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|Russ||RE: Lucretia Burns Boudreaux|
Hi Lily, Lucretia is buried in the Franklin LA Cemetery. I have a aerial photo of the cemetery with her grave location marked with a red arrow posted on her memorial page. I have added another, so you can see where the grave is located in relation to Main St. Her daughter, Odile Boudreaux Peltier (my great grandmother) is in the adjacent plot. Hope this helps.
Added by Russ on Jul 30, 2017 11:58 PM
just today, dad & I were remembering old times, particularly how his mom migrated from Mississippi. Some how as i was surfing the web, I found your site, so, I thought I'd say "hi!"
from your cuz, rickylee
I have found several cousins through family tree DNA. Their great grandmother is also Kizzie. Let's talk.
|Russ||RE: photo request|
Hi Cousin! Nice to meet you. I have added the photos to the memorial. I am not familiar with Eliza Burns Boudreaux. Was she a sister of Lucretia? Do you have any info on this family? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to chat more.
Added by Russ on Dec 21, 2014 2:16 PM
Hi Lily, I see that you have a photo request for Lucretia Burns Boudreaux. She is my great great grandmother. Just wanted to let you know that I know where her grave is located and plan on photographing it in the very near future.
Added by Russ on Dec 20, 2014 1:21 PM
|Shirlene James||RE: Emma Anderson Find A Grave Memorial# 64743093|
It is always great to find relatives! Was Frank your grandfather. Let's chat sometime because I have many questions and answers we can share about the Andersons!
|50th SIGNAL||RE: My Great Uncle|
Yes, Thanks I'll look forward to your e-mail.
|50th SIGNAL||RE: 50th Signal Battalion|
Your uncle Col. Rolland E. Stafford. My book covers the 50th from 1940 to 1945. Your uncle was the Battalion Commander from 2/1940 at Camp McCoy/Fort Sheridan to 12/1942 where he returned to the US following a deployment to Iceland.
|50th SIGNAL||50th Signal Battalion|
I would like to talk to you about your Great Uncle. He was the commander of the 50th Signal Battalion in 1941-1942. I have written a book about the Battalion which includes sections about your uncle. Contact email@example.com
|B.J. Waters||RE: Matthew Kolts|
You're welcome. Sorry it wasn't a more positive outcome. I did receive back an e-mail from the cemetery, confirming that Matthew does not have a marker.
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