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|After working for many years as a nurse, I'm now slowing down and have a lot of time on my hands. I began searching my roots on ancestry.com and discovered how much i enjoyed it, but i know that to find a photo, after seeing so many faceless names, is very exciting, even if it's a headstone. It's organic, something that can be seen and touched, and a part of the person's life. So I thought, why not contribute myself? So if I can find your loved ones burial place and give you the same satisfaction and also honor their memory at the same time, I'm happy to do it. It's who we are.|
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|Have A Heart||Claudia Carmichael|
Please check the cemetery records again. I have attached Claudia's obituary.
MISS CLAUDIA CARMICHAEL
Miss Claudia Carmichael, 79, 1502 Iowa, died at 3:30 p.m. Monday at Grady Memorial Hospital. She was born Aug 13, 1887.
She came to Chickasha in February 1919. She was a member of the Kingdom of Jehovah's Witnesses. She was a retired nurse.
Survivors include four sisters, Miss Fannie Carmichael and Miss Jennie Carmichael both of the home, Miss Annie Carmichael and Mrs. Sam Jackson both of Lubbock, Texas.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel of Brown's Funeral Home. Interment will be in Fairlawn Cemetery.
The Chickasha Daily Express, Jan 17, 1967, pg 2, col 5.
Thank you for looking for my Grandfather's grave, I believe you're right, he's right there next to my Grandmother. I truly appreciate your time.
Added by Felicia on Jul 02, 2013 1:39 PM
Deb, thanks for the effort on this photo. She shares a stone with husband and stone is posted on his memorial. The stone photo posted on her memorial belongs to someone else. Knowing the stone is there, I've reposted the request. Thanks again.
Added by JoyB on Jun 09, 2013 7:50 AM
|Nancy Charlton||R. L Craig|
I appreciate the photo you have added, I think it may belong on the Robert L. Craig Memorial, I beleive r. L. Craig died in 1951, is their a picture for his tombstone? Nancy
|Mike Sykes||RE: photos|
Deb, contact me at my email address and I'll answer your questions.
|Sue Edwards||RE: Idella Howell|
I entered the rest of the Howell pictures from Mizpah that I had. I am sorry it took so long. I have entered some from Macedonia, but am not sure if I have any more of them or not. This is where my husband's great grandparents, John Heath and Mary Erma Howell are. Sue
|Sherri Sontag||Lucy Norwood|
thanks for the photo
If you are ever back out at the cemetery.Could you take a photo of Glenda Kay Trents stone.Thank You again for the picture of my aunt and uncles
Added by Linda on Jan 20, 2013 11:55 PM
Thank You so much for the picture of my Aunt and Uncle Trents Tombstone picture .I had not been able to get down that way since I became unable to travel.And I really wanted it on Find A Grave and copy for my family tree.God Bless you and thank you.
Added by Linda on Jan 20, 2013 11:35 PM
|Sue Edwards||RE: Cato Howell|
My husband's mother's father was John Heath Palmer who was married to Mae Howell. They are buried ay Macedonia Cemetery. I have other Howell pictures at Mizpah but I have not done any on the Howell side yet. I will post the others as I have a chance. Sue
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