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klassikat (#47045009)
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Mary Lou Stefanko
Marcus Brown
I just notice the plot number is on the Memorial page. Thanks again. Mary Lou Stefanko

Added by Mary Lou Stefanko on Oct 27, 2014 1:56 PM

Mr. Jean Coston
Ellen J. Johnson
Dear Klass
I think I'll create a memorial for Ellen J.
Johnson w/o any dates so a pic will have a
place to be put.
Love,
Jean

Added by Mr. Jean Coston on Oct 27, 2014 1:56 PM

Mary Lou Stefanko
RE: The Brown's - Old Tacoma
Hi, Thanks for agreeing to photo another grave marker. Marcus Brown died Jan. 13, 1893. I have no additional information about the grave site. I presumed the person who posted the Memorial would have obtained that it possible. I don't even know if his grave is marked. Marcus was my Great Grandmother's older brother. Find A Grave did add his parents and his sister at my request. Thank you for your work. Mary Lou Stefanko

Added by Mary Lou Stefanko on Oct 27, 2014 1:54 PM

Mr. Jean Coston
en ver on
Dear kless
Best two out of three wins.
Changes have been made.
Most errors are mine, but not this one.
Thank you,
Love,
jean

Added by Mr. Jean Coston on Oct 27, 2014 1:34 PM

Babydw
Miles Harvey
Thank you very much.

Added by Babydw on Oct 26, 2014 7:12 PM

Ghostdigger2
Charles & Lorraine Overmyer
Thank you for the photos. You take such beautiful pictures. I truly appreciate your time. Barb

Added by Ghostdigger2 on Oct 26, 2014 6:17 PM

Rob Wenman
Dennis Wenman
Thank you so much! Dennis was the brother I never had, having died before I was born. Ironically, if he had not died I would not have been adopted by my wonderful parents. Interestingly, my wife's uncle was born on the same day, and my mother remembered sharing the room with a lady from (Fife, WA) where her uncle was born. Years later she realized it was the same lady.

The boy who was flying the plane in the adjacent field that he wanted to play with before the car hit him, eventually grew up and was drafted into the Army and sent off to Vietnam. He had a tough time over there, and his troubles caught up with him that affected his marriage and employment. Eventually he moved out and was not to long ago found living homeless. I wonder how much seeing his childhood friend killed affected him.

I appreciate all your help and service you give to others by doing this. thanks -Rob Wenman

Added by Rob Wenman on Oct 26, 2014 4:37 PM

jane austin
Georgie B 137771878
Georgie B has been found! And you helped, whether you realized it or not.

Thanks for being here! :)

Added by jane austin on Oct 25, 2014 9:17 PM

Jan Wingo
RE: A.J. and Cary Richey
Hi!

Re: Eliza Ann Frances Richey Spillman (sometimes Spillman is spelled with one "l")

I have a copy of her Death Certificate: No. 9390 - State of Texas - Reg. Dis. No. 189; the stamped No. at the bottom of the Certificate is E720665; date the Certificate was filed is date stamped as 5 Apr 1926. One of her sons, Euclid Spillman (aka "Doc"), gave the information on the Certificate and signed as "Informant".

(I can't figure out how to "attach" it to this message board!)

The Certificate shows her date of birth as 1 April 1850 in Scotsville, KY., and her date of death to be 27 March 1926, Vickery Stop, TX. Her age at death is listed on the Certificate as 75 years, 11 months, 26 days. She died of Myocarditis. The undertaker is listed as Loudermilk-Sparkman Co. in Dallas, and her place of burial was to Cox Cemetery on 28 March 1926. Legally speaking, that should put an end to any discussion regarding which date is correct (although on Death Certificates, the information given by a survivor is only as good as their memory). The same goes for old tombstones --- the information chiseled into the stones are only as good as the information given to the person doing the work and the memory of whoever is supplying the information at that time!.

Hope this helps a little.

Jan Wingo (janneygirl@gmail.com)

Added by Jan Wingo on Jun 21, 2014 10:35 AM

Sandy Prairie
mathew Gregorich Manila American Cemetery
Hello,

I am going to Manila in September if you still need this photograph. Let me know.

Sandy Prairie
Springfield, MA
Find A Grave contributor and RAOGK volunteer

Added by Sandy Prairie on Jun 15, 2014 6:11 PM

Sherry Wilson
RE: Followup - Oscar Carpenter's wife
Awesome - thanks so much.
Sherry

Added by Sherry Wilson on Dec 09, 2013 6:22 AM

 
 

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