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Judy Grubb (#47767732)
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Bio Photo Retired and having a wonderful time. Have met so many wonderful people and contributors and have learned so much from them. May the learning never stop. It is such a wonderful feeling to re-link familes back together, especially the children. Thanks to all who have helped me do this. God Bless!!
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James Archie Shields
Thank you for the information, I have added it to his memorial page.
Added by LKat on Oct 03, 2015 4:27 AM
Josephine Gatzke
Thank you for sending me the duplicate information. Are you related to her? Although it appears she died with the last name of Gatzke, her marker has the last name Carpenter. Wondering if you have any thoughts about which last name should be used for her page.

Added by leslie on Oct 02, 2015 5:29 PM
Brenda White Broadway
Dorothy V. Walling
You sent an edit to me to add Dorothy's middle name, Virginia. From what source did you find it?I like to verify before adding info.
Added by Brenda White Broadway on Oct 02, 2015 9:10 AM
Larry Mabra
Mabrys in Tenn.
I really appreciate all the work you did in getting the Mabrys in and around Obion and Wilson Counties TN.

Don't know if you are kin or not, but I know it takes a lot of time to do this.

These Mabrys are my 5th, 6th, and 7th cousins. Never knew any of them, but just have this phobia of needing to put names in blank spaces.

Thanks again for your hard work, I appreciate you.
Added by Larry Mabra on Sep 10, 2015 10:51 AM
Anita R. Austill
RE: Rone
I only added the picture, you will need to contact the one that holds the memorial for a correction.
Added by Anita R. Austill on Aug 29, 2015 2:51 PM
Sorry it has taken a while to make the additions. My daughter and I were on vacation and I am just getting caught up. Thank you for adding the information.
Added by LefflerResearcher on Jul 06, 2015 2:49 PM
Cathy Coleman
Harness Cemetery
Ruben, Sadie, and Evertt Neal are buried in the Harness Cemetery in Mt. Sterling, Van Buren County, Iowa. They are listed as being in Bentonsport. This is my husbands grandparents and uncle. Would you please make these changes. Thank you Cathy Coleman
Added by Cathy Coleman on Jul 02, 2015 8:28 PM
Betty and Delance Grubb
Would you like me to transfer then to you, I assume they are kin of yours?
Added by Darrelll on Jun 14, 2015 12:16 PM
alice hurst
McBrides buried in Cedar Ridge Cmt Honey Bend Montrogery Co Illinois
Judy I just saw your note on Andrew J. McBride memorial page.

Do you know if Andrew J. McBride was ever married before he married Elizabeth Ann Sutton?

I have been looking for a LUCINDA HURST MCBRIDE.
I believe Lucinda Married a Andrew J McBride in Edward County Ill., but not sure.

Lucinda married Andrew J. McBride when she was 16, she was born 1838 in Ohio & her father was a John Hurst b1803. John is buried in Franklin County Ill at the Franklin Cemetery at Whittington.

Lucinda & Andrew were either divorced or Andrew died & Lucinda remarried James R. Roberts in Franklin County Ill.

If you have any information on this Andrew that would help me determine if this is the Andrew J. McBride that was married to Lucinda Hurst McBride I would be really thankful.

Also I do not have the location of where Lucinda Hurst McBride Roberts is buried, she is not buried with her 2nd husband James R. Roberts or with her family in the Cemetery in Franklin County Ill.

Thank you for your help, Alice Hurst
Added by alice hurst on Jun 10, 2015 4:06 PM
P. Meado
RE: Elizabeth Deem Heaton
Just wondered if there were actually two tombstones for her.
Could be she was buried in Judy's cemetery and the body was moved. I am not sure either memorial should be deleted, but maybe notes should be put on them. All I know for sure is that the tombstone is in White Hall Cemetery.
I suppose the family could have just inscribed her name on the WhiteHall cemetery stone. Lots of possible reasons...I just don't know which theory is right.

Thought maybe you might know the answers. Judy Clark-Wick probably would have known.....I miss her. She had a lot of knowledge and resources.

Spotty rain

Added by P. Meado on May 29, 2015 10:50 AM
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