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|LeAnn||Doris Eileen Franklin Hintz|
You posted pictures of Doris, so I was hoping you were a family member. Her parents were Raymond and Zelma Franklin. Raymond's parents were John A Franklin and Nettie Stephens. My Great-Great Grandfather Joseph Milton Franklin would have been one of John's brothers. Their parents were Benjamin Franklin (aka Benjamin Ruark) and Malissa Ann Jackson. I was hoping to connect to someone who had done the Franklin (aka Ruark) Family History. Benjamin and Malissa changed the surname from Ruark to Franklin during the Civil War when they left Kentucky and moved to Indiana.
Added by LeAnn on Aug 18, 2015 1:42 PM
Hi, You added a photo onto the page of my great Grandmother Leatha Otha Hudgons Thomas..
anyway you could please delete the photo? Thats not my Great Grandmother in the picture.. I'm not sure who she is.. but shes way too old.. Its a miss id'd photo off ancestry.com as i've came across it before.
|Lady in Mourning||Photo of Safronia Flanagan|
Thank you for posting the picture of Safronia Flanagan. Are you perhaps related? Please contact me if you are at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Nathan Haines||Gertrude Benjamin|
I got pics yesterday per your request for Gertrude Benjamin's grave site.
I went by there three times and each time I got there too late and the gravestone had just gone into the shade of trees nearby. I tore a couple little branches off of the tree on my last visit but could not reach one that was casting a shadow onto the stone. I will try again next week to get there when the stone is in full sun and get better pics.
|KAREN LOVY||RE: Carey Rowan's and Wilma|
|Gene Funk||RE: Henrieta Hermann|
Pearl, again, you are very welcome.
|Gene Funk||RE: Franklin Watson|
Pearl, you are very welcome.
|Jan Fenter||Hogan & Rivers graves in Lincoln Memorial Park|
I contacted Lincoln Memorial Park again to look again and verify the grave locations for the Rivers & Hogan family. I just heard back from them regarding the grave locations of Hannah Rivers (died 1909), Robert Hogan (died 1910), and Hannah Melisa Hogan (born 1856, died 1950).
The person said Hannah "Melisa" Hogan purchased the grave spaces, and "moved" her parents Hannah and Robert Hogan, from the Milwaukie Cemetery in 1915. She purchased the North 1/2 section of lot #47, graves 1, 2 and 3. She said she checked the "lot" book to verify this information, as a double check. She further said the burials for these 3 people are in the following graves:
Hannah Rivers Hogan, in grave #1.
Robert Hogan, in grave #2.
Hannah Melisa Hogan, in grave #3.
I have corrected the caption for the photos I took to reflect the corrections. Evidently the previous grave #5 for Hannah Melisa Hogan was not correct. It should be change to grave #3 on any record you have typed that previously given grave number. Please make that correction in the text on the memorials and in your records.
|Jan Fenter||RE: Hannah Melissa Rivers Hogan|
You are very welcome for the photos.
|diana greb||Nancy Myrtle 38369576|
Hi--I just added a copy of the death certificate to this memorial. You had added pictures, so I thought you might be related. I am not related, I am just adding Lake County DCs. Thanks, Diana
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