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I am a high school librarian, wife, and mother of two sons. I'm a seventh-generation Texan who's been doing genealogy for over thirty years. Findagrave is one of my favorite genealogy sites and has been a tremendous help in finding lost ancestors. My main surnames are Wheeler (maiden name), Bridges, Mull, Holmes, Reynolds, Mericle. My husband's surnames are Sanders, Mitchell, Morrow, Brinkley & Fletcher. |
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|Brenda Ashford||Reba Anderson|
Thanks so much for the transfer. And thanks for all the work you do for Find A Grave to help folks like me find their family.
|Ben Will||Patricia "Patti" Morris 36312611|
I have a friend searching for Patricia Anderson Morris for their approaching 50th high school reunion. They were classmates at St Agnes high school in Houston, TX. She was called Patty or Patti also. Did you know the Patti Morris you created the memorial for? Was she the person my friend is looking for?
Added by Ben Will on Aug 26, 2016 11:55 AM
|Fran Matchett||John R. Collins|
Thank you for transferring his son's memorial (John Duty Collins - 40430494)to me. If you read J. D. Collins bio. (3rd paragraph), it states that his father was the founder of Collins Drug Store. You might want to add that to the bio. of John R. Collins along with their slogan. Thanks again. Fran
|Fran Matchett||John Duty Collins|
I found an obituary for this John Duty Collins by looking up Collins Drug Store in Groveton. The obituary is in a scrapbook of "loose pages" held by the Trinity County Museum. I don't know how to get the obit to you, or you could transfer his memorial (40430494)to me . The obit has a lot of interesting history. Thanks, Fran
|Nathaniel Glasgow||William Logan|
Hey and thank you for messaging me about the memorial. Sorry for the late response. After reviewing some dates and such in my tree, and comparing with others, I saw that this William Logan is not real (or at least not in my tree). The memorial number that you sent appears to be the correct William Logan. I will delete mine and try to connect your's to his parents. Thanks again.
|Cyndi Wiseman||RE: Robert Reynolds Logan 88534878|
|SFCG||Porter J. Holley|
You might want to consider whether the documentary evidence presented on his site would more correctly mean that his wife's link should be to103797392, Francis J. Holley, than to the Francis Harriett Holley now listed.
Added by SFCG on Aug 01, 2016 8:23 PM
|Fran Matchett||John Duty Collins|
John Duty Collins - Memorial # 40430494 - the biographical information you have for him is actually for his son, John Duty Collins, Jr. (Memorial # 35099484). Please check the date of death for your John Duty Collins-1946, as opposed to your biographical information/obit from 2002(3).
|Cyndi Wiseman||James Logan|
There is a James R. Logan buried at Arlington National Cemetery, section 12 grave 294. His Memorial# 76364149. His dates: 1923-1943.
This James Logan is not the same as the James Logan in Memorial# 31232526.
Something to consider when looking at cemeteries - Arlington National Cemetery was established in 1864 for Civil War casualties. James Logan 1733-1825 would not have been buried at Arlington as he died nearly 40 years before the cemetery was established.
thanks for transferring his memorial
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