|Roger Lambert (#47400721)|
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Hey my name is lorri roger i would like to talk to you about the name robert lambert if you would please
Lee O. T. Blakely aka Leo Grady Blakely's correct name is Lee O'Grady Thomas Blakely.
also, Thomas E Blakely's (1868-1926) correct name is Thomas Evander Blakely and his son's name is Thomas E'Leon Blakely.(1911-1973).
Thanks for all your hard work and for sharing with us.
|Steve Williams||Benjamin M. Moseley|
Your entry listed as Benjamin M. Moseley is actually Benjamin W. Moseley. He was my maternal grandfather and I remember him well. The "W" stood for Wesley.
|robin pellicci moore||Transfer|
Thank you for the transfer of Patricia Collins Love, that was nice of you.
|Nick Harper||Jamel Baz|
Hi Roger: As the obituary starts off Jamel's last name is misspelled as Bas. Also if you want to change the obit for the Masonic Lodge it should be written as; Winter Haven Masonic Lodge No.186 F&AM. I have been friends with the Baz family for many years now, especially Jamel, Sharkey, and Douglas.
|Tina Loyd||Bridgette W. Stone|
The above grave is listed as date of death of April 18, 2010. My cousin Bridgette W. Stone passed away on April 18, 2014. I don't think she has a head stome yet.
Thanks so much,
Tina M. Loyd
Thanks for putting the memorial for my Dad on here.
|Jean Graham||Esther Boyd Washburn Bauer|
I found a small vintage (tinted) photo of a woman with the name "Esther Boyd Washburn Bauer" handwritten on the back. The woman in the image appears to be in her twenties. The photo was found inside an old book. I would like to have it returned to a family member.
Please advise. Thank you. Jean G.
|Donald W Flickinger||RE: William Barnes|
It's a shame that cemeteries allow areas to be grown up and don't respect the fact that someone is there. This is not an uncommon thing. Unfortunately, for whatever reason the deceased's relatives didn't provide a marker. Also, it is very difficult to find the records for a lot of these cemeteries as they were kept by individuals whose heirs destroyed them or didn't return them to the proper people who managed the cemetery. Some people just don't care.
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