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|D. A. Core (nee McGee) (#46875544)|
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Currently I am concentrating on our family consisting of Core, Burton, Graziano, Bennett, Fendlason, Crockett, Willis, Thompson, McKee; most from St. Tammany and Tangipahoa, Louisiana. My dad's family: McGee, Nalley, Willis, Smith. My mom's family: Godkin, Barton, Graffagnino, Piazzo, Harris.|
I have transcribed the following cemeteries (All need pics posted.):
- Memory Gardens of Jefferson County, Nederland (pics posted).
- Hillcrest Memorial in Orange.
- Orange Forest Lawn.
- Calvary (Catholic) Cemetery, Port Arthur. Posted pics for indoor and outdoor mausoleums. Need to post remaining pics. Working on left side of cross (A-G complete).
- Oak Bluff. Took pictures and now transcribing and adding records (currently over 5300 new listings).
All listings except Oak Bluff have been requested transfered to Kerry (46483229).
I work 6 days a week and I am gone 12 hours per day, so be patient for me to respond or update your request. Thanks.
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|Kat Undone||Smith descendant|
I am a Smith descendant... I just started actively researching my family history. William Hunter Smith III was my grandfather and he and my grandmother Nettie raised me until he passed away. I am interested in any info you have and I may be able to fill in some of the blanks you have... feel free to contact me.
Just sent you Mr Toups obituary~~
Added by Bettie♥~ on Oct 06, 2017 8:49 PM
|Denise Poundstone||Henry W. Core|
My husband is related to the Core line by way of Jacob Poundstone and wife Mahala Core. I have been trying to track down who the parents of Henry W. Core are. We were in Pennsylvania a few years ago and I took photos of all the headstones I thought might be related in the Old Frame Cemetery. I have been trying to match them up with the appropriate families on Ancestry. Can you help me?
|MNeil||Hazel Marie Reid Dixon #54299952|
Hazel Dixon is my mother-in-law. I already care for her husband's memorial and would like to request Hazel's memorial be transferred to me, as well.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Added by MNeil on Jul 28, 2017 3:30 PM
|Gloria Knight||Holcomb Prentis Wright Find A Grave #47995886 in Oak Bluff Memorial.|
Would you please transfer this Memorial of my grandfather to me. Thank you in advance.
Gloria Rodgers Knight
|Wathena Martin||Joyce Cole Martin|
Please include the following obit for Joyce Cole Martin Thank you.
Joyce was born on October 6, 1923 and passed away on Tuesday, June 6, 2017.
Joyce was a resident of Port Arthur, Texas at the time of passing.
Visitation for family and friends will be on Thursday, June 8, 2017 from 5:00 PM till 8:00 PM at Clayton Thompson Funeral Home in Groves. Service to honor Joyce's life will be at 10:00 AM Friday, June 9, 2017 at Clayton Thompson Funeral Home with burial to follow in Oak Bluff Memorial Park in Port Neches.
|Shawn Page Larimore||Ephraim "Big Eaf" Hatfield, II|
Could you add this to his memorial?
Ephraim Hatfield, born in 1812, was the father of the active participants in the Hatfield and McCoy feud. Because of his massive size he was best known throughout the region of the hills as "Big Eaf." He was said to have been seven feet tall and to have weighed well over three hundred pounds.
In 1826, when he was only sixteen [I know; it doesn't compute!], Big Eaf married fifteen year old Nancy Vance. Nancy was the granddaughter of Abner Vance, Sr., an Indian scout and spy on the frontier who was with the men who drove the Mingo Indians from the Guyandotte Valley in 1792. Vance was an early pioneer of Logan County. His granddaughter's marriage into the Hatfield family brought about a close and lasting affiliation between the Hatfields and the Vances.
Nancy and Big Eaf had a large family of eighteen children, eight of whom died in infancy. They raised ten children including six sons. Valentine (Wall) was the oldest son, and the second boy was Anderson Hatfield, later nicknamed and better known as "Devil Anse." He was born on September 9, 1839. He is buried in the Hatfield Cemetery.
|Cari Lee||Holcomb Prentis Wright Memorial Transfer|
You sound like a busy lady! Just wondering if you would mind transferring my great-grandfather's memorial to me? I'd like to update his bio.
Holcomb Prentis Wright Find A Grave #47995886 in Oak Bluff Memorial.
Thanks a bunch,
Added by Cari Lee on Apr 17, 2017 1:41 PM
|Kerry Girolamo||Edits to Process|
Hi Dalena. Would you process your edits when you have time. I hope all is well with you and have a great Holiday Season! Kerry
|jeff parker||Howard R. Parker|
Hi I have pending edits for his memorial. Can you please check these. Thanks
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