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Grew up with my best friend - My Dad. He can never get enough memorial in my mind so I thought this would be a good place to always be able to go to remember him.|
Also I am interested in helping grow the find a grave database.
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|parkershores||Jon Thomas Hill|
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|Christopher Nance||Lonnie Nance|
Lonnie's father was Thomas Clayton Nance, my Great, Great Grandfather. Lonnie's brother was my great grandfather Odie Oliver Nance 1904-1971. They were both born in Stigler, OK to Thomas Clayton Nance and Rhoda (Freeman) Nance.--Christopher Nance yeshua...(Read more)
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|Geneva G.||RE: Nance|
No, I'm sure this is the correct one. I have not had the chance to visit his gravesite, but I do know that he is buried in Yukon. I remember visiting "Grandma Hill" (as my mother called her). At the time she was very ill and passed away soon after. We (my mother & I) visited for quite some time with her daughter. I believe her name was Cora Mae (possibly?). Thanks!
|Geneva G.||Lonnie Nance|
Hi... was wondering if you are related to Lonnie Elbert Nance. He was my maternal great grandfather.
Thank you for taking time to leave me a message. I was more than happy to visit Adrian's page as well as the other memorials you posted. Thanks again. Best wishes to you.
Added by r77ortiz on Jan 30, 2008 3:13 PM
It is a very fitting and lovely stone! I'm sure he would be very proud of it. Thanks for letting me know it was up.
Added by Daughter on Jan 28, 2008 12:51 AM
Looking forward to seeing his "gone fishing" headstone:)
Added by Daughter on Jan 26, 2008 1:17 AM
For visiting my dad's memorial and for the image of our Blessed Mother, she's so beautiful and comforting. I'm so sorry for the loss of your own dad as well. I was honored to read the memorial you have for him. May he rest in peace.
Added by Daughter on Jan 24, 2008 6:33 AM