|Cliff Doel (#47628867)|
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The memorials I manage are primarily connected to my family. Some are based on requests from friends. Others are the result of random historical and genealogical interests.|
My research interests are the DOEL families of Wiltshire, England (1700-1900). Memorials with a sunflower left by "The Doel Family" are related to the DOEL FAMILY OF NAPANOCH, NY, headed by George Doel (1815-1873) and his wife Anna Smith Doel (1815-1900). Descendant information, surnames and an introduction to the family are provided at the website below.
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|Sue F.||re: Matilda Fleming obits|
Please accept my belated thanks for you sending the Matilda Fleming obits. I've added them to her listing.
Added by Sue F. on Mar 05, 2015 4:38 AM
|Attilio Angelone||Clarence Frank Doel|
I can get a picture of his grave but I need the exacts of where heis located.
|Nancy||Brown, James H.|
Thank you for the obit which has been added to his memorial.
Added by Nancy on Feb 17, 2015 5:33 PM
|Fred Sanford||RE:Cooley family|
You are welcome! I just try to give folks who go the extra mile something to appreciate. Fred
|Patricia Stout Raether||Obituary added|
Thank you for the obituary on Maria Polifka in Michigan Bluff, CA. I added the info to her Memorial Page, and hope you will take a look at it. Thanks again, Pat
|Padgett Researcher Ruth the Sleuth||RE: Appreciation|
Hi Cliff, You are certainly welcome for the link. Are you related to Henry Hines? It looks like you know the story of his death. I am not related but my girlfriend is the great-granddaughter of Mary E. Zevely's brother, Albert Zevely. Ruth (email@example.com)
|Rose Bond||RE: Appreciation|
You're welcome! Luckily, they were part of a group of photos I took that day. I didn't know you were looking for them, but I'm glad I was able to help. I think seeing the headstones is so important!
|Cheryl White||William H. Cox family at Mount Hope|
Just a note to let you know I have added cemetery info to the pages of William H. Cox (1854-1936), his wife, Hettie Cora, their daughter, Carrie C. Markham, and their grandchild, Frank E. Markham.
|Cheryl White||Cox family at Mount Hope|
Thanks for the info, Cliff. I'll look up their data next week when I'm back at the library, and send you a note when it's done.
|Connie Lagasse Russell||Hunt|
thank you for the information on the Hunt family buried in Bath, NH Village cemetery who died in Topeka, KS...very much appreciated.
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