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Peace be Thine! (#47908607)
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Chris & Annette Watson
Was wondering if you could transfer to me, my Mother (#131514482 Betty Mae Thorne Watson) and Grandmothers (#109882308 Viola Retha Smith Thorne ) memorial page to me, Thanks Chris Watson Acct # 47156124
Added by Chris & Annette Watson on Sep 26, 2014 6:53 AM
Alan Hagy
RE: Wallace Earl Portner
I can't seem to find the original message for this, Can you please resend the details and i'll get it taken of.
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Alan Hagy
RE: Wallace Earl Portner
I need your contributor # in order to transfer
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Armstrong History
Flood Family - Livingston County, IL
Hi - I came across your info when I was doing searches for "Flood" in Illinois and was wondering if you are related? My mother was a "Flood". Thanks!
Added by Armstrong History on Oct 25, 2013 9:30 AM
Bonnie Ward Williamson
Photo on James Miller Tate's Memorial
I see you have placed a photo on James Miller Tate's Memorial Page. He lived 1810-1880 and is entered in Antioch Cemetery, Mill Shoals, White County, Illinois. The photo you have added is for John M. Tate 1853-1911, and his wife, Nancy. I'm researching James and wonder why this photo has been added to his memorial.

Thank you for your help.
Added by Bonnie Ward Williamson on Oct 24, 2013 11:11 AM
David Lee Zellers
RE: Lookabaugh's
Your welcome, Oakwood makes it easy with master source lists and maps located at the west entrance.. The larger of the two cemeteries, but both started burials about the same time. One in town one just outside of town. Kable Brothers weren't known for making mistakes when printing. Cemetery source lists are very old and have been available way before me.
Added by David Lee Zellers on Jun 30, 2013 6:55 PM
David Lee Zellers
After looking at master lists at both Plainview Cem. and Oakwood Cem. with officials, The Lookabaugh's you have articles for, the remains are interred in Plainview Cem., Oakwood Cem. records have Lookabaugh's: John D. Lookabaugh, Samuel Lookabaugh, Rachel Lookabaugh, Ronlette Lookabaugh, and Jacob Lookabaugh.. It appears your articles are wrong, memorials will remain unedited.
Added by David Lee Zellers on Jun 30, 2013 1:03 PM
David Lee Zellers
I will check Oakwood master of plots next time I am over there.. I am not saying you are wrong, but newspaper article known to be wrong too.. If it shows up on the master at Oakwood and I find the plot, I will edit it. Lists I went by in the book were burial records for Plainview.. I have Oakwood too.
Added by David Lee Zellers on Jun 14, 2013 5:33 AM
David Lee Zellers
Mt. Morris Past and Present by Kable Bros. 1938 second edition, lists Albert Lookabaugh Dec. 1929 as Plainview, Cem.... If he purchased plots placed markers at one cemetery and then was buried in another, how is that the contributors fault,..Its happen more than you know even with relatives having monuments in one cemetery and buried in another.
Added by David Lee Zellers on Jun 14, 2013 5:22 AM

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