|Clarice Courneya (#46550274)|
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|Delila Duffy||RE: Angeline Decker-142407204|
I am sorry, but I do not have any other additional information. This seems to be a memorial that I entered off of one of the area funeral home sites (a hobby of mine). I see that another contributor 'Bob' has entered the memorial for Robert. Bob has a habit of scanning the obits and picks and chooses the information he wishes to post. Thereby leaving out pertinent info.
I think his main interest is to rack up his numbers on findagrave more than he is interested in helping with genealogy.
Sorry I could not be more helpful!!
|Bruce Aiton||RE: Howard Doran-41593436|
I posted the entire cemetery on Find a Grave in 2009. The data base is not great but is one of the more complete ones I have done.
I find Allen Doran and Mary Doddridge in the cemetery. Howard Doran with Everelda listed. but I don't find a burial record for her..
Itasca County Historical Society has a very good obit collection.
You sent an edit to have her place of death be Minnesota. I don't find her on the Minnesota death index. Was it under a different first or last name?
Added by leslie on Oct 10, 2015 3:02 PM
|Marion County Genealogical Society||RE: George Miller-39005017|
George H. Miller is buried in Lot 462, Space 1, right next to Gladys Miller Lot 462, Space 2. I cannot establish any relationship between these two, which seems really strange. I found some info on George H. Miller (Find A Grave 39005017) and have posted it to his Bio. I found Gladys & George Miller in the 1940 Federal Census living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The George Miller (spouse of Gladys) is listed as born about 1905 in Wisconsin.
Looking at the probate record of George H. Miller there is no mention of Gladys.
Looking at the above newspaper announcement of the marriage of Robert George Miller we learn he is the son of George Miller and the late Gladys Miller of Silver Springs. This is in the Ocala Star Banner February 21, 1971.
So we have a lot of information, but no proof. Hopefully you will be able to find a clue that will solve this mystery.
Cemetery Project Chairman
Hi, I had held on to him & his wife Laura, because Laura's mom, Delilah Strong Price is my 3rd great grandmother's sister... Mary Hannah, and also Lydia, both of their daughters married my gg-grandfather David Close, I descend thru Mary's daughter Missouri & David. After she passed David married Lydia's daughter Margaret.
Added by TASM on Feb 25, 2015 8:55 PM
|Bob||RE: Thomas Tibbetts, Jr. or Hoarce Bacon|
Go to Contributor Page(Not Bio). Bottom of page-"My Find A Grave Friends" - Upper right side-"Find Members" - and enter contributor # "46778782" should take you to Sue.
Added by Bob on Jan 15, 2015 1:09 PM
|Bob||Thomas Tibbetts, Jr. or Hoarce Bacon|
Send your query to Sue- member # 46778782. She may be able to help. My info came from an obituary and had no further information
Added by Bob on Jan 14, 2015 5:00 PM
|David Gruger||RE: James Burd-25668017|
I do not know where Mary Salina is buried. Her husband after James Burd died was Leon C. Soward. He is buried in section EE site 117 San Francisco National Cemetery, The Presidio. I have checked there for her but found nothing. I also checked the Auburn Cemetery where her Father Adam Reichert and Mother Christian Fisher are buried. Nothing there.
I have a bunch of pictures of Mary Salina that I could scan to you if you want them.
|Schwarz11||RE: John F. Courneya-96263437|
Let me know whenever the death date is inscribed and I will take a new photo. Or, if someone else supplies you with a new photo I will be happy to remove my old one.
|Judy and Matt Lyon||Melissa Malvina Randall Coykendall|
I just looked at your site…you must be a very amazing individual. It appears that you have helped many people. I am curious what your age would be…to be so helpful to so many makes me think you are older…but to do so much makes me think you are younger…curiosity killed the cat…silly, huh!
I was looking through my records and I have Melissa Malvina Randall buried in the Carlos Prairie Cemetery. I went there but I could not find her…I just talked to my aunt tonight & she said that she would send me some information…I don't know that it will have her burial info but it was worth a try. I have Melissa‘s death date as June 9, 1907. I will continue to hunt. Do you have John Randall as her dad & Malvina Mudge as her mother?
I have yet another question. Are we related?
Looking forward to meeting you someday.
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