|E.M. Smith (#47134804)|
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I took my first baby steps in a graveyard, the Smith Cemetery on White Oak Mountain, W.Va. That explains a lot.|
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|Luanne Valentine||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 54787812|
Some of them are. I can add some information to his memorial if you'd like to transfer.
Luanne Nichols Valentine
|jamey kripps||RE: Fred Gadd|
I am so sorry for this taking so long to reply but i would love to have that bible if it is still available to me. please facebook me
Jamey michelle kripps
Thank you for taking the screenshots. I am happy the video helped you. :)
Added by Laura on Oct 03, 2014 10:28 PM
This is Mindy thought I would send you this message for the Find A Grave numbers...
Added by Mindy on Sep 24, 2014 1:19 PM
|Amy Wendell Gibson||Emmett Tolley #102701924|
Thank you for taking the time to get a photo of this memorial. Having photos are priceless and very much appreciated.
|Jonathan Papai||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 108812340|
Thanks. My sister says she already has a copy of that article.
|Cindy Akers||Bertie Wooten|
Thanks so much for the info! I appreciate your help very much.
|Susan "Cross " Shouse||Benny Canady|
Hi, Just posted the information you sent me for Benny Canady Memorial.
|c.walker||Myrtle Stevens Thomas|
What an amazing article on Mytle Stevens Thomas! Thank you for sharing. Surely puts "flesh" onto the bones of a memorial when one finds articles like that one and takes the time to post them. I sent the parental links for sisters Alma and Minnie..I hope they are accepted. It is , somehow, fulfilling to reunite a family, even in death. My Mom and Dad had a profound respect for cemeteries. We used to visit our relatives graves on Sunday afternoons, and even have old home movies of one trip to an old old old cemetery in Ohio. I guess the "seed" was planted in me early too.
Cheers! and continue the good work.
Added by c.walker on Aug 19, 2014 9:11 AM
|c.walker||Alma Stevens (Stephens) Bowman|
Your info on Alma Stevens seems to fit with her being the wife of Newton Bowman ( their marriage records lists her surname as Stevens and not stephens). sometimes when i try to follow a genealogy trail, i feel like i have fallen down a rabbit hole! Makes my head spin. I know my own family had a propensity of naming everyone Mary, William, John or Sarah..so hard to keep the generations distinct and separate. I believe what you have found on the Alma G. Stevens, leads me to believe she is Newton's wife and the year of birth on the Alma G. Bowman memorial is in error by 10 years.
Many thanks! Let me know if you find anything else.
Added by c.walker on Aug 18, 2014 12:43 PM
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