|Mary Ploeger||Dewane Lee Stice|
Kimberly, I am trying to find out the name of your mother and is she the daughter of Robert Lee and Thelma Stice.
My e-mail address: email@example.com
Thank you so very much.
Added by Mary Ploeger on Aug 22, 2015 7:42 PM
|Mary Jane Presley (Leese)||#18010868|
Was she ever married to a Ralph Westfall? I noticed a Ralph in Arizona. Thanks!
Added by Mary Jane Presley (Leese) on Mar 19, 2015 11:20 AM
|Mary Ploeger||Robert Stice|
I am seeking information as to Robert and his wife had a son or daughter. So far I can't find anyone to help me with this question. Were you related to Robert and his wife? I appreciate any information you maybe able to give me.
Added by Mary Ploeger on Jan 31, 2015 5:34 AM
|chcobe||RE: Evelyn Hale/ Peggy Gilmore|
My condolences are sent to you and your family. Thank you for writing me back.
Added by chcobe on Oct 16, 2014 2:54 PM
|Robert Leroy Moffitt||RE: Robert Davison|
Thank you! I am very appreciative.
Added by Robert Leroy Moffitt on Apr 22, 2014 3:24 PM
|Homeward Bound||Davison Headstone Photo|
You took a picture of Virgil Davison in Shearer Cemetery, Braddyville, Page, Iowa. Could you possibly get another picture and the one that is posted is unreadable.
Added by Homeward Bound on Jun 23, 2013 10:15 AM
|Rick Wright||RE: Ezra Palmer|
I will contact you via regular email.
Added by Rick Wright on Mar 27, 2012 12:02 AM
|Rick Wright||RE: Ezra Palmer|
I'd gladly give you $20 for everything if they don't mean anything to you. I'm not sure who George Little was though there was a Little in the family a few generations before Trajan. I have to follow that line some more. Also, I'm not sure who RFD is. Maybe there is a clue in the text of the card.
Added by Rick Wright on Mar 24, 2012 2:35 PM
|Rick Wright||RE: Ezra Palmer|
Trajan Palmer 1826-1829 and his wife Mary Fisher 1829-1905 had 7 children. Ezra 1856- 1915 was child number 4. Ezrah and his wife Viola Wax b. 1867 had 4 children. Blanche b. 1897, Orville b. 1900,Johnnie b. 1902, Paul b. 1903. Trajan was my Great, Great, Great, Grandfather. His oldest Child Elmina, is my Great, Great, Grandmother. I would be interested in purchasing any artifacts you have from that family, Especially any photgraphs that might exist!
Added by Rick Wright on Mar 23, 2012 2:44 PM
|Lori Deible Chaffin||RE: Tyre Chaffin|
Thank you for posting Tyre's obit! And I do understand thing hiding in the inbox, happens to me a lot.
Added by Lori Deible Chaffin on Mar 16, 2012 6:05 PM
|Deborah (Baxter) Fink||RE: Joel Heckathorn|
Thank you so much for the transfer. It means a lot.
Added by Deborah (Baxter) Fink on Mar 15, 2012 9:28 PM
|Lori Deible Chaffin||Tyre Chaffin|
I was wondering if you would post the obit for Tyre on his Memorial. My husband is in Tyre's direct line and another family member had sent me the obit.
(*Please note I have copied this just as it was. The spelling of names was not a uniform thing till about 100 years ago, and I have found the Chaffin name spelled many ways.*)
Tyre's obituary which appeared in the Christian Index on May 16, 1878, page 6 states the following:
CHAFEN - Tyra Chafen, the subject of this notice was born in Rockingham county, Virginia January 23, 1797. At seven years of age he removed to Wilkes County, Ga. from there to Jasper County; married in August 1817 and removed to Henry county; was baptized August 1827, by Rev. George Daniel, into the fellowship of Zion Church, Newton County, and in 1828 he was ordained a deacon, in which office he continued until his death, which occurred March 25, 1878.
