|James Archer (#47046691)|
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|Linda Lenhard||Lebanon United Methodist Church Cemetery|
I've looked through several memorials that have been done on the above cemetery, and it looks like you may have added this cemetery and its memorials.
My uncle, Wallace, and aunt, Shirley, Walton are buried in this cemetery as are his brother, Howard; wife, Pauline; and their children, Ruth and Bobby Walton.
For a while, I've been concerned about the location given of Washington County for this cemetery. I believe the Church and the cemetery which is connected to the Church (if my memory serves me) is in Smyth. The obits of both Aunt Polly and her son, Bobby, that are written by the funeral home specifically say that the cemetery is in Smyth. I lived in the area when I was younger and my home was just down the road from the Church. We lived in Smyth County.
Would you mind checking on this? Every time I see this, it makes me think we have the wrong county for the cemetery, but I could be out of my mind. I think you must live in the area and should have a better handle on it.
I believe I have asked your relationship to our family before, and I can't remember what you said. I don't see any of our names listed as names you follow. However, I see your name on lots of my family memorials.
Thank you for your help.
Linda Walton Lenhard #47483706
|Green Jewell||#37714331 Joyce Winona McKinney Creasman|
This woman is incorrectly listed as the daughter of Walker Walter McKinney and Mattie Satterfield McKinney. Walker & Mattie McKinney did have a daughter named "Joyce" born about 1921. However, that Joyce McKinney died of Typhoid Fever on June 23, 1930 in Beech Springs, Spartanburg County, SC.
I am in possession of a copy of her death certificate which is the source of my information.Please correct your memorial. I have submitted an "Edit" but wanted to give you more info. Thanks!!
|Carl Catherman||Carson Shelton|
Thank you very much for adding the bio. I appreciate your quick response.
|Dana Meeks||Miss Annie Belcher|
Thanks for adding the obit.
|Martha Woody||Guerdon H. Pendleton's Family|
I would like to have my great grandmother, Frances Lawrence Pendleton Barnitz # 76365020 linked to her parents, Guerdon H. Pendleton # 96749941 and Jane Byrd Page Pendleton # 96750394. I would also be interested in you transferring them to me, if you would rather me make the link. Both of my parents were born in Wytheville, and I would visit there every summer during my youth.
Martha Tothill Woody
|Lynne Belcher Burgess RN||Transfer|
Thank you so much for transferring Harold Vaughn Wyatt's memorial to me. You're a holiday angel!
|Benny Page||Transfer request|
Would you please transfer these two to me:
John L. Page (father)
Green Hills Cemetery
Paul Henry Page (son)
I am a direct Page relative; I have the obits on the two and will link other family members.
|Bobbi Keefe Rollins Johnson||Hinton|
Many thanks for the transfer!
|Julia miller||Maude patton williams1899-1954|
Thank you so much. For this there are no words . I dont know how to repay you for your work and time.
Thank you James for the Transfers, really appreciate your dedication to Find A Grave...so helpful to us out-of-town people...Anna Huth
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