee
I did not find Ephraim Newton Lee. And I clicked on the number you sent me (96173436) and opened Jennie E Lee's memorial. I did not create that memorial, therefore, I cannot make additions or correctons on it.

So that you will get a better response in the future, open the memorial (Jennie E. Lee) and at the top right you will see a button stating "Edit." Click on that button. then you will see a list of choices. Click on "Suggest a correction or provide additional Information. When that opens, click the small box that states "Send me a copy" then write your request in the box. It is best to "always" make your request through the edit button. Sometimes it is a lot of work to find it if you don't. I wish you luch with your request. If Ephraim Newton Lee's is my memorial, then send the request through his edit box.

Sincerely, Marilyn Morris
Added by Marilyn Morris on Apr 14, 2013 3:29 PM
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