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Judi Spencer (#46947057)
 member for 6 years, 10 months, 29 days
Armstrong History
Spencer Family
Hi - Hope to connect via email ( to share info about Mary Spencer and James Warrick. We are related through their son Thomas Warrick (1839 - 1908). I came across your contact info on the memorial pages for the Spencer Family Cemetery. Looking forward to hearing from you!

Added by Armstrong History on Aug 17, 2014 1:30 AM

Gregory S.
monroe Cem Mortons
I noticed you had 2 David Mortons (same dates) also do you ever add the family connections "links" to your postings? Just wondered. I like being able to go through several generations with just a click...could be nice. Hope all is going well.

Added by Gregory S. on Aug 13, 2014 9:41 PM

Deb Hayes-Wolfe
I'm not related either. I was helping Joe with his research on the 1903 circus train wreck.

I just discovered that John & Sarah are buried with Frank at Rising Sun.


Added by Deb Hayes-Wolfe on Jun 13, 2014 11:33 AM

Joe Verreau
RE: Tilley surname
Judi, Actually, I am not related. I took an interest in the fatalities from the 1903 Wallace Circus train wreck from which Frank Tilley sustained fatal injuries, as you probably know. There is a very nice memorial to those 28 individuals who died in that wreck. Since I live within walking distance of the cemetery where ten of those killed are buried I came across the memorial.

Added by Joe Verreau on Jun 13, 2014 10:54 AM

Sheila (Henrizi) Thurston
RE: Matson Family
Hey Judi, I got your e-mail and sent you an answer. Thanks, Sheila

Added by Sheila (Henrizi) Thurston on Jun 08, 2014 12:00 PM

Linda Davis
From what I found online, Bailey was ill early on in the world and it not see action.
....that is early on in the WAR! :)

Added by Linda Davis on Jun 02, 2014 9:27 AM

Linda Davis
RE: Bailey Family
From what I found online, Bailey was ill early on in the world and it not see action.

Added by Linda Davis on May 31, 2014 4:54 PM

Linda Davis
RE: Bailey Family
No, I am not related to any of those West Va graves that I registered on Find A Grave. Just doing some Historical Preservation.

I don't even remember the bio being posted by me for Pack family. You do see that it states that Walter H. Pack Family did the bio. The Walter H. Pack Family may have gone directly to Find A Grave to post it ...I don't know.

The National Archives does have a online search for Civil War units and where they were at a given time period. I will see what I can find and you get in touch with the Walter Pack Family who wrote the bio.

Added by Linda Davis on May 31, 2014 4:37 PM

cynthia mullens
RE: Beaver Magistrate District
Hi Judi,
I sent a more lengthy email to the address you provided. I don't know where your relative is interred for sure, but if you had only one day in the Craigsville area, I'd recommend you visit Buckle Cemetery, and Russell Cemetery to look.


Added by cynthia mullens on Mar 22, 2014 7:11 PM

Lisa Murphey-Ward
RE: Walthall surname
No ma'am, am not related.

Added by Lisa Murphey-Ward on Mar 22, 2014 3:11 PM

Barb McQueen
possible connection with you
Sorry I( forgot to mention that in your profile I noticed you are researching Johnson. My grandmother was Hallie Elizabeth Johnson who married Edward Snyder in Clay Co In. Is that any of your Johnsons?

Added by Barb McQueen on Mar 18, 2014 1:25 PM

Barb McQueen
Christina Snyder Dayton
She was my great grandfather, Andrew Snyder's older sister. He came from NY with she and her husband John Dayton. He stayed in Clay Co but she moved to Paris. I am searching for her dad's grandparents. I went to Paris and found that she had been dug up and moved to Pleasant Ridge Cemetery in Newman Twp, Douglas County Illinois. She was moved and re-located and buried with John Dayton and his 2nd wife and many of his children. I will scan the record for this and create a memorial if none exists at Pleasant Ridge. You should probably make a note that she was buried there and then relocated and tell where. Some researchers would not know that she had been moved.You should probably leave your memorial, so if anyone finds she was buried there, that is where they will expect to find info on her. I was told in Paris that this often happened when a man remarried and moved away. He would have his first wife dug up and buried with he and his next wife and any children living in that area. It was cheap to do back then. Can't imagine anyone moving someone now. Someone contacted me about her, this is why I want to straighten up where she is actually buried now. Thanks Barb

