Lucy Kimble Killam Thank you for the transfer. I haven't worked on this line too much. If I find any info. I'd be glad to share. Looks like you have done lots of work on them. Thanks for all you do for us findagravers!
Bertha Pauline Norman Patton #47069758 and #136518103 Are these two people one and the same? One record has Bertha Pauline and the other record has Pauline Bertha. After looking at the info I believe they are the same person. Can you verify this? Thanks, D
RE: Florence Currier You're welcome Allan. If you ever have the chance to visit the Old City Cemetery, especially from May thru October, it is a must see. A number of people and organizations from our fair city have turned it into what is now called a "Gravegarden". Incredible varieties of plants, trees and the number of different species of roses is unbelievable.
Florence Currier Hi Allan, I was out at Old City this morning walking the grounds and literally almost fell over her grave marker. It sits just about flush to the ground, but is in very nice condition. Sadly, hers is the only grave in that section that is marked. I did take a couple of other photos of the area that I will post to the other requests that you made. If the other Currier family members are not in that section with her, let me know and I will remove the area photos.
RE: William H. Trent # 6032166 Thanks, that would be the 3rd. Trent family bible which has disappeared over the yrs... there was one that went to or with the Spurgeon Family and has never been seen since the early 1900's; one in East TN which disappeared with the Shearer / Sherrod family and now this one.... sad that family's don't consider the idea of them being valuable genealogy material and pass them on to a library or hist. society..... Scott T. - VA
RE: William H. Trent # 6032166 Ok, thanks, as I have never met a Trent family researcher in my 40 yrs. who has ever seen that item or one like it.... but of course one item does not make solid proof in our world..lol Scott T. - VA