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I would respectfully ask that you not put moving "flowers" on my memorials. I think you would agree that your gesture is about respect for the dead, and not a competition of who can find the most distracting jpeg.
I'm also less of a "numbers" member and take more pride in having complete information. At least for my relatives, I attempt to connect all known/documented relationships and children's links.
Also, if anyone was a member/relative of the 841st Ordnance Depot Company, please view my link for my Dad's memories:
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|Ross Sippel||RE: Morrison's|
|sparkcat (kathyk)||J Starley|
you requested a photo from Hawridge Cemetary, Dale County, Ala..My cemetary book does not have him listed. Hope this is helpful.
|Zoe||Winnie Smith Payne|
You are welcome to use Winnie Payne's photo anywhere you please. She was my husband's aunt. Daughter of John Hobert Smith and Minnie Lee Davis Smith. She had no children of her own, and was a favorite of her nieces and nephews. She always came home at Easter and had an Easter egg hunt for all the children. They dearly loved her.
Added by Zoe on Jan 21, 2014 10:50 AM
|K. R. Dehart||RE: Macon Payne and Eunice Brannon|
OK...I thought so and I did get a picture. The list that I had showed a Macon L Payne and a M.L. Paynes but the DOD matched for her on one of them. I will upload shortly.
Thank you for taking time to get this photo of my relative's grave.
Added by sem on May 13, 2013 7:34 PM
|Laura V||RE: Bakers at Garrett cemetery|
I contacted Carolyn Womack who created many of the Baker memorials. She said you've hunted gravemarkers for her as well and she has no more information to give as to the whereabouts of these graves. I'll be very happy with whatever you think is best - whenever you get a chance. Thank you so very much for all of your efforts!
Added by Laura V on Apr 29, 2013 8:27 PM
|Lynn Turner||Hammonds in Howell Cemetery|
Dan, I hope you don't mind. I transferred a couple of the Hammonds in Howell Cemetery to you. Is that OK?
|Lynn Brooks Ellis||RE: Alonzo Johnston photo|
You're very welcome!
|Dennis Burlingham||Flora Hogoboom Weston|
Didn't know if you had seen the listing in Maple Hill Cemetery of Flora.
Thanks for trying to find the stone.
Added by Logan on Nov 01, 2012 7:52 PM
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