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|Sue Thompson Patterson||Sam Walker|
I have spent 3 days on one page of the records for black people in the cemetery. I have found some information and records. A lot of discrepentcies(sp?). In East 1st Addition Block 66 Lot B Space 5, I have a Johnny Walker buried 6 Nov 1950. You have a Sam Walker location unknown right now, that died 4 Nov 1950. I wonder if they were the same person, related, or two different people. I hesitate to put in Johnny with a date so close without further records to back him up. I guess I will hoping that someone will recognize him and contact me with more information. This is the pits.
I am thinking that early next year, I will have a couple of afternoon or afternoon and evening at the Earl Powell Center as have the Slatonite announce it asking for people to come in if they have people buried in Englewood and bring evidence of birth, death, obit, certs, marriages, kin, etc. and see if I can get any response or help. I sure wixh you were here to help because one person will not be enough, I am sure. To keep people waiting for a long time will not be sufficient. Especially if one has lots of information and wants to talk.
I wish we could get a a memorial for the black people buried in Englewood that no one knows no headstones. It breaks my heart to see these people uncared for. I guess the memorial that James was talking about would be the thing, but I believe that it should show the blacks, whites and Hispanics all on the same monument. I think I shall talk to him some more.
Hope all your boxes are empty. Delete this long message so people who send you other messages won't think I am crazy and from outer space.
|Sue Thompson Patterson||Lonnie Mae Knowles|
I'm confused. DOD here is 22 Aug 1977 and Burial is 26 Aug 1976. I have both in 1976. I'll try to check for a headstone tomorrow. Sue
|Sue Thompson Patterson||Bessie M. Taylor McCray|
Cindy, can you tell me anything more about this person? Location? Anything? I have two (same person) Bessie Irene Taylors. The oldest one was created in 2003 and has almost no information. Another was created in 2005 and is pretty much complete. I sent messages to the man who originally created the incomplete memorial and hinted if he would choose to delete his as the other had all of the information that he would be seeking. Haven't heard back. Call me and let me know what is happening with you.
|kaci cross||L T Crawford|
Thank you for adding his initials. He was my father-in-laws bother-in-law and I never knew or heard anyone ever call him anything other than L.T. I appreciate you adding it.
|David Sifford||E.M. Rudd|
Hi. Just for the record and in case you may not know this, when a duplicate memorial is made, F.A.G. general policy is to go with the older or more complete memorial. I can't merge any memorial. Only the Admin can do this. The newer memorial is the one that should be deleted. Keep up the good work in Englewood.
Hi Cindy, Would you please link O. A to Bertha after you add him? Her number is 58765855
Added by Shirley on Dec 20, 2012 5:07 AM
|Shirley||RE: O A Roberson|
His full name was Owen Andrew Roberson
Father was John Roberson and Mother was Rachel Unknown
He was born Apr 25, 1891 in Mississippi and died Dec 16, 1945 in El Paso County, Texas. The cause of Death was broken neck and loss of blood from am auto accident
He was married to Bertha Rinne Roberson.
All info comes from his death certificate with the exception of spouse and I already had that on other records.
If I can help you with anything else please let me know. I have a lot of different sources that I can look for info on
Added by Shirley on Dec 19, 2012 9:17 PM
|Shirley||RE: O A Roberson|
I will check on that and try to get back to you in a couple of days
Added by Shirley on Dec 19, 2012 8:44 PM
I added his name as her second husband
|Thelma||Aura & Henry Hollis|
TYVM for the info on my G'Aunt & G'Uncle. Wishing you and yours a Blessed day and a Merry Christmas.
Added by Thelma on Dec 11, 2012 5:16 AM
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