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|Douglas Glenn Rohde (#47488079)|
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|Gerry Stanley||William Morris French, Jr.|
Memorial #83591676. Burial: Unknown. It appears that this stillborn child was buried at Center Valley Cemetery on #/31/30. This is according to Texas Death Certificate #13643. There is a good possibility that this grave is not marked. You might want to change this memorial to reflect this cemetery as the burial location.
|Bobby & Judy Liles||Thurmans at Payne Cemetery|
I have added photos for all the Thurmans. The 3 sons of Stephen & Bettie are in a row to the left of Bettie's stone. To the right is a large empty area. Stephen if buried here, does not have a stone. I have found that when the last spouse dies, they often do not get a stone or a death date. The others around them are the Tatums. I was wondering where did the name Elizabeth come from? I checked all the census and she was always referred to as Betty or Bettie, which is on her stone.
|alice hurst||Tolithac Perry Allen Hunter Cmt Wms. Co. Ill.|
Mr. Rohde, I saw your name on the memorial page for Tolithac Perry. I am looking for informstion on a Tolitha Bandy. She is my great grandmother's sister. My G. Grandmother was Elizabeth Bandy Mitchell Hurst buried in Franklin County Ill.
Do you know what Tolithac Perry's maiden name was?
Elizabeth Bandy mother & was father was Perrin & Letitia Rice Bandy from Tn & came to Illinois. Perrin & Letitia had several children & Elizabeth & her sister Tolitha was amonng those children. Does any of this match the history you may have of Tolothac Perry.
Thank you for any information you can give me. Alice Hurst
|Debbie Smith Shaffer||John Workman Jr|
While researching an ancestor in the Litton line, I came across the information that this person was married to Melinda Cox in 1811. She was widowed and then married Burton Litton in 1833. I think that would mean John Workman died before 1874. Can you please check your original facts and correct this? (See Melinda S. Cox Litton Memorial# 44002284)
Debbie Smith Shaffer
|Ancestor Archaeology||Ruhama Bass # 69193271|
Hi Douglas, I am researching Ruhama and can find no actual documentation that her maiden name was Price. Have you found anything? I DID find a marriage between a Ruhama Leonard and Nathan Bass - the record for Ruhama Price says she married a James Reeves. The marriages are 5 days apart - in Green KY - in 1796. I'm hoping you can shed some light on this. Thanks!
|Peggy ||Williams / Roye lines.|
Sorry to bother you...I had a computer crash and lost tons! I am trying to re-build..What a job. I know I had sent you alot of stuff...
I have been going thru 'Find-a-Grave' trying and it takes so long to start all over, Thought you might be able to help me.
I am planning on a visit soon to Texas and touch bases there
Thank for all you do, 'Your' memorials are great!
Added by Peggy on Jan 29, 2017 9:10 AM
|Bob Tilley||Joseph Swope Sr.|
Is Joseph Swope Sr. born 1707, buried in the Broad
Run cemetery, Monroe County WV? Thanks for any help.
|Earl Parkins||Thomas Alvin Atha - Athey # 135680728|
Hello Douglas, Are you aware that a 2nd memorial for the subject has been created under memorial # 597441165? I invite your response as I am descended thru the Perkins/Parkins line of his 1st wife. Thank you for your Find-A-Grave service.
|Marie Reynolds||Obit for C. A. Moll|
You had sent me an email about this obit, needing it to be transcribed. Here it is for you.
Cape Girardeau, Cape Girardeau County, Missouri
Tuesday, December 31, 1957
Transcribed by Marie Reynolds, Find A Grave # 48230229
C. A. Moll
Special to The Missourian
Advance -- C. A. Moll, 87 years old, formerly of Cape Girardeau County, passed away on Monday at his home at Pendleton, Ore., according to a message to a sister here, Mrs. R. M. Drum.
Mr. Moll was born near Millerville on April 18, 1870, and was a son of John Moll and Mary Estes Moll. He was know as Gus Moll. He went to Wallula, Wash. in 1906 and homesteaded a tract of land there, operating it until 35 years ago. At that time he moved to Pendleton and went into the oil business. He and his sons were still operating the business. his brother, Jesse Moll, also had homesteaded in Washington.
Mr. Moll married the former Miss Amanda Cowan of Cape County, and she passed away two years ago.
Surviving are two sons, Bern Moll and Fritz Moll of Pendleton, the brother Jess Moll, his sister, Mrs. Drum of Advance, two hal-brothers, Raymond Moll of Valley Park and Birch Boll of Sikeston and a half-sister, Mrs. Mary Spalding of Cape Girardeau.
Funeral services are to be conducted on Thursday at Pendleton.
|Mark Lindahl||John Burge Jones|
I got your request to transfer his memorial but I am a direct descendant and would rather not. I'll be happy to post whatever you need me to to his memorial. You may contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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