|David Cliborne||Edit Request|
Hi Denny... When you find time, can you please edit Charlotte Burton's memorial for me? Her father was Harold Blaine Clybourn # 175836616, and her maiden name is of course Clybourn. Thanks...
|David Cliborne||RE: We may be related.|
Thanks Denny for the return message. Did you see I suggested several changes to your step mother, Charlotte Burton's memorial? I can email you the entire family history of your step mother's family. It is a very interesting one.
|David Cliborne||Charlotte Burton|
Do you know the story of Charlotte Clybourn Burton's great-grandfather Archibald Clybourn?
|David Cliborne||We may be related.|
Hi Denny... wow... I think we are related. What is your relationship with Harold Delbert Burton's wife Charlotte Clybourn Burton? Charlotte's 3rd great-grandfather, and my 7th great-grandfather were brothers in Virginia.
|Mary Arvidson||St Joseph Cemetery-Blumthal monument|
Hi Denny-I filled your requests for Arthur Jr and Glenna Blumthal. Besides them the following people are on the monument:
Betty Alice (1924- )(cemetery records indicate she was interred on Jul 2, 1993 and died at 68 years of age.
If you create memorial pages for the others let me know and I'll post the pictures to the new pages...Mary
|geniesearcher||Alexander George on Indian census|
I strongly believe Daniel George and Alexander George are on the 1905 Onondaga Indian Reservation (New York) census in 1905. The image is viewable on Ancestry.com, but it may also be found on other free websites. If you can't find it, contact me and I will make sure you get it. It is a starting point for further research.
|C. Bryan||RE: Phillips family|
Well, poor Clarence isn't marked except for this f-a-grave memorial - which has its purpose, I guess. Nice location, though. Happy to help.
Added by C. Bryan on Jan 28, 2015 8:42 PM
Hello yes I will be getting your photo. I've been working all week so I just need to get it this weekend please be patient I'll get it for you soon as I can thank you
i wanted to introduce myself as I am researching the Emerichs as they are a part of my line. i wanted to see what information you may have other then what Find A Grave has. I'll be open to sharing whatever you may be looking for too.
|Ace||RE: Alexander George|
Hi! Yes, I believe that it is an unmarked grave. Some days the ladies at the cemetery are very helpful, other days I know to keep my requests simple and few. Sometimes I can see the maps, sometimes I wouldn't dream of asking. I should eventually be able to get a picture. Thanks for your patience. Ace
Added by Ace on Aug 18, 2013 4:04 PM
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