|Jack Harper (#47483302)|
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|Scott Graham||RE: Rilla and George Henderson|
Thank you Jack for sharing with me your insight and personal experiences with Rilla and George.
Rilla was my fathers fraternal twin and lived far away from us here in Minnesota so we rarely saw them. I knew they were devout christians as was Rillas other brother, my Uncle Richard. Dad was more reserved and not as evangelical as his siblings. I will be glad to pass on to my siblings your story and experiences. Before Rilla passed she left to my sister her wedding band so it would continue in the family. I thought that a wonderful and thoughtful gesture and a true reflection of her character. Its good to know she was a good cook. She always commented on how she admired my grandmother and I guess she learned some good cooking from her.Enjoy her recipes! Regards, Scott
|Scott Graham||Rilla and George Henderson|
I saw your comment on my Aunts memorial at Miller Cemetery and I appreciate your remembering her.
Sincerely, Scott Graham
|Genevieve||Harpers in Willoughby Cemetery|
Jack, I am sorry that it took me so long to make the transfer for Marimon and Virginia Harper. I am glad to place their memorials in your care. It is my personal opinion that family members are the right and best owners of the memorials of their ancestors. Good luck with your research, and best wishes to you!
|D Todd||RE: Gustavus Hammock Bio|
I don't have any info on Dorothy May except she was born in Eagleville, Las Animas, Colorado, USA, date unknown. I have no personal documentation on Dorothy May. This information was given to me by my cousin (a Lovell/Hammock child). She was told the list of children and their birth info by Vera Norris, daughter of Guss & Lorena Hammock's daughter Lucille. I saw Dorothy Lenore listed in the 1920 census record and don't know if Dorothy May was what they called Dorothy Lenore or if she was a another Dorothy. If I run across any new information, I'll get in touch again.
Added by D Todd on Feb 25, 2014 4:00 PM
|Genevieve||Virginia Harper at Willoughby Cemetery|
Do you want me to transfer her memorial to you? I don't mind doing so, since you are a descendant. Just let me know.
|raspberrybee||Fannie Edna "Boostie" Spradling|
Back in May you searched Concord Cemetery for Ms. Spradling's headstone and found she had an unmarked grave. I Thank You for your time/effort searching her out. You mentioned it was a quiet and peaceful place and I certainly appreciated your words. Thank you again!!
|Michael||RE: Ralph and Irene Diltz|
You are very welcome. I am glad I could have been of help.
I am glad you are finding a lot of family on Find-a-Grave. There are a lot of people that like working with
Find-a-Grave and have posted many memorials like myself for families.
Best regards to you as well,
Added by Michael on Oct 15, 2011 10:51 AM
|Michael||Ralph and Irene Diltz|
Thank you for the information and connections for Irene Diltz. I have added it to her memorial along with a photo of her grave marker. She is laid to rest with Ralph Diltz.
Since Irene and Ralph are your family I have transferred their memorials to you as well.
Added by Michael on Oct 15, 2011 9:19 AM