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Donna Sutiff (#46786711)
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Bio Photo I am retired and live in the Texas Panhandle. I have been putting bio's and flowers on memorials for over six years, and when I couldn't find my grandparents, I decided I would add Memorials and put a voice to my families, I don't want them to be forgotten.
This is a picture of my parents, they were Helen Elaine Lott and Steve William Lanning, they were born in 1918.
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Marta Walton Hanks
RE: Lott
I will send you a copy. Text me your address. My # is 325 669-3981. It will take me a little time to copy but I will get it to you.

Uncle Dale passed away March 29, 2012. I have a link below that has an article about him.
Added by Marta Walton Hanks on Mar 15, 2015 10:03 PM
Marta Walton Hanks
RE: Winfred

I was looking on my records and I show Samuel Tipton Minor's parents as Matilda Boyd and Rufus Minor. Is this incorrect.

Added by Marta Walton Hanks on Mar 12, 2015 9:50 PM
Marta Walton Hanks
RE: Winfred
Yes I am related to Dale Walton. He is my uncle. (Daddy's brother) My daddy was Wayland Boyce Walton. When daddy passed away I became interested in searching out the family. Thank you for the information you sent in the correspondence. It's been a while since I have had time to do very much research but I would be glad to share anything I have that you might be looking for. Anything you have would be greatly appreciated. I have a copy of a book that Uncle Dale put together for the family. Would you like a copy? Marta Hanks
Added by Marta Walton Hanks on Mar 12, 2015 9:37 PM
Melinda Cash
Flowers for memorials
Hi Donna,

I've noticed you are adding such beautiful flowers to the memorials at Lone Mountain Cemetery in Carson City, NV. Can I find out from you where you are finding these?
Added by Melinda Cash on Mar 03, 2015 10:47 AM
Kenny and Nita
Jemima Young Pannell
Donna; Greetings I share the same gggggrandmother as you in Jemima Pannell. I live in Mississippi just a few miles from the cementary where she is buried. My question is do you have any idea who her mother might have been? Her father was John Young and I think he may have married an Elizabeth Pannell? But cant seem to
find much about her if in fact that was whom he married. Hope you can help. Thanks in advance. Kenny Davis
Added by Kenny and Nita on Feb 28, 2015 9:00 AM
Perry, William, Cecilia Lewis
I prefer not to transfer at this time, I will gladly add links and a bio if you will forward them to me.
Added by LKat on Jan 20, 2015 3:28 PM
Bulls in Woodland
Would you like me to transfer the Bull's I made memorials for to you. I am not related to anyone in Woodland
Added by RWM on Jan 20, 2015 6:52 AM
terry smith
RE: rice newnham
we don't know what happened to her husband. the best I cant figure on Roberta is she died around 1892 her son James went to live with his aunt Margret when he was five I cant not find any death records on her or her husband. The newnhams wont talk about it and when my mother would ask her mother she would not give her any answer, none of her family would. the Newnhams pretty much disowned James for what ever reason. Nancy Roberta's mother didn't die until 1927 my mother was born in 1921 said she never met her or any of the other family except for Margret. My question threw the years why would you disown a 5 year old child.
Added by terry smith on Jan 05, 2015 7:18 AM
terry smith
rice newnham
to bad they left out his oldest daughter Roberta j.newnham smith and his sons
Added by terry smith on Jan 01, 2015 9:04 AM
Melinda Cash
RE: Newnham's
Hi, Donna right now I am adding all the cemetery records files. Eventually I hope to do more research in the community to recover as much missing information as possible. I believe this family plot is in the masonic section of the cemetery. Since I'm a member of IOES I hoping the masons will eventually let me look at their records to help fill in the blanks. If the cemetery records indicate six persons buried in this family plot and the plot has this name then with luck maybe I will eventually be able to fill in the rest of the information. I can't begin to tell you how many family plots I walk by that have no name at all. I feel so bad that I can't help identify who is there. There are many plots and graves in our cemetery with no headstones. I believe many have been stolen. Anyway, like I said, I'm just transferring the cemetery records at the moment and help to build on this information in the future. Thank you for all your help on this.
Added by Melinda Cash on Dec 25, 2014 11:20 PM
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