|Janet Davis||RE: Puckett Grave Picture|
I'm always sad when there isn't a marker. Usually I carry flowers with me to better mark the spot of a plot without a marker, but I forgot them yesterday.
|sanders||george j collins|
requesting maintenance of George Collins find a grave information to me his widow Mary m Collins
Added by sanders on Nov 28, 2015 2:28 PM
|BH||RE: Cassel and Clark|
While I understand your reasoning for entering her last name as "Cassel-Lennington", Find A Grave's "naming conventions" (located here) says to use the last name as it is on the marker, which is Cassel. Also, the memorial cannot be found if using Lennington as the search term. I hope you will accept the Edit.
Thank you for letting me know I had accidentally created a duplicate. I have deleted it. And, no, I am not related.
Added by BH on Nov 23, 2015 12:54 PM
|Bob O||RE: Joseph R. Choquet|
Terry, you are welcome; glad I could find it for you. Bob
Added by Bob O on Sep 22, 2015 5:08 PM
|Sandra Newell||William "Eddie" Clayton FAG # 006530500|
Information: William Edward "Eddie" Clayton's biological mother was Annie May Lindsey (1893-1917). Evidence of this is the 1910 US Census which shows them as a family. His father's second wife was Martha Jones who he married in 1921.
Hope this will help someone.
|Kitty Olney||O E Butler|
Thank you so much for the pictures of his grave.
I know there are most likely more there and love having the pictures thanks so much
|Joyce Nance-Woodcock||RE: Coit Fowler Grave marker Picture|
It was my pleasure. Thank YOU for taking the time to thank me. Have a safe 4th and God Bless.
|Wanda Goins||RE: Samuel Henson|
I want to thank you for posting a picture of Sam Henson headstone in Euwasha Cemetery in Kenwood, OK. I went back up there searching for him and a great aunt and I would have never found his if you had not posted the picture. It was almost impossible to read. Unfortunately, that little cemetery is very overgrown and it is hard to find anything. But, because of you I was able to spot it and could barely read it. I probably would have never realized it was his. He was not related except by marriage but it appears he did give his life for our country.
|Wanda Goins||Samuel Henson|
Thank you for posting this. Are you related to the Goins family in the Mayes, Delaware county area of NE Oklahoma.
|Karen Todd||Tonie Ball|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request. Much appreciated.
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