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|Ivan Keithley||More children for Lenora Larson Snyder|
In addition to Scott Miller, Lenora had three other children:
Paul W. Miller - b.1936, d.2008
Lloyd W. Miller - b.1928
Martina Miller Thorman b.1932
Birth years for Martina and Lloyd are calculated but very close, I'm sure.
Thanks for all your good work in this area.
Hi Marcia, hope this finds you well. I've been taking care of elderly parents and haven't been doing a lot of genealogy.
Added by Greg Dye on Aug 08, 2017 10:51 PM
|Betty Peterson||Randy Leroy Wright|
my uncle was buried in Glade Cemetery in Blandinsville, Il, his headstone pictured shows he died September 26,1982 but the find a grave says he died on the 27th?? do you know which is correct?
Thank you. I decided to follow your advice and go with the dates inscribed on the gravestones. I'm not related to the Mulhalls so if you are I would be happy to transfer the memorials.
Added by Scott on Jul 26, 2017 11:19 AM
|Jacki Klawonn||Vernon Vogler|
You are just simply the BEST!!!
THANK YOU !!!
I am assisting the Vogler family with their genealogy work and was real excited when we found two missing babies which you had created memorials for, Dorothy Luan Vogler #181404941 and Frank Vogler #181404613.
Can I please ask where you found the information for them?
But we are still missing another baby, Vernon Clarence Vogler born February 24, 1913 in Missouri - probably Adrian, MO.
Any information which you can provide would be greatly appreciated.
If you would rather e-mail me, my e-mail is email@example.com.
And thank you ever so much!!
|JAB||Elizabeth Allison, Memorial# 150142771|
I was excited to see your memorial and the possibility she is buried there at cemetery with son William Allison. I had created one for Elizabeth Hall Allison as I am descended through William Allison and Margaret Eakle. I got a D.A.R. supplemental approved for my mother for Patriot John Hall through Elizabeth Hall. Where did your information for death date come from? Any updates on verification process of her age?
Added by JAB on Jul 03, 2017 3:20 PM
|D. Blean||W W Weakley #8967213|
Marcia, you might be interested in the copy of a letter I found which William wrote to his sister talking about the death of James Hill Blean and the other wounded neighbors he saw as he worked as an orderly after the Battle of Perrysville. I've been looking for this letter for about 40 years which my aunt had shown me. Have no idea where she found it while doing her own research. You may not want to publish it here, up to you, but I think you and others would find it interesting. Here's a link to W W Weakley on my Ancestry Blean tree:
Added by D. Blean on Jun 17, 2017 6:04 PM
Thanks so much for your courtesy.
|Paul Rolfe||Paul Scarpellino|
Change made. I have had recent experience with folks submitting incorrect edit information. Those of us who try to keep our offerings accurate for the sake of researchers, genealogists and/or family members, often want to be able to verify or substantiate the reliability of this type of data. I appreciate your understanding. Paul
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