Not sure how often you get on here but I'm stuck with the RB Cooper and Will Cooper and Martha Mattie situation. I was wondering if you could help me out.
Sorry that name should have been Joseph Green who had the duplicate entry and not Thomas Green.
Added by Annie on Aug 26, 2015 8:08 PM
Your memorial for Thomas Green in the Null Cemetery is duplicate entry.
Added by Annie on Aug 26, 2015 8:02 PM
|Sharon Surber||Clarence A. Boots|
I noticed that you left a flower on his memorial # 24065196. I was wondering if you were related and had any information about him or an obit. My question is, was he married to a Brina Boyles before his other wife listed. Brina was the daughter of John M and Eliza Jane (Deringer) Boyles. Brina was born May 9 1860 in Kansas and died Oct. 31, 1898 and was buried in the Star Cemetery in Udall. Brina's parents were also buried there.
Any information would be greatly appreciated. I am related thru the Deringer.
Hope to hear from you
|Nancy Ann Mull Buchanan||Bells|
I added a tombstone picture for the Bell family in Fairview Cemetery in Ohio--in case you would like a copy!
Stephen A Bell
Livonia his wife
Phebe his wife
|Mardi||Patricia Ann Grant Barnes|
Thank you for leaving flowers on my mothers site. We are related! Contact me if you want to share notes or just talk.
Added by Mardi on Aug 27, 2010 12:22 PM
Noticed that you had left flowers for James Shigley. He is my husband's great-grandfather. Cyril Shigley was his grandmother. Christina Maxine Weckler was his mother. Cyril's first marriage was to John (Jay) Weckler. They were divorced and then Cyril married Fred Marshall. Cyril died in 1934 when Christina was 18.
My husband and I visit each Memorial day to put flowers on the graves of James and Lillie Shigley, Cyril, Rollie Shigley and Jewell Shigley.
Let me know if I can be of help.
Added by Jane P on May 21, 2010 6:16 PM
|Mary and Charlie Burrow||GALBRAITH AT CHARTIERS|
We just posted photos to most of the Galbraith's at Chartiers Cemetery!
|J.W. Stiles||Stiles Family|
Hi Marie, I see you left flowers for Benjamin D. Stiles in Greenwood Cemetery. By chance are we related?
|Richard L. McBrayer||Mask|
Marie, My family is buried in the same cemetery in Inman, Ga. There are many of the Mask family buried there. If you need anymore please let me know.
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