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|Gulie molkenthin (#47058697)|
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|Donna Brummett||RE: THANK YOU|
Gulie, No trouble at all. Just glad to help. I looked for other cousins and aunts you mentioned but was unable to located them. All the stones of your family seemed to be in good shape (their not to routy). Have a blessed day and take care.
|Buddy||RE: The Livingston Memorials|
Thanks, Gulie. I've linked him to his parents. You should know, too, that there are a number of unmarked graves in the graveyard. Don't know if the churches maintained any burial records, but I did learn that a number of the local funeral homes kept records - going way back. They may allow a person to peruse the records if they are looking for family/relatives. Worth a try.
Added by Buddy on Sep 09, 2012 9:05 PM
|Buddy||The Livingston Memorials|
Thank you for sponsoring the memorials. I was able to find out that Paul Livingston is a son of George & Gulie Livingston. Do you know if David Livingston is also their son? I'm asking because I'd like to link him to his parents - if they are his parents. Thanks.
Added by Buddy on Sep 09, 2012 8:35 PM
|Donna Brummett||RE: Livingston Cemetery and Butler|
You are so very welcome. You are the reason I do this so that folks like you can have the joy of seeing the old places they were "dragged" to as children. It's really to bad, we have to get old to appreciate the graveyards and cemeteries and our relatives that went before us. Thanks so much for your kind words, it helps me keep up the work and continue to know why I do it. Take care and keep visiting those wonderful old places.