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SFC USA RET Duffie & Kathy (#46950425)
 member for 6 years, 8 months, 21 days
Sandy Hicks Mullins
Holts in LA
Sorry to send so many additions and updates. My last Holt line was born there and thats all I know of that.

So I decided to try and link all those that are not and I find locations of births/deaths on those I find. I have even added a few spouses along the way. There are 540 in LA now, its a slow process but I am working my way down the list.

Please do not hate me, I used to walk cemeteries but am bed ridden now and this is one way I can still help Find A Grave.

Thank you for all you do.

Added by Sandy Hicks Mullins on Jul 25, 2014 7:43 PM

RE: Adams' pictures
I was happy to do it.

Added by Bobby on Jul 20, 2014 12:36 PM

Patty McGinty
Clemmie McWhorter
This may be a duplicate in your mind and in the "spirit of Memorials" but she is part of my McWhorter line. She is NOT a McWhorton. If you can have the other memorialist correct her name & add husband, etc, I'd be glad to delete my memorial but right now, these are 2 different persons.

Added by Patty McGinty on Jul 18, 2014 4:26 PM

Mrs. Luther Davis
RE: Luther Davis, Jr
Thank you so much for everything. You have done a great job with photo's etc.

Added by Mrs. Luther Davis on Jul 15, 2014 12:13 AM

Wilton Hudgens
Edmond "Tobe" Edwards
Hello there,

Thank you very much for the transfers of "Tobe" and Josephine (Richey) Edwards. I appreciate it.

Wilton Hudgens

Added by Wilton Hudgens on Jul 11, 2014 11:47 AM

Keitha Jenkins Kirk
RE: BU: Burial Unknown
Yes, I know what Find A Grave is, I just didn't know what BU stood for. But now I know.


Added by Keitha Jenkins Kirk on Jul 09, 2014 3:33 PM

Julia Pechlivanos
Thank You!
Eustace Maxwell Lewis was my great-great uncle, the beloved younger brother (by two years) of my great-grandmother, Mabel Lewis Perkins Knerr (1889-1974) who died in Akron, OH. Uncle Maxie, as he was called, stepped on a nail and died of lockjaw according to the story I was told by his sister when I was a child. My nephew is his namesake - Maxwell Lewis Faulkner.

Julia Faulkner Pechlivanos
Toledo, OH

Added by Julia Pechlivanos on Jul 08, 2014 9:09 PM

Thanks for corrections request
I got your email corrections on two duplicate memorials for my great,great uncle and aunt Tom and Minnie Burnitt. I appreciate you bringing this to my attention. Notified all parties to rectify.

Added by Felicia on Jul 07, 2014 7:11 PM

Sarah Atwood Bardwell
Ted and Betty McCormic
Thank you so much for posting this about Ted & Betty McCormic. They were my backyard neighbors in Hamshire, TX in the 1960's to early 70's.

Mr. Mac (as we called him) was a survivor of the Bataan March. I recently started looking for his grave because I wanted to share this with my children and grandchildren. I know he never spoke about his military service. The "Macs" did not have children but they were wonderful for my sister and me.

Again, you provided a great service by posting this so that they are not forgotten.

Added by Sarah Atwood Bardwell on Jul 03, 2014 11:43 AM

RE: Cecil Owen
Your welcome. It is a shame that they haven't, but then some people don't know you can get one.

Added by cjgriffith on Jun 26, 2014 1:11 PM

Nora Yahl
Beulah Whannel Freet
Thanks for the heads up. I deleted my memorial for my aunt. I didn't look, thinking it was only 3 days after she passed. Two others must have been one up on me. She had a lot of good friends that will remember her. They have a good picture too which makes it better. Don't know how I got credit for her bio???

Added by Nora Yahl on Jun 25, 2014 6:21 AM

Beckie Daniels
William Daniels, Pineville, LA
Hi, Thanks for your message re William Daniels. He was my brother-in-law. I was the original poster to this cemetery. The other person had him in the wrong cemetery until I notified them. Because they posted the obit I left them as dupes. ~Beckie Daniels

Added by Beckie Daniels on Jun 24, 2014 4:28 PM

RE: Dwight Elmer
I am sorry for the mistake, I am fairly new with Find A Grave and I will be more careful. Thank you for letting me know about the mistake. I would NEVER want to do anything against the rules. Again I am so sorry! Mona

Added by Mona on Jun 24, 2014 1:07 AM

William Foley
RE: Edward Stracener
I have another one in a different cemetery that I own so please let me know how to handle multiple, in different cemeteries, memorials.

Added by William Foley on Jun 23, 2014 7:10 PM

Sherri Buete
Emma Crosson Tipper
You can see the family tree data for her at my website:

If you are not willing to transfer the memorial, please make the following updates:

Father: 31740115
Mother: 121842201

Added by Sherri Buete on Jun 23, 2014 2:44 PM

Joseph Mann
RE: Jeanne Marie Joyner
You're very welcome. I am glad I could have been of help.


