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|Aundria Ketterer||RE: Virginia Bearss Thayer|
I was wondering if you have the whole article or know where I can find it. I have found some information but this would be helpful also. Mercedes was like a grandmother to me, I loved her so much.
|Aundria Ketterer||RE: Virginia Bearss Thayer|
Thank you for your help. I will try Google News also. My mother really never spoke of this either and unfortunately we don't really talk now, so I'm on my own finding information. Thank you again
|Aundria Ketterer||Virginia Bearss Thayer|
I was wondering if someone could point me in the direction to get the full article listed. She is my grandmother.
|LefflerResearcher||William E Corrigan|
I appears that you may be a nephew of William and Ida Kiser Corrigan (#68172431 and #44824281 respectively). Do you know if they had a child who died young? In the 1900 census it says she had a child who is no longer living (1-0 in the columns that ask for number of births and number living) but in the 1910 census asking the same question the numbers are 0-0. I always record children in my family tree even when they did not live long and would like to find which entry is correct. Thanks for any help you can give.
|EEBJ||Leah Stanbery Memorial|
Thank you for the transfer of Leah's memorial to me. As you most likely discovered upon re-reading your original bio, Leah never married. Her sister Margie Stanbery was Thomas McMahon's second wife.
As you can see from my profile, I manage only 41 memorials, so this is definitely not a "numbers" game to me. Your photo of the 3 cousins on the memorial is one that I have in a family collection of photos passed on to me from my grandmother and appears to be taken from my Ancestry tree including my caption and info about her mother's death in Texas.
As I mentioned, I personally visited with Leah when I was a child. I will take good care of her memorial.
Added by EEBJ on May 04, 2015 9:40 AM
|EEBJ||Thomas McMahon's Obit|
You have enabled me to correct a mistake that I had in my family tree by providing Thomas McMahon's surviving daughter (from his obit) as Mrs. Frank Ferran from Seatle, Washington. I had Bess Violet McMahon married to an incorrect spouse and attached to an incorrect gravestone marker for "Bessie McMahon Rentfrow", which matched in many ways.
But Frank Ferran/Farran and Bess V are found in the 1910, 1920, 1930, and 1940 Census in Seatle, King, Washington. They had a daughter Violet, b about 1916. Here is a record for Bess (McMahon) Farran's death:
Bess Violet Farran
Washington, Death Certificates, 1907-1960
death: 26 April 1950
Seattle, King, Washington
father: Thomas Mcmahon
mother: Violet Fountain
This record is found at the familysearch.org website: "Washington, Death Certificates, 1907-1960," index, FamilySearch https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3YT-MMR
Thanks so much! I appreciate your effort and kindness in providing that info for me. Hope this helps you also.
Added by EEBJ on Mar 08, 2015 3:36 PM
|EEBJ||RE: Thomas McMahon|
Thanks for the additional info about Violet and Thomas McMahon and also for letting me know that the Toledo Public Library will provide Obits for free now -- that should help immensely with much of my family research.
I couldn't get your provided link to work, but I will try it again once I've logged into the library system.
Added by EEBJ on Mar 05, 2015 8:54 AM
|Red||Louise and Patrick Larkins|
While visiting someone in a cemetery, I like to place flowers and tokens on the gravesite. As Findagrave is a virtual cemetery, I do the same. I would never leave a death certificate at the gravesite and do not like them on the pages I create. Could you please remove the death certificate from Louise and Patrick's pages? Thank you, Red
Added by Red on Jun 04, 2014 7:10 AM
|chuck3482||RE: Frederick Clarence Moews|
I will add him to my list and see what I can find.
|Danna ||Robert B Crevier Find A Grave Memorial# 50560521|
I was searching for a Robert Crevier that my grandmother knew when they were children. This Robert would have spent time in Iowa, South Dakota or Minnesota. I noticed the picture that you posted of Robert B Crevier and it really looked to be a grown up version of the photo that I have. I am hoping that you are related and can tell me if this Robert Crevier ever lived in one of the placed that I mentioned above. I am going to go ahead and upload the photo to his memorial that I have of him as a young man. If you are able would you please go to the memorial listed in the subject line and let me know if the photo I have uploaded is your Robert B Crevier.
Thank you for your assistance,
Added by Danna on Nov 23, 2013 3:40 AM
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