|Brian McCullough (#47077582)|
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Living in warmer South Carolina, many miles from my ancestral environs in New England. The memorials I maintain are family members gleaned during the extensive genealogical research I began in 1970.|
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|Annet Wood||james R Wicker|
Do you have more information from J R Wicker when he was taken as POW in Hoorn?
|Ms. Clyde||RE: Elmer Eldredge, Memorial # 96082227|
Sorry, no relation. Maybe leave a flower, and state you are looking for info, and someone might just reply to you. Good luck!
Brian - I too lived for many years in the warm environs of South Carolina. I am now back in New England where my roots are. Last night it was 5* and I am freezing my butt off. Everything aches and I am missing Charleston.
I envy you now but come July and August maybe not so much.
Added by WMitch6 on Jan 10, 2015 4:57 PM
|WMitch6||Lottie Talmadge Sherman|
I would like your permission to use your photosd of Lottie and that of her headstone. I wish to attach the photos to her entry in my Ancestry family tree. They will not be used for commercial purposes and I will credit the photos.
Added by WMitch6 on Jan 10, 2015 4:51 PM
|Family Tree Climber||Joseph V Hawk #71990593|
Thanks for the edits - I've accepted the locations of birth/death - but will need to know the source of your edit for middle name of Verde - as I could not find verification on that one.
Also, at closer look, the death certificate shows the day of birth as 18th, instead of 8th, and a closer look at the stone appears to be 18, so I will be changing that date.
I cannot read Sally Gaylords stone either. Connie who actually added the picture does work at the cemetery a few days a week. I am sorry some stone are really bad shape. Drop her a message and she would check cemetery file for you.
|butterfly||Mary Donnelly -|
Thank you for the edit. If you are related, I would be glad to transfer the memorial. Please let me know. Thank you.
|Mary Standridge||William Feltus|
Hi Brian, It was for William Feltus, whose Find A Grave # 58826344
Would you care to include a brief bio of Feltus? I am a cousin of his wife,
Olive, and I found this on-line.
The Feltus Family Book, 1917, prvately printed, Rev. George H. Feltus
William Henry Feltus
Studied pharmacy and medicine at New Haven Medical School, (about the year 1849;
no official records for that period). Practiced pharmacy in Vermont until 1852;
when, after marriage, he returned to birthplace in Mississippi, where he engaged
in farming and teaching. Removed, 1856, to Dardanelle, Ark., and engaged in drug
business. Served there, 1860-63, as postmaster under President Buchanan, and
President Davis (C.S.A.).
Business being ruined by the war he occupied himself as a bookkeeper
I have copy and pasted the info you sent for William, if you would like to be his caretaker of his site, just send me a request and I will be happy to transfer him to you. Thanks for the info.
|Pat Kaszubowski - Thomas||McKim Memorials|
Are you related to the McKim Family?
If so I will transfer the memorials to you.
Thank you for the edits.
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