|Pam Hall (#47160515)|
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|Jan Kessel Hardin||Verna transfer|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Verna. This will be a big help to me and I will certainly let you know if I come upon any others that you have.
Jan Kessel Hardin
|Jan Kessel Hardin||RE: Verna Emmaline Clardy Cox|
Thanks so much for making the changes and additions to Verna Emmaline Clardy Cox. Actually she is a second cousin. Her grandfather and my gr-grandfather were brothers. If you would like to transfer her file to me it would be very much appreciated. I am going to send some info to the owner of Mr. Cox's file and maybe we can get these guys all hooked-up! lol
Jan Kessel Hardin
|Jan Kessel Hardin||Verna Emmaline Clardy Cox|
Pam, So sorry, this is what I mean by being to busy! lol Could you please add the parents to the above named lady? Her mother is # 10859487, Ellen Nora Lamb and her Dad is # 10859504
Thomas Clinton Clardy. Verna is # 86008976
Thank you so much!
|Jan Kessel Hardin||Verna E. Cox|
The lady you have in Woodland Heights Cemetery, Rector, Clay Co., Ark. is Verna Emmaline Clardy. She was married to RUDY (not Ruby) Lynn Cox. Her # is 86008976. She did not die in 1959, that was Rudy. Verna died June 16 2001 at the age of 96. I think you looked and saw Rudy's date of death and accidentally put it down for Verna. I've done that a few times myself! lol I get to busy.
Anywho, Verna was the daughter of Thomas Clinton & Ellen Nora Lamb Clardy. She married Rudy Lynn Cox Dec 31 1922 in Clay Co., Ark. She and Rudy had no children. After Rudy died in 1959 she married a man named Haskett, whom I have not found yet.
|Soileau||RE: Kerne Coreil|
Thank you and I added several more for that family in case you would need them.
Added by Soileau on Mar 20, 2014 12:17 AM
|Soileau||RE: Emile Robin|
Glad I could do it and thank you for the offer.
Added by Soileau on Mar 19, 2014 8:16 PM
|Michael V Drachman||RE: Charles Fuqua|
Your very welcome,, my pleasure to honor another Veteran who never made it home..
You are very welcome. I'm glad I was able to locate them for you.
Added by RickC on Mar 09, 2014 7:06 PM
You are welcome for the photos, glad to help.
Yes, you have my permission to use the Haning photos at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Please use this line:
© 2014 by LKat on Find A Grave. Used with permission.
Thank you very much for being considerate in asking if you could use the photos.
Added by LKat on Feb 07, 2014 2:18 PM
|Shirley C McKenzie||William and Anna Eddy|
Dear Pam, I am contacting you because you posted Find A Grave records for J.E. & wife, Maude (Wells) Eddy at the Memorial Cemetery in Monette, AR. I found his parents, William M (1854-1942) and Annie J (1857-1944) in an internet list for the Memorial Cemetery, but their names are not on Find A Grave. If you are local, could you take a photograph of their tombstones and add them? I am related to J.E. & Maude's daughter, Anna Lee (Eddy) Cartwright Coble and am researching their family. Wm. and Anna J had a very interesting life and I would like to see their names included with other family members. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or post here. Thank you. Shirley (Cartwright) McKenzie.
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