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Martha Neighbors (#46624278)
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Bio Photo My name appears as the contributor, but, believe me, this is very much a group effort! Thanks to my brother Calvin Neighbors, photographer and researcher extraordinaire, my sister-in-law Oneta (Currence) Neighbors, his ever faithful assistant and co-pilot, and our family historians, Eva (Varner) Neighbors and Harold "Buss" Neighbors, AKA Mom & Dad, we have been able to compile and enter over 4,800 entries in "Find A Grave" to this point. We feel this site is such a wonderful way to memorialize those that have left us. As my Mom always says "They're just a memory away" and "Find A Grave" proves it! All feedback, good or bad, is welcome! Please note that we will not transfer any of our memorials. We are more than happy to add additional information or family links within the Find A Grave format. Remember, you don't have to own a memorial to enhance it!
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cynthia mullens
RE: Lydia Jane Currence (Memorial #11447382)
Oh, good, I'm so glad it worked out and you found her!
Thanks for the note.
Cindy
Added by cynthia mullens on Aug 01, 2014 6:48 PM
Susan Pescosolido Richardson
Robert Moyer
Thank you Martha.
Added by Susan Pescosolido Richard... on Aug 01, 2014 5:28 AM
Scott Gatze
Timanus Family
Are you related to the Timanus family that is located and the Park Wood Cemetery in Baltimore. Also do you have any further information about them? Thank you, Scott
Added by Scott Gatze on Jul 09, 2014 11:06 PM
 

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