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|Lynn Turner (#47129961)|
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Any photos I have taken and placed on findagrave are free to use in your genealogy research. No need to ask permission or credit me. The same goes for biographical information I have entered. Please feel free to copy it to your family tree. If you find errors, please contact me so I can correct them.|
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|Ruth Little||RE: Popularis Cemetery|
Thanks for your kind message. I was raised in Jackson, Montana and the cemetery is just up the hill from my childhood home. These stories are so important. Ruth
|Tony||LCpl Charles T Day|
Thank you very much.
Added by Tony on Jun 13, 2017 9:32 AM
|John "Jack" Richter||RE: Maj Robert Clark Dempesy|
You are most welcome. It brings me much pleasure that I can do this for families of those fallen veterans.
|M Rosenfeld||T. J. Kent issue|
I am a descendant of Thomas Jefferson Kent, buried in Crenshaw County, Alabama. Please remove the Confederate flag from his page -- not because I have an issue with it, but because he did not fight in the war. He was not a veteran; his twin brother, George Washington Kent, was.
|james tidwell||Tidwell family|
Do you have information on the tidwell's. William Wesley Tidwell was my husbands father. He passed when my husband was a small child.
|Rickey "Rick" Boult||Wilder Family|
I am sorry, but I am not related to them at all. I am a BOLT.
|Ruth Little||RE: Popularis Cemetery|
Thanks so much for your interest. I have found another miner who died in 1911 and was found a month later in his cabin eaten by rats. They wrapped him in a tarp and buried him in Jackson Cemetery (Popularis) Name is now Jackson Cemetery, A group is now writing a History of the Big Hole Valley so We'll have lots of great stories. I love to share my research and have met many interesting people that way. Have a Happy New Year- Ruth
|Bulldog Fan||RE: Festus K Gibson|
I noticed that he had died at 35 but there was no word of what caused it so I will take your assumption. I have transferred the memorial to your care since you are family.
|Bulldog Fan||Festus K Gibson|
I created a memorial (173365274) for him. I am assuming that he was buried at Spring Hill Cemetery in Crenshaw County that was mentioned in "The Luverne Journal". Is this correct?
Thanks Bulldog Fan
|Bonnie Miller||RE: Greer Worley #120477574|
Great - so glad you know where his memorial is - I searched for it a long time, since I always post a photo at findagrave after it's been sold so family can find it. Feel free to post it at Stephen Greer Worley's memorial.
If you haven't already done it, I'm going to submit an edit to correct his middle initial.
Also, there is a photo of him with a woman labeled "Greer and Rebecca Worley". His sister Rebecca died before 1800, so it's not her - but I see from an online family tree that he had a cousin Rebecca, daughter of Milton and Margaret - married name White - memorial number 72495838. I'm going to post that photo there - and I'll also post it at Stephen's memorial.
Another photo labeled just Mr and Mrs Morley was taken around 1875-80 in Bellaire, OH - I can send you a copy of the scan if you think you might know who it is.
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