|Marsha Allen Durrance (#47062595)|
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Born & raised in Lithia Fl. I'm a Mom of 2 Daughters. I have 5 Grandchildren 5 Step Grands and 4 Great-Grandchildren. I Fish, Hunt, Snorkel, Walk the Cemeteries, and work full time. I plan to rest when I'm dead. I give all the Glory our Lord and Savior. I will be happy to transfer your family member to you. Please use the "Edit" on the memorials for transfers or corrections. Thanks & God Bless|
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|Linda Dukes||RE: Roy Lee McDonald|
John Robert McDonald that built and started the church is my GG Uncle, and his brother George Christopher McDonald is my GG Grandfather, they are both buried there, with a lot of my relatives, too many to list :-) If you are a local person maybe you know my cousin, (Norma) Gayle (Ackerman) Ham, she & her husband Lance grow strawberries in Plant City, anyway thanks!
|Donna McPherson||Mt. Enon|
I have no respect for the destruction of cemeteries in anyway. The Phosphate Mine did enough, but now vandalism. It would not pay for me to be a Judge and one come before me on these charges. They would be cleaning that cemetery for a long time. I am from Fort Meade and was taught to show respect. We used to do crazy things growing up but nothing this bad. Sorry for the problems at Mt. Enon. The people I have dealt with there do not seem to be to interested who is buried there.
|Rosa||Thank You for the transfer|
Thank you for the transfer of James Leo Toddy. When he died last year he was cremated and his ashes were kept by his widow and step-grandson. At the funeral of his widow, Joneta Toddy on Monday the grandson had his ashes placed inside the casket with his wife to be buried with her. It was a last minute decision made by the grandson and he was very close to his step-grandfather. He had been like a father to him. I think it was a good decision to keep James and Joneta together after a 38 year marriage. Now we have a final resting place for James Leo Toddy.
Thank You and Have A Wonderful Day!
Added by Rosa on Apr 12, 2016 8:37 PM
|Donna McPherson||Joshua Creek Cemetery Books|
Just wanted to let you know I will have the first set of books on the Pioneers at Joshua Creek at the Pioneer Day Festival in Arcadia Saturday from 9-3.
|Nancy Tyler Sandahl||William Purvis|
I wouldn't mind maintaining this part of the Purvis family, but was surprised it would cost $5.00.
Not all of his children are listed. Would you like to add them? If so, let me know and I will send you the info.
He is my grandfather, born 1841 in GA.
Died in 1921 following the birth of my mother Bonnie and the death of his wife Nancy (Phillips).
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you -
Nancy Tyler Sandahl
|Christy McCranie Bare||Mrs Joseph Allen|
Hey there I found an obit for your person Mrs Joseph Allen Buried at Hard Labor Cemetery. But the date is Sept 1903 not 1902 would you like a copy?