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Johnny (#47728023)
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Beatrice Bennett
RE: Thank you for visiting the memorial for Morgan Thompson
Thanks aren't necessary. I put Morgan on my Vietnam, Virt. Cem. list that I visit every day. My son served a tour in Vietnam and it's Vets are special to me.

Take care...Bea.

Added by Beatrice Bennett on Sep 30, 2014 12:00 PM

Maggie
RE: Thank you for visiting the memorial for Morgan Thompson
You're welcome, Johnny. It's such a shame :(
I added him to my tragic cemetery so unless I'm doing something that day I'll give him a flower everyday of my life.

Added by Maggie on Sep 30, 2014 11:48 AM

Rosalie
RE: William Yates
He was the 1st husband of Frances, she was married to my father's brother.
Thank you again.
Rosalie

Added by Rosalie on Sep 29, 2014 7:15 PM

Barbara Darst
Thank you
Thank you for visiting my sister and grandson's memorials.

Added by Barbara Darst on Sep 28, 2014 6:11 PM

norma thurman
RE: Thank you for visiting the memorial for Morgan Thompson
You are welcome, it was an honor to visit your loved ones.

Added by norma thurman on Sep 27, 2014 1:37 PM

Patricia Ecosta
Gabriel
Thank you for visiting the site of my son, Gabriel's grave. He was a wonderful person who took his own life at the age of 29. I will never get over this. But it is comforting to see his gravesite and know that other kind people such as yourself have visited.

Added by Patricia Ecosta on Sep 27, 2014 11:57 AM

Mac Ramsey
RE: Edward William Sineath
Hello Johnny,
You are right section R is beautiful. Again, many thanks for all your efforts on my behalf.

Mary Alice

Added by Mac Ramsey on Sep 27, 2014 7:19 AM

MHN
Giles Evans
Thank you for accepting the edits. MHN

Added by MHN on Sep 26, 2014 10:41 AM

Rosalie
William Yates
Thank you for the photo, greatly appreciated.

Added by Rosalie on Sep 26, 2014 8:39 AM

Mac Ramsey
Edward William Sineath
Thank you so much for your prompt response to my request. The stone has not weathered the elements well but I am grateful to have the photo.
Kindly, MaryAlice

Added by Mac Ramsey on Sep 26, 2014 7:11 AM

Memerizion
Re: Lipsett
Thank you soo much for the transfer and for the BEAUTIFUL photos! We appreciate it so much. :)

Added by Memerizion on Sep 25, 2014 3:24 PM

purple-lady
* My Loved Ones *
Stopping by to say thanks for UR recent visit to my Brother George [second father] & my family. Your kindness is truly appreciated & helps me to keep their memory alive.

Johnny, may you always have 'sunshiny' days filled with love, laughter & smiles!
Ruth McDonald
St.Louis, MO

Added by purple-lady on Sep 25, 2014 6:54 AM

Pixie Owens💕Huntley
RE: Thank you for visiting the memorial for Morgan Thompson
You are so very welcome, Johnny. It truly is an honor to visit beautiful Morgan. Thank You for the nice compliment too.

Hope you're having a great week.

Pixie

Added by Pixie Owens💕Hun... on Sep 24, 2014 8:42 PM

JoanB
RE: Lena Buffalow Price-Williams
It is *definitely* addictive, this genealogy bug. I don't know anything about Lena's brothers. I was only interested in her because she was the second wife of a collateral ancestor I was researching. I was able to find out tiny little scraps of information from Knox County sources -- such as the fact of their marriage -- and their sharing the same household with her parents in Knoxville during 1910. I don't remember how I found out about the stillborn child born in September of 1910, but their divorce probably followed soon after. I always wondered what happened to her.

Added by JoanB on Sep 24, 2014 3:55 PM

kentucky sweetheart ❤
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Thanks for all the visits to my baby sister. Love MaKinley Grace Treece.

