|C. J. Hinds (#46797541)|
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I was born in San Diego, Cal May 5, 1932. Lived in El Cajon, Cal until 1945, moved with my parents to Arkansas, then we moved to Wichita, Kansas, my parents Clemons & Myrtle Reed (Smith) lived there until their death. I have been working on both sides of the family trying to put it all together. I'm needing more information on my great grandfather Thomas J. Reed, he married Electa Robertson in Sullivan, Ind.His son Alva L. Reed was my grandfather.Any information would be helpful.Found out, they were both buried in Nebraska in Sheridan County at Fair View Cemetery|
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|Leon Barton||Roger Gaskill|
Roger Gaskill has been linked to his parents. You are welcome and have a great day.
|Jenny Narbut||RE: Clara A Keys Matthews|
I'm Virginia, Claras oldest daughter. I wrote the obit for my mother, Clara.Thank you both for doing this, it helps since Mom passed away right before Easter. Nice to meet you.Jenny
|Jenny Narbut||Clara A Keys Matthews|
C.J. Thank you from my family for putting on my mothers info. It is perfect and very beautiful. My mother loved springtime with Easter and Mothers Day. Thank you so very much for honoring her memory for our family, and her and dad are sadly missed.
My father's sister married Ramona's father's brother, so I am not really a relative. However, I have been researching the Welch family for my family tree.
Regarding your memorial:
(1)Ramona Welch Nichols is not buried in Bogalusa Cemetery. She is buried in Ponemah Cemetery in Bogalusa. Memorial #87994504 has a picture of her headstone, but it is a later entry than your memeorial.
(2) She was not born in Bogalusa, Louisana. She was born April 7, 1935 in Collins, Covington County, Mississippi as shown on her death record and her headstone.
(3) She did not die March 25, 1978. She died March 23, 1978 as shown on her death record and her headstone. She died in the community of Sellerstown, Columbus County, North Carolina about seven miles from the County Seat of Whiteville. Find A Grave does not list Sellerstown as a choice for Columbus County, North Carolina, and her death record shows Whiteville. Would you add to her biography "Died in the Sellerstown community about seven miles from Whiteville, North Carolina", please?
(4) Her middle name, Gay, is listed on her death record. Would you add that, please?
(5) Her mother was indeed Elsie Welch, but not the Elsie Mae Welch with whom you have her linked. Her mother, Elsie Welch, Memorial #87994502 and her father, Edwin Welch, Memorial #87994501 are both buried in Ponemah Cemetery.
Would you add the parental links, please? Her parents are listed on her death record and Ramona appears on the 1940 Census for Bogalusa as their daughter.
She was married to Rev. Robert F. (Franklin) Nichols, and to the best of knowledge the spouse link is correct Memorial #87994502
|J Spencer||Re:Elaine Coffey|
Thanks for adding the info. Just want to help make her page complete. God Bless.
|Wes T.||RE: Waite Pigeon marker|
You're quite welcome! It is an obscure cemetery for sure.
Added by Wes T. on Mar 11, 2014 9:33 AM
|Mom to angels Bo and Chris||Thank you!|
Thanks for giving me the links to Mr Perry's father and mother. I appreciate it...I haven't had a lot of spare time to work on findagrave lately, but hopefully now that I have a new computer and with grandchildren in school..I can get more done! Today is a bad weather day...but I did get the links added to his memorial. Thanks again! Cecile
|Louis Roth||RE: James Davis Marker|
what are the death dates for the person you are searching for?
|Wes T.||Molly Fields Cemetery OK|
In case you were wondering, the source on those edits I have put in (mainly plot numbers) -- is the book "Our People And Where They Rest: A Visit to 104 Old Cemeteries in Eastern Oklahoma," James W. Tyner, Maxine Tyner and Alice Tyner Timmons, American Indian Institute, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK. 1970-1985, (Library of Congress No. QE99-C5-T97) There wasn't a place for me to put that in the edit form.
Thanks for all your help! Best wishes.
Added by Wes T. on Jan 28, 2014 9:27 AM
|V. Blankenship||RE: Blankinship Blanketship?|
CJ, You can email me at email@example.com.
I know some family that were Blankinship's from that area. In facr one of my cousins who spelled her name as Blankenship married a Blankinship. I have where the two lines intersected. Both sides at one point were also related to same relatives way back in different spots. Vicky
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