|Raymond Norwood||RE: Anne Lee|
You are very welcome I thought her memorial deserved an ad free page.
|Linda Ferrigno ||RE: Angelica Schuyler Church|
Truly, my pleasure.
|Yetigirl||Find A Grave Memorial# 7683041|
I found an interesting anomoly on the page of Abigail Adams Smith, daughter of 2nd US President John Adams. She appears to have a "sibling" named Chole Defoe b:1976 d:2000. I'm guessing this "sib" was accidentally imported from another record.
Thank you for all the work you do on this site!
Added by Yetigirl on Feb 16, 2016 6:13 AM
Kathleen, I've submitted an edit request to correct Robert E Lee Jr's date of death through the Edit tab. Here is the link to the death certificate to help facilitate the correction.
Thank you for the lovely memorial to my cousin.
Added by VAALTX on Aug 03, 2015 5:49 AM
|Rain Brings Rainbows||Kathleen|
The message you posted on Frank Foley's memorial page is beautiful! Is it your creation or one you found? Thank you...
|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
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|Helmut Zaeck||Heinrich anton Schm|
Hello Miss Kathleen,
please contact me about your ancestors from West Germany.
I am a related Person from Germany
Bye for now
|Loretta Willits||Frederick Nicholls Crouch|
Professor Crouch did not author "Kathleen Mavourneen" during the Civil War. He authored it in 1838 in England. By the time the Civil War started, it was already world famous and would then be cherished by the North as well as the South.
In the movie "Gettysburg," when the song is sung by an out of sight tenor, General Armistead remenisces that at the start of the war he and other Army officers gathered with their wives in California and that song was played.
|Carolyn (Kym) Mader||RE: Aunt Betty Felton|
Of Course I remember now. The last name was what I needed to remember. I probably still have some of the Christmas cards with pictures with my mom's things. Good to hear from you.
|Carolyn (Kym) Mader||Aunt Betty Felton|
How are you related? She is my grand Aunt. Glad you found her. Thankyou for leaving the flowers.
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