|Greg Tucker (#47155988)|
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|Born in Seattle; raised in Seattle and Wichita KS; college in Ruston LA (Louisiana Tech University) and Seattle (University of Washington); 20 years in Navy Civil Engineer Corps; back in Wichita.|
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|Pat Flanigan Jordan||Dee Dee #148343498|
I can't thank you enough for the memorial. My sister passed away when I was only 12 years old. My father could never find 2 of her 3 girls. Dee Dee was one of those 2. Pat FLANIGAN JORDAN
Thanks. I forgot to add it wasn't his obituary. I was trying to figure out their family tree. BTW, I returned to Skaggs Cemetery and re-photographed all the gravestones (on my 1st visit my camera acted up). Since Bobby Ray was next to the graves of Clacy and Ina, I linked them.
|Sheila Hubbard||RE: Salome Duersche Conner Birth Date|
You're very welcome.
|Kim S.||RE: Robert Brown Moomaw|
It's an honor to do! Thank you!
Added by Kim S. on Aug 11, 2015 5:59 PM
If you read the decline email carefully it should say, "what is your source?" or something like that. I spent time researching and could not find a source. So I need a source before linking. It sounds like you don't have one either. Thanks.
Thanks for the additional information that you've added to this family! They have all been uploaded.
Added by Lori on Aug 02, 2015 8:11 PM
|Arizona Kid||RE: Goodson Photo, Spring Grove|
You are most welcome. Please feel free to use any copy of the stone in your histories, you may share my copyright.
|Gerard Brownstone||RE: Moomaw Photo, Maple Grove|
Your Very Welcome !
|Sanebee||Henry Mumma Obituary|
Thank you for the obituary for Henry Mumma (Mountain View Cemetery). I added it to his memorial.
Added by Sanebee on Jul 05, 2015 2:57 PM
|Thomas D. Bitticker||RE: Mumma Photos|
You are welcome. Please note that all three pictures are of the same marker. Simon's inscription appears to be the most weathered, even though Margaretta preceded him in death. This may be due to the direction that each side faced, or trees that may have protected the stone, or accelerated weathering. The stone was covered in ivy when I found it.
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