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Although we now call the Oklahoma "home", I'm a native Louisianian who loves researching family lines with my husband., I think this site is a great source of information and am so glad I came upon it. Thank you to all my fellow researchers and cemetery-lovers who make this site possible.|
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|Angie||Clara Suttle #76242548|
sorry I sent the wrong memorial number. I can't read my own handwriting... ;)
Added by Angie on Oct 06, 2016 10:54 PM
|Angie||Clara Suttle #16242548|
Hi :) Can you copy your photo of the gravestone with Clara, Daniel W., and James names on it and put it on Daniel's memorial #16242590? thanks
Added by Angie on Oct 06, 2016 10:52 PM
Thank you so much for taking the picture of Alice May's gravestone! I really appreciate it!
|Margaret||Lemuel Sowell #129099521|
Mr. Sowell's parents are:
Arthur Sowell #105583957 - Father
Rachel Sowell #159002677 - Mother
Added by Margaret on Mar 31, 2016 10:22 AM
|Tammy Long||RE: Daniel Vaughn request|
Thanks for asking. I am not certain however this Spring I am traveling to visit my great uncle to work on that side of my family tree. He will be ale to provide me with information and if its okay, I can get back in touch with you. Thanks so much. I greatly appreciate your kindness.
|Pat Crawford||Elgan Harrell Jr|
Thank you so much for the beautiful headstone photo. I appreciate your time thoughtfulness.
|Jenorv||RE: Walker Norvell|
I would appreciate a transfer
my number 46988219
Yes our family has a long tradition of service.
I flew combat in the Vietnam War and wrote about it on my blog
Added by Jenorv on May 13, 2015 12:50 PM
Thank you for creating the memorial and for linking it to his parents. His father, Col Stephens Thompson Norvell, was my Great Uncle, a decorated veteran of the Civil War and with Teddy Roosevelt at San Juan Hill. All the best
Added by Jenorv on May 13, 2015 11:18 AM
|Family Tree Climber||RE: Myrtle Mae Volinski|
Glad to be able to help!
|Annette Douglas Lee||RE: Collins Cemetery|
Yes I can and will be glad to tell you how to get to Collins Cemetery.
Take Hwy. 22 east of Ponchatoula,La.about5-6 miles.
Cross the 3 bridges (one being the Tangipahoa River Bridge).
You will see a huge new sub-division on the right.
Take the next right (Lees Landing Rd.).There is what's left of Edward's Saw Mill across from this road.
Go about1/2 to 3/4 mile.
Take a right on Collins Cemetery Rd.
The cemetery is at the very end of that road.
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