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|Pat Boone||William J. Clark|
Grace hand Clark was not his mother she was is daughter in-law. His father was Acie Clark mother unknown. Acil W. Clark is Williams son.
William J. Clark B.1836
Acil W. Clark B.1869
Grace Hand Clark B.1878
TY for the edits
Added by MjRich on Feb 21, 2015 10:29 AM
|Sherri D||RE: Use of photo|
Added by Sherri D on Feb 19, 2015 5:59 PM
|Sherri D||Use of photo|
My name is Sherri and I would like to request permission to use the Headstone photo of Catherine Kruskie Koboski for her profile page on ancestory.com. She is a descendant on my Father's side of the family.
Added by Sherri D on Feb 19, 2015 10:13 AM
|Celeste||Caroline Ansorge Greilick|
Added by Celeste on Feb 16, 2015 3:16 PM
Thanks for transferring Martha Urlaub's memorial
|Dan G.||RE: Neil Pease|
Sure, very kind of you.
All the Best, Dan G. (#48117759)
Added by Dan G. on Feb 11, 2015 9:34 PM
|Dan G.||Neil Pease|
I knew Neil Pease as an elderly; he was a very kind and genuine human being.
Added by Dan G. on Feb 11, 2015 6:12 PM
|Caren Turner||Eileen Bertha Henderson Nelson|
Thank you for the information on Eileen Bertha Henderson Nelson, Find A Grave Memorial# 140341376. I was pretty sure she was buried in Memorial Gardens Cemetery, but had no documentation.
|Gerry Sell||Thank you for followup on Johnsons|
I truly appreciate the additional information. "Baby Brice" was almost certainly the stillborn daughter of Charity (Johnson) Brice, Levi and Anna's daughter.
I'm going to explore Chloe. She might even be Anna - her birthdate, birthplace and racial identification all make her a plausible candidate.
Interesting about the transfer of burial sites for the earlier deaths. Possibly Levi, Levi Jr, Faith and James were all buried on the farm, and then reburied in the cemetery later.
You've been a great help. Thank you again.
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