|Audrae Turner Mathis (#46573432)|
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30+ year genealogist. Searching for Turner, Lafuze, Mooneyham, Roberts, Morris, McCraw, Wester, Porter, Freeman, Morse, Taylor, Temple, Mathis, Wellborn, Shinn and related families|
If you wish to have a memorial transferred to you please state your relationship to that person. If my relationship is closer I will maintain the memorial but would be happy to add any information you would like to have added. Please state a source for the information.
I have many private family photos posted on memorials. Please email me for permission to copy them and add my name as credit if you display them on any genealogical page.
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|billy turner||Frank pohl|
My turner's came from walton lee dale preston england in 1887. They came stright fom there to washington state. But frank married into the mcclean side of my family
|billy turner||Frank Pohl|
How ARE YOU REALATIED TO FRANK Pohl
|Valice Raffi||Raymond Hunter|
|DSH||Ivard Mason / 174750564|
Your note has been added to the Ivard Mason memorial. A marker photo has also been uploaded, and a link to his assumed wife Dorothy has also been made.
Added by DSH on Jan 17, 2017 9:40 PM
|AAIG||James C. Turner's wife Mary Lee Barnett Turner|
James Columbus Turner, 1860-1925, Grave Memorial # 11650454- his wife is Mary Lee Turner(Barnett)-1878-1952, Grave Memorial #11650454. Do you know if Mary Lee Barnett parents are: Sampson Barnett and Mariah Marney of Roane county Tennessee.
Added by AAIG on Jan 02, 2017 10:54 AM
|Albert Ledoux||RE: Sister Cronin|
|JSOrorke||RE: Carroll Turner|
Thanks for getting back to me ... I'll go ahead and post it but if you ever do find out the paper, please let me know! Thanks!
Added by JSOrorke on Dec 12, 2016 6:11 PM
Thanks for submitting the obituary, but I do need to know what newspaper it came from, so I don't violate any copyright laws.... just want to make sure I'm following Find A Grave guidelines!
Added by JSOrorke on Dec 12, 2016 12:47 PM
|Christine (Penn) Sumner||RE: Richard Searles|
Thank you for taking a look. My sister thought Roselawn, turns out he was buried at Gypsum Hill.
Again...Thank you for looking for me!
|Christine (Penn) Sumner||Richard Searles|
Hi, I was hoping you might help me. My sisters classmate Richard Searles, is buried in Roselawn Cemetery in Salina Kansas. I went out there and couldn't find a registry or anyone to help me. I believe he might have died in 1973.
Thank you so much
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