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Marianne Dial Deadmon (#16544398)
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Many years into my hobby of genealogy, I find so much important information on Find A Grave that I like to add what I can so that others will find links they can use.

My research is of Mustaine, Pittenger, Dial, Newton, Deadmon, and Burden families. Areas where these families lived include Ohio, Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Oklahoma and Mississippi.

I am happy to add links for you, or additional information, and will transfer memorials to you, using the Find A Grave guidelines.

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Sandi Cupp
RE: Lillie May (Boyles) Kirby Scott
Lillie May (Boyles) Scott is Lillie May (Boyles) Kirby. She married a Kirby 1st before Scott.
Lillian Mae (Kirby) Mahan, another "Lillie" was the dau. of Harvey Terry Kirby. Lillie (Boyle) was one of his dau-in-laws.
Added by Sandi Cupp on Jan 25, 2016 10:19 AM
Sandi Cupp
Lillie May (Boyles) Kirby Scott
There is another memorial for Lillie (1) under Kirby & (1) under Scott. That memorial # is 36799578
Added by Sandi Cupp on Jan 24, 2016 10:48 AM
Stone Seeker
John Dial
I think there is some mistake on this. Could you check please?

John Dial
Sent by: Marianne Dial Deadmon
Dec 29, 2015 4:14 PM
Spouse 1:

Spouse 1:
James O.
Added by Stone Seeker on Dec 29, 2015 5:08 PM
Clinton Slayton
Parthenia Slatton 40999833
Sorry for some confusing EDITS, I am not one to ask for xfers as long as the memorial is correct. I just interviewed the widow of Julius C Slatton Jr, and she verifies that Parthenia was a STEMBRIDGE and not a Sturbridge, as I had read it.
Added by Clinton Slayton on Nov 30, 2015 2:37 PM
Clinton Slayton
Parthenia and Julius Caesar 87444150
I realize that mem 40999537 probably represents a marker and not a burial, but I still think that showing his mother 40999833 is important on each memorial for Julius C Slatton. He is found with mother "Thena" as a STURBRIDGE in 1910 Warren co TN census, but previously and latterly always appears as SLATTON. His father did not help matters by always appearing as "Thomas" in census but was always known to the family as "Charles." I have not yet found his burial, but since Thena uses "widow" by 1900, there is never a census record that shows this family, and Julius's delayed birth cert ties this family together.
Added by Clinton Slayton on Nov 30, 2015 2:05 PM
Ada Mozelle Taylor
Sorry about the duplicate, but I can not find it. How bout send me the memorial number.
Added by EFulmer on Oct 21, 2015 9:37 PM
Don Calhoun
RE: Altus Babyland
Read this story to your husband, he will laugh.

During my senior year at AHS in 1978, I worked for an Altus bricklayer. I had a 67 Ford Galaxie 500, with a 289. One day I was feeling (adventures) and I was driving to work between Altus & Eldorado, and I floored the accelerator.

I reached about 95mph, after about 5 miles I wuz thinking, (Wuz is an Oklahoma spelling), maybe I should slow down, (what if a deer jumps out in front of me)? So I got off the gas and looked in my rear-view mirror and saw.....the blackest cloud of black smoke pouring out of the back end. For that moment on, my car burned a Quart of oil.......every 40 miles!

Is your husband laughing?
Added by Don Calhoun on Oct 06, 2015 4:38 PM
Don Calhoun
RE: Altus Babyland
Yes, Mom never knew of Patrick's grave colapsing. She died in 1996. I just talked to the cemetery staff and had it filled in real quick. Do you live in Altus? I grew up at 820 N. Hightower
Added by Don Calhoun on Oct 06, 2015 1:26 PM
Don Calhoun
RE: Altus Babyland
Nice message, Thank You for reading my brothers memorial. I wrote that, I felt guilty about him not having a word on his memorial.
Added by Don Calhoun on Oct 06, 2015 6:00 AM
Don Calhoun
Altus Babyland
I saw that you have an open photo request for Altus Babyland. I don't know "if" there is a stone there. Take a look at my brothers memorial, Patrick Allen Calhoun. Notice the lack of sones in the background. If you read his obituary, then you'll know why I said that.
Added by Don Calhoun on Oct 05, 2015 10:01 PM
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