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Bob Kilmer (#46797063)
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Patricia THAYER Muno
Parentage of Steven Richard Thayer (1955-1988)
Steven Richard THAYER was the son of Richard Nelson Gessford THAYER and Helen Virginia FEWELL, and not of Helen Ludeman. Helen Ludeman did have a son Steven, but he was born 7 Apr 1948 in Wisconsin and died 16 Sep 1988 in AZ. I hope this is helpful. Patricia Thayer Muno, Thayer Family Historian, Thayer Families Assocation.
Added by Patricia THAYER Muno on Mar 02, 2016 2:17 PM
Bob, I have transferred all of the Awbreys' to you. The closest of kin, I would be, is a second cousin three times removed. It seems as you are closer kin, so take care of them and if I run across any more I will let you know.

Find A Grave Friend,
J Miller
Added by MemorialsbyJMiller on Sep 07, 2013 3:22 PM
Ravalee Wilson Mulally
Rolin Roland David Sprinkle
Dear Sir,Trying to locate a Rolin David Sprinkle that passed away October 8,1974 in Bradenton,Fla.Found one family in Genealogy that had him buried at Mansion Memorial Ellenton,Fla. He was my Mothers oldest Brother,do remember him as was born and raised in Illinois.Was living at the time of his death with a Piper family,which would be a half-brother. Thank you Ravalee
Added by Ravalee Wilson Mulally on Oct 12, 2012 7:19 AM
Russell Speir
James Edward Womack

I took a photo of James' gravestone in Blanco Cemetery and added his memorial, 61411424. Do you know if he is the son of the T J and M E Womack you created memorials for? If he is, I'll be happy to make the links and transfer his memorial to you if you'd like. Thanks.
Added by Russell Speir on Nov 10, 2010 4:17 PM
Brenda Poteet Crumley
Lyons Cemetery
Can you please add "Community" to the Lyons Community Cemetery like the sign reads at the enterance. There are two cemeteries in Lyons.
Thank you so much.
Lyons Community Cemetery is in Lyons Texas, Burleson County.
Added by Brenda Poteet Crumley on Nov 04, 2010 6:58 AM
Thomas Womack
Don't know if you are aware of this or not.
Link from Dr Daniel Womack buried in Elgin Cemetery, Bastrop County, Texas to your record in Ridgeway which might explain how he ended up in Bastrop County.

If problems with the link above go to your record of Thomas and find all records in Bastrop County.

Good Luck, John Lang
Added by Ridgeway on Jul 12, 2010 10:08 AM
Virginia "Jennie" (WOMACK) KOHRMANN

Thank you kindly.

I updated her memorial and I added the links you supplied.


Justice Precinct 3, Fayette County, Texas
June 21, 1900
WOMACK, T. J., head, w, m, July 1863, 36, married 13 years, Texas, virginia, Virginia, minister
WOMACK, Mattie E., wife, w, f, 1866, 34, married 13 years, 5 children, 4 living, Texas, Mississippi, South Carolina
WOMACK, Jennie, daughter, w, f, Aug 1889, 10, single, Texas, Texas, Texas, at school
WOMACK, Maggie, daughter, w, f, Nov. 1891, 8, single, Texas, Texas, Texas
WOMACK, Louise, daughter, w, f, June 1894, 5, single, Texas, Texas, Texas
WOMACK, T. J., son, w, m, Oct. 1897, 2, single, Texas, Texas, Texas

Added by Sebastian on Mar 12, 2010 7:50 PM
Ridgeway Cemetery
You seem to have done your homework on creating these memorials. I wish more people would do this type of research before they create memorials.
Thanks, John Lang
Ridgeway Cemetery Coordinator
Added by Ridgeway on Aug 28, 2009 11:01 AM

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