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Linda (#46890552)
 member for 9 years, 4 months, 16 days
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Michelle
Rev John King
Hi,

On memorial 27555092, you left a note saying you hoped to connect to this family, as you believe your 3x great grandfather was related. Did you find your connection? These folks are my ancestors.

Michelle

Added by Michelle on May 12, 2015 2:02 PM

Linda Dukes
RE: Francis Patrick Berry
The info I got says he was buried in Highlandville, the stone in Berry is a "memorial stone"

Added by Linda Dukes on Mar 11, 2015 7:35 AM

Paul V. Isbell
James Tubbs
Hi Linda, no I am not researching the Tubbs line. I just do posting of my findings:
Here is all I have on Tubbs in my book:

Tubbs, Anzie B. 18665155 b. Apr. 12, 1921 d. Mar. 31, 2003 NewCasteel-Obit-Family: Mr. Tubbs was born April 12, 1921 in Widener. He was a retired electrician, plumber and carpenter.He is survived by four sons, Anzie B. Tubbs Jr. and Roy Lee Tubbs, both of Detroit, Mich., Bennett Tubbs of Mesquite, Texas and Kenneth Tubbs of Forrest City; a daughter, Barbara Smith of Lake View Terrace, Calif.; a sister, Lucy Johnson of Detroit, Mich.; 13 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

Tubbs, Eddie-27 Apr 1939-Feb 1986-SSDI

Tubbs, Edie Sims Mrs. age 15 H-474 Husband:> Tubbs Jim 21 M.1898-04-17

Tubbs, James 52160383 b. unknown d. Dec., 1896 -Unknown-Obit-Widener-A man named James Tubbs died from smallpox about 3 miles north of Widener, last Monday. Some three weeks ago, Tubbs rode a car with a woman who went to Surrounded Hill, and there died from that dreaded disease. Precaution has been taken to prevent it's spread. FC Times1-10-1896

Tubbs, Jim age 21 M.1898-04-17 Wife:> Sims Edie 15 H-474

Tubbs, Pam-1976-Hughes HS

Tubbs, Tammy-1980-Hughes HS

Good hunting!
Paul Isbell

Added by Paul V. Isbell on Mar 09, 2015 7:15 PM

Paul V. Isbell
RE: James Tubbs
All I found was the obituary for James Tubbs in the newspaper in 1896.
1-10-1896 - Tubbs - Jas. - - Widener-A Man Named Jas.Tubbs Died From Smallpox About 3 Miles North Of Widener, Last Monday. Some Three Weeks Ago, Tubbs Rode A Car With A Woman Who Went To Surrounded Hill And There Died From That Dreaded Disease. Precaution Has Been Taken To Prevent Its Spread.

I am not working on more on the family.
Good Hunting.

Added by Paul V. Isbell on Feb 24, 2015 6:57 AM

Paul Renfro
RE: Winnie Tubbs Renfro
The death certificate shows middle name as Elizabeth. It indicated she was married. The informant was C.O. Renfro.

Added by Paul Renfro on Feb 23, 2015 3:55 PM

Jerry Owen
RE: Martha Jane Street Jackson
Linda,
I may not be related to Martha Jane Jackson. But, go ahead and make the request for a change from her memorial, and I will correct it.
Jerry W. Owen
Ripley, MS

Added by Jerry Owen on Jan 26, 2015 9:38 PM

Pauline DiSipio
RE: Pagano Ancestry
Hello,

I have not yet linked Girolamo Pagano #139378610 to other Pagano Family members in FindAGrave. There is another Girolamo James S. Pagano who was born 1865 and passed away 1951 or 1952 in Pueblo, Colorado. His Grandson Jim is Godson of my Aunt Rena and Uncle Dominick Capozzola.

I am related through marriage of family members, and the relationship is distant, but enough to have the Pagano Family as part of my ancestry.com Tree.

The Pagano Family is from Lucca Sicula, Agrigento, Sicily, Italy. Is your Pagano family from that location?

Pauline

Added by Pauline DiSipio on Jan 19, 2015 6:17 PM

LV BRMNS
RE: Disregard Previous Question
MEMORIAL PLAQUE GIVES BIRTH DATE AS SEPT. 25, 1928. HOPE THIS HELPS YOU UPDATE THE MEMORIAL.

Added by LV BRMNS on Nov 22, 2014 7:31 AM

Genealogy Lover
Iva Berry
Thank you for the information! I've updated the bio to include the correct spelling on Iva's mother.

Added by Genealogy Lover on Nov 18, 2014 2:16 PM

Connie Denihan
RE: Clarified
Wow - a whole lot of bad info on all of it. I will get back with you in a few days. I am packing to leave for 3 weeks to go to our summer home, so let me get back to you next week or so. I have my things documented and sourced. That is one of the reasons I don't like Ancestry. Talk to you soon.

Connie

Added by Connie Denihan on Jun 25, 2014 2:58 PM

Carolyn Shumaker
RE: Rose Bell King Miller
Rose Bell King Miller is my grandmother she was the mother to George Miller.

