|Robert Strickland (#47110874)|
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|Ed Hightower||Various edits Williams, Spell, Taylor, et al|
Good morning Robert
Thank you for the quick turn around on the above mentioned edit requests.
Thank You so much for the great photo of the headstone for Katherine Tidwell Reeves, memorial #57867335. Thank You for spending your time and effort to help with this endeavor. It is really appreciated.
|Sue Edwards||Lewis Wilson Fort|
Robert, would you connect Lewis Wilson Fort and Leo Williams Fort at Laurel Hill Cemetery. I have added their gravestones.
|Ann Glass||Jennie McNeill|
Thanks, Robert for posting this grave to Find a grave. I have been looking for her for years.
she had such a tragic short life. I'm glad to know her grave is marked. Thanks for all you do.
|Barbara L. Kirkland||RE: Adolphus Dauvergne.|
Robert....Find A Grave has control over all of those that have an apostrophe in their name. I have no idea if that is the correct spelling or not -- D'Auvergne -- but thought it best not to argue with Find A Grave. :)
|Lynne Belcher Burgess RN||Transfer|
Thank you so much for your willingness to transfer Mattie Belcher Blanton to me. It means the world!
Lynne Belcher Burgess
|Ed Hightower||William and Benjamin Peace|
Thank you Robert.
|Ed Hightower||Peace family et al Edits|
Thank you for honoring and following up on my numerous edit requests.
|Laura Tully||Alsa and Dollie Gunter|
Thank you for the photos. It really helps.
Hi there! I noticed you added a photo of "Infant Foy" from 1920. I think this was my late grandfather's sister. I have been looking for an infant boy "Foy" that was buried in the same cemetery. His name was Larue Foy. This was my late grandfather's son. My mom thinks that his grave mark may have been lost and we can not locate him. I do, however, have photos of the day of his funeral which gives very few clues as the location of his grave. All we know is that he was buried at Mt. Olive Church of Christ in Live Oak, Fl.
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