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|M. A. Fowler||Find A Grave Memorial# 114339053|
Marriage record states she was married to
Joseph Allen Eads 1897–1992 in 1919 in Kanawha Co, WV.
Her death record states she was divorced at the time of her death. She was 44 when she died.
The photo you added of her grave marker states she had a different husband. ???
|S K||Transferring pages|
Hello, I wanted to ask if you would be willing to transfer management of 2 pages to me. Claudine "Katie" Byrne and her husband Joseph Leonard Byrne. These are my wife's grandparents and there is a bit I would like to add to them. Thank you
Added by S K on Dec 03, 2016 10:07 PM
|hdharrison||Truman cemetery - Allens Fork|
Can you please tell me where this Cemetery is? My family is from Allens Fork and we don't know it.
|Shelley Hill||Alice V. Miller Miller, Joseph-Tuppers Creek Cemetery|
I just thought I would tell you that this is actually Alice Virginia Byrne, d/o Joseph L. and Pearl Bosten Byrne. She was born in Kanawha County in 17 Apr 1913. She married Ira W. Miller, I haven't found their marriage record yet, but it was before 1935. She actually died 4 Apr 1988 in Brevard County, Florida.
Hope this helps you out,
Yeah, doesn't seem appropriate!
|Leslie Dare||Transfer Request|
Would you be willing to transfer these to me? This is my great-great aunt and uncle.
Who is in the photo? Have you asked for it to be removed?!? I will give it a try too, if you have.
|Sarah||Ruth Norman was my teacher.|
My 11th grade English teacher at Stonewall Jackson High School in Charleston, West Virginia was Ruth
Stephenson Norman. She was a life changer in that she was such a positive influence on my educational experience. She was an excellent teacher and demanded the best from her students. Because of her, my writing skills were fine tuned and were an asset in my future education and career. As a role model, she was elegant in all ways. I will never forget her encouragement and kindness. What a contribution she made to so many facets of life and the education system. She was an inspiration.
Sarah in Cincinnati
Added by Sarah on Oct 12, 2016 8:47 AM
|Evelyn Linger Thorn||Thanks|
Thanks for the Barbara Stump Kimble memorial information and picture.
|Shari Richardson||RE: Spring Hill Cemetery - William Fowler|
Wow, those are very detailed instructions! Thank you very much - I will try to go this weekend and find it.
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