|Fay C. Leonard (#47190206)|
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|Donna Boyles Scrivener||RE: Auther Landon Hall|
Hi Fay! Thank you for checking back with me on this edit! Nora does need to stay listed as his wife and just add his parents. Thanks!! Donna
|Anne McGrew||Talitha Donono Haley|
There is already a page and photograph but it is listed under Donoho instead of Haley. I made a page and picture for Haley and then found an existing one under the Donoho name so I deleted mine.
Hello are you related to the Canters? My great great grandmother was Melvina Jane Canter, her parents were Amos Canter and Mary Elizabeth Davis Canter, Amos parents were John Canter and Barbara Walls. John Canter's parents were Thomas Canter and Penelope Conner. and so forth.
|Skye||RE: Fairview Church Cemetery|
Fay, Fairview Church is in Masontown where Harvey lived. I found a small obit that lists the services in the Fairview Church with Rev. Haught and then the burial in the cemetery. I want to make a trip to Fayette County this summer. I'll try and see if I can find anything else for you and if there is a headstone get a picture.
Added by Skye on Mar 25, 2017 10:51 AM
|Will Stamps||Find A Grave Memorial 175752641|
Would you mind obtaining a tombstone picture for Henry Lee Sadler - son of John Henry and Clifford Ann Sadler. Suspect that his stone may? have his wife's name on it (assuming that he was married). Oh, I made your correction and typed in Clifford Anne's maiden name - goofed on that one. Thank you, again
|Sandy Morrey||RE: Talitha Pate Donoho Haley|
WOW! That's some good work. Finally we know the TRUTH, given so many different mis-spellings!
|Will Stamps||Clifford Anne Sadler|
Well, Fay, looks like you nailed this one. I thought that since the Waggoners had her husband's stone, that this would be a sho-in.
Meanwhile, I'm still on a "roll" with about 30,000+ memorials to check up on.... Delbert Jones, dec., of Algood, never told me what he wanted me to do with the boxes and boxes of obituary clippings. After visiting dozens of Cumberland Valley cemeteries, I learned at least one thing - the majority of the deceased, who lived their lives in this area, are almost all related to every one else. And, Delbert could tell stories about most of these people as he pointed out one stone after the other. Wonder if WE are related.
|Lucinda Baker Phillips||Wilkerson transfer|
Edgar and Beulah Wilkerson were my maternal grandparents. Would you consider transferring their memorials to me?
Beulah Wilkerson #136180706
Edgar Wilkerson #136180668
Thanks, Lucinda Phillips
Hi, the info came from "Cemeteries North of the Cumberland River". I don't have access to the actual book. If you have the details, please email me and I'll be glad to add to the cemetery description.
Added by BF on Mar 06, 2017 12:23 PM
Thank you for the picture. Have a great week.
Added by Debi☼ on Feb 28, 2017 1:27 PM
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