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|Christi Crawford Partee||Disregard previous message|
I'm sorry but please disregard that previous message. I confused Walter Yarber with his wife's father, Walter Butler.
|Christi Crawford Partee||Walter Butler-Find A Grave Memorial# 45108217|
Hi, can you please tell me where you found the date of death for Walter Butler? I've never been able to locate him after 1910 and found his wife in 1930 on a census listed as widowed. I couldn't either of them in 1920 but she was obviously still living then but I'm not sure of him. If he lived to 1948, I would like to know for sure. He was my 2nd great-grandfather according to a record I found.
|Jean Bower||Charlene Rhodes Bates, Obit|
Thanks for the obituary; I've added it to her memorial.
|Larry McDaniel||RE: Henrietta Aldridge|
You are very welcome.
Glad to help. I'll be heading back that direction this weekend. Hoping to get some more requests knocked out.
|Gina Cates Shumaker||Thank You|
Thank you for the transfer of memorial for Rubye Cobern. I appreciate it.
|Douglas Walker||Pope, memorials Pleasant Hill|
You requested photos of three Pope memorials in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Dutton, Jackson Alabama. When I took the photos this morning I found two other Pope memorials that I added to the list for that cemetery. You may know or have more information on them.
|Les Tate||Joshua & Matilda Nichols|
You listed these two as twins who were born and died on 20 Aug 1811 and are supposedly buried at Forked Oak Cemetery in Boonesville MS. The text was apparently based on an inscription there, however no photo of the stone was provided. I would like to see the photo since I believe this was more likely a memorial stone to the couple who were from Marion County AL whose daughter and three grandchildren moved to MS between 1888 and 1900 and are buried in the same cemetery. Joshua and Matilda Nichols may have moved there with them, but died shortly afterward.
Added by Les Tate on May 06, 2015 6:46 PM
|Dave||Lela Martha Robinson Morris|
Thank you for suggesting that I add her maiden name. I don't know why I didn't do that when I entered her memorial. She is my first cousin twice removed, so I knew her maiden name. I am happy to make corrections any time, but did you know as a contributor you can do that too. When you edit a memorial the owner of the memorial gets that as a suggestion and then must approve or reject the suggestion.
If you are related to the Robinson family please send me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org My common ancestor with Lela is Benjamin Franklin Pitts, her grandfather. You might have known my father Sidney Pitts.
Added by Dave on May 02, 2015 3:55 AM
|Susan Green Richardson||Helen Mohundro|
Thank you so very much for the pictures. It is a blessing to have someone go get them when you can not get them yourself. So I would like to thank you for all that you are doing.
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