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Judie (#47167442)
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Bio Photo I've always had interest in old cemeteries. As a young girl I had recorded all the names in a local cemetery into a notebook. I assumed it was thrown away, when I moved from home. Since then, my military & family life had taken up most of my time. Now that I'm retired, genealogy research led me to FAG and now another interest had taken over my life, just kidding. I belong to a local historical association and one of our duties were to record all the names in our parish's cemeteries. I have so many interests/hobbies there's not enough time in the day it seems like.
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Kate Davidson Beale
Thank you so much for taking the photo of Kate's gravestone. I appreciate you do it so promptly!
Added by Magnolia on Sep 18, 2017 9:19 PM
RE: Dominician Sisters
I sent all the obits as I found them via the Suggest option.
Added by SWL on Sep 14, 2017 8:57 PM
Jim R Maddox
Thanks so much for the volunteer photo.

Added by CJ on Sep 11, 2017 4:10 PM
RE: Lipscombs in Greenlawn Cemetery
The date can be easily corrected. However, I took the dates straight from records.
Added by Cynthia on Sep 01, 2017 8:13 PM
RE: Dominician Sisters
On the nuns that I am finding obits for, would you consider putting their work history/schools in the bio part? It would help people who are looking for a nun that taught them.
Added by SWL on Aug 27, 2017 10:02 PM
RE: Dominician Sisters
I still have more informaton to add. I started getting cross-eyed last night. This all started because I was trying to find information on the Dominican nuns who taught at the elementary school my husband went to as a child, I did not plan to do a full research project on the cemetery.
Added by SWL on Aug 27, 2017 1:42 PM
Christian Bilger
I have not been able to locate him on any records either and was grasping at straws when I say your submittal on his memorial.

I have been assisting in locating the Confederate solders burials in Louisiana and those serving in Louisiana but buried in other states. This cemetery was previously called the Clinton City Cemetery and had a large section of burials of solders who died in the hospital here Locals changed the name a few years ago to the Clinton Confederate Cemetery - with all the hoopla going on now days it is now named the Clinton City & Confederate Cemetery. Wish it could be corrected on the Findagrave

Thanks for responding
Added by ellcg on Aug 06, 2017 4:00 PM
christian Bilger 22508127
I see that you placed a memorial flag on this site - can you tell me what his service record was. Thanks in advance
Added by ellcg on Aug 04, 2017 1:39 PM
Orville M. Boyce #45818422
Orville M. Boyce's middle name is not McDowell as listed in the header.
The tombstone reads only Orville M.Boyce.
The father of Orville, Orland Boyce married 2X and both wives were given named Elizabeth.
Orville Boyce & Libbie McConnell were married 2/24/1879 in Ft. Ann Washington NY as reported in local newspaper & appear as a couple at 1880 NY census time.
Orville M Boyce on his WWI Draft lists birthdate as 8/5/1889 and he appears in h/h of Orlando & Elizabeth at 1892, 1905 & 1900 census.
Wife #1 to Orlando,Elizabeth McConnell died 1920 & is buried Morningside Cemetery, Hartford, Washington NY. See memorial #66570415. Orlando & Elizabeth [McConnell] Boyce had children Mary C, Daisy & Orville.
Sometime in 1920 or after Orlando married as his 2nd to Elizabeth McDowell, who survived Orlando and died in 1929. This was an "old age" marriage & there were no children. /s/gladys boice
Added by Boice on Jun 21, 2017 4:25 PM
Angie Hertzberg Martin
RE: SELA Veterans Cemetery
So true! Seems like we are losing so many too quickly. Thank you for your work out there, too!
Added by Angie Hertzberg Martin on Jan 22, 2017 5:40 AM
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