Added by Barb McQueen on Mar 18, 2014 1:23 PM

Barb McQueen

Added by Barb McQueen on Mar 18, 2014 1:14 PM

RE: Andrew Jackson Honaker
The sources are after each article. The first info I wrote from his death cert. The second article was given to me by Kathryn McVay and she got it from Beckley Post-Herald, February 18, 1970.


Added by Rhonda on Mar 15, 2014 11:42 PM

James Bianco
Eunice Morton
Hello, Eunice was accidently linked, she never married, as the profile states.

I am so sorry for the confusion!

Added by James Bianco on Mar 02, 2014 7:56 AM

Cheryl Behrend
RE: Behrend
Had a few in Cleveland area

Added by Cheryl Behrend on Feb 05, 2014 8:47 AM

Geraldine Barnett
RE: Caroline C. Cox
Judi, pleas check if I have corrected all requests. I don't have a Caroline or do you know where she is? I had taken Wallace (Lewis Wallace) marker so I put his dates on, as they weren't on marker. Thanks for all info. Related? I will transfer to you, geraldine

Added by Geraldine Barnett on Feb 03, 2014 5:20 PM

Gregory S.
RE: Coonrad
send me an email. I would be happy to send you a picture. Do you have one of Jerry Coonrad?

Added by Gregory S. on Jan 28, 2014 12:26 PM

Virginia Gal
Walthall surname
No kin :-)

Added by Virginia Gal on Jan 21, 2014 1:38 PM

Virginia Gal
Walthall surname
No kin :-)

Added by Virginia Gal on Jan 21, 2014 1:38 PM

Marilyn (Johnson) Burns
RE: Mays surname
Judi, my email response to you failed delivery. Basically, I have done no research on the MAYS line, but we may have a common ancestor in Ballenger (only a guess on my part). Sorry I cannot be of assistance to you on this line.

Added by Marilyn (Johnson) Burns on Jan 08, 2014 8:21 AM

Memorial #22579033
Harriet Warrick is the daughter of John Warrick and Harriet Cord Warrick. She was born July 23, 1865 and died September 23, 1866 according to my records. Do you have a picture of the stone or can you get one? Was your date from the stone? Please contact me at as this is my mothers account which I manage. Dawn

Added by Ramona on Nov 12, 2013 8:46 AM

jim gillis
herbert loren cox
never mind, guess this photo I took is Jr ??!! I created a memorial for him

Added by jim gillis on Oct 22, 2013 5:38 PM

Ronald A Case
Jessie Rigsbee
You put information on FindAGrave for the Jessie Rigsbee cemetery on the Duke campus. This Jessie Rigsby (Rigsbee) was my wife's 2nd great grandfather. His father was in the Revolutionary War.

Mary Rigsby (Rigsbee) would have been his wife. His mother was a Pickett and there is a William J Pickett buried there.

Since this was a family cemetery what would have been close to the house on the farm it would seem that the Rigsbys(Rigsbees) would have owned part of Duke campus back in the early 19th century.

Can you tell me if the Jessie Rigsbee cemetery has any tombstones?

Ron Case

Added by Ronald A Case on May 19, 2013 3:18 PM

Ans. to your message to me :)
Hi, Judi,

I will follow this with an e-mail,but I wanted to let you know I am VERY interested in the book. The author was a cousin, but I don't think there's a "common name" for our relationship. One of her grandparents and Mom's grandfather were half-siblings. I used to chat family history with Marcia and another sister of those grands, via mail, phone, and visits. Marcia gave me some photocopied notes around 1975, but I'm sure the book has much, much more.

Thanks for the offer! E-mail to follow.

Added by JanisCJ on May 07, 2013 5:22 PM


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