|Deanna||Billy D. Stump Sr. 49400675|
Please transfer my grandfather to me.
Added by Deanna on Jan 11, 2016 8:04 PM
I was wondering what happen to leon turner he don't post nothing on his wife grave any more and he posted for years thanks
|Genealogy Lover||Marler Family|
Marionville IOOF Cemetery, Marionville, Lawrence, MO
I am working on updating this cemetery on FindaGrave, utilizing the 1987 Lawrence County Transcription Book.
As I add a new memorials I try to find information about that person, and hopefully to be able to link to parents, spouse, etc.
Are the following your people?
Loretta D. Marler 1901-1922
William Leroy Marler 1924-1926
If so, do you have information on them? Or would you like to have their memorials transferred to you?
|Gloria Simpson||RE: 75069789|
I simply assumed it was another Thornton so I will delete my memorial. Did you know that both his birth and death certificate are on line at http://genealogy.az.gov/ if you care to look at them.
|Sharla||RE: Hettie Francine Wilson Thornton|
You are most welcome!
Added by Sharla on Sep 29, 2013 1:17 PM
Rick was the father of Robin, my daughter-in-law.I am puzzled by the message that you left. "My mom and daddy's child. His mom was Vera and dad James. Most curious. Toni
Added by Toni on Aug 30, 2013 4:37 PM
|Mark and Kay||Marler|
Good Morning Rosemary, No we are not related to the Marler's we added their memorials when we were photographing others on that family plot. Are you a relative?
|Sharla||RE: Buster James|
Transferred Buster & Bret to you because of relationship. I am not related. I prefer my memorials be taken care of by family........
God Bless You,
Added by Sharla on Apr 17, 2011 2:36 PM
|Annette Shaw||RE: Martha Ann Mahulda Marler|
Sorry no relation. Glad to transfer ownership if this is your family. :)
|Jerry C. Goldsmith||Thornton|
I will be returning to the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona next week. I will take a photo of your Uncle Thornton's marker at that time.
I am glad you enjoyed the photo of your Uncle Smith's marker. It is always a pleasure to take a photo of a veteran's marker.
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