|Barbara Banales||RE: Mathews photo|
You're welcome for the photo...glad to help!
|NK (Wilcock) Atwood||RE: George Russell Nunley|
I'm transferring a lot of mine over to different people who I know will take care of them. I'm tired of the crap from this site and no longer care to be on here other than to just look for people and add them to to my lists.
I know that you are more related to the Nunley's so I chose you!
Soooo you're very welcome to have them.
|Amy Dial||RE: Chandler headstone photo|
You are very welcome, glad I could help! My grandmother's sister Cora Nelson married Jackson Chandler and her sister Estelle Nelson married Felix Chandler. :) Got a few Chandler's in the family!!
Added by Amy Dial on Nov 03, 2013 11:10 AM
|Utah Tombstone Lady||Abigail Varney Griffin|
Hello! I was looking through old emails and apparently missed your request to transfer Abigail over to you. I transferred her over to you.
|Aubrey D. Evers||RE: Thomas Wright, Anna Wright|
You're welcome, Sandra. Glad to be of assistance.
|Vicki G||RE: Hecht headstone phots|
You are welcome, glad I could help.
Added by Vicki G on Apr 01, 2013 7:24 PM
We were glad to have been able to help.
Added by Claire on Mar 25, 2013 1:33 PM
|NK (Wilcock) Atwood||Maranda Caroline Wilson Behunin|
She is transferred to you. Please don't change the lineage part unless you want to add more to it.
|Mary Lou Arion||RE: CRAWFORD|
Hello Sandra, It was my pleasure to be able to help. I looked for James and Mary Crawford as well, but I sorry I wasn't able to locate them. I didn't list that on your request in hopes that someone else might be able to find them for you. Have a great night. Mary Lou
|Judy T||RE: Evers grave markers|
I hoped you would not be disappointed. I did not see any stones...but these did appear to be fairly new funeral home markers. In the 1920's there was a paririe fire across the Cheyenne cemetery and the wooden crosses which people had carved names, were all destroyed. Not all of the families were able to return and identify the interrment spots - so there are many empty spaces. I noticed in our county cemetery book, it did list the places of birth and death and that Beatrice was a daughter of John. Blessings, Judy
Added by Judy T on Feb 12, 2013 8:13 PM
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