Added by kentucky sweetheart d... on Sep 24, 2014 2:09 PM

Wayne L. Osborne
RE: Thank you for visiting the memorial for Morgan Thompson
You are welcome Johnny. I think the text below applies to Morgan and far to many more.
"Too many veterans gave up too much to let the meaning fade.
Many veterans came home to an America that did not care.
Too many veterans never came home at all.
They served, they died for you for me."
I will always remember, care and never let them fade from my thoughts. Morgan deserves not to be forgotten.
Best wishes to you and yours.
Wayne Osborne

Added by Wayne L. Osborne on Sep 24, 2014 12:45 PM

MRSHONIERAYEVAUGHAN!!!
RE: Thank you for visiting the memorial for Morgan Thompson
You're very welcome! Thank you so much for your kind words!

Hugs,
Honieraye'

Added by MRSHONIERAYEVAUGHAN!!! on Sep 24, 2014 1:27 AM

JoanB
RE: Lena Buffalow Price-Williams
I'm so sorry for being confused. First, thank you for your kind response. I just discovered where I made the connection between Lena Buffalow and Price-Williams. A google turned up her name, as Lena Price-Williams, next to that of her brother, Luther Haws Buffalow, on paperwork submitted to register a corporation, Buffalow Land Investment Company. On Ancestry.com I find Lena listed with Vernon Price-Williams in a directory, and I find a marriage record for the two of them in Hot Springs, Arkansas (her name is mis-transcribed on the record as Baker).

She was first married to Barclay Joshua Jones back when she and her family were living in Knoxville, TN. They divorced and she moved with her family to Florida, where she resumed her maiden name.

Again, many thanks for your patience and the wonderful contributions you make to Find A Grave.
Best,
Joan

Added by JoanB on Sep 23, 2014 5:06 PM

JoanB
Lena Buffalow Price-Williams
Hi Johnny,

I was thrilled to discover that you had recorded where Ransom Buffalow and members of his family are buried. Can you help me unravel a mystery of long-standing? Lena Buffalow -- daughter of Ransom. I know she was married to Joshua Jones in Knoxville prior to moving to Florida. They divorced and I lost all trace of her. Can you help me understand how you connected her to Vernon Price-Williams? I thought she had a stillborn child from her marriage to Josh Jones in September of 1910, which would seem to distinguish her from the L. Louise Jones who married Vernon Price-Williams in April 1910. Help?

Added by JoanB on Sep 23, 2014 4:03 PM

C💗M
RE: Thank you for visiting the memorial for Morgan Thompson
Hello Johnny: You are most welcome and I added his Memorial Link to my Bio page as well. It is sad so many lost their young lives during the wartime even today wartime. Thank you for all you do on Find A Grave and to assist so many. Blessings, C

Added by C💗M on Sep 23, 2014 3:34 PM

Deb Hanson
RE: Thank you for visiting the memorial for Morgan Thompson
You are very welcome it was my honor
Deb

Added by Deb Hanson on Sep 23, 2014 2:53 PM

DON SHARP
Katherine Parson
Johnny,
Many thanks for the quick response for my photo request. I greatly appreciate your efforts.
Don

Added by DON SHARP on Sep 23, 2014 2:47 PM

ROSE
RE: Addie McDonald Watkins
Greetings,

I think from my records that he(Angus) was born in Scotland county, North Carolina.

I think that my relatives coming from Scotland or Ireland was further back in late 1600's and early 1700's.

However, McDonalds like Douglas all have an interesting history...

Rose

Added by ROSE on Sep 23, 2014 2:42 PM

ROSE
Addie McDonald Watkins
I believe that makes us second cousins once removed...cousins for sure! Have a Blessed Day

Added by ROSE on Sep 22, 2014 2:44 PM

Beatrice Bennett
RE: Thank you!
Hi Johnny. It's always an honor to visit our Angels who have gone to live with Jesus. All the Friends on Find A Grave are so nice I only wish I could do more.
I want to thank you for the pretty tokens you left my daughter, sons and sister. I truly appreciate it.
Have a great week...Bea.

Added by Beatrice Bennett on Sep 22, 2014 7:47 AM

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