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Robert E Merritt / Lori Camp Merritt (#47513426)
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Bio Photo Retired USAF, restaurant owner living in Cabot, AR, USA. Lori has been on this search for family history and has found quite a few with so many more to locate. The Merritt line goes all the way to Pocohontas and John Rolfe. Other names include: Brown/Freeman/Youngblood, Phipps/Minor/Owsley, just to name a few. Lori's family changes names thru Camp/Lindman/Holloway and Willis/Allen/Chase/Ather lines. Thank you for any help you can give with our continued searches. God bless you all.
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DB
RE: linking
I apologize for the delay in fulfilling this request! It should be all set now.
Added by DB on Jun 22, 2014 2:24 PM
D Strickland
Morgan Correction
Thanks so much for the info to correct this, an error on my part.
Added by D Strickland on Dec 07, 2013 10:43 AM
Sherrie Ather-Mollica
RE: Cool
Hey Lori,
Yes I would gave liked to meet up, but hurricane Debbie was in the path. I would've come to st. Pete to meet you guys earlier in the week, but only heard back the day you guys were going to ocala (where Debbie was going). Maybe next time. We go over to st. Pete about 3-4 times a year.
I didn't know this site existed until yesterday. Thanks for starting it. I'm putting together on Ancestry my family tree and that's how I found it :-)
Hope you are all well. Hugs.
Sherrie
Added by Sherrie Ather-Mollica on Mar 24, 2013 9:07 PM
HBGC
RE: photo
You are very welcome. I went to photo the marker and couldn't find it. I found this temporary marker covered over in grass at the head of the grave. I am in charge of marking graves in the cemetery so I was glad to find the marker as well. Glad I could be of help. Harold
Added by HBGC on Mar 06, 2013 1:43 PM
 

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