Added by Joseph Mann on Jun 21, 2014 5:20 AM

Liz Brown
Murray Snell
So sorry about sending you the correction for the marriage date. Somehow I overlooked the b. my mistake. Thanks for all the work you've done on my families memorials. Have a good weekend.

Added by Liz Brown on Jun 20, 2014 10:20 PM

Yankee Magnolia
Thank You!
Thank you for leaving tokens for all those buried today in the remembrance ceremony at Rural Hill Cemetery. That must have taken a lot of time and it is much appreciated.

Added by Yankee Magnolia on Jun 20, 2014 8:04 PM

William Foley
RE: William Rudisill
if it helps, here's the 1880 census (which supports the 1869 birth year)

1880 United States Federal Census
about Wm. G. Rudicil

Wm. G. Rudicil


Birth Year:
abt 1869


Home in 1880:
5th and 6th Ward, Vernon, Louisiana



Relation to Head of House:

Marital Status:

Father's Name:
Joseph Rudicil

Father's Birthplace:

Mother's name:
Miranda Rudicil

Mother's Birthplace:

View others on page

At Home

Cannot read/write:


Deaf and Dumb:

Otherwise disabled:

Idiotic or insane:

View image

Household Members:



Joseph Rudicil 30
Miranda Rudicil 35
Wm. G. Rudicil 11
James O. Rudicil 10
Joseph Rudicil 8

Added by William Foley on Jun 15, 2014 4:33 PM

Polly Terry Day
Susannah Chipley Finley
TO: SFC USA RET Duffie & Kathy
Hello, My name is Polly Terry Day. I am interested in getting some information on Susannah Chipley Finley, who is buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Chestnut, Louisiana. She is my great grand aunt. I see that she lists her father's (John C. Chipley) birthplace as Poland, Maine. John Chipley is my 2nd great grandfather. I am in the process of gathering information on his descendants and trying to prove when he was born and where he was born. I checked on the Louisiana Vital Records, and they don't have a death certificate for Susannah. I'm just wondering where the info for John Chipley's place of birth came from. Also wondering if you know any way that I could find out what church handled her funeral and possibly they have records in their church.Or if there are any living relatives of Susannah that I could contact. I realize this is a long shot but thought it was worth a try. I am a member of Find A Grave, #481987780. Any help you could provide would be much appreciated.

Added by Polly Terry Day on Jun 15, 2014 1:24 PM

Cheryl Hall
RE: Sgt Max B. Hill
Your very welcome!

Added by Cheryl Hall on Jun 15, 2014 10:27 AM

Gregory Robinson
RE: Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery

That is NOT what I am saying. Perhaps I will change the wording in the future so it will be more clear what I mean. There are over 33,000 memorials here to photograph and the only way it makes sense is to photograph one section at a time. I will take all of the pictures in that section, then upload them over the course of time. The grass grows very quickly out here, and the memorials are placed low in the ground so the lawn mower blades don't hit the stone. It doesn't take long before the grass "creeps in" over the stone and starts to hide the verbiage, especially at the bottom of the stone. The top words generally start low enough on the stone that you can still read the name. The bottom, which usually has a nice epitaph (such as, He was a good man, etc….) becomes lost and hard to read. I like to type the inscriptions on my memorials, and my point was that if you couldn't read the bottom text, please ask, and someone would bring a pair of scissors out to trim around the stone nicely. The "lawn" is ALWAYS cut and groomed extremely well, the weed eating that is done around the stone doesn't happen fast enough for my liking, which is why I said what I said. My grandparents are both in this cemetery, and it is a beautiful place, please don't misread what I said to assume it's anything other than that. If you have family here, please know I'm not trying to discredit this cemetery, it's just hard for the staff to work faster than the grass can grow.



Added by Gregory Robinson on Jun 14, 2014 3:29 PM

Lee Manning
RE: Lucille Crosby
Her maiden name was Bradford, but have not looked up her parents names.
Thanks, Lee

Added by Lee Manning on Jun 14, 2014 6:21 AM

Sheryl Wise
Re: Transfers
Thanks so much for making the transfers!

Sheryl Wise

Added by Sheryl Wise on Jun 13, 2014 8:40 PM

Mary Sirratt
Emily Fee McDaniel, Union Hill cemetery in Rapides Parish in LA
I tried to update inf. for my Grandmother about her family and mistakenly entered the wrong inf.and can't delete incorrect inf. and add correct information. Parents should be Ruben Fee
1851-1945 and Matilda Strother Fee 1864 - 1930.
Any help or suggestions are appreciated.
Thanks, Mary

Added by Mary Sirratt on Jun 13, 2014 9:41 AM


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