|John Cummings (#47053388)|
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|MLWynn||RE: Cummings Transfers|
You are most welcome.
Added by MLWynn on Jun 26, 2015 1:53 PM
|Bobbi Anderson||David Cummings DOD 1841 Bedford Indiana|
Hi John, we are cousins David was my gggg-grandfather as well. I'm in Nebraska descendant of Thomas J and Eliza Cummings (Houston). Was curious what other info you have on David Cummings and his burial on the family farm east of Bedford. Thank you kindly, Bobbi Anderson.
Thanks for taking the time to honor my request. Your photo is greatly appreciated.
Added by MARY on Jun 18, 2015 10:45 PM
|Renee Haney||RE: Opal Robertson|
You are very welcome. My husband's family is buried in Mankin as well as our own plots are there. It was no problem to find Opal's and get the picture.
Have a wonderful day!
|Larry Hume||RE: Thomas Vandygriff|
More than welcome.
|Kathy Phelan||Homer Fritz Robertson|
I somehow can't accept/decline edits due to my question as to the parentage of Homer.
I have his parents as Perry Maxwell and Stella Arizona Stretchberry Robertson.
Check the 1910 census it list Perry and Stella living with William A and Nancy Swisher Robertson.
|CPletcher||RE: Michael Bell|
You are very welcome, John. I have a few relatives in that cemetery. I was back there for a few days last week (I live in Kansas City). I took a picture of this stone because it was on the ground and I feared it might disappear into the earth one day soon. I was pleased to see someone actually had a need for the photo! All the best to you, Cheryl
|Virginia Paredes-Tijerina||RE: Billy Joe New|
You are so welcome. It was my pleasure. The area he is in had a huge bush covering his headstone but I was able to make some leeway to get the photo. Enjoy!!!
|Susan Lundin Smith||RE: Edwin Leroy|
You are so welcome. I will try to figure out how to get them combined for you.
|Brenda Bowling||RE: Lois V Malone|
Thank you for the message. I guess you never met my Mother. She and my Daddy were married for 18 years and finally she divorced Daddy. I kind of realized that you must know my Cousins by your very kind comments on their information. Thank you for being a Bowling friend. I am hopeful that someday I can be buried at Mankin where a lot of my Family on my Daddy's side are buried. Mother and Daddy were married Aug 6, 1945. Daddy was a Prisoner of War in Germany in Stalag IV B. He was in the Golden Lions Infantry. I think that is what they were called. He was captured with his company that were nearly freezing to death in the Ardennes Forest and were out of ammo trying to hold off the Germans. Immediately before the Battle of the Bulge and because of their bravery they helped open the area up for that great Battle. Thank You again and I will go and see if I can get Lois Malones grave from Mother's site.
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