|bill sullivan (#47162687)|
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Residence Ozark, Arkansas REQUEST FOR TRANSFERS,CORRECTIONS, CHANGES WILL BE HANDLED ASAP.|
WILL GLADLY TRANSFER ANY MEMORIALS I HAVE ESTABLISHED.
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|Kitty Cain||Christopher Schuler Grave Photo|
Thank you so much for taking the time to visit Christopher's grave. He left a lot of aquaintances on the East Coast when he passed away and the picture you submitted will make it easier on those who have been unable to visit his burial site in Arkansas. You have no idea what a tremendous help this has been.
Again, THANK YOU.
|renee pero||nixon cone #43307864|
Nixon (nicholas) cone was the cone of berry cone born 1805/ died 1886 and mame Priscilla cone born 1813 / died 1911 that is buried there in potts cemetery. berry cone full name is green berry cone. all the cone's that are buried there in potts cemetery are decendents of berry and Priscilla cone. I have all the family tree info on this family is you need any help.
phone# 1-316-529-1836 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
have a great day.
|W. Loy Frisk Simmons||Cecil Casey|
Thank you for the photo of his military stone and he new one with his & Frances's dates added.
|Pam Hodges||John Thomas Willis|
I want to thank you for setting up the memorial for my grandpa, John Thomas Willis
|Janet Masters||Dessie Rose Garren|
Thank you for adding a photo of my Aunt Rose head stone.
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|Steve Fowler||James Morgan Smith|
Would you consider transferring this record of James Morgan Smth 117574015 to me. He is my wife's granduncle and son of John Phillip Smith.
|C. Morgan||Dave C. McInturf|
I have a copy of Dave's obituary (memorial 17294638):
Obituary published in local obit Newspaper:
Dave C. McInturf, one of the oldest settlers in this part of the country, died Sunday after a brief illness. Mr. McInturf suffered a heart attack late Saturday and this was followed by another Sunday, which resulted in his death.
The funeral services were held at Lyles Chapel at 2:00 o'clock Monday.
Mr. McInturf, who lacked only a few months being 84 years old, has lived in this section since the early days of the country and the family name has been linked with its history almost from the beginning.
He is survived by four boys, Tom McInturf, of Fort Smith, Richard of Illinois; John, of Ola; and Granville of Booneville. Also four daughters, Mrs. R. A. Smith, of California; Mrs. Lizzie Folks, Fort Smith;
Mrs. Oscar Morris, Fort Smith; Mrs. Bessie Foster, Booneville.
I don't know how I can post it. Would you mind posting it as a note under your picture of his headstone?
|Linda Claxton||William Floyd Selby|
Thank-you very much for the wonderful photo!
|Janice Roberts||Simon P. Bridges|
Thank you very much for creating this memorial, for the photo, and the transfer. :)
|Brenda||William Ramzy Morris|
Thank you for taking the time to snap this photo.
Added by Brenda on Jun 11, 2014 7:53 PM
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