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If for some reason I have created a memorial to a family member of yours or someone who means something special to you, I am more than happy to transfer.|
Thanks to everyone who has helped me along the way! I hope in small part I have been able to return the kindness.
Well Winter 2014 is upon us so I will not be graving until the spring unless we have exceptionally warm whether!
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|Judy Richards||RE: Dolinskis|
You are very welcome.
|B.J. Waters||Arthur Crouch|
Thanks for the info!
|Hal Stewart||RE: Clarence Berry|
you are very welcome glad to be of service
Thank you for your help in Nassau Knolls. Irene should have had a marker with Richard.
Added by Tina on Sep 22, 2014 3:02 PM
|cvines.1018||Re: James D. Hunt|
I am the granddaughter of James Hunt and my mom and I are trying to find any information on her father that we can. She was very young when he became a presumed POW. Thanks!
|David Smith ||RE: Smiths in Nassau Knolls|
Thanks for photographing them.
I kept forgetting to bring the lot number with me and couldn't find them without it.
I'll have to add Charlotte and figure out who were Sharon's parents.
|Emily E. Farley Smith||RE: Harold Berkowitz|
Hey there! No, I didn't know him but I'd be more than happy to transfer him if you'd like. I added his DOB, thank you for the info. I'll add just about any more info you have or like I said, transfer him to your care since you knew him. :)
Tickled to get talk to someone I know out here on the main site... :)
|John Lippincott||RE: Zabriskies in Trinity|
Thank you SO MUCH! I've seen a few pics of the site but your pics will be very helpful as well as the ones I've seen are not very close up.
|Chris Foran||Charles A. Anderson|
He was a half brother to my g-g grandfather, and these Andersons have been tricky to find. He is at Section 1, Plot 140, Grave 6.
Thank you! -Chris
I finished your photo requests and will load them later tonight. Finley is Haywood Finley Haywood (this is confirmed by census and death certificate). There are four graves together, all purchased by Dexter Haywood, but Dexter is not there. The other two, besides Jack and Finley, are Helen Haywood and Ten N. Sibley. A cursory census check determined that in 1940 Finley Haywood was living in Texarkana with a Sibley family as a boarder. Helen Sibley was listed as the divorced daughter of the head of household and Ted N. Sibley was listed as her son. It appears that Helen married one of the Haywood brothers (my guess would be Finley), but I'm not sure. There are no memorials for Helen or Ted, so I created them and will transfer them to you if you want them. Just left me know.
Added by rwy on Jun 23, 2014 10:32 PM
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