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|Raymond & Sue Malone Smith (#47807478)|
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I retired after 35 years with SUPERVALU Inc. I have lived in the Jackson, Ms. area for 45 years.
My wife and I became involved with Find A Grave as a means of helping her sister Mary Ann Malone Beggs with her genealogy and Family Tree. My wife Sue Malone Smith and I have helped her by walking many cemeteries, searching for family member's graves. We would photograph the headstone and copy the information. We have occasionally helped her with research at various libraries and courthouses.
Mary Ann has done the majority of the research. She has made many trips and met many wonderful people and relatives, whom she would have never known if not for genealogy.
The family names that we are working on are Malone, Finnegan, Kirby, O'Flinn, O'Flynn, Carr, Harrington, Bergin, Sherman and Skehan. Mary Ann and Sue are the daughters of Felix John Malone Sr. (The oldest son of Frank K. and Catherine Gertrude Malone)
I am ALWAYS glad to add family links, make needed corrections, and to add appropriate bio information (if no bio has been added).
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|Robert Miller||JOHN T. SHARP (His Memorial)|
I truly and I dearly thank you for the transfer of my ancestor JOHN T. SHARP. This is a major blessing.
My family and I are trying to get in contact with The Mississippi State Historical Society to clean up the cemetery and make it look better and see if we can add the historical list of old cemeteries.
We Are Trying.
Again, I Truly Thank You For The Wonderful Transfer.
Blessings In Christ Always,
Native Of Meridian, Mississippi
|Charlotte Cooper||RE: Samuel Barfoot Memorial|
Thank you very much!!
|Charlotte Cooper||request for tranfer|
Memorial #111402922, this is a request for transfer. He is my grandfather. Thanks, Charlotte Arnold Cooper
|Patrick Johnson||Skehan & Dolan|
Where were you able to get the information for Julie Skehan (#94472812) and her husband Lawrence Dolan (#93551599)? I've worked my way back to them but haven't been able to get much more than their names. Any info you may have would be greatly appreciated!
|Bryan Anderson||Charles J. Achee|
Find A Grave Memorial# 113137534
Dear Raymond and Sue,
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the History and Roster of the 355th Infantry, and partially confirmed by his gravestone, Charles Achee was a member of this unit.
I'm not sure where I'm going with my project, but I want to think I'll eventually publish something. Should I do so, may I have permission to use your photograph of Charles Achee's gravestone?
With warm regards,
SORRY I MEANT ADD THE PICTURE OF THE MEMORIAL TO THE ONE WITH ALL THE RELATIONSHIP LINKS. THEN I WILL DELETE THE DUPLICATE. THANKS
Added by Bobby on Jul 24, 2016 5:57 PM
I s there anyway you can add the picture to a memorial I accidently duplicated? They are both my listings, but someone has added family links to the other. Thanks
Added by Bobby on Jul 23, 2016 12:19 PM
|patricia halford||sam smith|
there is a Samuel sam smith that is the son of decie linder an Everett v smith same dates is something wrong here or are there 2 of them with same dates
|Denise Flynn||RE: Betty Chapman|
You're very welcome.
|Georgie Necaise Morton||RE: Carroll Darwin Malone, Jr.|
Thanks for your response. It has been my experience here that the people who list the memorials don't have as much information as the people who take photos. I thought perhaps that you might have the genealogy on him. I can find no record of a "Carroll Dan Malone, Jr." so I believe that the memorial is for "Carroll Darwin Malone, Jr." who was buried in Floral Hills, Gulfport, MS, after his death from injuries and burns from a plane crash in Gulfport on Dec. 2, 1983. He may have been moved to Highland Cemetery, Hattiesburg, where his parents are buried, but Floral Hills has no record of his removal. I have posted your photo of his headstone on the other memorial and given you credit. If you wish for it to be removed, please let me know.
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