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|mygenpassion||James A Noel|
The creator of this memorial is no longer active so the memorial cannot be edited.
|Jeannie Hemphill||James Davis Square Dancer|
You mean i have to look up and type that info i sent again! Thanks for making useful memorial, Do you need more? (I have too many!!!)
|Louie Walters||RE: Joseph Mark Lavering|
Thank you for your quick reply. Arizona archives death certificate had birth month of April.
Here is the link to it http://genealogy.az.gov/azdeath/089/10890288.pdf
I guess it is fifty/fifty either way. Your military records should be as good as the death certificate for accuracy.
|Scott Hunt||Seaman 2/c James B Bowers|
Hi Max, I found where James B Bowers Find A Grave #62186565 is buried at, at first he was listed as being buried on the Island of Guam, but I found where he and four others boys were brought back to be buried here in the states. The newspaper story says he was layed to rest at (Old) Saint Joseph Cemetery in Emmitsburg, Frederick County, Md, if you could change his burial from unknown or Guam to Saint Joseph Cemetery, Thanks so much, Scott
|Robyn Ehrhart||Bross, Thomas Mease|
Thomas, Sr. was born 21 Apr 1887 in Jaonestown, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, USA.
|Victoria Taylor-True||William Madison "Humpy Bill" Davis|
re William 50459221
Thanks for the transfer. Appreciate it. Its always great to meet a distant cuzin . I will see what more I can help expand and link.
If I can be of help or you wish other memorials more direct to you, just holler.
I am usually around.
|Pamela Kohl Spetla||Mrs. Henry McGee Wineberg|
Hi Max - This is actually for Vada LaRue McGee. She is listed as Mrs. Henry McGee Wineberg. I was told by other family historians that she was first married to Lantz and then Wineberg. Note the obit on your Find A Grave page for her: one of her children's name is John Lantz. Please let me know what you think. Thanks, Pam (email@example.com)
|Penny Ness Husbands||RE: Minnie Stovall|
Hello! My name is Penny and my mother is Edna who is the only remaining living child of Minnie & Samuel Stovall. So nice to hear from you. My mother would love to talk with you. There was no name on your message, but my mother wondered if you might be Josephina?
My link to the winebergs quick history
Francis Wineberg Sr. (Winebark) (5th Great Grandfather)
Francis Wineberg jr. (Winebark)(4th Great Grandfather)
John A Wineberg (Winebark) ( 3rd Great Grandfather)
George M Wineberg ( 2nd Great Grandfather)
Vere D Wineberg ( Great Grandfather)
Kenneth E Wineberg (Grandfather)
William J Wineberg (Father)
Erik W Wineberg (Myself)
This is to my knowledge if you would like to know aunts
uncles brothers sisters etc let me know.
Added by Erik on Jun 02, 2015 3:19 PM
|Shawn Costley||RE: John Costley|
I would greatly appreciate it if you would do that. John is one of my distant uncles. So any info you can send me would be appreciated.
I actually went to Gettysburg to the Lincoln Cemetary on Sunday. I was in the area on business and wanted to take the opportunity to go by there. Unfortunately, there's no gravestone there with his name on it. I spoke to the caretaker who also said that John Costley was not buried there. However, what she did say was that there were one or two smaller colored cemeteries where he may have been buried. I'll have to continue to do the research and see what I can find.
Again, appreciate anything you can send!
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