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Jeane Skyles (#46946134)
 member for 9 years, 4 months, 9 days
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My full name is: Delia Jeane Fullerton Skyles
Married Larry L. Skyles
My son is Michael William Skyles,
My Mother was: Mary Amanda Watters Barbato Fullerton BD 02/24/1891

My Father was: William Finis Fullerton BD 05/26/1881

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June Dobbins
new sign
We have a new sign for the Dunnegan Grove Cemetery is there a way to delete the old sign and add the new one?

Added by June Dobbins on Nov 08, 2014 2:14 PM
June Dobbins
Dunnegan Grove
Added by June Dobbins on Nov 08, 2014 2:09 PM
Duplicate Entry for John L. Morehouse
Someone disregarded the original memorial for John Linden Morehouse, and created another one.
I deleted the original to cut the confusion that was created. TJ

Previous Message to me:
I received this message today noting that you and I, Jeane Skyles, have duplicate memorials for John L. Morehouse.

He was my husband, Larry Skyles, great-great grandfather. His grandfather, William Morehouse is buried at Park Cemetery. If you check my entry you will see a child, Andrew, of John L., who was William's father. If you would transfer this to me, I would appreciate. But if this is not to your liking, would you add the links found on my entry to yours, and then e-mail me, and I will delete the duplicate.

Thank You, My e-mail is:

Find A Grave contributor Heartsong has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for John Morehouse.
Link to memorial:
Link to contributor profile:
Email address of contributor:

Their suggestion:
Hi... I'm working on the memorials for the Morehouse family, and I noticed there are duplicate memorials for John L. Morehouse:

You might want to get in touch with the owner of the other page and coordinate how to condense the pages into one. We need to link into his memorial from his children's pages.
Added by TJYahoo on Jan 30, 2014 4:18 PM
D Snyder
Jean Skyles
Hi, I posted a clearer picture. If you want me to delete it, just send me an email.
Added by D Snyder on Feb 10, 2013 4:21 PM
D Snyder
J. Skyles - Park
I posted a clearer picture. If you want I will delete.
Added by D Snyder on Feb 10, 2013 12:03 PM
RE: John Fullerton's second wife
I would have been in Class of 1944 had I not been shipped off to military school in 1942, due to the war.
Added by Bill on Nov 24, 2011 12:01 PM
RE: John Fullerton's second wife
I see that's north of St Pete.

Monday I'll have access to and I think that is where I saw Alta entertaining the governor 4th of July 1861, day before what has been published the first battle of the Civil War which he and Sigel lost.

John's cohort Judge of 1850-1855, Thomas G Walton, was shot & killed in his home by northern Bushwackers, 12 Aug 1864, northwest of Carthage.

Preparing history of Park cemetery was were I ran upon Thomas Walton (no close relationship to Bud or Sam of Wal-Mart), then through him John Fullerton, as I said once, Gene Fullerton was ahead of me in Carthage High School and his dad was my barber in those days.
Added by Bill on Nov 23, 2011 10:07 AM
RE: John Fullerton's second wife
I see my Carthage friend and cohort is in touch with you, "I Remenber When", Nancy Brewer. We have been workng jointly for over a year now, a truly wonderful and helpful person. I knew many families she has posted and she looks up info for me in Carthage plus did photos at Park and other nearby cemeteries of my family and others.
Added by Bill on Nov 21, 2011 10:55 PM
RE: John Fullerton's second wife
yes, I'll look it up again and send it to you soon as its found.Seemed strange to me also, but had a lady in Princeton, AR who rubbed elbows with most of the southern Generals when they passed through town, her diary was published in 1983, she and hubby from Maine, he an officer and was allowed to resign army July 1864 to join Confederate navy while battling Sherman in Atlanta.

I'm near Sanibel Island at Shell Point Viiage, retirement community, but raised in Carthage, after mother died, 1928-1944.
Added by Bill on Nov 21, 2011 10:37 PM
Clara Fullerton
You are a peach! It was so nice of you to transfer Clara's page to me. I've added the information on it if you would like to see it.
Best regards,
Added by NJBrewer on Nov 21, 2011 9:22 PM
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