|Dennis & Linda||Roberta Smith|
Linda's family knews Roena better. She use to come to the Tackett home on occasion with Lois. Linda said that she was a hoot and the family really liked her. So if her sister was anything like Roena, I can understand. There is a Robert Lynn Smith, Jr my Roberta. Without checking his obit, I assume that he was Robert's son. Born in 69 and died 2004 I think. Too young. Have a great day. - dennis
|Dennis & Linda||Roberta Smith - 2001|
As it turns out, my wife knew Roberta having met her once. Her older sister, Roena, worked with Linda's sister years ago. Both sisters married Smiths. The maiden name should be Marchant which is a large family in the area. Our contact does not know the location; but Linda feels like she can find it. - dennis
|Dennis & Linda||RE: Re: Roberta Smith|
I am very near the cemetery and fulfill requests often. In order to find it, we would have to search two phases. If I can get in touch with one of the board members they will have the information. My listing does not go to 2000. However, SS Death Index shows that she died in Jonesboro. Thought that she might have been buried there. - dennis
|TexFlower||Dr Dencil R Taylor # 95023193|
Welcome to Find A Grave. Enjoy Genealogy. it is a great lesson in History and you get to make many new friends and family. I am so pleased that a family member has found him.
|Dennis & Linda||Re: Roberta Smith|
Are you related to this person who is buried in the Elm Springs Cemetery? She is not on my listing because mine only goes to about the mid 1990's. If I can get the location, then I could take a photo. -- dennis
|GreenHills Stones Calling||transfers|
I am transferring the memorials for your grandfather Elmer Bidwell & Uncle Allen into your care.
Best wishes in Find A Grave,
|Ronnie & Marjeana||Samuel & Helen Warner|
The Grandparents that you requested have been transferred to you. Blessings, Marjeana & Ronnie
|Linda H Swindell||Jeff Pratt Tombstone|
I want to thank you for taking the time to go to the cemetery, locate the tombstone, photograph it and add it to the memorial. I really do appreciate it.
Linda H Swindell