|DJ||RE: Agnes Bis|
Happy to help.
Added by DJ on Apr 12, 2017 9:26 PM
|Michael Milliken||RE: Alice Lloyd|
Thanks! I've updated her memorial with the correct information.
|jwright||RE: Son of Hiram black|
I have added the info that you provided to Hiram Black's bio on his memorial and also requested an edit to his son's memorial linking them together
Added by jwright on Mar 25, 2017 9:15 AM
|Dawn D.||RE: memorial # 15688852|
I got your message in regards to Harry Banks Sr.'s second wife possibly being Florence Dolbow. I did a little "digging" at ancestry.com and found that it was indeed Florence Dolbow. She was the daughter of Bryant S. Dolbow and Mary S. Dickson/Dickinson. (Not sure of Mary's actual maiden name- those two are most seen spellings). After the death of Harry Banks Florence married Harry F. MANKIN. I have linked her to Harry's memorial. She was also the second wife of Harry Mankin. His first wife's maiden name was also Dolbow, but she had different parents. Thank you for your message.
Added by Dawn D. on Mar 10, 2017 10:34 AM
|Denny Carlisle||RE: Effie Bruner|
Got it - Thanks Monica. Denny Carlisle
|The Bull||RE: Archer Dolbow|
Added by The Bull on Jul 13, 2016 7:16 PM
|Michael R Miller||RE: Speck Graves|
Glad I could take them for you
|The Bull||RE: Elizabeth Dolbow|
Sorry it took me so long to find them. I must have been looking at the clouds and not the ground. I did not find a marker for Elsie Dolbow. To the left of Norman I did find Carrie Peachey d. 1928, George Campbell Jr. d. March 30, 1914, and Eleanor Campbell d. 1958. I thought they might be related so I added photos to their memorials too.
I have a contact number if you would like to call and confirm Elsie Dolbow is buried with Elizabeth Campbell.
Added by The Bull on Nov 25, 2012 6:11 PM
|Robert ||RE: Iva Waud @ Mt. Hope|
Monica, Don't worry, there where other stones I took pictures of. Beside I ride my 21 sp. hybrid bike to get exercise. Have a nice day. Bob
Added by Robert on Aug 05, 2012 7:30 PM
|Cindy||RE: Clara B Russell|
Your welcome, glad I could help. I had not been to that cemetery before.... it's very nice. Cindy
Added by Cindy on Jul 13, 2012 4:12 PM
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