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Kim Pollard (#46502246)
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Judy
RE: Evelyn J Yost Levick Klatt #5795047
Thank you Kim!!
Added by Judy on Jan 02, 2017 3:44 PM
Judy
Evelyn J Yost Levick Klatt #5795047
Do you happen to be from the Neenah area & may know who Evelyn's parents were? Thanks for any information you may have. Sincerely, JudyC
Added by Judy on Dec 23, 2016 8:28 PM
Susie Hill
Skippy Melvin
Do you know if Skippy Melvin is buried at Sandy Ridge, and if not then where? He attended Burdette School and died in the early 1960's when he was struck by the train. Thank you.
Added by Susie Hill on Feb 08, 2014 5:16 PM
Lynda Griffin
RE: Curmit Griffin
Kim,
When you log in go to the contributors tools and go to the frequently asked questions and there is a section on there that tells you how to transfer to another person. If you are going to transfer Raulston Griffin and Curmit Griffin , would you please transfer them to me? They are the only ones of my kinfolk that I don't manage. All the other Griffins in that cemetery on find a grave are ones that I made and manage. Hope this helps and thanks.
Lynda Griffin
Added by Lynda Griffin on Apr 13, 2012 6:02 PM
Tams
RE: Nathan Palmer
Hello Kim,
Nathan is within my family tree, but he is VERY distant within it. His wife Cora Lawton is my 3rd great-greatuncle's wife's niece. I just have an addiction to genealogy. I can't seem to stop myself connecting all the people together! lol

Take care,
Tammie
Added by Tams on Apr 09, 2012 11:38 AM
Kim Laird
Thank You
I looked up a friends grave and I saw the picture you took of it. It was such a good picture. There is a picture of him on his tombstone. I haven't been to visit him in years and I always talk to him when things are going ruff. I am going through a divorce and I was thinking about Chad and how I would like to visit his grave, but I live too far now. I talk to him out loud. When I pulled up the picture you took I saw his picture and it was like he was there saying "I'm here and I'm listening." Thank you so much for what you do. Seeing his picture meant alot to me.
Added by Kim Laird on Apr 09, 2008 9:14 AM
 

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