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Johnny (#47728023)
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Barbara L. Kirkland
Memorials
Johnny...you are a sweetheart. I wish all contributors could be as thoughtful and respectful as you.

God Bless you too.

Barbara Kirkland

Added by Barbara L. Kirkland on Jul 30, 2014 3:52 PM

Anonymous
RE: Dorothy P. Waters


Johnny,

I called Evergreen Cemetery and got the information you needed:
John and Hattie Pearson - Section 9, Lot 824

Marion D. Pearson - Same as above, at the head   of Hattie's grave.

Samuel C. Hayes - Section CW, Lot N 1/2. She
said there was a marker.

If you have time, I would appreciate any pictures you can send.

Thanks,
Jane

Added by Anonymous on Jul 30, 2014 9:27 AM

Robin Knowles Miner
98956657 Alice Ann Lamb
Her maiden name was Jones. Don't know her parents.
This was found in the Marriage Registration below:

Florida, Marriages, 1837-1974
I.E. Lamb
birth: 1881
marriage: 26 August 1914, Jacksonville, Duval, Fl
spouse: Alice A. Jones

Isaac was a very distant cousin.
Many thanks for your hard work and for listing your friend's grave - what a memorial to a fine young man! Thanks for sharing his story,

Robin in Alabama

Added by Robin Knowles Miner on Jul 29, 2014 9:00 AM

Anonymous
RE: Dorothy P. Waters
Johnny,

It is Dorothy Hayes Waters.

Jane

Added by Anonymous on Jul 28, 2014 11:49 AM

Anonymous
RE: Dorothy P. Waters
Johnny,

Ida Hayes is Dorothy's mother. Do you need more information?

Jane

Added by Anonymous on Jul 28, 2014 10:22 AM

Anonymous
RE: Dorothy P. Waters
Johnny,

You are a Godsend. Thanks for all the information. I will contact Evergreen and begin a new plan.

Thanks for the fastest reply I have ever had.

Jane

Added by Anonymous on Jul 28, 2014 10:12 AM

Anonymous
Dorothy P. Waters
Johnny,

Thank you so much for the time and quickness you sent the pictures. I really appreciate it.

I am also looking for: Marion Pearson
Ida and Sam Hayes
John Marion and Hattie Pearson
Eugene D. Hayes


They are all buried together in Evergreen Cemetery. I would also like these photos, if you have the time.

Again, thank you for helping me with my genealogy.


Jane

Added by Anonymous on Jul 28, 2014 9:18 AM

LMiller79
RE: Thank you.
Hello Johnny,

You're so welcome. I'm a little bit late discovering this site. It meant so much to me seeing my family on here. I do not get to go over to the cemetery as much as I'd like, so seeing this was wonderful and another place I can come to.
My family is the Eddinger's (Maurice, Lucia & Maureen)...they are at Arlington Park Cemetery in Jacksonville, Fla.
Thank you again, also for welcoming me here and the help. :)

Lisa

Added by LMiller79 on Jul 27, 2014 7:28 PM

LMiller79
Thank you.
Thank you so much for adding my family to Find A Grave, along with your messages on their page. You are a wonderful person with a kind heart. Thank you again. :)

-Lisa

Added by LMiller79 on Jul 27, 2014 6:57 PM

erin cobb
RE: Barney Cobb and Mildred Hand
Thank you so much! If I find out any other information I will be sure to pass that along as well.

Added by erin cobb on Jul 25, 2014 10:10 PM

Tammy
RE: William and Hattie Eaton
Thank you for your help.
Tammy

Added by Tammy on Jul 24, 2014 2:51 PM

Donna Blair
Evergreen Cemetery
Johnny, thanks so much for filling my 3 photo requests for Oliver, Gene & Barbara Davis AND for taking care of the edits I submitted for them!

Added by Donna Blair on Jul 21, 2014 10:40 PM

Kayla Corbitt
Weybrecht Graves
Hello,

Please can you link Lorraine G Weybrecht to her husband Price W Weybrecht Jr. They are in fact married and have a son, Price W Weybrecht III my grandmother's cousin.

Thanks,

Corbitt-Weybrecht Family

Added by Kayla Corbitt on Jul 21, 2014 4:08 PM

Dick ODonnell
Photo request
Johnny -

My research is exclusively for the 508th PIR and I have been fortunate enough to receive various photos over the years from men of the 508th or from family members. The photo that you saw of Roy Stinson was actually one of many thumbnails used in a montage of the entire Company that he was a member of. I have cut and pasted all those thumbnails from the 15 companies that comprised the 508th in 1943. I was just fortunate that he appeared in the 1943 Service Company montage before he was killed a few months later; it is the only one that I have of him.

