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I am not related to most of the folks I have created memorials for. A lot of these individuals are buried at Locust Hill Cemetery in Evansville, Indiana. If you would like a transfer, please ask and I will get to it you as soon as I can. |
My only request is that you seek my permission before using these photos on any website or publication other than Find A Grave. Per Find A Grave's policy, photos taken by me are copyrighted. Thank you for understanding.
Surnames/memorials I will NOT transfer: Williams, Oslage, Rader, Walker, Derrington, Hurm, Lord, White, McGuinness, Birkhead, Brenner, Smith, Stone, Cobb. I am related to each of these in some manner and/or they were friends who have passed on.
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Brigitte Tucker..., darlene sneed, Debbie Williams, Edda Meinikat, Familykeeper, Jan Holliday, jonathon2121, Judy T., Kristy Capatina, Nick Powell, PAULETTE BOLEY, Phillip William..., Phyllis Willia...
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|Linda Y||RE: Lively family|
Did you get my email about our lively famiky. Linda
Added by Linda Y on Jun 17, 2017 7:42 AM
|Richard Mayo||RE: Thomas Vandiver?|
I emailed you but got no reply, how can i help you
|Patricia O||#70275804 for Thomas J. Lively|
I'll be sending you an email either this evening or tomorrow with the information you requested. I went ahead and did a light search of Mr. Lively and will add my findings to his memorial. If you have additional information you would like to see added that would be great!
Thanks for transfer
Added by Linda Y on Sep 22, 2016 9:55 AM
I can not add the info because I am no the owner of this memorial.
Added by Bob on Jun 16, 2016 11:16 PM
Added by ProgBase on May 16, 2016 8:09 PM
|Don Stowell||RE: Rice & Martha Williams|
Rice came to Tucson because he had pulmonary tuberculosis. Until the 1950's, there was no cure or good treatment for TB so the doctors just told everybody to go to Arizona. There were several TB Sanitariums in Tucson and the US Veterans Hospital was also located there. Many of the TB victims were the result of the poisonous gases used in the trenches in WWI. Those gases weakened the lungs and allowed TB free access.
This is from the Moore Family Tree on Ancestry: "Death
Rice Williams died on December 14, 1923, in Tucson, Arizona, when he was 73 years old.
14 Dec 1923 • Pima County, Tucson, Arizona,(Died at son Benjamins home) I have not been able to verify that.
Texas Death Cert: Benjamin died of TB on 03 Sept 1927 in San Angelo, TX.
Better than 1/2 of the deaths in Pima County (Tucson) Arizona in 1923 were from TB.
|Don Stowell||Rice & Martha WILLIAMS|
I copied and used your photo of Rice & Martha on Rice's gravesite in Arizona. If you object please let me know. Rice is at Find A Grave# 162611012
|Tamara McDaniel Kincaide||RE: Willard R. Seaton|
I would be happy to transfer I have Seaton connections but cannot claim Willard as yet. If someday I do I will contact you
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