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|Caleb May (#48330532)|
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For a long as I can remember family history has been an interest in my life. I have always enjoyed discussing family stories with relatives, doing genealogical research, visiting cemeteries and locations with family connections and taking pictures of tomb stones. When I discovered Find-A-Grave, I was naturally excited about its potential as a help in genealogy and maintaining family connections. The names in my family tree that I am most interested in are May, Henderson, Wilson, Hestand, Faulk, Thompson, Fry, and McCune. When I visit a cemetery to fill a picture request, I typically take pictures of gravestones that are nearby to see if those memorials need pictures later. When I find that a memorial has not even been created for those tombstones, I add a memorial. If you would like for me to transfer management of a memorial for your relative or close friend, please let me know. Thanks for making Find-A-Grave great!|
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|Kat||RE: Violet and Ruth|
You are quite welcome.
Added by Kat on Aug 13, 2016 9:48 AM
|Charles R. Villarreal||Hinton's|
Great photos! Appreciated
|Cheri Viles||Cora Byer photo|
Thank you very much for the photo of Cora's headstone. I apologize for the lateness of this thanks.
|L. Burnett||John Edward Losey|
RE: John Edward Losey
I have processed the edits. If you are a relative, I would gladly transfer admin of the memorial to you.----In reply:
Thanks for updating his memorial. Actually, I'm not related to this Losey family. I did a lot of research on this family because I do have a Losey family in Oklahoma that I am related to. The research was just to separate the two families. Both families had someone buried in Major County, Oklahoma. Old geneologist used to say if they carried the same surname and lived near to each other they were related.---that is not always the case.
|L. Burnett||John Edward Losey|
memorial # 129184565. I have left some updated information for him under your edit tab. [The edit tab under your own name is something that is a bit new. It makes things easier to edit. You will only see it on this message page if you are logged into findagrave. If you are not logged in do so. The edit tab should appear on this your message page. ( If it doesn't appear refresh this page by clicking on your own name at the left of this page.)]
|Familyღ✞||RE: Danial M. May and Cora May|
please add information to them
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Added by Familyღ✞ on Mar 27, 2015 4:23 PM
|Susan Sparks Leasure||Fink|
Thank you so much Caleb for this grave pic. Susan
|Prairie wind & her old salt/usnr||RE: Hannah Jackson Photo Request Problem|
I don't like leaving thing undone and the picture of Hannah Jackson has been weighting on my mind. You stated that she was there yet I could hot find her. So to night I did some searching and I think I might have found something. I was searching the online records for Riverview cemetery and I found where Hannah purchased plot 40-14-3 in 1915. This notation was by a woman named Josephine Jackson 1850-1917. I don't know if this means anything to you but the next time I am in McCook, I am going to check out plot 40-14-3. I will let you know what or if I find anything.
|Prairie wind & her old salt/usnr||Hannah Jackson|
I went by Riverview Cemetery today and there is no Hannah Jackson on the directory. If you can give me any other info, I will be than happy to help you. I also check the Memorial Cemetery and I believe it was the Saint James Cemetery which is next door to the Memorial Cemetery and there was nothing at either of them. I am so sorry.
|Anonymous||Hardy Byrne "Cap" McDonald|
Yes, there are two, but as in these when they are added on same day you look at the memorial number and you can see which was added first by that. Mine actually was added first. I think the problem is that theirs is in Gaines Co Cem in Seminole and mine in Gaines Co Cem in Seagraves. The obit states buried in Seagraves. Thank you.
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