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Donna Z (#47425098)
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Bio Photo I completely see the value in Find A Grave. I am a family researcher, and love this site! I view Find A Grave as another tool to maintain information on those who have gone before us for future generations to enjoy. If you see that I have any information that is incorrect, please let me know. Also if you have additional information you want added, just let me know!
My purpose in Find A Grave is to give a connection and personality to our ancestors. So as time permits, if I know of a neat story that sheds light on the person, I will put it in their BIO. I encourage any appropriate and kind story to be sent to me, and I will update their BIO.

Blessings to all,
Donna

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Beth Austin
Salomie Key

Would this be the Salomie Key you were looking for?


Locke, Salomie Jennettie Key 26061295
b. Jul. 13, 1871 d. Jun. 21, 1948 Liberty Baptist Church Ce...
Jefferson
Carroll County
Mississippi, USA
Added by Beth Austin on Sep 06, 2016 7:27 PM
Rebecca
John Zimmerman connection
Donna - Is this John Zimmerman in County Line Cemetery, Hudson, Indiana, your personal family? Many of the details are the same as what is in my tree and wondering if you show a sister named Mary Ann? She married Henry Adam Rider / Reiter. If this is your family please write me: xflygal@aol.com Believe we have common heritage.
Best, Rebecca
Added by Rebecca on Aug 10, 2016 9:19 PM
Debra Johnson
RE: Your email isnt working
I will check later on tonight..does it not show my e-mail? Send again. Put Sarah Kittleson in the subject matter.
Debra
Added by Debra Johnson on Jul 06, 2016 7:01 AM
Setex Steve
RE: Matilda
Thanks a bunch. Appreciate it and let me know if I can ever help....

Steve Hughes (SETEX Steve)
Added by Setex Steve on Jun 22, 2016 8:31 PM
Setex Steve
RE: Matilda
Yes, Cuz, I wouldn't mind getting Tillie's memorial transferred to me when you get a chance. Thanks and try to keep cool and hydrated out there in the heat!!! (#48214435)
Added by Setex Steve on Jun 22, 2016 4:51 AM
Setex Steve
Matilda "Tillie" Booth Monday
Donna, about a year ago in March 2015 I messaged you about the maiden name, mother and father of Tillie Monday. I noticed today that her bio info on her Find-a-Grave memorial still doesn't reflect her maiden name and parent's names. When you get a chance can you edit the memorial to reflect her maiden name "Booth" and reflect in her bio info who her parents are. Greatly appreciated!!! Thanks, Steve Hughes aka SETEX Steve.
Added by Setex Steve on Jun 20, 2016 8:10 PM
Jean
McCauley - Annie & WP
Should McCauley be changed to McCaulley?
Jean

radelljean@hotmail.com
Added by Jean on Jun 19, 2016 7:57 PM
Terry Miltenberger West
RE: Alex Miltenberger
Hello Donna -

I haven't been on the site for quite some time and not sure if I had answered you. My apologies. My Uncle Alex had 5 children: Daniel, David, Debra, Dennis and Donald (died 1993). They are all older than me. I wasn't around them very much since my dad was in the military and we lived away from Colorado; we left when I was 2 1/2. I have a very bad picture of Dennis (I believe) during one of our visits when I was in high school. Other than that I don't have many pictures of Alex and his family. I can check with my mother. You may want to check on Ancestry for Debra Jacobus, Alex's daughter. I would love to have any pictures that you have of Alex, Nelda and their children.

Terry Miltenberger West
twest18@sbcglobal.net
Added by Terry Miltenberger West on Jun 18, 2016 11:49 PM
Jean
Semore Edmund Jackson
Hi, I finally got out to the cemetery a couple of days ago and found Semore Jackson's stone. Tried to read it but parts of it were so corroded with that moldy stuff that grows on some stones, so I knew I would have to come back with a wire brush and work on it. Today was nice and sunny and I did it. It reads:

A KIND WIFE MOURNS IN THEE A HUSBAND LOST, THE POOR A FRIEND WHO FELT WHAT FRIENDSHIP COST.

The stone has been broken off a few inches above the base and was lying on the ground. I imagine a mower did it. There were a number of small chips of the stone lying around. I picked them up and laid them on the base and then leaned the stone on the base covering the chips in case someone should ever want to repair it. His wife's stone is still standing and in good shape but the ground under it is washing away and it won't be long before it will be in danger of falling into the hole.
I'm glad I could help you with this and I only ask that you pay it forward by assisting someone else with a Findagrave chore.
Kindest regards, Jean, Duncan, Oklahoma
Added by Jean on Jun 09, 2016 2:41 PM
Margaret Webb
RE: Igie Monday
Pulled up the original pix and enlarged it. It says Icie so I changed it and added the other spellings.
Added by Margaret Webb on Jun 07, 2016 11:58 PM
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