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***PROOF FOR EDITS ARE REQUIRED!
If I don't provide a source, another person will come along and demand that I change it to something else. With documentation, no one can do so. Therefore, I always ask for a source to verify the change.
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In the event of my disability or death, my memorials should be transferred to my son, Ted Harris, Contributor #46995146. Do not contact him now.
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|George Thomas||Avener Holt - FAG 33424341|
I duplicated Avener Holt Find A Grave entry. I will remove this entry. Thought you might be interested in his obituary. Should have doubled checked.
Dec. 3, 1925
Death: Apr. 17, 1945, Philippines
AVENER HOLT KILLED IN ACTION. PVT Avener W. Holt, 19, son of Mr. Joe Holt of the Corn House Creek Community, has been killed in battle, his parents were advised in a War Department message received last Friday. The young soldier lost his life in the invasion of Negros Island in the Philippines on April 17th. He was one of the county's most promising and highly regarded young men and the news of his death has brought, deep sorrow to a wide circle of friends. A graduate of St. George High School in the class of 1943 he enlisted in a paratroop unit of the Infantry in February 1944. In the rigid paratroop examination he stood 7th in a group of more than 700 men. He received his training at Fort Benning and had been overseas but two months when he lost his life in the service of his country.
Charlton County Herald, Folkston, GA - Friday, May 11, 1945
|ViReMa||RE: Bass Triplets|
Winnette, Please disregard my request. My intentions were not to upset you or affect you in anyway. I was merely trying to find a way so the index would show these memorials correctly. Thank you for all your help.
Added by ViReMa on Aug 20, 2014 2:10 PM
|Joye Woodall||Leroy Harold Bass #4200953|
Leroy Harold Bass # 4200953.
Had no way of contacting you, due to no email, so had to post. You sent message for me. Find A Grave request for merging has already been made. Florida Death and Marriage record shows name as Leroy Harold Bass. He was my first cousin. How are you kin? Send email email@example.com.
|Charlene Zeigler Taylor||Transfers|
Thank you for the transfers of John J & Elizabeth Register Spell! Very awesome indeed!
Have a blessed day!
I think you took care of that, I went thru the emails and I think you declined them. So sorry! Rob
Hello, very sorry for the edits, apparently my son was messing with my laptop and sent some edits without my knowledge. I have spoken to him about this and it won't happen again. He will not send any more edits to you. Just was trying to teach him to do this so when I die he can take over.
I got a better photo for Ariel Gandy.
Added by Hochi on Aug 17, 2014 5:58 AM
|Shirley West Gotsch||RE: William P. McClamma|
This record refers to his father, William , who married Mary West. I tried to give you a sequential documentation. His father went on to serve in the Mexican war and died in 1847 in Vera Cruz, thus the court documentation providing for his children for his service. Their mother had died before William Sr. Went to Mexico. William Sr must be buried in Vera Cruz , but have no source. Mary West McClamma is buried in Madison County FL, again no grave or source. BTW William P' s daughter Ella is buried in Sunset Cemetery, Lowndes, GA. under the name Ella Varn, old gravestone, difficult to read, died 1893 (?).
Hope I haven't confused the issue, let me know. Glad you are back to normal after your injuries earlier this year.
|Anonymous||RE: Transfer - William Bass|
You're very welcome - always glad to help.
Duplicate has been deleted.
Added by Hochi on Aug 13, 2014 4:15 PM
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