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Peg (#46872172)
 member for 8 years, 1 month, 27 days
Cece Norman
Ruth Bryant
Thank you for leaving a flower at my Mama's grave. Ruth Bryant Reedmer. Did you know her or do this randomly? Thanks, Cece

Added by Cece Norman on Sep 25, 2013 1:34 PM

Ethel Bashore
Hello, I am doing a research project for the Mueller Museum in Decatur Illinois and I happened across Mrs. Bashore's name in our documents. It would appear that she was hired to aid women in the factory by taking any of their problems directly to management when the girls didn't feel comfortable. This is a fairly important step forward in my mind and I would like to find more about her and her position. I happened upon this site and that seems to be where my resources end. If you know anything about Ethel or her family, I would truly appreciate it if you could pass it along to me. Thank you for your time.

Added by Lauren on Sep 14, 2013 1:59 PM

Carol Lunsford Loftis
Burleson, Caroline E Dean
Peg.. While looking through Find a Grave, I noticed that you had left flowers on a few of the Burlesons that were connected to Caroline E Dean Burleson. I was wondering if and how you are related. I assume by the Burleson line. I'm on the Dean side. Caroline Dean married Jacob Burleson, buried in Cane Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Mitchell County, NC. It would be great to connect if we have any connections here. Thanks Peg.

Added by Carol Lunsford Loftis on Sep 08, 2013 11:01 PM

Shirley C McKenzie
RE: Martha Green Hall
Dear Peg. Sorry for now but none of those Halls fit the line I THINK I am researching. I am discovering that Hall can be a lot like Smith - and you know what that means! I believe Henry's ancestry goes back to Haywood County, TN where there were three Halls that I am loosely connecting: Hilliard Hall (who may have also lived in Roane Co, TN and two men whom I think are his sons - Alden and Robert. The last two came to Tippah County, MS; Alden just before 1850 & Robert seems to have followed shortly. Robert was Henry's father and he died after 1860 (not a sign of a grave) and the family scattered to the wind after that. I'm not very good at early records, so before 1850 is sketchy for me. But we might be cousins, so I wouldn't say we are finished with each other yet! Thank you and let's keep searching. s.

Added by Shirley C McKenzie on Sep 02, 2013 9:21 PM

RE: Sansing Cousin
Thanks Peg,
I am looking forward to hearing from you.

Added by Vickey on Aug 14, 2013 4:25 PM

Sansing Cousin
Would love to share info on family. My gggrandmother was Missouri Sansing from Mississippi.

Added by Vickey on Aug 07, 2013 9:33 AM

Margaret Webb
Amanda Temple memorial
I saw where you left flowers on Amanda Temple's memorial. I have added a picture of her monument.

Added by Margaret Webb on Jun 02, 2013 7:53 PM

Linda Wayman
Re: William Walton
I omitted the DOD, but not sure why. It was just one of those things. I'm glad you caught it. I added it. Thank you so much for all you do for F-A-G and especially for me. You are a gem.

Added by Linda Wayman on May 12, 2013 10:58 AM

Cheryl Diffee Wilkinson
RE: Diffees
I checked with my husband and his John Wilkinson and family didn't come to the US until after the War Between the States, about 1867, so no kinship there. Sorry.

Added by Cheryl Diffee Wilkinson on Apr 30, 2013 9:12 AM

Cheryl Diffee Wilkinson
RE: Diffees
Thanks for the explanation. My husband has some Wilkinsons in Indiana from 1867-1890. Are you on Do you have a John Wilkinson in your ancestry there?

Added by Cheryl Diffee Wilkinson on Apr 29, 2013 7:56 PM

Cheryl Diffee Wilkinson
Hi Peg - You've left flashing flowers on some of my relatives graves, so I'm wondering if you are related. Are you in the Diffee line from Somerville/Warren/Oakland area of Fayette County, TN? Thanks.

Added by Cheryl Diffee Wilkinson on Apr 28, 2013 5:17 PM

Shirley C McKenzie
Thank You
Peg, for your response. Martha Green Hall and her husband Henry W Hall both have lovely tombstones, so they must have had someone survive them. I hope I can find some descendant or an interested party to this family. Shirley.

