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I will be happy to add info/links to any memorials. Thanks to all that have submitted info, docs, flowers or pics to the memorials to preserve our families. Thanks to everyone who has tried to find stones and found unmarked graves.
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|Marguerite Marler||Lewis L. Robinson/Bohannon|
Hello. This is in regard to memorial 29732601 for Lewis L. Bohannon. I believe he is actually Lewis L. Robinson/Robertson. That is how he is listed in 1860 in Putnam, TN in the family of Jesse and Hette Ranolph Bohannon. My g grandmother is Eliza Jane Robinson, b. 1850 in Bledsoe, Tn, dau of James Robinson born in Fentress TN abt. 1810. James married Elizabeth last name not known. She died abt 1859/60 and her Robinson children are living with Bohannon's and Pointer famiy in Putnam in 1860, same page as Lewis, his little brother John P. and older brother James (G) Robinson. Looking for information on Elizabeth Robinson, who I believe is Lewis' mother.
|Nathan Haines||Dade Wyckoff McKay|
You put in a request for pictures of Dade Wyckoff McKay's grave. His wife Blanche is buried next to him and their pages are linked together.
Could you do me a favor and put in a request for pics of Blanche's grave too.
The name Rachel M. Olsen was added to Blanche's gravestone. 1918-1976. Do you know who that is? I am guessing Blanche and Dade's daughter? Nobody has ever made a page for her as yet. Do you want to do that?
|steve davis||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 17149361|
Thank you Logan,
I try to follow all leads on Davis in that part of Missouri. You know dead ends with my surname!
I have seen where you listed Josephine Davis as last wife of A. Neasby. Josephine was my 2x grandmother, I would like to know where you found this information and if you know her burial site.
I have lost tract of her and her daughter, my great grandmother, Sarah Rebecca Crawford.
Thanks for your help.
Greetings from Dublin.
I have found Catherine.
Please send me an email, address at the end of my profile page.
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|Dan Barnidge||Hazel Ellen Young|
Logan, Hazel Young is not listed- nor her parents in Gatewood Gardens online records. I'd gladly go look for her burial site if you can give me any idea where it might be. My guess is she would be in the old Picker's section of the cemetery If she was moved there. That presents its own problems as about half of that area no longer has any markers. Anyway, if you can figure out where she might be I'll get your pictures for you.
Dan Barnidge email@example.com
|Kathy Ogle||David and Stella Ogle request at Hurst Chapel|
see Sandra Ogle message below. The same applies to these requests.
|Kathy Ogle||Sandra Ogle Request Hurst Chapel|
I recently photographed all the gravestones at Hurst Chapel and I did not find a stone for Sandra Ogle However, several of the stones are almost impossible to read or donít have anything on them at all. I did not have time nor did I try to clean/enhance any of the hard to read stones. Several of the stones have fallen over and I did not try to pick any of them up for fear of damage. There are also several known unmarked graves. From time to time, folks will erect a stone for those. So, I did not want to remove your request, in case someone else is able to produce a photo.
I grew up in that church and my family were some of the earliest members/founders, but now live in Dallas TX. If I get a chance to go back, Iíll look again.
I was just wondering where you got your info for my grand Uncle Peter Kevin McCarron (Find A Grave Memorial# 106581727.) Are you from Ireland? I am researching this side of my family and it hasn't been easy with all the lost/destroyed records and the fact that I do not live in Ireland. I believe my great grandparents Frank & Mary McCarron may be buried in the Milltown Cemetery also, which would be great to have a pic of their gravestones. If you have any info that could help or know of someone who could help, I would be very grateful.
|Ms. Clyde||John Job|
Your memorial for John is 32755397
JOB, John H. Entered into rest Santa Clara, CA, October 17, 2003. Beloved husband of Kathleen Job for 62 years. Devoted father of Kathleen (Tim) McGrath, Mary (Clay) Gregory, Margaret (Phillip) Pare and Connie (Mark) Welch. Loving grandfather of Bryan, Matt, Meggie, Job, Natalie, Sarah and Willie. Dear brother of Mildred and Annie. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
A native of Bannock, Ohio. Age 89 years. A Naval Veteran of WWII. John was a member of the St. Clare's Men's Club, St. Justin's Men's Club, the Notre Dame Dad's Club and the Santa Clara Senior Center. He was active in many Church and Community service groups.
Friends are invited to attend a Vigil Service Monday, Oct 20, 2003 at 7pm at the LIMA FAMILY SANTA CLARA MORTUARY, 466 N. Winchester Blvd., Santa Clara. Funeral Services Tuesday at 10:30am at the above Mortuary, thence to St. Justin's Church for a Funeral Mass commencing at 11am. Interment Santa Clara Mission Cemetery. The family prefers donations to the St. Justin's Community Ministry c/o St. Justin's Church, 2655 Homestead Rd., Santa Clara. Published in San Jose Mercury News on Oct. 19, 2003.
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