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If you get a chance to stop by, please visit my brother Donald's memorial. Thank you for all the flowers.
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|Forever loved: Beatrice||THANK YOU|
Thank you so very much for the beautiful flowers you left my children and sister. I truly appreciate it. Have a great weekend...Bea.
Thank you for the flower left for our sweet Gypsy
|Forever loved: Beatrice||MANY THANKS!|
Hi Debbie. I want to thank you for the pretty tokens you left my 'Killed in Action' It was so thoughtful and sweet of you and I truly appreciate it.
Have a nice week...Bea.
|Angel of Flowers||RE: Your mom|
You are very welcome. I had to keep going to your grandpa to get to the grandma. It wasn't always like that. F.A.G. merged the 2 memorials together.
Have a great week end!
|Angel of Flowers||Your mom|
Hi Debbie....on your mother's bio page (Pat) her 'my mom' link is not working. Somehow there was another memorial of 'my mom' & her link got merged.
|Terry Reigel||Transferred Jinny to you|
My mother's father and mother came from Hazelwood part of Haywood County. My great grandfather Dunk Robinson married Amelia Moore. She died in 1889 and baby also. Married 2nd wife: Rebecca "Becky" Moore she died 1915. Was my grandmother's mother. Grandpa Robinson then married Minnie Moore who raised his and Becky's 2 girls. I know who Minnie's mother was but can not find who Amelia and Becky's was. If you click on Ola Whitener Hulsey site at St. Mark's and then her mother you can see what info found so far. Can not find if any of the 3 are related....especially the 2. I was happy to transfer the site you wanted. I am 78 myself. Thanks...God's Blessings, Betty
Added by Betty on Jul 28, 2013 6:14 PM