|Sandra Garrett (#46193265)|
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Just a gal who loves history and occasionally dabbles in her family genealogy. It's good if you use any photos and/or information I have contributed and you don't have to give me credit anywhere. That is not why I am doing this. It is important for good record keeping, however, if you do keep a record somewhere of where you got any photo or information.|
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|Kajsa Van de Riet||Lewis Lewis|
Hello Sandra! Thanks for your work here. I am wondering about this gentleman, Lewis Lewis (# 160826361). I saw that there is a photo request associated with his burial in the Find A Grave system and there's a note associated with it that says Lewis Lewis might be buried in the Old Haverford Friends Meeting House Cemetery rather than the New Haverford. There are a bunch of Lewises buried there, but not a record already posted for Lewis Lewis. I don't know much about these two cemetery sites, but I thought I'd check. Maybe Lewis Lewis is actually buried at Old Haverford? It looks like other members of his family might be there too. Anyway, thought I'd share the idea. Thanks again. Appreciate all the volunteers on this site!
|Volunteer #46577499||RE: James Nelton Kirkland|
Wondering if you might like to 'edit' your photo order? on your memorial page for "James Nelton "Doc" Kirkland ... at Restlawn Memorial Park, Jacksonville FL ... as his 'person' photo is now second to a new, marker photo, on the page? :>)
|Deb Allen||William Henry Norton|
I see on his memorial that he was married to your great grand aunt! : )
William Henry Norton's brother, Nathaniel Norton is my hubby's great grandfather. So, that would make William Henry my husband's great grand uncle too?!
Do you have any pictures of your gr grand aunt and William Henry Norton? or their parents or their children? I have been researching the Nortons for 10 yrs and have scant pics. I can't locate where William Henry's parents, Daniel and Delilah Norton died or are buried either. They lived in Nassau Co most of their lives.
This is so crazy, you are kin to me through the Cinderella Lee side and kin to my husband through the Nortons!! Can you email me when you get the chance. Thank you so kindly for your contributions and your great attitude. You are appreciated.
Deb Allen email@example.com
|Johnny||RE: Wrong Info|
I corrected the information.
Added by Johnny on Oct 17, 2016 11:17 AM
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||RE: Mary Neville Fiennes|
Most welcome, and thank you for thanking me. Most do not.
|Deb Allen||Cinderella Lee Douglas|
I see on the note with flowers to Cinderella Lee Douglas, that she was a great grand aunt to you. I am happy to see this! she is a 2x great grand aunt to me. My Lee line comes from her sister and I would love to hear from you, to possibly trade some info or ask you some questions about that Lee line.
If you get a moment, could you email me? Thank you kindly, Deb Allen. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Kurt Thompson||RE: Vesta Mae Turner|
My mistake for accepting an edit without paying enough attention. Thank you for catching it.
|Kurt Thompson||Mildred Helen Garrett|
I have added a picture to your memorial for Helen 130528359. Note that the dates are different. According to Baker County Historical society book on Macedonia cemetery the Helen that I added the picture for is the wife of Guy and the mother of Guy Jr. and born in Watseka, IL. Please let me know if this is the wrong picture.
|George Thomas||William M. Garrett|
Your Find A Grave entry on William M. Garrett (5452178). Have you looked on the Confederate Pension Application website? This site has information on William and Henrietta Garrett. I am not researching the Garrett line. I saw Mr. Garrett served with the 1st FL Cav. Regt which peek my interest.
|Tony Middleton||Grew up on Lem Turner Rd|
I was just reading over Lem Turner's Find A Grave page and I saw your comment there that said you grew up on Lem Turner Rd. So did I - about five lots south of the intersection of Lem Turner and Capper. My folks owned property there from Sept 1949 until I sold it in September 1999.
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