|Tom Hughes (#47996919)|
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I am researching my family history for the following surnames: Hughes, Breland, Peirce, Wilson and Doughty. My ultimate goal is to trace my Hughes and Breland lines back to Europe.|
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|Lisa Squared||RE: Auvin|
We are going back over today so we will try and find her and Auvin! Have a great day.
We will walk through section P tomorrow and I will take a new picture. Maybe his marker is there since this picture of Mary's was taken.
|Lisa Squared||Auvin Hughes|
Was Auvin Hughes married to Mary Evelyn Hughes? If so her marker is in section P and it look like there should be a marker on the other side. Could Auvin's marker be missing?
|Phil Clark||Thomas Harrington|
Thanks for the Photo.
|John Weaver||Relation to Auvin Hughes|
Hi Tom, Are you related to Auvin James Hughes
(July 28, 1914 - November 18, 2013) ? He was my grandmothers younger brother. My grandmother was Floy Hughes Patterson. Thanks, John
|Ace||Grogan Family at St. Mary's in Streator, IL|
Hi! I have posted photos for John and Bridget Grogan. There are no names or dates on the monument, but this is the only unmarked Grogan grave marker.
1. John J. Grogan, January 28, 1940
2. Mary Grogan, 1846 - 1933
I searched the entire cemetery today, and with the exception of a few unreadable grave markers, these are all of the Grogan graves I could find.
If you create memorials for John & Mary, please add a photo request and I will post the photos that I took today.
Added by Ace on May 28, 2014 6:51 PM
|chuck gelm||RE: Willa Lillian Murray Breland|
"I wonder why there is no marker for her there?"
If you use the link above and search the database for section 2 and lot 34, you will see that the
funderal director was in Columbus. Columbus is about
50 miles to the East of Dayton/Kettering. Of the other 2 burials, 1 was from Massachusetts and the other unknown. One may assume that the distance
had something to do with a marker never being
I recommend searching Columbus, Franklin County,
Ohio, for information on Willa Breland.
|Mary Ann Lee||Beryl Young|
I have transferred your aunt to you since I am not related. If you have other relatives at Memorial Park that I manage, let me know and I will be happy to transfer.
Thank you so much for fulfilling my request of a photo of Charles Sidney Holleman's tombstone.
Thank you so much to taking a photo of P N's grave. I appreciate your taking time to do this for me! It means a lot.
Added by wwy on May 28, 2013 10:17 AM
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