Many of the headstones at the Fort Bliss National Cemetery are very hard to read due to age, striations in the white marble and letter etchings with no darkening. Click on the photo to enlarge a couple times and it is much easier to read.
Added by LC on Oct 10, 2017 7:56 PM
|Hunter Strawderman||RE: Almond Jenkins|
Not a problem. I'm going back to clean them this fall. Will have better pictures
|Hunter Strawderman||RE: Conrad Sager|
You're very welcome
|Patricia Bailey Silcox||Thomas Allred, Sr.|
You are listed as the person who created the info for Thomas Allred 1730-1810, Randolph Co, NC
What does your post mean when you stated that "Thomas Allred & Elizabeth (Twiggs) Allred were married in about 1752 in Randolph Co, NC. They were later proxy sealed to each other on August 8/9, 1878 in the LDS Temple." I am not familiar with what a "proxy sealed to each other" means since it was done so many years after death of Thomas -- in 1878 and Thomas Allred died in 1810.
I am descendant and searching for any marriage records for Thomas Allred and just not familiar with what a "proxy sealed marriage means".
Would appreciate hearing from you. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Hunter Strawderman||RE: Surname: STRAWDERMAN|
My line goes Ward- Silas- Jacob-Adam-John Anthony Strawderman. I'm also related to the Combs through Silas's wife Isadore Miller. Her mother was Nancy Combs, Daughter of George W. Combs. All from Hardy County
|Hunter Strawderman||RE: CONRAD SAGER|
|Larry Lagut||RE: Mary Albright|
Glad to help take care.
Thanks for the parental links. This is wonderful information for families. Great work, Slick
Added by Slick on Aug 17, 2017 10:57 PM
|Sidney||RE: John Earl Sullivan, Sr.|
You are welcome. I'm glad I could help.
Added by Sidney on Aug 04, 2017 4:38 AM
|TLilly||RE: Paul C. Sackewitz|
You're very welcome MJ. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance to you.
Added by TLilly on Apr 22, 2017 12:19 PM
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