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|Craig Thweatt (#46600738)|
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I was born in Murray Ky and lived in this area all of my life except for about 7 years I lived in southern Ill.|
Now im back in Calloway Co. and will probably die here, I hope not to soon though maybe in 40 years or so but if it's sooner then I will not complain because I have had a good life!
Also if there is any wrong info that I have posted or if anyone want's to add to what I have already then just use the suggest a correction feature and I will edit the changes.
Also if you want a memorial I maintain then just use the edit tab and ask for it im not related to 98% of the ones that I made a memorial for but if I am then I will let you know and then see who is more close related.
Ok I was going to add more to my Bio but will later
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|Kelli Sanders||Charlene Tucker|
Thanks for the picture of Charlene'e headstone. I was hoping she shared it with her husband. I just don't know what his name is. This is great service.
|Mr. Day||RE: Perry cemetery caldwell co ky|
Great to hear from you sir. That's a good question. I would assume the Thomas J. grave photo is a Hubbard since it's propped up against the base of a Hubbard headstone.
Also, I do have some other Hubbard memorials in this cemetery (which you provided photos for. Thank you) so I do have a good start on these Hubbard graves.
Let me see if a Thomas J. Hubbard 1855 - 1895 fits here. He might also be a Perry like you said. Give me a day or 2 and I'll find an answer. I'm very curious myself.
Added by Mr. Day on Jul 26, 2017 2:55 PM
|The Mikado, et al.||67328142|
Thanks for the tombstone photo!
p.s.: Is there a cemetery survey for Grand Chain Masonic Cemetery, somewhere?
I was curious to see whether her sister, Catherine Mellein, and mother, Catherine Maurer, are actually buried HERE.
|Dan Curd||M Hays|
Thank you for your photo!
Added by Dan Curd on Jul 22, 2017 12:01 PM
|Danielle Berghuis||Thank You!|
Thank you Craig - I appreciate it so much - Glenn passed away in November and I need to contact the bank that is handling his estate to make sure the date of his death is engraved on the headstone...since it is already paid for!
Appreciate it so much!
|Moon Child||RE: Desiree Foshee Mitchell|
Thank you, Craig! Really appreciate your swift action on the correction! The other person I mentioned that posted a Memorial page has not responded in any manner. Hopefully, it will be corrected in a timely manner. I believe it is of immense importance to keep Find A Grave information as accurate as possible, this will provide important data for future generations. Once again, thank you so very much! Keep up the good work, it really is much appreciated.
|gweengwapes||Charlotte Ann Adams|
Thank you for the wonderful photos of Charlotte's headstone. Much appreciated!!
|Moon Child||RE: Desiree Foshee Mitchell|
Thank you for responding, Craig. You are correct, someone probably sent you an edit and connected the corresponding family members. Her husband's name was Raymond and to my knowledge she never lived in or possibly even went to Kentucky. I'm not sure how this can be corrected beyond removing her maiden name, but, I know you will take care of it. There is another contributor who also has a Memorial page for her in Texas with the correct cemetery for her husband, the stone has her husband's name and her name with only her date of birth, date of death listed as unknown. She has not responded to my email at this time. Thank you for your help in correcting this.
|gweengwapes||Larry Dwain McKinney|
Thank you so much Craig for helping me find my family :-)
Thanks so much for the photo of Drusilla's marker. Being a photo volunteer myself, I truly appreciate your efforts!
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