|Veterans Researcher (#47305109)|
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I am researching on behalf of Red River Valley Veterans Memorial (RRVVM.com).|
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Andy, Carole Curry, Choctaw County ..., David Sifford, Diane & John, Geoffrey Roecke..., Jackie M. Isham..., Jeff Hall, Jodi Sweere, Mary Hall Fergu..., michael beach, Michael V Drach..., Norm Pence, Paul Hays, ShaneO, Tracey Chelette..., William/Bridget...
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You have left info in the "Flower" section that really should be in the Bio section, if you would please add this info with the edit tab I am happy to add it there, and give you credit for contributing the info. You can delete your msg by clicking on the "Flower" that you added.
Thanks for your researching this kind of info =)
Added by Cyndi on May 03, 2017 7:10 AM
|Danny Jones||WW1 unlocated vets|
I am an admirer of your veteran research and hoping you will help me locate burials for the vets from your area. Please visit tinyurl.com/gq3tbnr WW1 Casualties of Texas and under home page visit unlocated. I appreciate all your work on Find A Grave and with it I was able to list the burial on many Remembrances. Thank you and I eagerly anticipate hearing from you. Peace...Danny
|History Hunter||T.A. Marchbanks|
Thank you for the obit. I added it and gave you credit.
|Jan Wingo||Mrs. P. N. Estes|
Thank you for sending me the Paris, Texas (Paris Morning News, dated April 14, 1909) Obituary text via email for Nancy Luriney Sweeton Estes.
I am trying my best to continue my research into my mother's ancestral lines while she is still living (she is now 93 years of age). The Porter Newton Estes and Nancy Luriney Sweeton lines have not received much attention by my family up to now, and ANY expansion of the limited information we have to date is most gratefully appreciated.
I am not sure the administrative transfer of this account to me is the best idea since I know so little about these two ancestors, but I will do my best. So, "thank you, I think!" My mother, my sister and I personally visited their gravesites in McDonald Cemetery about 6 years ago while we were looking for other family ancestors thought to be buried there in Lamar County. When we accidentally stumbled across this whole other line buried there also, we danced the "Happy Dance" all the way back to Houston! It was a great day.
Again, thank you so much for your generosity and for all you have previoiusly done to administer these pages.
Jan Acton Wingo
|Janie Healer Davis||Arthur Bell|
I do agree with the initial being an "S" instead of a "G". I've amended the transcribed info and linked Arthur to his parents, too. Thanks for the info! Janie
|Janie Healer Davis||Charles Webb|
Thanks for the obit. It's added to Mr. Webb's memorial.
|Jeff Hall||RE: PFC. Jack H. Turner-106yh Inf Div|
Thank you, I have added him to my 106th Division virtual cemetery.
|Lawrence & Sue Dale||Emma Loggains|
Thought you would want to know....
A Lamar County death certificate for Emma Loggains, died May 14, 1955, can be found at Familysearch.org. It has the following information:
Fathers name: M. V. Rains
Mothers name: Mary McMichael
I 'believe' that Emma's maiden name should be listed as 'Rains' and not 'McMichael'....Look at this and see what you think...Sylvia
Name is correct as it stands on Findagrave:
First name is Emma
Middle name is McMichael
MAIDEN NAME is Rains (always in italics)
Last name is Loggains
From her second marriage record, name as Mrs. E. M. (McMichael)
Leaving the memorial as it was
Lawrence and Sue Dale
|Charles Boyd||Byron Ringgold Obituary|
I want to thank you for sending my Uncle's obituary. It gave me a little more insight and details concerning his death.
|Row Walker||Thank you|
for the obit of Louis June Kibler, Find A Grave Memorial# 26970566.
Best regards for the Holidays.
Gary - Row Walker.
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