|Mary Catherine (#46874891)|
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Have loved hearing family stories all of my life. I have done genealogy since I was 16. I am very thankful to those who have helped me along the way in my search for family members and I gladly help others in their search. It's to me a feeling of contribution-of getting the job done and done well in finding our ancestors thus finding who we are.|
I dedicate my small contribution to those who have gone before me as well as those present and future family members.
Anyone wishing help in the Clarksville, Tn. area, please contact me and I'll gladly help all I can. There are those of you who have gladly helped me and for that I'll be eternally grateful.
Don't forget to pay forward. Thank you to all of you whom have paid forward and are still doing so.
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|Hochi||RE: John Allen Smith, Jr.|
Bio has been added. Please use the edit tab in the future.
Added by Hochi on Jul 24, 2016 5:18 AM
|Tom Kuhn||RE: Marie Pezant Aveilhe #87978890|
Thanks for your reply. You said you had info on who was buried in those two graves..Soooooo. Is there more than one person in each grave, for example a husband and wife in each?
Added by Tom Kuhn on Jun 14, 2016 9:34 PM
|Tom Kuhn||Marie Pezant Aveilhe #87978890|
Mary Catherine, Just my observations. I visited Saint Mary Cemetery last Sunday. Looking at the photo for Mem#21453991, you will notice actually three graves. There is only one name marked on top of each grave --- no further information. The middle grave is marked "JOHN L. PEZANT". On the left grave is marked "CAY". I believe this is John's daughter, Ursula Artimis Pezant Cay, Mem#21454213. She married John Eugene Cay, Mem#21454078.
Now, on the right grave is marked "AVEILHE". This MAY be another daughter of John Pezant, Marie, married to Peter Augustus Aveilhe Sr. Mem#120463981[sic] and died nine years before him. I have not found any other memorial claiming that grave. I will be there again on Sunday, if you would like for me to check on anything further with this.
I have no personal interest in these names. I just go to this church when I am in town and since I just joined Find A Grave, I checked to see if anyone wanted any information from there.
Added by Tom Kuhn on Jun 13, 2016 10:40 PM
|Hochi||RE: Marilynn Shanks Higdon|
Bio has been added for Marilynn Higdon.
Added by Hochi on Jun 08, 2016 4:19 AM
|Andy||RE: James Alexander Shanks|
please go to her memorial, add him in the father field under the edit tab, which will send me a request. All I have to do his accept the request and it will be complete. thanks!
Added by Andy on Jun 05, 2016 9:52 PM
|Candace Smith||Kate Cleary Broderick|
There appears to be two Kate C Brodericks listed. The one who is the daughter of William John and Julia Kaiser is buried in the plot with them. You have attached them to a Kate Broderick who is buried in Bonaventure. The date of birth is the same but the date of death is different. C J Smith
|Ancestral Sleuth||SGT Edgar Zetrouer|
There are duplicate memorials for SGT Zetrouer, with different cemeteries listed. I see you took the photo of his headstone, and was wondering which cemetery he is actually buried at. He is a distant cousin of mine and I would like to visit his gravesite. Which cemetery is he buried at? I look forward to your reply.
~HMC Debbie Zimmermann, USN, retired
|Paula Williamson||RE: John Morris Harmon|
Here they are. The graves are as follows:
1. Jenny Rose Harmon Keebler, 1976-2015.
2. Beloved Husband and Father John Joseph Harmon, Nov. 19, 1906-dec. 25, 1980.
3. Rosemary Burke wife of J. Joseph Harmon, Aug. 26, 1909- Sept. 8, 1972.
4. Mother, Letha Ryle Harmon, Feb. 22, 1896-Aug. 24, 1987.
5. Father, John Morris Harmon, Spt. 1, 1886-Oct. 4, 1954.
6. John Morris Harmon, Jr., Georgia, AS USNR, World War II, July 15, 1927-March 12, 1965.
|Paula Williamson||RE: John Morris Harmon|
My pleasure. There are approximately 6 markers in the same lot. If you would like me to transcribe them for you, please let me know.
|Pamela Ward Howard||RE: Washington Cemetery|
Directly no. My mother's sister's husband married Mary Billing Washington Robinson after Aunt Jean's death. Got into this line as Aunt Mary Washinton Robinson Holley's son died the end of Nov. Nelson Winthrop Robinson.
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