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Pat Smith Petty (#47335501)
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Bio Photo If I have made any errors or omissions, please email me with the appropriate information to be corrected. If you are closely related to any of the memorials I have created, I'm happy to transfer them to you upon request.
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Pat, Thanks for bio information of Murrel. Are you related to the family? Just curious.

Added by B J on Dec 25, 2015 7:39 PM
RE: Motes @ Oak Grove
Great, Pat. I am always happy to have the memorials with family! Will get to work on transferring them to you. All the best - Pat
Added by ohlw on Jan 23, 2015 1:41 PM
Motes @ Oak Grove
Hi Pat - I am making the edits you sent on the Mote family. I have no connection to them - if you have any at all I'd be happy to transfer them to you. Just let me know if you would like them. Thanks, Pat
Added by ohlw on Jan 23, 2015 10:35 AM
Ronald Sbertoli
Philippine Griesheimer
Please check "Memorial" to see if all is correct.

Thanks for the information on Philippine Griesheimer.

R. W. Sbertoli
Added by Ronald Sbertoli on Oct 16, 2014 1:59 PM
Clarence & Bessie Smith
Not sure if you are aware that Clarence & Bessie had a infant girl born/died Aug. 23, 1927 and is buried in same grave as Roy Ralph P. Smith. I entered a memorial for this infant and linked her to her parents.
Added by OurPast on Oct 23, 2012 2:49 PM
Antoine Joseph "Anthony" Pierrot
It is likely he was buried somewhere other then the asylum cemetery since his death certificate lists "Louisville". Also there is a funeral director listed as D.J Daugherty. Those buried at the asylum had "Lakeland" as the place of burial.
Added by Squad546 on Feb 17, 2012 11:56 PM

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