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Birdgirl (#47240809)
 member for 7 years, 5 months, 9 days
Laurie Davis Hannah
RE: Flowers/Notes
Hi Joyce: Its been my honor to flower your military personnel. A job well done. Thanks for all your do for Find A Grave. Your Friend, Laurie

Added by Laurie Davis Hannah on Jan 19, 2017 10:07 AM

Judy Curnell
Thank you
Thank you for adding Virgil to your Special Soldiers list. Judy

Added by Judy Curnell on Oct 23, 2016 3:18 PM

Patty Valentino
Thank You.....
...so much for remembering and visiting Sgt. Manno on his Angel Day. That was a very kind and generous thing for you to do, and I appreciate it.
Have a happy evening.
((Hugs))
Patty

Added by Patty Valentino on Sep 20, 2016 2:17 PM

CHRISTIAN L BYRD
RE: Bird to Byrd
Yes ma'am I am Lee's daughter! And oh my goodness I haven't seen you since I was little!

Added by CHRISTIAN L BYRD on Mar 13, 2016 8:08 AM

Zane's Mom
Spc Zane Lee
Thank you for visiting my son's memorial today and leaving a token. Your kindness is appreciated!
Cecilia (Zane's Mom)

Added by Zane's Mom on Mar 06, 2016 9:07 PM

D Thompson
Thomas Bird
Birdgirl,
I'm somewhat new to Find A Grave but I believe we are 4th cousins through Thomas Bird (Me through Lee Bird). I'm searching for info on my great grandmother Sophrany Adelaide Tucker Byrd (m. William T. Byrd) and thought you might help. Thanks

Added by D Thompson on Feb 21, 2016 1:47 PM

BIRDMAN
RE: Augustus Byrd, Jr.
Thanks for your message left for me. You are most welcome for the message left for Gus. How could Birdman pass a memorial by Birdgirl and not have anything to say!
Have a great day!

Ken Mauck

Added by BIRDMAN on Sep 17, 2015 8:59 AM

Michael Anderson
RE: Initialed tombstones at Byrd Cemetery
Hi Joyce,

Are you related to Cynthia and Tony(?) Byrd? (Their parents owned one of the (two) stores at 'The Grove' for many years.)

As for the initialed grave stones, it has always sorta 'haunted me' that nobody would know the names of the persons buried there, and it has bugged me for decades! I was surely SURPRISED to see PICTURES of them online!!!

I feel extreme RELIEF to be able to share what little I know...and it's not much.

I never knew the cemetery has an 'official name' until yesterday: Granddaddy always called it 'Booger Hill' - even as a boy - so that's what I've always called it. Who knew?!?!?

******

I haven't finished my post for 'T E S', but I'll do it in a few minutes.

Grave marker 'T E S' is Thomas E Stone, another great-great-uncle: A son of George William Sr, and older brother of George William Jr. I have no further information about wives or children.

THANK YOU for providing me with an opportunity to put NAMES on those head stones! For some reason, I'm awash in tears of happiness, and the SPIRITS seem to be CELEBRATING!

Bless You!

Mike

Added by Michael Anderson on May 21, 2015 8:09 PM

 
 

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