|Sherry Maledon||Clyde H Ivy listed in Evergreen Cemetery Ranger Eastland Co Tx|
Mr Long this Clyde Ivy isnt our Clyde Ivy. He is buried with his wife in Dallas. I do t know who this is.I have his headstone picture.Thanks so much. Sherry Maledon. Ivy Family.
|Tracy Todd||Re: memorial# 30435891|
Hi. You have a page for Verna Graham with a death date as unknown. Well, she was alive when you took the photo and that is why there was no death date. She just recently died so I'm sure the stone will be changed, but maybe you should remove her page until that time.
Thank you for the transfer.
My name is Tammy Hardy. I am grateful that you have created memorials for people that are buried in the Muddy Creek Cemetery. Will you please transfer memorials for Allen McCall. His memorial number is 91619488. Allen McCall is my third great grandfather. My contributer # 47169765 Thank you
Jason, without the name or memorial number, I am unable to make your requested changes to parents (Davenport). I would be pleased to transfer the memorial since it appears you are now the contributor on other memorials. Please let me know your preference.
Added by BrendaG on Apr 22, 2016 8:03 AM
|WichitaFalls||Lue Hamer Shadden|
Thank you for her transfer, Im already adding to it!!!
|Barbara Wolf||RE: Hostetler photos|
You are quite welcome. It was my pleasure.
|Judy Cain Bowser||George Byron McCandless|
Thanks Jason for adding the bio to George McCandless' memorial.
|John Hostetler||RE: Connection to Jesse G. Hostetler?|
Hostetler and Miller are both good Amish names, so much so that many people use DJH material to research Miller names. As far as Jessee G., I don't know of one, but I'm sure that there is more than one in Elkhart County. I remember when I was a kid going through Warsaw to Winona Lake and seeing a store "Hostetler's Floor Covering".
|Judy Cain Bowser||Catherine Zimmerman McCandless|
Thanks, Jason, for adding the short bio to Catherine's Find-A-Grave memorial. It makes it a little more interesting to find out where our ancestors originally came from.
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