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KaysRoots (#46934717)
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Bio Photo In the early 1980's, I curiously began searching for my ancestors. It has gone from curiosity to a passion all consuming. There is always something new to discover!! I owe it all to my BFF, Geneva!!
For those of you who sit in front of a cemetery book or a newspaper obituary column copying deaths into a cemetery, I truly feel sorry for you. For those of you who complain about those of us who have "Unknown Burials". I believe the name of this program is "Find A Grave". The hopes of family researchers is that some one some where will FIND our lost ancestor and may even find a tombstone of that loved one. As for me, I am so proud that this site has come about where I can share my family with others and hopefully find long lost family that I would never have found otherwise. Thank you, FindAGrave.
If you come across someone I have entered in a cemetery that is your ancestor and you have pictures or a bio you would like to add, OR you would like a transfer, don't hesitate to contact me through the EDIT button. I will transfer if they are not related to me.
Please be advised that links and other data on memorials [other than those for my immediate family members] more often than not come from other Find A Grave members and/or guests and/or from Ancestry. It has come to my attention that edits/links that you don't approve within 21 days will automatically be added to the memorial. Please double check & verify all information before taking what you read as gospel.
LINKING NOTE: Too many errors have come up with people submitting "Edits". I will no longer change any memorials without a verifiable source being provided.
PLEASE-NO DEATH CERTIFICATES on memorials I have created or manage!!
VOLUNTEER PHOTOGRAPHERS: I appreciate your enthusiasm in taking tombstone pictures in cemeteries, BUT I do not appreciate additional tombstone photos on memorials when there is already a clear tombstone picture for that memorial.
FAMILY PHOTOS: I invite you to enjoy the family pictures posted, but ask that they not be copied and placed on any other website without my written permission.
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Gary Wayne Parks
Your Info was Added
Hello Kay, I added the information you sent me for Junious Tulk. Thank you for caring enough to try and make sure each and every person's story, on findagrave, is never forgotten.
Have a wonderful weekend,
Gary Parks
Added by Gary Wayne Parks on Nov 19, 2015 7:14 PM
ghzeesh...the site let me copy this time...wish it would make up its mind:

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PLUMLEE -- Lasca Marie Plumlee was gathered unto her ancestors August 29, 2004. She was born in Las Vegas, NM in 1921 and graduated from Las Vegas High School in 1939. Roy and Marie were married July 1939 in Mora, NM. She is survived by her two sons, Lary and Gary; her grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.

Left-red Print Obit Email-red Published on: Sun November 07, 2004

PLUMLEE -- Roy O. Plumlee was gathered unto his ancestors December 9, 2003. He was born near Clovis, NM in 1916 and graduated from Clovis High School in 1934. He moved to Las Vegas, NM to attend NM Normal and graduated there in 1939. Roy and Marie were married July 1939 in Mora, NM. Roy was a WWII veteran having served in the U.S. Army. He worked for the NM Employment Comm. for 35 years and retired in 1982. He is survived by two sons, Lary, and Gary; his grandchildren; and great-grandchildren
Added by CryptoGram on Nov 16, 2015 10:45 AM
RE: Plumlees/Albuquerque
...they don't allow copy & paste or I'd show it to you...doesn't say they were cremated, just sounds like they were

go here

and do a search for Marie Plumlee...both her obit and one for Roy will be returned
Added by CryptoGram on Nov 16, 2015 10:42 AM
Ellynn Luke
George Swingler
My boyfriend is-not me. He is his God Father. He raised him from a Baby. His name is Mike Smith. Mike's Mother Alice Juanita Dickerson Smith was Eva's best friend and her husband George. He talks about Eva & George all the time-Mike called her Auntie and Uncle George. Mike remembers the day well when George got up at went to work and died at the bus stop from a massive heat attack waiting for a bus. He worked for The City of Houston at the time of his untimely death. He had two daughters, Linda and Virginia (sister ).
Added by Ellynn Luke on Nov 16, 2015 10:30 AM
see Plumlee obituaries here:

it sounds like they were both cremated
Added by CryptoGram on Nov 16, 2015 10:18 AM
RE: Transfer
You are welcome
Added by Buckshot1964 on Nov 14, 2015 7:45 AM
RE: Transfers
Your welcome Kay.
Added by Beth on Nov 10, 2015 3:38 PM
RE: Photo
Good to be able to visit Mr. Brown for you, Kay...especially fairly close to Veterans Day!
Added by CryptoGram on Nov 10, 2015 10:18 AM
Sean Briody
RE: Tombstone photo
If you need any additional stones in that cemetery photographed, please let me know. I am about a 10 minute walk from there.
Added by Sean Briody on Nov 10, 2015 10:05 AM
RE: Incorrect photo for #15252758
Sorry for the delay in replying I am away from home at present.

I have removed the photo but there is something strange here.

The CWGC site shows that William Kenneth Ford, died 31 May 1942, is commemorated on Panel 69 of the Runnymede Memorial.
Find A Grave now shows Panel 149 on the above referenced entry though I think some details have been changed since I added my photo, possibly to the name. In any event the Find A Grave details no longer match either the CWGC records or those on my photo.

Those named Ford shown as commemorated on Panel 149 on the CWGC site are Albert Edward Ford, Arthur George Henry Ford and Kenneth Garnet Ford which match my photo.

There is another record on Find A Grave for William Ford, died May 31 1942, at the Runnymede Memorial, Panel 69 (15252760) which looks to me like the correct entry.

With best wishes,
Stephen Daglish
Added by daglish on Nov 08, 2015 10:28 AM
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