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Thomas Harp (#47279764)
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I am a retired Presbyterian Church (USA) minister. I grew up in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. I served in the US Air Force during the Vietnam War at Edwards AFB in California. After I completed my military service I entered the ministry. I served four churches - in Lima OH, Grundy Center IA, Kenmore NY and Naples FL - during my ministry. I am married to Carol Ann Hickman. We have two sons and five grandchildren. I became interested in genealogical research through my parent's involvement in searching out their ancestors.
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Freda
RE: Franklin P. Willis & Daughter LoDema Thomas
I am sorry, I obits I have just go up to 1933. But if I run across it I will send it to you.
Added by Freda on Mar 18, 2011 1:19 PM
Freda
Franklin P. Willis & Daughter LoDema Thomas
Thank you for the information. I have add his obit as will. His daughter that is mentioned in his obit is buried there under Lodema Find A Grave Memorial# 11556475, I found her obit as will. I have sent a posting to the lady that posted her memorial but just in case here is her memorial: (I am not kin so I am transferring his memorial to you)

THOMAS, Dema WILLIS - Mrs. Dema Thomas {nee Willis} was born in Benton county, Ark. Jan. 21, 1880. Married Jay M. Thomas April 24, 1907 and passed away in peace Jan. 31, 1917. Mrs. Thomas made a profession of Christianity in early life and in hope of the latter day triumph we buried her Thursday in the presence of a large assembly of sympathizing friends. A mother, a husband and five little children represent the immediate family now left in mourning, on each of whom we earnestly invoke the gracious blessing of Him "who doeth all things well." J. Marshall Dempsey, Feb. 3, 1917. [Gentry Journal-Advance - Gentry, Benton County, Arkansas - February 9, 1917]
Added by Freda on Mar 18, 2011 6:05 AM
laura hughes
RE: Eddy family in Chief Lot cemetery
I am sorry but I don't know any more about them then I put on the site.

The next time I go out there (I am not quite finished with the pictures) I will try and talk to the caretaker who has all the books.

You might also try looking up the cemetery online outside of FindaGrave. He was in the process of compiling a computer data base with all the information from the books as of last fall...don't know how that has progressed.

If I find out anymore I will update the files.

Good hunting.

Laurie
Added by laura hughes on May 14, 2010 5:10 PM
 

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