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"A Tribute To Memories" - Diana Hanner Bolain (#46608475)
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I have been working on family tree information for both my husband and myself since 2000. This has become a great hobby of mine. Since finding the Find A Grave web site I have realized just how much information there was available. I have decided to record families, friends and pay tribute to others in hopes of preserveing memories for future generations to come. This has become very rewarding and I have seen some very old and beautiful grave stones. I have gotten into the habit of visiting my past memories and have found that I like it there. Our families include the surnames of Bolain, McCool, Ford, Hanner, Shannon, Woodin, England, Cruzan, Wight, Mitchell, Easley, Chism, Browers, and Lyon. I hope what information I record will be of help to those in search of their family history. If I can be of any help to anyone, please let me know.
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Linda Crawford
Find a Grave # 126369814
I would like to have you transfer this find a grave # to me. My find a grave number is 48359479. She is my Mother.Thanks, Linda Crawford
Added by Linda Crawford on Nov 11, 2014 7:19 AM
Lleeah
RE: Photo Request at Ft. Snelling National Cemetery
You're very welcome. Requests made at this cemetery do not stay up long. They are usually claimed within minutes and fulfilled within the week by a handful of excellent photographers. I'm happy to do my part to honor our soldiers.
Added by Lleeah on Oct 27, 2014 3:08 PM
DON KUDLEWSKI
RE: Margaret Kudlewski
Thank you very much, DON
Added by DON KUDLEWSKI on Oct 26, 2014 5:55 PM
DON KUDLEWSKI
Margaret Kudlewski
Thank you for posting the information about my wife, Marge. I don't know how you published this on Oct. 12 when she didn't pass away untill the 13th!

Could you please transfer management of this memorial to me as I have all her other family connected.

Thank you for putting her on Find a Grave, I was quite surprised to find it already listed when I was about to put the information in.

Thanks, DON
Added by DON KUDLEWSKI on Oct 26, 2014 9:38 AM
Remona
Taylor Allen
Thanks so much for transferring Taylor Allen to me.
Added by Remona on Oct 20, 2014 7:39 PM
Lleeah
Fort Snelling requests
Hi, I claimed your photo requests and am hoping there are headstones placed since I'm going tomorrow. I'll be letting you know if either is not in yet. Crossing fingers!
Added by Lleeah on Oct 20, 2014 6:35 PM
Remona
Tylor P. Allen
Would you please transfer this to me as he is a brother to my grandmother. Thanks, Remona
Added by Remona on Oct 19, 2014 9:49 PM
Carol Lynn White
Elmyra
Perhaps there is a death certificate somewhere for this baby.

My email is carolynnwhite@ymail.com.

I also sent you a note about Donald's grave.

Carol Lynn

Added by Carol Lynn White on Oct 16, 2014 3:49 PM
Carol Lynn White
Elmyra "Myra" Hanner
Myra was my 1st cousin through the Sarvis line. I noticed in the 1900 census, that she was the mother of 2 children, only 1 living. I am estimating this child was born between 1896 to 1900, dying also during this timeframe. I have not found any information on this child. Are you aware of any?

Thanks,
Carol Lynn White
Added by Carol Lynn White on Oct 15, 2014 3:58 PM
James P. Harter
RE: Fayetteville National Cemetery
You are welcome Diana, and if you would send me your e-mail address I would send the photos to you for your files.
Added by James P. Harter on Oct 09, 2014 12:22 PM
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