|Dena Young-Good||Lora Simpson Young|
I noticed this morning, while looking at my grandmother's information, Lora Simpson Young, that my Aunt JoAnn Young Kincheloe's name was placed as her sibling and should be placed as her child. If you would correct this information it would be appreciated. Thank you very much for the help that you give.
Dena Young Good
|Karen Mickel Bennett||Frances Hardwick|
Thank you for taking time to send this wonderful information. I had forgotten about Thomas Speke and thankfully you reminded me! Sharing is so important and I thank you again....
|Virginia Brown||Mary Edwards|
I have indicated on her memorial that Mary Edwards is her daughter (giving you credit). Otherwise Mary would have to be linked to her mother from her own memorial. I don't know where she is buried.
|Karen Gallaway Mann & Debbi Markham Speights||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 91844032|
Thank you for bringing this error to my attention. The error has been corrected and now shows that Rebecca is the wife and not the daughter.
If you are sure the death date is 1859 and not 1867, I will change it. The stone shows 1867.
Added by Darrelll on Jul 20, 2016 7:10 AM
|julia&keld||RE: Photo of tomb of Sir John Byron & wife Lady Margaret|
Hello Sue, you can use a photo, may be give a credit if possible. What a beautiful profile photo you have.
|Laura||Connie Young # 81256180|
You have sent me an edit requesting that I link Cordelia Hawthorne (1864-1922) as the mother of Connie Young (1921-1995). Please note that Cordelia would have been 57 at the time of Connie's birth. I think she is instead Connie's grandmother, and that Connie's mother was Ada (Hawthorne) Young.
Added by Laura on Nov 01, 2015 4:54 AM
|Donna & Lewis||RE: Jim Hawthorne Headstone Photo|
We are very glad to help!
Donna & Lewis
Sue Ellen I have a question on Susannah all I have on her is what the cemetery book has might not be right I don't know, but if she died in Howard County that is about three hour trip from here by good hiways, in 1840 I would think it would take days to bring her here and in 1840 there were no trains around here till around the civil war or after. got any ideas Ted
Added by Ted on Aug 23, 2015 4:20 PM
I added her maiden name as Gooch she was the daughter of Jesse & Eliza (Owsley)Gooch this is what the Cemetery book has other than that I don't know for sure what her maiden name was Ted
Added by Ted on Aug 21, 2015 5:19 PM
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