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Thanks so much! Marion
Added by Marion on Mar 19, 2016 3:35 PM
|Pat Simmons||RE: Eva Martin|
Thank you JFV. I have corrected Eva Martins information. THANKS! Pat
|Carla||RE: Earnest E Brown|
It is done. thank you
Added by Carla on Dec 07, 2013 7:16 AM
|Patsy Paterson||RE: Mary Rather Bell|
Correction made. Sorry for the typo.
|Donald Bitner||RE: Lowell Shepard - Iowa|
Thanks for the correction, Don
|Mary Fry Stevens||RE: Nancy Harris Hearne|
Thanks for the help. Mary
|Tom Johnson||RE: Zerrildia Beatty - Attebery cemetery|
Thanks for pointing out the error. I had it correct in the bio, but wrong in the discription. Are you related to Zerrildia Beatty?
|Keith Osborn||RE: Boon Stones|
Sounds good to me but your photo request on Find A Grave said Julia not Julie born in 1852. Hence, I found a Julia Boon born in 1852.
|Keith Osborn||Boon Stones|
I have photos of two Boon stones.
Ernest, s/o John & Julia C. Boon, and Julia, w/o John, April ? - Feb 3, 1852.
I could post to Find A Grave if you want, but they are in the wrong cemetery.
We have two Mount Pleasant UMC church cemeteries in Guilford County. One at 400 Alamance Church Road (with a Find A Grave site), and one at 5120 Burlington Road (which does not have a Find A Grave site that I can find).
Yours are in the Burlington Road cemetery.
If you want, I can e-mail the photos to you. You can go to my contributors page and e-mail me the address you want them sent to, or I could post Julia's to the Alamance Church Road site.
Just let me know.
|firstname.lastname@example.org||RE: Mary Thompson 1799-1886|
Thank you very much for your response. I guess I need to do more research to establish whether the Mary Thompson, mother of Ingebor Thompson Johnson, was also the mother of David Thompson. This Mary was born about 1799. Unfortunately, this is such a common name.
Thanks again !
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