Brother Chafen was a devoted man, to his God, to his church, to his pastor and his family; always taking a decided stand against the fashionable vices of nominal professors, and in favor of the true and second determination to live right. He traveled several years as copartner in the Central Stone Mountains and Flint River Associations, gladdening the hearts of many with his gift books and his kind talk about a better world. Well does the writer remember when he used to come to his house with the little books for the children, and glad they were to get a new book.
The last several years of his life were spent in severe afflictions; his whole body and even his voice became paralyzed, and for years he remained helpless and to a great extent speechless; but he passed through it all without a murmur and is gone---his body to the grave, his spirit to the God who gave it.
Henry County, Ga May 5, 1878 J. T. Kimbell
Lori Deible Chaffin
Added by Lori Deible Chaffin on Feb 10, 2012 2:08 PM
Yeah! Then we are related... I'm going to send you an email later today. Hope we can share info. I have NO info on the Wilson's except for some notes I found that my grandma had said. It's written as though it was my grandma talking but I am 99.9% sure it's my dad's handwriting. Anyway, I'll email later. I'm so excited to get to know you.
Added by Crystal Havens-Casteel on Jan 03, 2012 1:37 PM
|Crystal Havens-Casteel||Andrew Lewis Wilson 20509258|
Are you related?
Added by Crystal Havens-Casteel on Jan 02, 2012 11:21 PM
|Kiddo Mitchell||RE: My Father's Grave|
Oh.. I'm so sorry! Well thank you for replying and thank you for the wonderful work you do.. we all appreciate it so much!
Have a nice evening!
Added by Kiddo Mitchell on May 09, 2011 11:05 PM
|Kiddo Mitchell||My Father's Grave|
My name is Andri Mitchell and I live in New Orleans. Last October we lost my father.. my mother passed away in 1990. I'm able to see her headstone where she is buried, however I wanted to inquire about possibly getting a picture of my father's grave. His name is Larry Olan Mitchell and he passed on October 30, 2010. His ashes are buried at Salem Cemetery in Cedarville, Ar. It would mean so much to me. Thank you for your time.
Have a wonderful day.
Added by Kiddo Mitchell on May 06, 2011 7:07 PM
|Karen Tolliver||Dessie Fine|
Thanks for the photo!!
Added by Karen Tolliver on Mar 01, 2011 7:58 PM
thanks for getting the photo for me.
Added by Tom B on Mar 01, 2011 7:22 PM
Added by Tom B on Mar 01, 2011 7:21 PM
Sorry to hear you being sick, I really do appreciate you helping me out so much. you are quite good and fast at doing things. thank you again so much.
Added by JHarrison on Jan 26, 2011 11:33 AM
would like to thank you very much for making the connections and adding the info. You are a very special person to do that and so fast. thank you again.
Added by JHarrison on Jan 26, 2011 10:45 AM
|Jane Stacy Eubanks||Thelma Hafford memorial|
You are very welcome! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Added by Jane Stacy Eubanks on Dec 21, 2010 8:24 PM
|N Winters||RE: Weeks cemetery pictures|
You are very welcome. Yes the stones are in bad shape. The Battles stone is very hard to read.
Added by N Winters on Sep 14, 2010 1:28 PM
|Vandy||Anderson, Lois in Manti|
I have been doing some family hunting and am familiar with Manti cemetery. I was looking up things about the Cutlerites Mormans.
On the membership list I found Shermans. And if you will note there is a L(ois)H. Sherman. That could be the "L.H. Sher" on headstone. What do you think?
Added by Vandy on Sep 02, 2010 10:44 AM
|Sara S.||RE: Clark Genealogy|
Thanks for your interest. Judging by your reply, I may have alot of info to share with you! In the 1990's a Clark genealogy was written by Nancy (Gubb) Frederick. It follows the descendents of John S. and Mary (Williams) Clark who came to Iowa from North Carolina via TN and IL during the 1820s-1830s. B.D. and Belfield had 5 or 6 siblings which are all included in the genealogy. I'll send you a regular email if that's alright? Talk to you then-
Added by Sara S. on Jul 01, 2010 12:17 PM