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|TLH||RE: Maryette Adams|
You're welcome. I have the obituary for Dr. Chace. If you'd like, I could send it to you.
Added by TLH on May 15, 2015 8:50 AM
|CF Wag3||Hugh Saum 1870-1943|
You Have linked Irving R Saum and Hugh H Saum to Hugh Saum 1870-1943 of Edinburg Va. I think you are looking for Hugh Harris Saum 1859-1890 Burial 14 Mar 1890 in The District of Columbia. He was married Nov 10, 1886 to Ernestinea Quesenberry.
Added by CF Wag3 on May 01, 2015 7:32 PM
|Sue Hersman||RE: Evelyn M. Yeatman Blick|
Thanks but we do have it. Keep up the good work. Curious as to the interest in the Blicks. I see you're on some of the other kin too.
|Sue Hersman||Evelyn M. Yeatman Blick|
Dates for both birth and death are correct and where she is buried. However, the family would appreciate it if you would change the following - she was not born in Washington, DC but in HAYMARKET, VIRGINIA. And she died not in Bethesda, Maryland but in KENSINGTON, MARYLAND, MONTGOMERY COUNTY. We appreciate all the work you do. This was my grandmother. Sue
|W. Warder||For you -|
I can take no credit for the bios!
Abram & Laura Lisner photos
I have been away... and just returned to find your find-a-grave photos for Abram and Laura Lisner grave site.
I can not thank you enough for taking the time to take these lovely photographs, and for writing such a thoughtful and much more accurate... biography. I was privileged to grow up in his summer home in NH, and learned these quiet people had no children. Knowing this, I have done a bit of research on them so they wouldn't be forgotten.
The Lisners were amazing philanthropists and active citizens who devoted themselves to fostering the arts, education, health and well being of others in the city they loved, DC.
I love the simplicity of their crypt. Stunning.
|W. Warder||RE: A.S.C.M.P.|
Fantastic to have a new resource. Thanks for sharing tricks of the trade with me!
|Paul Hays||Edits for Xenophon H Price|
Thanks for the suggestions. I gladly incorporate additional information in memorials, when reliable sources are provided. All too often in my experience, data submitted via F/Gís 'automated' suggestion system is inaccurate, and sometimes even conflicting. I therefore now ask that each correction/suggestion be submitted with evidence supporting the proposed change, by using the Suggest any other correction or addition option under the memorialís Edit tab. Edits remaining undocumented after two days will be declined.
|W. Warder||RE: Alys St. Clair Milburn Price|
Out of curiosity, how in the heck did you find her?
Thanks a million for your help!
|W. Warder||Virginia St. Clair Milburn Trapnell # 128290720|
Oh, my - you like mysteries?
I don't know how much you know about the Milburn Family in Glenwood Cemetery, DC.
You made some of the memorials for them.
I fulfilled a photo request for one of them and photographed the whole plot. I have a marker that I have no information on. I can't find the name in the internment records in the burial cards by name or in the interment records by date.
I searched obits in the Washington Post and on Genealogybank to no avail.
The stone reads:
A. St. Clair Chevrier
It is in the Minburn plot. Argh! I am going crazy!
A few other people have created memorials for family members in the plot so I can ask them if you are not interested.
Let me know.
Thank you for providing the links for Elizabeth McCormick's parents. Please let me know if you would like to maintain her memorial as she is not part of my family.
Your help is appreciated,
Added by Margaret on Apr 17, 2015 6:21 AM
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