|Luke Miller||RE: Dunlap|
Yes he did.
|Luke Miller||RE: Dunlap|
So there are pictures of the Chief but no entry on find a grave?
Affirmative on the M. and 181st.
|Michael Adams||Ella Murray|
Thank you very much for the transfer!!!!
|John Dersch||RE: Mary Ann Seeds LaFollette|
Thanks for your reply. I've not been able to find the date of death for Mary Ann (Seeds) LaFollette since there is no date of death on her tombstone and no death certificate that I can find. If you find more info I'd love to hear from you again. Thanks.
|John Dersch||Mary Ann Seeds LaFollette|
Dear A Friend, I am a descendant of Mary Ann Seeds LaFollette who is buried in New Harmony Cemetery, Vigo County, Indiana. I am wondering where you got her date of death as December 10, 1898. I have not been able to find this information in my research. This date is not on her tombstone. Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
|Luke Miller||RE: Frances Miller|
In case I forgot to tell you, Miller is the family members I know I am related to at Black. I am also related to the Setzer's, Dawson's, Price's and Dukes but am not sure if any are buried there.
|Kaye Webb||Betty Louise Spoonemore|
Looking for Burial place for Betty Louise Spoonemore. She was born 10 april 1936 and died in Charleston on 16 Nov 2007. she is a cousin. thanks for any help you can give me.
|Donna K. K.||Glen Hofmann|
Thanks for transferring my Uncle's memorial to me. There may be a few other family members in that same cemetery I would appreciate having transferred to me.
Keep up the good work of getting memorials made "for the record."
|Lynne Sherer Sitkiewicz||Margaret Ferris|
Thank you for the information on Margaret. I deleted her memorial from St. Mary's Cemetery.
|Evelyn McCoy White||Claudette Jewell|
I sent an edit that would connect her with her parents. Maybe when I sent that edit, something went wrong and tried to erase the husband. I looked at what I sent and it was trying to change her husband to unknown. I didn't have her husband's info and you helped me there. Do you know what happened to her father? My grandmother was communicating with her cousin Virginia, whose last name escapes me, but they were trying to find what happened to him. They stated after Exie died he just took off and they never heard from him again. I may have found him in 1940, possibly in prison but that was it. They also were trying to determine his birth information and I have that which solved a puzzle for them. It makes me sad that my grandmother had already passed when I got interested in genealogy.
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