|PK JOY (#46790294)|
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|I started doing family research to find out more about my Great Grandfather that I never knew, it has been exciting to find out more about him and to find living relatives. Most of the graves that I have entered are my family if you have any questions or comments please feel free to email me!|
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|Susan and Jason Fletcher||Wlliam Albert Stark|
Hello, I noticed that you have a great photo of William on his memorial page. I'm wondering if you are related to him? He was my great grand uncle, his brother John P. Stark was my paternal great grandfather.
|Jean Bower||RE: Elijah Wingo 69691584|
Thanks for sending the information; I've updated his memorial.
|Viv Stewart||Memorial #97184565 Roda Doan Hardin|
You posted Grave Memorial# 97184565, Roda Doan Hardin, spouse of William Davis Hardin. Do you know if Roda had a brother, Lewis Doan? I am trying to prove Lewis' father was Benjamin Doan. (I am not related, just trying to help someone else.) Thank you for your assistance.
Could you send me a copy of the picture of Hezekiah, I'm assuming it is a croping of a family photo that you have
|Michael Rietdorf||Elizabeth Hardin (Lizzie)|
She is my Grandmother, that raised me from the time that I was 3yrs old.
|LYoung||RE: Melinda Ringo|
Yes, I too think it is sad when I find someone who does not have a marker. If there is not a marker, it is so hard to find where someone is buried. I was grateful that the cemetery had the burial records, so I could at least find the location of her lot and verify that there was no marker. I have searched a lot of cemeteries, and a great many of the older cemeteries do not have accurate burial records.
Added by LYoung on Sep 10, 2012 6:15 PM
I just wanted to say Thank you for your additions to their memorials
I also meant to add a thank you to that post for the transfer.
|ragnsquest||RE: Rebecca Wilson|
Are you a member of Ancestry.com? You could go look at my tree there if you are. She was born Rebecca Griggs in Ripley, Tennessee, married George Kelley Wilson (who was also born in Ripley) They moved from Tennesse (where their first 4 children were born) to Wisconsin (where there next 6 children were born) and then to Indiana (where their last two children were born) and that is where my Grandmother Rebecca died. Grandpa Wilson moved on to Phoenix, Arizona with his family and eventually remarried having one more child with his second wife Allie. As far as I know we don't have any other relatives in that area. I think they left Indiana shortly after my grandmother died. Hope this helps.
|Diana Roberts Young||McCreary|
You are welcome
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