Carolyn Shumaker

Added by Carolyn Shumaker on Apr 08, 2014 10:06 AM

warren lake
sidney earl laramore
dear linda i hope you can help me as i am in south east london makes searching even harder my grandfather was sidney earl laramore born 1907 passed 1948 in el paso he was born in cleburne texas during ww2 he met my grandmother and had a baby girl my mother joan laramore lake we have very little info on him and would love a photo as we dont even know what he looks like i know he came from a large family his parents were dora and william lively laramore his obituary said he had a daughter called annette and a ex wife called barbera i have searched for months trying to chase them but i hit a brick wall every time i try to get a photo of him would be priceless and make me and my mum so happy if you can help me i would be so grateful if you cant then thank you anyway for reading this sidney earl laramore born aug 18 1907 passed jan 27 1948 ww2 674 air material squadron sept 1 1942 sept 18 1945 serial number 39533695 buried in hillcrest thanks linda regards warren lake

Added by warren lake on Apr 03, 2014 11:59 AM

William Brackett
James William Best
You left flowers for James William Best in Cass county, IN. Are you related. I am trying to find information on his marriages.

Added by William Brackett on Feb 13, 2014 5:26 PM

Sandi
Idea
Send me some names as I have Terry's but not sure if they would be the right one , poss dates if you have any. You can send it through to my email

Added by Sandi on Feb 06, 2014 2:16 PM

Sandi
Idea
Thank you. I am related to the High line through the Holland line. Funny you were so close, I live 5 miles from San Bernardino.

Sandi

Added by Sandi on Feb 06, 2014 1:05 PM

Sandi
Idea "Dena" High #36141335
Hi Linda
I was wondering if you would transfer her over to me, she was a first cousin but I have information to add, would really appreciate it. I know some are strict with the transfer.

My member #is 47159889

Thank you for your time
Sandi

Added by Sandi on Feb 01, 2014 4:27 PM

Michael Fordyce
RE: Fordyce Photo
The Civil War photo of William Henry Fordyce was sent to me by Connie (Fordyce) Mock one of my father's cousins.

Added by Michael Fordyce on Nov 16, 2013 12:26 PM

Michael Fordyce
RE: William Fordyce
Linda, you left this message a couple of years ago, and I had not noticed it sorry. I would love to have Death Record or Obit that you have for William H. Fordyce. You can e-mail me at fordycem@sbcglobal.net. Would love to hear any family info that you may have. With my grandfather passing away 33 years before I was born, and not living near any Fordyce relatives, I have little or no family information. As I have grown old and gray I have started to collect what little information that I can. Thanks for the note, and help along the way with my error on the memorial!
Take Care - Mike Fordyce 661-252-2190

Added by Michael Fordyce on Nov 16, 2013 12:23 PM

Mary Birge
Mary E. Berry
I am a great grandaughter of Mary Elizabeth Frazier Berry and George W. Berry. George W. Berry is not buried in a government cemetery and he has no gravestone. My aunt who was a grandaughter of George told me she had seen the place he was buried and there was a big brown rock but years ago the government moved the cemetery to make way for the navigation channel and nobody has been able to find the cemetery since. So he is buried somewhere near Catoosa Oklahoma. George served in the Civil War and he lived in Missouri but was not granted a pension which he did apply for but was turned down.

Mary M. Birge

Added by Mary Birge on Nov 14, 2013 4:14 PM

G. L. Braswell
Floyd Cemetery- Spanns & Lagrones
Linda,
Would you consider transferring the following grave memorials to me. (46823540).

Bryant Cicero Spann (56805429) my great grandfather
Amelia Jane Armstrong Spann (56805516)my great grandmother.
Alma Lee Spann LaGrone (56805214)my grandfather's sister.
Leroy Lagrone ( 56805165) my grandfather's sisters' husband.

Thank You,
G.L. Braswell

Added by G. L. Braswell on Nov 08, 2013 8:38 AM

Jan Smock
Johnson Bixby & Eunice Bixby
Hi Linda ~ Wondering if you are related to the Johnson & Andella Bixby line, buried in Whitney Cemetery south of Spartansburg, PA? Johnson's mother, Eunice Bixby, is my 3rd GtGrMother. I had her broken gravestone repaired & reset there several years ago. Would like to exchange Bixby info/photos with you. My email is WildBillHk@aol.com. Looking forward to hearing from you. Jan Smock

Added by Jan Smock on Oct 19, 2013 11:36 AM

OPPSheryl
RE: Clarence King
Hi Linda,

Dawn and I have been working on Clarence. Her information is correct. Sorry about that!!! Two Clarence Kings, born about the same time in the same place. So confusing!!

Thanks!
Sheryl

Added by OPPSheryl on Oct 16, 2013 6:44 AM

Dawn Comstock
RE: Clarence Edward King
The other person helped me find where Clarence's father Earl was buried. I also sent her the conflicting info I found on ancestry. There are obviously two Clarence Kings in Indiana. One divorced and living with Harold & Lina in Indy in the 1940 census and the other with wife Nellie/children in North Manchester in the 1930/1940 censuses. I sent this conflicting information to her last night. She is a pretty good sleuth so she will verify the correct info.

Added by Dawn Comstock on Oct 16, 2013 3:25 AM

Dawn Comstock
RE: Clarence Edward King
No I am not related to Clarence. I am doing work in the records for Fairview cemetery where his mother is buried. Found the story of his father's murder in Logansport interesting.

Added by Dawn Comstock on Oct 15, 2013 8:12 PM

Diane Lyons
Lewis Eltzroth
Hi Linda! I see where you left a flower on the page for Lewis Eltzroth, who is buried in the Mississinewa Cemetary in Wabash Co., IN. He is my 2nd gr-grandfather. His daughter Julia, who is mentioned in his information died in 1902. Her married named was Hudnall. I understand that she and her parents were buried in a small country cemetery, and then later moved and interred here due to some dam project. Yet, I can't find where she is buried and she's not listed on this site. Any ideas? Thanks!

Added by Diane Lyons on Apr 30, 2013 1:13 PM

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