I see that Thompson was from the 7th Cavalry and suggest that you try to contact someone who was in the unit when he was or someone who is researching them. It is very possible that a similar montage, or at least group, photos were made for the men to purchase as souvenirs when he completed basic.

Sorry that I cannot do more than that for you.

Keep up the good work on Find A Grave!

Added by Dick ODonnell on Jul 18, 2014 7:52 PM

CRTM
RE: Flora Tishler Max
Yes, Flora is a cousin on more than one line. Glad you liked what I added...Carla

Added by CRTM on Jul 18, 2014 9:30 AM

David Eugene Farnsworth
RE: Memorial# 98538884 -- Charles Farnsworth
Considering how very busy you must be, I sincerely appreciate the quick response.

Also, thanks very much for the photo of Charles' headstone.

In light of the headstone, your posting on Charles's middle name LEANDER is correct -- my database was wrong.

The Geraldine Schrader, lying next to Charles, is his daughter. According to the Florida death index her middle name is Mildred.

Thanks Much,
David Farnsworth

Added by David Eugene Farnsworth on Jul 18, 2014 9:11 AM

David Eugene Farnsworth
Memorial# 98538884 -- Charles Farnsworth
Hi Johnny:

First and foremost I'd liked to THANK you for all your tireless and unselfish postings on find-A-Grave !!

Without very generous folks like you, most researchers would drown in the sea of genealogy -- especially mobility challenged people like me.

You may, however, want to change Charles Leander Farnsworth's name to Charles Lewis Farnsworth.
His father's name was Lewis Leander Farnsworth -- Charles got his dad's first name as his middle name.

Again, a giant thank you for all your excellent work !!

Added by David Eugene Farnsworth on Jul 17, 2014 7:40 PM

dharris1948
RE: John W. Fudger
Johnny,
Thanks so much for your assistance!
Donna Harris

Added by dharris1948 on Jul 16, 2014 3:01 PM

dharris1948
Katherine A E Bacon Parsons
Johnny:
I spoke with Evergreen Cemetery Office; Katherine A E Bacon Parsons IS buried in Sec F Lot 71, just above her sons, W T Parsons (d.1924)but there is no marker. There are 2 others without markers in Sec F Lot 71: John Wright Fudger & George Fudger, who are related to Cora A Fudger Parsons (d.1950) I am working on the dates and relationships of the others.
There are othere related Fudgers in Sec H.
Do I have your permission to use your photos in my Family Tree info? My Tree is NOT published on the Internet.
Thanks,
Donna H Harris

Added by dharris1948 on Jul 16, 2014 2:30 PM

Dick ODonnell
RE: Stinson marker
I am unaware of any children but he was married at the time of his death and a son when he was age 20 seems reasonable.

Added by Dick ODonnell on Jul 16, 2014 12:10 PM

Dick ODonnell
Stinson marker
Jo9hnny -

Thank you for your quick replay to my request for this photo!

Added by Dick ODonnell on Jul 16, 2014 11:57 AM

dharris1948
RE: W.T. Parsons
Hi Johnny:
Thanks for the marker pics; Apparently there were 2 Cora Parsons living in Duval County Florida; Cora A Parsons was W T Parsons' wife and apparently died in 1950; Cora E (1890-1891)was their daughter; as far as the "other Cora Parsons in section Q" - I can't place her with my family, but did find her in the 1940 & 1945 Census in a Christian Home for the aged; whereas my Cora Parsons was living with her daughter in 1940. I'm still checking...maybe the Cemetery office can help.
Donna

Added by dharris1948 on Jul 14, 2014 7:12 PM

Dennis Hitzing
RE: John Soud
Johnny- I called Evergreen Cemetery, and the lady there said he's buried in section "KW".
Her records say he died in 1994, not 1991 (as I noted on his page, #124639753). Thanks again, Dennis Hitzing

Added by Dennis Hitzing on Jul 14, 2014 8:12 AM

Dennis Hitzing
John Soud marker photo
Johnny- Thanks for the Maige marker photos you took at Evergreen Cemetery. I requested another photo at Evergreen Cemetery, the grave of my Uncle "Smokey": John Soud #124639753. If you go back to that cemetery, please take a photo of his marker. Dennis Hitzing, contributor #48315235

Added by Dennis Hitzing on Jul 14, 2014 3:45 AM

Dennis Hitzing
RE: Edgar and Lillian Maige
Johnny - Thanks for the photos. Do you remember the location of their graves?

Added by Dennis Hitzing on Jul 14, 2014 3:33 AM

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