|Bertha Avery-Hood (#46546576)|
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If you find that I've made a mistake on any information that I've entered, please let me know. I will get it corrected.
Just a doing a bit of cemetery walking around this great nation. My dad was Air Force & husband was Navy so we have seen most of these United States. We love to travel and vist with the grand kids.
It is not necessary to ask my permission to use any photos that I have added to the memorials for your family members. Please use the photos any way you'd like. I will be glad to take off any photos that I have added to your family memorials. Just hit me with a e mail
The families I am primarily researching are: Avery, Cokeley, Hood, Gurley, Randles.
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|Kay Stewart ||Leslie Ernest Elmore|
Thank you for transferring my dad to me. I have some additions. Most of all thanks for starting the process and the work you do.
|Rickey "Rick" Boult||THANK YOU|
Thank you so very much for the transfer of Dora Bolt.
Very much appreciated,
|Charles Nutt||Reason Of Death|
Glenn Harold & Bessie Faye (Wear) Ward had six children. Undoubtedly Bessie and all the children all died the same time. Do you know why?
|BD Blanchard||RE: Edwin Walter Thompson|
You are welcome.
|Robert Bryant Jarman, Sr.||Lauderdale County FAG|
I would like to invite you to join our Lauderdale county find-a-grave group. Thanks Robert
|Medtary||Thanks so much|
Thank you so much for transferring my requested records--Jens and Laura Ingwersen. I really appreciate it!
Added by Medtary on Jun 29, 2016 2:00 PM
I wonder if I might request a transfer for the page of Jens Ingwersen #133293474. He is my great grandmother's brother and I would like to connect his page to the rest of the family.
Thank you very much for creating the page and for considering this request.
Added by Medtary on Jun 26, 2016 7:18 PM
|Tree Leaf||RE: Mrs. Mollie Curless.|
You are most welcome. Thank you for your kind note.
|JL Godwin||G.H Whitehead is actually C.H. Whitehead|
Charles Henson Whitehead, Sr ... he was an engineer on the General, which was still in service after the Civil War. He made regular trips from Atlanta to Tennessee and stopped overnight in Dalton, GA where he met Olive Luken. - this info from his granddaughter Charlesey Whitehead Brown.
|Tricker||Glen Robert Witycyak|
Thank you for the info!!
Added by Tricker on May 13, 2016 5:21 PM
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