|JD Day (#46967895)|
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Please DONOT send just the name or the memorial number, I need more information than that. It will help me to do the edits much quicker.
I've been doing geneaolgy for about six years and am hooked.
Names are Philips, Harper, Jones, Garrison, Barr, Whitford, Hodges, Venso
Goans, Rogers, Jones, Coffman, Devasure, Barr, Russell, Layman, Griffin, Stowe, Gaines, Bowman, Tabor, Hammond(s), Bultemeier, Cottom, Bellville, Day
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|Pat LaCroix||RE: Barnett|
You are welcome. We all need to keep tabs on each other when there are duplicates, so as not to complicate the website for other researchers. I know, it has happened to me. Thanks for all your hard work on FindAGrave, it is appreciated by this genealogist. As we fill in the pieces of our pieced family "quilt", it helps when the records are complete and concise.
|Robin Knowles Miner||101725587 Georgia Dean Dunn|
Thank you so much for the links to Georgia's family. I have been going through the thousands of entries I have made and finding out as much historical data as I can about each person. Your links have been a God-send! I also found Georgia Dean's husband's parents and have suggested they be linked. Here is what I found. You may use as you see fit...
ALSO - I AM NOT related to any of these and will gladly transfer graves. Family should have family. If you wish to manage Lewis and Georia's and graves, send me your ID number and I will transfer them. - Robin in Alaba
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Fred was Frederick Dunn. He was listed in the 1900 Federal Census with his parents, Marion F. Dunn and Mary K. Garris. Marion Francis Dunn married Mary K Garris on 2 July 1879 in Tipton, Indiana
Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
Marion F Dunn Head M 56 Indiana
born Jan 1844
Mary K (Garris) Dunn Wife F 48 Indiana
born Jan 1852
Jackson Dunn Son M 25 Indiana
born Nov 1875
Fredrick Dunn Son M 17 Indiana
born Apr 1883
Maurie Dunn Daugh F 15 Indiana
born 26 Jun 1885
Dossie Dunn Daugh F 12 Indiana
born Oct. 29, 1889 and died Sep. 8, 1905 - never married
Nellie G. Dunn Daugh F 9 Indiana
born Jan 1891
Nellie G Dunn married Paul S Myers on 20 Nov 1919 in Tipton, Indiana. Paul's parents were: Samuel K Myers and Retta J Painter.
Maurie Mamie Dunn married Edward G Guyre on 08 May 1920 in Miami, Indiana. Ed's parents: Thadeus Guyre and Mary Bond.
|Sandra Lennox||RE: Collinson|
Thank you for your offer of transfers, but
I am not related to the Collinson family.
|Jerry Fair||Elma Fair|
JD, thank you for adding Elma's grave marker photo!
|Jerry Fair||Elma Fair|
JD, I added Elma's memorial today. If you would be so kind as to add the photo of her grave maker, it would be gratefully appreciated.
|Jerry Fair||Samuel Fair|
JD, thank you for taking time from your day to photograph Samuel's grave marker.
It is persons such as you who make this world a better place in which to live.
"Clara Stevens did marry John Dampier.
Dampier, J. B. Stevens, Clara 30-Jan-1906 Bk 1A, pg. 237 Camden County"
Sorry, I don't have a clue as to what this is referring to. Searched Clara Stevens, John Dampier (32 on FG), and Clara Dampier. None of them were my memorials. Don't know where Camden County is either.
Added by SMG on Dec 02, 2014 5:24 PM
|Jim Ferris||RE: Hope Abbey|
According to records there is no Roy Pratt buried at Hope Cemetery or the Abby and after a look at the obit directory for 1926, there is no Roy Pratt listed their either.
|Jan Lawson||RE: Dorothea Kennemer|
Mother's burial place unknown. Death record verified date of death but not place of burial. Jan Lawson.
|Connie F||Obit for Ernest L. Day|
I noticed you had a nice memorial for Mr. Day and mentioned that he had been a WW II prisoner of war I have a clipping from the Macomb Journal from June 1945; kept by my grandmother, Mrs. Maud (Leas) Hoelscher originally from Brooklyn.
It is so interesting about how he hid in the mountains and then found a "friendly Filipino" that hid him.
I would be happy mail it to you or scan it and send it to you, if you or a relative would like to have it. You may want to add some of it to his memorial so others might learn what he did during the war
Just let me know. Connie F.
Added by Connie F on Nov 14, 2014 1:49 PM
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