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Katherine Torkelson (#47550872)
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Dianne Duncan
RE: Marriage Cade and Mary
Thank you again, Katherine. I'm also related to the Sirmans. Josiah Sirman and Catherine Kennedy were my 3rd gr grandparents.
I'm very keen on researching the female lines in my family tree.
Added by Dianne Duncan on Feb 03, 2015 8:24 PM
Dianne Duncan
Catherine Kennedy Sirman
I appreciate the beautiful photo of her headstone and the detailed bio.
I am hoping you can help me as I am searching for proof of the parents of Catherine (Kennedy) Sirman.

The names Cade Levi Kennedy and Mary Calcote are all over the ancestry trees, but no one lists their sources. I am applying to the DAR and they want proof.

Can you tell me the source of your informatioin?

Thank you again for the lovely photo.
Dianne Duncan
Added by Dianne Duncan on Feb 03, 2015 5:57 PM
Andrew Lau
I heart Dawg
I love your Dawg.I wish I could have pet him.left him a token.take care.
Added by Andrew Lau on Sep 19, 2013 9:55 PM
KAREN LOVY
Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" Sheffield Archer
If you would like a tranfer let me know be glad to ,Saw you posted picture Karen
Added by KAREN LOVY on Mar 03, 2013 3:34 PM
Kristi L. Jones
RE: Joe Wells
You're welcome, Kathy. Yes, it is confusing since that area has tri-county boundaries with the cemetery in one county and the funeral home not far away in another county and the old hospital was in Fort Bend county. Many from Katy live in all three different counties and it's not so small anymore. Glad you got it resolved now.

I'm still curious... where was my name in all of this? Was it the cemetery photo that Find A Grave automatically adds to each memorial for Katy Magnolia?
Added by Kristi L. Jones on Jun 14, 2012 6:36 PM
Kristi L. Jones
RE: Joseph Emanuel Wells
Kathy, I did not post anything recently on any memorial. Are you sure you have the right person? Where did you see my name? Could you provide the link to this duplicate page as I can not find anything other than the page you created.

Also, if your uncle died in Katy, there is a cemetery in Katy, Waller County, Texas that is called Katy Magnolia Cemetery. The one you have listed is in Houston, a completely different cemetery. From what I could find on his obit at Schmidt Funeral Home, it looks like you put your uncle in the wrong cemetery. Still, I find no other Wells listed in either cemetery.

I understand it is very upsetting when someone duplicates a memorial page, especially if non-related. I hope you can get the issue resolved. But, please understand that you need to provide me with enough information, and that it is equally upsetting to me to be accused of participating on a duplicate site and I have no way to know what you are talking about or this Elaine person you mention. Do you have the link to her profile page?
Thanks, Kristi
Added by Kristi L. Jones on Jun 14, 2012 6:14 PM
Vicky Johnson Crane
Harry F. Roycraft
Harry's dates are April, 1882 (Lafayette, Chippewa County, WI) and 10 Aug 1942. His parents are John Attridge and Mary Elizabeth (Melville) Roycraft. All are buried in Prairie View Cemetery, Hallie, Chippewa County, WI. I don't have the numbers available, but would you please make the connections? Thanks, Vicky
Added by Vicky Johnson Crane on Oct 15, 2011 6:18 PM
Petty & Pickens
David Holcomb
Thank you for all the information.

Always,

Sandy
Added by Petty & Pickens on Aug 01, 2011 12:13 PM
Petty & Pickens
Sirman's transferred.
Sometimes people do not want to transfer, because they have in the past, and their name has been removed. Most people leave the name, and just update the memorials. That is what is stated in the quidelines by findagrave.

As you can see several thousand of the hchc enteries have found good homes.

You might want to let the person see some of the memorials you have worked. Name and memorial number.

I enjoyed looking at the family photos.
This is a great site.

Have fun

Always,
Sandy
Added by Petty & Pickens on Jul 27, 2011 2:51 PM
Petty & Pickens
thank you for your patience
Kind people, like you, the commission are always glad to hear from. The Houston County Hysterical, I mean Historical Commmission is finally back to work. The space is 3x's as big as the office we had.
If I can be of help, please let me know.
Always,

Sandy
Added by Petty & Pickens on Jul 27, 2011 1:44 PM
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