Her memorial is now back to just first and last name.
There does seem to be an obit for her.
Title: Bonds, Elizabeth : Mother Of Enos Jean Pitts (obit.).
Source: Cleveland Press
Notes: pg. 01 sec. 00
I do not have access to the paper to see if there is information about middle and maiden name.
|Michael Kearney||RE: James I. Martin|
I am very happy to have been helpful.
Hi (cousin!) Jim. I hope you got my email. Sometimes my email has issues with AOL emails so I'm leaving a message here as a backup. I did transfer Caroline Kixmiller to you even though she is my 2nd great grandmother. My father and I have not spent much time on that side of the family so I am interested to see what information you have on her. Regards, Trina
|K&LB||Collins at Oaklawn|
Hi Dianne, So glad to be able to transfer to a relative! Just transferred all three of them to you so you can decide how you want to do it. If there are others you are interested in, just let us know. All the best, Keith & Lynne
Added by K&LB on Feb 28, 2015 4:25 PM
|shadowdancer||RE: Photos of some of Henry Phillips children|
|P Renee T||RE: Hello|
Ok I will have my mother send picture to you from
|P Renee T||Hello|
I have another different stone picture with the same name on it as your mem. 88510546
Was there a child name the same or should I put pic on your mem..
|Laura Huerta||Rheta Kelly|
Yes, Jim. Picture of Kelly's headstone was taken in Rivercliff. It is in section 10C as noted in the Find A Grave record.
|Ralph Edwards||Gottlieb Koenig|
In the caption for the picture on
Find A Grave Memorial# 82236538 you say "name on stone is Konig," actually there are two dots above the O, which makes it König. O umlaut can also be spelled oe, and usually is in the US. Since the marker is completely in German they use the O umlaut on the stone, the normal fashion in German.
|Mindy||RE: Mossie Pennington|
Thanks for taking the Pennington photographs. No need to transfer. Just thanks for your time.
Added by Mindy on Sep 01, 2013 10:31 PM
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