Added by Shirley C McKenzie on Apr 10, 2013 8:20 AM

Shirley C McKenzie
Martha Green Hall
Dear Peg, You left flowers for Martha Green Hall b at Hill Crest Cemetery, Marshall County, MS. Are you connected to this family? I think her husband Henry was the brother of Thomas Hall, who married a relative, Nancy Adeline Cartwright, of Tippah County. I have been searching for this family for many years. Any information about any of these Halls would be very welcome. Shirley (Cartwright) McKenzie.

Added by Shirley C McKenzie on Apr 09, 2013 8:01 PM

Micheal Paul Delaney
North Sawba Cemetery......

In response to your suggestion/correction on spelling see this website...... has the history, a KNOWN burial list, Newspaper articles & more.

Also, I believe the full name of the cemetery is "North Chickasawba Cemetery" since it's located within the Chickasawba Township, refer to this website for additional info.....

......the website will come in handy for doing other cemetery and township research.

In closing, the actual Obit you are referring to is my Grandfather and there are a number of mistakes made within the text.....a corrected copy can be provided upon request......: )


Added by Micheal Paul Delaney on Mar 23, 2013 9:28 AM

Sherry Swanger
Hi Peg...this is Sherry Swanger...Robert's Sr. & Hannelore Swanger's daughter-in-law. I'm married to Robert Jr. We are trying to figure out who you are and how your related to Robert Sr. We would like to say Thank You for putting the information on his page. My e-mail address is Would love to hear from you.

Added by Sherry Swanger on Mar 13, 2013 9:20 PM

Sandy Mitchell
RE: Hornback
Thanks, Peggy. Sometimes I just run into dead ends but you never know.

Added by Sandy Mitchell on Mar 05, 2013 6:45 AM

Sandy Mitchell
RE: Eunice Smothers #35128785
Hi Peggy,
It was good to hear from you. I usually confine my picture taking to the Kansas side of the state line, however, I will look for Eunice if I happen to be at Floral Hills. That is a huge cemetery.

So, it looks like our great grandmothers were sisters. I have had very little luck finding information on my great grandmother's husband, Jacob James Hornback. If you would come across anything about him while searching your line I would appreciate it if you would share with me.


Added by Sandy Mitchell on Mar 03, 2013 9:26 AM

K. Quentin Bremmer
Walter Bashore
I noticed you had left a token on the memorial of Walter O Bashore (memorial 92880778) a few months ago, and thought you might like to know I added a tombstone photograph today.

Added by K. Quentin Bremmer on Jan 31, 2013 2:20 PM

Barbara Cleveland
Re Nellie O Able
I saw your request for Mary Etta Able. I was unable to find her (the office was closed) but I did stumble across Nellie and George Able, and you had left a tribute for Nellie - so I added their grave and wanted to let you know.

I will be back at Elmwood soon, and will do my best to get the other shot.

Added by Barbara Cleveland on Jan 06, 2013 12:50 PM

RE: Millie Bonds
Do you know any more about this family, Peg? Like who Wiley's father was or where he came from? Maude Irene Taylor, my Grandmother, has a father by the name of John J. Fisher. I need information on him like who his parents were and where they were born too. I can't locate him except on census records with my Grandmother Maude and family, and Lottie Lewis, his second wife, his death in Forrest City, ARK., and his marriage to Virgina Childers in Mississippi. His childhood and ancestry is a great mystery.

Added by Bethwriter7 on Dec 21, 2012 10:45 AM

Judi Pantano
David Rainbolt in Sanford Cemetery
Hi Peg -
You had sent me an email asking if I was related. Yes, he is my ggg-grandfather.

Added by Judi Pantano on Dec 16, 2012 7:54 PM

RE: George and Mary Ann O'Neal
Thank-you! I'd appreciate that!

Added by CarolynMMP on Nov 30, 2012 7:18 AM

Patrick Whitney
RE: Emil Ruppell
Never a problem, Peg. You are welcome, as always.

Added by Patrick Whitney on Nov 29, 2012 9:43 PM

George and Mary Ann O'Neal
Thank-you for making the Memorial for George C O'Neal and transferring both him and Mary Ann to me.I'm trying to gather the Family together so people can see there Family Tree for free, and this helps so much! I really do appreciate it!

Added by CarolynMMP on Nov 29, 2012 3:35 PM

Karen Kessler
Jeffery & Gregory Swanger
Peg, thank you for the story about these young brothers as I was trying to find out what happened to them. That was so sad.

I have transferred their memorials to you now.


Added by Karen Kessler on Nov 14, 2012 5:29 PM


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