|James Mullin||Farrar family|
I saw that you posted on Leo Lyle Farrar im am looking for info on his dad Albert Leo Farrar who lived in Lewistown Montana if you could email me that would be great email@example.com
Added by James Mullin on Jan 08, 2015 9:33 PM
|Justin L. Smith||RE: Mary Ward|
Thanks so much!
Added by Justin L. Smith on Nov 07, 2012 12:30 AM
Thank you for your kind and generous offer. Appreciate all that you and so many others are doing to keep family history alive and well.
Added by Glyn Trimble on Jun 05, 2012 10:21 AM
List in Cemetery...do not know exact locations.
SWINK, Mazie Idell Eaton - b. no date; d. 20 October 2002 - age 75 - wife of Bill Swink
----- mother of Greg, Doug & Karen - sister of Dan & Travis **
SWINK, William I. -- b. 17 March 1895; d. 14 April 1961
SWINK, William J. – b. no date; d. 18 November 2003 – age 82
----- father of Gregg, Doug & Karen -- WWII Army Air Corps ** **
Don't worry about it if you don't find the locations...I have the cemetery recordsd as noted above...
Added by Glyn Trimble on Apr 01, 2012 1:53 PM
|Bud Frohn||Robert McKamey|
Thank you very much for the photos of Robert, his son & daughter-in-law. I appreciate your time and effort in getting and posting them.
Added by Bud Frohn on Apr 01, 2012 12:22 AM
|Dale||Hope Cemetery Photo|
Thanks for the photo of the tombstone for Fred Dye MYERS. For some reason he was listed as simply Fred DYE in the Hope Cemetery inventory. Now I see his last name was Myers. Thank you!
Added by Dale on Mar 31, 2012 7:37 PM
|Sheryl C||RE: Lance Alley birthdate|
Hi- I was going by the 1895 Kansas state census, where it shows Lance to be 2 months old. I agree with you, I have found many, many errors even in official documents such as SSDI and WWI Draft registrations! I am related to Lance, but very distantly through the Alleys (4th cousin, 3x removed). I was tickled to get his middle name from your obituary for him. Keep up the good work! -Sheryl
Added by Sheryl C on Mar 30, 2012 7:24 AM
|Shirley Goingღ||RE: Thank you|
You just brought tears to my eyes and a rush to my heart. It is so surprising to me how one's words can affect another person without you ever knowing it. I have had so many wonderful Find A Grave members tell me the same as you, the words of my bio touched them deeply. When I wrote it, I was simply trying to get on paper why I so despartely needed this site and to try everyday to show my gratitude for having found it by forging ahead with my life and making sure another day did not pass that I didn't work on finding out from who and where I came. I also wanted to help others by adding info of their loved ones that I happened across along the way. Thank you for your kind words and I wish you joy, love and happiness along your travels in finding your loved ones of the past.
Your Find A Grave Cuz, sj
Added by Shirley Goingღ on Mar 23, 2012 10:06 PM
|Beckie (Carter) Williams||RE: James C. Alley|
You are very welcome:)
Added by Beckie (Carter) Williams on Mar 22, 2012 3:10 AM
|Linda Claxton 💕||RE: Lawrence Alley's headstone|
It was my pleasure.
Added by Linda Claxton 💕 on Mar 21, 2012 9:18 AM
Hi Trish. John and Elizabeth are now yours.
Added by Bill Baumbach on Mar 20, 2012 9:34 PM
Hi Trish, Thanks so much for the photo. I am however hoping you can help me make sure that this is the person I am looking for. There is another Martha Nearns (related) that died around 1938, and may be buried here as well. Does the cemetery have any record of this burial, or are there any other Nearnses nearby to help me identify which one this is?
Thanks for your help...
Bobbie Jo Nearns
Added by Nearns on Jul 18, 2011 3:34 PM