|Cathy Hill (#46900614)|
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Please email me if you have any issues with what I have posted. There may be incorrect information or missing information that needs to be addressed.|
Some days it is pretty darn hot (or cold or windy or too bright or....) in the cemetery and I may get in a hurry when taking photographs, so they do not always turn out like you might like them. If that is the case, please request another one!
**Kindly DO NOT POST death certificates in the photos of the memorials that I have created. All information on the death certificate is or can be listed in the biography section.
If your pictures are better than mine, by all means post them! If they are not, please do not use up the valuable space. I will even delete mine if yours are better, just ask me to check it out.
FindAGrave has been such a wonderful resource for me and my family history research. I hope you have the same experience. Let's keep posting!
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|Sonia Brown||Rev J. C. and Mary T. (Snodgrass) Goodson|
I have a photo of Rev. Jacob C. Goodson and his wife Mary T. (Snodgrass) Goodson. (my great great grandparents), as well as my great grandparents, John Goodson and his wife Maggie (Mandy Margaret (Smith)Goodson, buried at Yount Cemetery). These photos have been passed down to me and I would like to share these photos. Would it be acceptable?
|Kim Akins-Jeffries||Hubert Akins|
First and foremost, "Thank you" for the extraordinary work your doing in Corridon-Reynolds Cemetery. Especially on my fathers and brothers. Your pictures are wonderful and I shall share. I have been reminiscing of my father all week and have had a peace lily bulb appear just yesterday. My father and I were super close. Miss him. However if I can help or contribute in any way. Please feel free to ask. I may or may not have the answers, however I would give a try to find out. I do although have a question for you, my father never spoke of his time in the world and I'd like to know of time while enlisted. Do you have any idea on how I go about getting info as far as, rank or stationed, his dd14#? I do know at one point his was at Pollock Army Base 1942. I have contacted Jefferson Barracks, however they were unable to help. My younger brother Steve are determined to find something. Any advice is grateful. Thank you! And thank you again, for your outstanding work! Love and peace. Kim Akins-Jeffries
|juainta hiCienda||infant priest libertyville, missouri|
the W J & M L Priest on the headstone stands for William James Priest (1854-1937--#18509611--and Martha Lucinda Moore Priest (1853-1922--#27492998)--Thanks for all your work..
|Michelle Webb||Alfred Lemuel Casey|
Thanks for taking record of my 3rd great grandfather Alfred Lemuel Casey. I have visited his grave before. I thought his wife Amanda's was right next to his. They had many children, but the one I know of is Lizzie. She was my great-grandmother's mother. Please link her as well. Lizzie Bell Phillips.
|Velcro||David & Nancy Beatty|
Thank you for catching the incorrect info. It is appreciated. I have updated the memorials. Linne
Added by Velcro on Feb 13, 2015 9:32 AM
|Velcro||RE: Calvin & Jennie Beatty|
You are welcome. They are family. Linne
Added by Velcro on Feb 13, 2015 9:27 AM
Hixie Lee Price Martin is a sister to Cindi Price Martin, sisters married brothers. Hixie was my grandmother. Darlene
|Susan Dotson||Jess Frank Williams|
Jess Frank Williams could not have been born in 1904 as his mother was born in 1900 and that would make her 4 years old. He was born in 1924.
|schwartzie||Lieut Harry Leon Hollinger|
You may want to add that he is a Second Lieutenant. Unfortunately Find A Grave doesn't give that option - 2LT.
The image that you posted on the memorial I have for James Fears is for another James Fears. The children are not even right.
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