|Rosie||Richard Dwain Mathews|
His funeral arrangements were done by Young's Funeral Home in El Dorada, Arkansas. He died in El Dorado, Arkansas.
Added by Rosie on Dec 18, 2016 6:04 AM
|Tim Cook||RE: Thomas Cook|
Sorry, I have no information on this family. All I know is they came from Ireland
Added by Tim Cook on May 14, 2016 12:19 AM
|Ron Mac||Re; Denney|
I went back to Bluff Spring cemetery to check on the headstone and am sorry to tell you that the stone belongs to Margaret Ellen Denney (105236245). I do not know where the W. M. came from, whether my error or an edit. I am very sorry and will delete the memorial. I am hoping to locate or find out anything on the Denney cemetery and will let you know if I do.
Added by Ron Mac on Mar 05, 2016 7:09 PM
|Ron Mac||Re: W M Denney|
Right off hand I do not know the correct dates on the stone. I will have to stop by and give it a close look. The Denney cemetery would most likely be on the family farm and its about 6 miles away from the Bluff Springs cemetery. I had never heard of the Denney cemetery before so I looked it up on F A G. Its real near where I grew up. I will have to track it down.
Added by Ron Mac on Feb 27, 2016 8:11 PM
|Larry White||RE: Martha Rollins|
Sorry, I have nothing at all to do with her memorial and would not be able to make any changes to it.
|Jack Kiscadden Jr.||RE: Thomas Kiscadden|
Hi Kayla, I think I have made the change for Thomas. I don't know why he and Louisa are in different cemeteries. But he does have a marker. Are you related to Either of them? If I still don't have something right please let me know. Thanks for writing.. Jack
|Valarie Vine||Kayla Lucille Collins|
Thanks for the bio material. I would be happy to transfer this memorial to you if you would like.
|JP||John Norval Crane 1|
I've recently been kind of obsessed with finding my family roots. John Norval Crane I would be my 4th great grandfather. Can you help me go farther? I saw you posted that he "came from a very proud line of Cranes tracing back to James, his father from Calvert County, Maryland, to Sampson, his grandfather from Calvert Co., MD to John Crane, the Immigrant from Linton, Cambridgeshire, England. The line goes much further back, but this Bio is about John Norval Crane I born 1806."
I don't know any of this. Is there a place I can find this information? Please help. Thank you!
I couldn't find anyway to message you privately.
Added by JP on Aug 17, 2015 7:07 PM
|Mark James||RE: Allen James|
I will get back to you when harvest is over. My daughter started it and she is ish4krys. James Family History. Is is public.
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Ann (Annie ) Edwrads Robison|
You're very welcome. There were quite a few Robison's in the family plot so I added photos for them all.
Glad I could help!
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