|Choctaw County Genealogical Society||James R Baker|
It appears that James R Baker 1920-1978 is buried at Mt. Olivet in Hugo but his memorial has been placed with the Mt. Olive Cemetery near Grant which is SW of Hugo.
|Michelle McShane||Percy Fred Crossman|
Hi, I have just found a ancestor who you have listed in the Burra Cemetery, South Australia. I am happy to take over you like.
Thank you Michelle
|Gracie's Grammy||RE: Kenneth M.|
Always my pleasure to visit Jefferson Barracks
|Jim Cartwright||Minnie Williams|
She shares a marker with William B Payne. The marker says Payne and below that lists William B 1927 - 1987 and Minnie L 1926 - 1996. The transcription says Married September 4, 1946. I will post the picture in a day or two.
|Gracie's Grammy||Jefferson Barracks|
Hi It takes about 6 weeks (at least) before
markers are added in JB. I will get the photo for Kenneth Hamby when it placed. Judy
|Kathy James||RE: Joe Monk @ ash|
Thank you very much. He was my great grandfather. I had no idea what happened to him until I found him on Ancestry.
Hi Dwight I heard back from the person who I obtained the phone of his grave stone.. she wrote that this was from The Jenkins Family Tree.. and gave me the web site:
Maybe you want to contact the person in charge of this tree... Please if you find out anything please contact me.. I do thank you very much in notifying me.. now I wonder if I should remove the photo??
Added by LakeMom on Aug 01, 2015 6:50 PM
|LakeMom||RE: Nicholas Jenkins|
Hi, yes it is a picture from my tree.. beings you are questing it I have emailed the person from who I obtained the picture from her tree asking if she would email me on how and where she obtained the photo of his memorial stone.. when I hear back I will get back in touch with you.. Thank you for questioning this as if she can not verify this I will take it off or continue to investigate for a picture of the stone..
Added by LakeMom on Jul 28, 2015 6:39 PM
|Janice Fry||Kaylee Baker|
Thank you, I have deleted one of the memorials.
|Pat Berel||Robert Wiley|
Thank you for the transfer of the Robert Wiley memorial. It is appreciated.
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