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In 2004, I became an early retiree, retiring from an aerospace corporation in the southwest and now live in the midwest. I love spending quality time with my family, genealogy, flower gardening, and traveling. |
I'm a wife and the mother of two children, a daughter and a son, and three grandchildren. I also have a really great sister and brother-in-law.
I have been researching my family history for over 30 years and also enjoy corresponding with other researchers and helping them with their research, if I can. It's a way for me to give back, for all the people who have helped me through the years.
With the advent of the world wide web, I have been able to meet a lot of cousins from every branch of the family. It's sure been interesting as well as a lot of fun.
Find A Grave has given all of us a way to establish a living memorial for our loved ones...it's a really great thing...linking families together forever.
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|A. Neely||RE: Paris Lundy|
Thanks so much for putting in a note! This situation is a first for me too. The note should help anyone else who might look him up from becoming completely confused as to why there are two Paris Lundys!
Added by A. Neely on Sep 07, 2015 3:08 PM
I haven't had any further contact with Stephen Briggs daughter, but she definitely told me that she intended to bury his ashes with his parents in Carl Junction Cemetery. That is all I know.
|fred randall||RE: Stephen Wayne Briggs|
Hi!! I was just wondering if you would happen to know if Stephen's ashes were buried in Carl Junction with his parents now. I have been to the cemetery to check and it looks as though maybe someone has buried something in the plot a few feet in front and between his mother and father, but there is no marker so I wasn't sure. I also asked the sexton and he said he didn't know if the family had buried his ashes or not, that if they did they didn't let him know. Thank you for your help it is much appreciated.
|matilda1232014||RE: John Hanley|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help.
|Orlena||RE: Samuel Boyd Qualls|
Thank you for adding his information to his memorial.
Added by Orlena on Jun 29, 2015 5:14 PM
|Don Blauvelt||Samuel E. Crumley 125869458|
Would appreciate adding the following description to your WWI draft registration card photo for Samuel:
U.S. World War I Draft Registration Card, 12 Sept. 1918.
|James Tackett||Find a Grave # 47727175|
There are two small stones at white house cemetery, marked "Carrigan" they are father, #47727127 and son, #47727024. No one knows which is father and son as they were unmarked for years. Their wife and mother (your # 47727175), is not buried in this cemetery, she should be buried in the Mount Salem cemetery. Thanks, James.
|Camp||RE: Anna Hollett|
Added by Camp on Apr 15, 2015 8:35 AM
|Grandpa Zeke||RE: Thomas McDermott Shelton|
Thank you for your help, I was hoping to find a descendent to pass along the research I've done on Thomas' father, John Wiley Shelton (one of my great-grand-uncles). He was a Civil War veteran (along with seven of his brothers). That is why I asked, so I thank you again for looking.
|Grandpa Zeke||Thomas McDermott Shelton|
Do you by any chance know if Thomas McDermott Shelton (Memorial # 74482674) and Lucy Jane Yates Shelton had any children? I have been researching Thomas' father, John Wiley Shelton. Thanks.
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