|Diane Crider Almand||Benjamin Hatcher|
I finally made it to Roberta City Cemetery today, this is the cemetery that was in my email. I did quite a bit of walking and finally came upon a lady who directed me to a store and that lady had a list of all the names buried here. There are no Hatcher's at all. So I come back home do some more searching myself and see now that he is buried in Hatcher Cemetery. I will go another day to get this picture for you. Hopefully it won't rain on me again. :)
|William F. Heustess||Atticus Hagood Carter|
Thanks for sending me the correct date of death for Atticus Carter.
|John Cahill ||Henry Newkirk|
did not find the son but tdid find mother and Father in cemetery
|Chris Bergstrom||Buie Family|
How are you related to the Buie family?
|Family Tree Climber||RE: Kermit Lackey #92467845|
Thanks for the links, but none of them give location birth which is what I was questioning.
|Family Tree Climber||below message|
I was able to find confirmation of parents, but need source of birth location, and still wondering about the others I sent to you. Thanks.
|Family Tree Climber||Kermit Lackey #92467845|
Thanks for the 2 edits on above memorial - please send source of birth location and link to parents.
Also, I had sent you obit on Matilda Eppley 90561546 on 12/20, and several other suggestions/edits on others that I've had no response for. Are you reviewing them?
Thanks & Happy New Year!
|Peggy Bargen Duey||Clara Bistline|
I really need the documentation for the edits you sent me before I will approve them. You can email them to me or if you have the death certificate and add it to her memorial. Also, for the middle name "Kenneth", which I have declined six time because of no documentation. If you have a copy of this military records you can also add them to his memorial. thanks!!!!
|Peggy Bargen Duey||RE: George Eppley edits|
I'm confused concerning Mary Elizabeth (Epley) Andrews because I can't find her on the census records with her parents. I believe that this family needs further documented research.
|Peggy Bargen Duey||George Eppley d. 1857|
It is a possibility that he was born and died in Middleton Township during that time, but it is not definite proof, therefore I am leaving it as it is. I know exactly where Cumberland County is since we spend 15 days back there this past July doing research and also in 2000.
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