|John Hill||RE: Lucille Smith James wife of Jimmy James|
Done! If you need anything else, let me know. You be good to yourself!
|John Hill||RE: Jimmy James photo|
Glad to be of help! Just so you know I took some closeups of your aunt's grave (Lucille) as well if you want them.
Chow for now!
Be good to yourself!
Thanks so much for taking the photos of my grandparents Leona and Robert Swanson. It is greatly appreciated by everyone in my family!
|Bill and April||RE: Eastman photos|
Glad we could find him, and be of help to you. Also posted Henry's mother, father, and brother while we were at it. Let us know if there is more we can do. It is a beautiful cemetery! Bill and April
Thank you very much, sorry took so long to thank you, computer been down. This is my Great Grand Grandfather. Thanks again.
Denise G. Smallwood
|Cyndi Wiseman||Sarah Elizabeth Odom Cooper #95335681|
The only way I could sort the links to her husbands' memorials in order of marriage year is if you have the manager of her first husband delete the link to her memorial. Then, send me an edit to add her first husband and then I can input the marriage year 1928 and that will sort them in order.
I added the husbands in order of marriage to her bio.
|DevonG||RE: Anna K Snyder White|
You are so welcome! I looked the entire cemetery (it's small) for any Snyders, but I couldn't find any. However, I was able to find Anna's husband Abel, Abel's other wife (also named Ann), and his aunt, Elizabeth Friend, if you are interested.
Have a great day!
Added by DevonG on Aug 12, 2015 4:00 PM
|Christopher Ware||Moshers in Green Mound|
Thank you for the photos!
Thank you so much for your photos! What you have is great, I really appreciate it. Even though there isn't a headstone, just seeing the area he was buried is enough. Georgette
|Linda Hiross||Charles Selleck|
I was born and grew up in Norwalk but never knew any of the history associated with it, except that CT Governor Fitch lived there; many Fitchs are buried in the East Norwalk Cemetery. I do recall all the controversy over having to move his historical house when plans for I-95 went thru. I am always happy when someone sends in info on the deceased at St. Paul's. It is a lovely historical church and grounds; an oasis of beauty on the Green; the Congregational Church also faces the Green. Typical New England setting surrounded by modern hustle.
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