|Doris Aliff (#47026038)|
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My hobby is listing cemeteries in my area, with names, dates and kinships if I can find it. |
My family names are: Aliff, Estep [West Virginia] Little, Martin [Oklahoma].
For those who wonder who I am you can see my famiy on Find A Grave. I am the daughter of Elmer Earl Aliff and Doris Nadine Aliff.
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|Michael Shaffer||Minnie E. Kempf #96086946|
Doris, the following is the article covering the death of Minnie Kempf if you wish to add to her memorial. Also, would you please connect her to her mother, Nellie Kempf #110711372.
Source: The Charleston Sunday-Gazette Mail, October 29, 1972
Excessive speed was the probable cause of death of a 29- year-old Kanawha County woman killed in a three-vehicle collision Saturday on U.S. 60 just east of Diamond, state police at Chelyan said. Troopers identified the dead woman as Minnie E. Kempf of Chelyan. She was alone in her car at the time of the accident. Drivers of the other vehicles, James F. Stephenson, 21, of Falls Church, Va., and James G. Harris, 24, of Kentucky were both treated and released at
Charleston Memorial Hospital, police said. Miss Kempf was traveling east on two-lane U.S. 60 when the 3:30 a.m. accident occurred, police said. The two other vehicles were traveling west. She was traveling at a rate of 60 or 70 miles per hour, troopers said, too fast for the road conditions. She drifted into the other lane striking Stephenson's car. He was driven off the road over a small embankment on the right, police said Miss Kempf's car continued down the road on the left hand side. Harris, who was driving a tractor trailer, saw the collision and tried in vain to avoid the Kempf car by staying wide to his right, police said Miss Kempf was dead on arrival at Charleston General Hospital. Stephenson's wife and infant
child, traveling with him, were uninjured in the crash. Miss Kempf was a graduate of East Bank High School and employed at Charleston Memorial Hospital. She was a member of the Chelyan Baptist Church and past worthy advisor of the Chelyan Chapter Rainbow for Girls. Surviving: mother, Mrs. Nellie Kempf of Chelyan; brother Richard of Charleston; sister Mrs. Elizabeth Epling of National City, Calif. Service win be 2 p.m. Monday at the Chelyan First Baptist Church with the Rev. Hubert McClung officiating. Burial will be in the Marmet Cemetery. The body is at Fidler-Frame Funeral Home in Belle. Friends may call after 4 p.m. today.
|Lois Estep Guthrie||RE: Father|
Find A Grave Memorial# 97159936
Thank you. Lois Estep Guthrie
|Lois Estep Guthrie||Military Record|
Can you tell me where you located the military history that was posted on your father's findagrave site. I would like to find my father's record. He, too, was in WWII. Thank you for all the work you do on this site. Lois Estep Guthrie
|ozeda bowles||George Massey Sr.|
Hello I was wanting to know if you could tranfer his step daughter Gracie Elizabeth Stover Golden # 126021029.On to his find a grave Thank you her cousin
|Marigay ||RE: 5455056|
I don't know, but I will leave your question posted in case someone else can answer it.
Added by Marigay on Aug 07, 2014 10:21 PM
|Naomi Micky Waters||RE: Julie Waters|
Thank you, Doris for continuing to consider. Sorry to take so long to reply...work & family life has been a bit hectic with medical issues.
I would be happy to either leave the photo if you'd like or remove it as I love that one of my grandparents. I do have others of my grandmother but I like that one. I also have a copy of that photo.I have others I can add, if possible.
I have done a great deal of research on the Halsteads, Meadows & Waters families. I would love to connect her to others in the family but most especially to my father.
I have little direct family and would greatly appreciate the opportunity to care for this memorial of my paternal grandmother.
Naomi "Micky" Waters
Hi Doris, I was wondering if you were related to Andrew Jackson Hively # 94103616 that you entered. He was married to my Aunt and I am trying to locate her place of burial. Thanks for your time and God Bless.
|Stanley descendant||RE: lvra Jane Stanley Hodge|
Thank you very much for a reply. I will email the new duplicate and ask them to merge any info and then remove duplicate. Thanks again for all the help.
Bringing families together. God Bless.
I am sorry. I did not realize this was not one of her memorials. She had removed these from all of her family memorials. They aren't allowed by Find A Grave. I would have contacted her directly if I had noticed it was not her memorial. Sorry to have bothered you. Please do put a note in the headstone section that this is an unmarked grave.
Added by Apollymi on Jul 26, 2014 6:18 AM
|Robert Chilson Patterson||RE: 109750122|
I won't remove anything already there . I respect the hard work you've already done . It's just I am trying to do this for my late Grandmother . It was something she always wanted to do . In fact, that Grandmother spent most of her life in the house Alethia Prince McCreery was born & raised in( I myself lived there two years) . Patrick Harry McConnell Patterson I( My GreatGrandfather) Married a McCreery and bought the Prince house .I Already maintain her Daughters and Husbands and have access to some pictures soon to be posted .I thank you for the consideration .
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