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|Patsy Conlon||Hattie A Bush Kiser|
Thank you so much for the edit. It is much appreciated. :)
|James Dean Toland||Evelyn Lavelle McSpadden Farmer|
Can you please update the parents for memorial 156717860 to show the below?
It wouldn't let me use the relationship edit request because someone already has one pending, so I wanted to be sure this is what was pending your action. Thank you!
|sle||RE: Don and Mozelle Landry|
Thank you for letting me know of the photos. I am way behind in my e-mails and just found that one.
Again, thank you.
Added by sle on Apr 22, 2017 1:18 PM
|Tim Allen||Raymond Mohundro, 158307797|
Would you be willing transfer Raymond to me? He is my cousin and I manage his parents and grandparents who are also my grandparents.
|Bryan Anderson||Marvin H. Brumley|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the History and Roster of the 355th Infantry, Marvin H. Brumley was a member of this unit.
I'm not exactly sure where I'm going with my project, but I want to eventually publish something. So, with your permission, I would like to use your photograph of the grave of Marvin H. Brumley (Find A Grave Memorial# 158047703). Please let me know if this would be acceptable.
Thank you, I appreciate your time.
With warm regards,
|Tim Hawkins||A. Edmonson|
Check memorial number 157269769. You have a headstone picture of someone named Skinner on this memorial. I don't think it belongs here.
|Shirley M. Strickland||Thelma Jean Donahower Brenning|
Thank you again for accepting my edits for Thelma. One more edit acceptance and the family will be together.
That makes me happy.
|Shirley M. Strickland||Ronald Lee Donahower|
Thank you for accepting my edits and posting them so quickly.
|Randall Brown||Allen grave|
I zoomed in on the Allen grave and posted it and the wide shot too. Please be sure to change the locations. You got confused between the town of Shell, WY, and Shell Creek in Sweetwater County where the graves are located.
|Randall Brown||RE: Robert Davidson|
Glad you like the photos. I can add a picture of the Allen grave there, too. I can zoom in on his grave.
The cowboy who built the fence apparently tipped the flat stones on edge over the graves. Looks strange that way. I am sure he found them lying flat and for some reason thought it a good idea to put them on edge.
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