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|All of the memorials that I have added and maintain are related to me. I also volunteer to take pictures for others that are not in the area. I greatly appreciate those that also volunteer to take photos for those that otherwise might not be able to ever make it to the cemetery to take their own photos.|
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|wandajoy ||RE: Thank you!|
Happy to be a blessing, your loved one is back in his families care.
Added by wandajoy on Apr 26, 2016 7:27 AM
I did some research on Otto today. Although he dies in Orange County, CA, his death certificate states that he was sent to Milwaukee, WI for burial. He is not buried in California and a memorial should not exist here. Findagrave will delete all cemetery listing with the title "Don't Know". The original death certificate is in Vol 6, 1914-1917 on familysearch.org. However, it is only searchable and not indexed so it is time consuming to find. I have made a copy of it, and will send you a message through edit function on Otto's memorial. You can then send me your email privately and I will attached the death certificate. Chris
Added by macso on Apr 25, 2016 9:09 AM
|Donna Bixler-Simpson||Duplicate memorial|
Not sure if you are checking your edits, but thought I would try again here. Your memorial #124714580 for Raymond Tarango is a duplicate and should be removed to avoid confusion. See memorial #106420674.
|Teri Forsyth||RE: Same Cemetery|
Thanks for looking. Guess it is not there anymore
|Jerry C. Goldsmith||Henry C Lewis|
My brother Charles and I grew up with Henry (Hank) Lewis and my grandmother, Etta (Mama Lewis) in Globe AZ in the late 40s and early 50s. I remember as a young boy that Minnie visited us in Globe, but I did not know who she was.
|Teri Forsyth||Same Cemetery|
Hi I think we have the same cemetery only listed under different names. The "Ford/Secoy Cemetery" is the title the Monroe County Historical Society in Paris Missouri call it. You can see it under cemetery lookup.
Some people have gone out and taken pictures of it and it has pictures of some of the headstones. Originally it was Peter Ford's land back in 1835 and they lived and died and were buried on it. More joined, but then newer cemeteries were built and they quit adding to the cemetery.
Maybe it could be combined under one name so it is not confusing. The Historical Society is putting it on their maps and listing it in their publications.
all the best,
|June Ford||ford family|
I know that your Fords are descended from Pierre Faure, and so many of our Ford connections are suggestive of the same family but I can't find a connection! This is just grasping at straws, but my husband's g-g-grandfather John Ford was b. abt 1801 KY & married Delilah Tevis in Clark Co in 1822. They and Jared Pierce Ford & his wife Elizabeth (I think Betsy Campbell) went to Decatur Co Ind very soon after John & Delila's marriage, and started the first Methodist Church. Delila/Deliah was from Madison County KY, and Betsy Campbell m. Jarret/Jerad Ford there in 1816. There's more, but if none of that shows up in your records you wouldn't be interested - & I wouldn't be surprised. I will say that John & Delilah ended up in Morgan Co MO by 1850. Thanks for your reply....
He is buried with wife, Mary Wensley McCray, whose prior husband was T. M. Durham.
Clyde's Death Certificate lists Luther as his father and Maggie Green as his mother.
|Teri Forsyth||RE: Tirey Harris Ford & Elizabeth Wilson Collins|
The pictures are on the find a grave if you can "save as" and copy it to your computor. I only have a public address for you and cant send you pictures through this site only your email. Will be happy to send you what I have though.
|June Ford||ford family|
I think my husband's Fords are related to yours, but after years of trying to track down id of his g-g-g grandfather I'm still stymied! Have the book on Faure/Fore/Ford, & lots of questions! If you should have access to more documents than are included in the book, I would like to hear from you.
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