|David E Craig||Photo Request|
Norma Lee Painter is being buried today, 4/26/2017. I will check next week to see if the graves are prepared, and take photos of Opie Earl and Norma Lee at that time.
|Kathy||RE: Willard Goss memorial|
Tanks for responding. I guess my next step for this family group is to find out where Willard Jr. was laid to rest. If I find him I'll let you know.
Added by Kathy on Apr 23, 2017 12:18 AM
|Clyde Ratcliffe||Old St. John's Baptist|
My name is Clyde Ratcliffe (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I live in White Stone.
I and another person published a book on the gravestone of Lancaster County in 2002.
My colleague found 36 stones there.
I am in awe as to your research that you did to determine that at least there are double that amount buried there.
Would like to meet with you and discuss your methods.
|Melanie Davis McDonald||RE: Carl Clark's memorial|
You are most certainly welcome.
|Judy Lewis Honeycutt||RE: Samuel David Lewis|
No problem. Thanks for removing the obit. I know
it looked like a match.
Also, thanks for your time and efforts in sharing your research for the rest of us.
Hello. I sent some edits to you. I hope you will consider accepting them. Thank you.
Added by B Mowen on Mar 23, 2017 4:26 AM
|Melanie Davis McDonald||Deceased d.o.b. info.|
Not sure why I asked that question as I know funeral homes have this information on their websites. Sorry.
|Melanie Davis McDonald||Re: Joyce Kilman Walker|
Thank you for the d.o.b info for her memorial. How do you inquire and receive d.o.b. on deceased? Funeral homes? S. S. Index? Would appreciate help. Thanks.
|L. Parks||RE: Wickert memorial|
Thank you so much. I sent it as a relative request. I'm new to Find a Grave, so I may have done it incorrectly, but thank you very much for linking them.
Added by L. Parks on Mar 14, 2017 6:51 PM
|Judy Lewis Honeycutt||Samuel David Lewis|
CJ, I saw you posted a newspaper obit for my Great grandfather Samuel David Lewis. I really don't think this is him.
Firstly, he had two bio children living, one dau, one son and ten step-children.
Secondly, I know where he lived in Village,Va not a place called Marvin Grove.
I appreciate your efforts in trying to provide more information regarding his death, but I strongly feel it is for another Samuel Lewis in Richmond County. The county is loaded with males with the Lewis surname. Now, I would think his obit would more likely be in the Northern Neck News. Did you find an obit in that paper?
Since this is a person very close I would want only accurate information posted about him, I hope you do understand my feelings. Again, I appreciate your efforts in researching him.
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