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|Angie B. Kaiser (#47442664)|
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Please let me know if any memorials that I have created have errors - I will be glad to make a correction. Most of the one's I have created, I have gotten the information from the markers I have photographed.|
If I have created a memorial of one of your ancestors and you would like me to transfer it to you, please let me know. I will be glad to do so.
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|Leah McConnell Randall||RE: Kelly & Nixon Memorials|
Thank you so much, Angie. You are a dear!
|Shelley Hill||RE: Fletcher Wyatt Brown # 67385150|
Thank you for your reply and offer. Fletcher is my dad's 4th Cousin 1x removed, I feel like that is not close enough for me to maintain control of it, as I know there are other researcher's who are more closely related to him.
|Shelley Hill||Fletcher Wyatt Brown # 67385150|
I am wondering if you really found the stone for Fletcher at Saint Michaels? I found his obituary at Newspapers.com and it states that he was buried at Oakwood Cemetery in Statesville. Which one is right?
|Northern Pike||RE: Phillips Family|
You're welcome. They are buried in Section 9 (back of the cemetery) in case you or your family ever need to know.
I was at the Barron Cemetery twice this week. Watched for Floy Koons as I walked the rows looking for another stone, but did not find his stone.
I did find two other Koons stones, that were side by side, Isabelle Henderson Koons and Helen Koons Davidson. Are you interested in photo of either of these stones?
Added by mjg on May 08, 2014 12:51 PM
|paulofannandale||Photo req. for Daniel & Mary Flynn|
Greetings, I have started to work on your photo request. The grave(s) for Daniel and Mary are listed in the cemetery records as EE-96-7C and EE-96-7D. EE is the section, 96 is the plot and 7 is the grave. The letters indicate that there are multiple burials within that single grave (at least 4 since they are up to "D"). Since they were cremated, it is possible. I found the grave EE-96-7 and the marker is for Max O. Rawlins (1 Sep 1905 - 30 Jun 1959). The office lists his grave as EE-96-7A. I did some research to see if I could connect him with the Flynns and found nothing. Currently, everything indicates they are in the same grave as Max but the grave is beside a large fountain complex with lots of plaques for cremated remains and I wonder if I should check around there. Can you shed any light on the situation? (The office won't give me any additional information since I am not family.) Thanks, Paul
|Michael Johnston Mayes||Lucy Cornelius|
I have corrected the date on Lucy's memorial page. Thanks for pointing out my mistake.
|UnkaDave||RE: Crum Family|
You are very welcome. I have had photo requests of my own fulfilled in Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee. I am simply "Paying it Forward". And... If it's not real muddy, buggy or snakey, it's fun to do. Have a great holiday weekend.
Added by UnkaDave on May 23, 2013 5:32 PM
|Kathi Lynn King||Maranich|
Hi Angie I knew there were Maranich on the request list but the dates didn't match so I knew it wasn't the you were looking for originally so I will let you know when I find more. Kathi
|Kathi Lynn King||Charles and Brunetta|
No I haven't come across them yet but I am about 1/3 of the way through the cemetery
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