|Beverly Joe Vaughn||Vera Estelle Key|
I ran across the pic on Vera's memorial page, do you know the story behind it. It is a hauntingly beautiful picture. I'd love to know more about the pic and her.
Thanks so much, Bev ~:}
Added by Beverly Joe Vaughn on Aug 23, 2013 10:08 PM
|Susie||Alice Dean Roberts|
I am kin to Alice and would love to know if you have any information on her from her daughter's book. Also on her daughter's "Find a grave" page you have listed John's mother as the mother instead of Alice. Thanks for your work on Find a Grave.
Added by Susie on Aug 05, 2013 4:27 PM
|Martha Jeschke||Rama Oakes|
Rama is my great-grandfather on my father's side. His name is Birch Crockett. His mother is Susan Elizabeth Oakes. She had a brother names Archie, and I think sisters Cora, man, I can't remember one it rhymes with Cora...I have it written somewhere. I would appreciate if you could contact me. Thank you.
Martha Crockett Jeschke
Added by Martha Jeschke on Aug 05, 2013 5:31 AM
|Paul Schonstrom||Mildred Mila Lynn Senter|
You had left flowers for my memorial to Mila Senter who was my great-grandmother. Your's is the first reference that I have seen to the name Mildred Lynn. Old family records and other on-line info I have found always refer to her as Mila - undoubtedly a nickname. Lynn looks more like her middle name but Lynn is also possibly a surname. Do you have any references or documentation regarding Mila? Mila has been my brick wall for years and I'd appreciate any help I can get.
Added by Paul Schonstrom on Aug 01, 2013 12:20 PM
|Anna Schultheis Bertram||BUTTRAM, BERTRAM, etc.|
First of all let me tell you I am originally from Tulsa, OK! Secondly, I am married to a Bertram (another spelling of the Buttram surname) and have been researching the family and its many branches for almost 30 years. I appreciate your taking the time to fil me in on your grand uncle. Did you know there have been over 30 spellings of the Buttram surname?
I will add you to my list of Find-A-Grave friends.
From: Charles Robin Rauch
KENNETH REUBEN BUTTRAM IS THE NEPHEW OF NORAH ESTELLA BUTTRAM. NORAH WAS FIRST MARRIED TO MY GRAND UNCLE, CHARLES HURLEY ROBBINS. CHARLES DIED IN NEW MEXICO AT AGE 29 FROM TUBERCULOSIS. NORAH WAS THE DAUGHTER OF JOHN MICHAEL BUTTRAM AND NANCY ELLEN SMITH BUTTRAM AND NORAH WAS THE BROTHER KENNETH REUBEN WAS THE SON OF REUBEN ELIJAH BUTTRAM AND KENNETH REUBEN WAS THE SON OF REUBEN ELIJAH AND THET HOLT. I SHOW ALSO THAT REUBEN ELIJAH WAS MARRIED TO EDNA MARVEL BANKS.
AFTER THE DEATH OF CHARLES HURLEY, NORAH MARRIED DANIEL MIZER AND MOVED TO IDAHO. ON THE DAY THAT NORAH AND DAN MARRIED, THE TWO SONS OF CHARLES & NORAH WERE ADOPTED BY DAN. THEY SONS WERE JAMES DALE ROBBINS/MIZER AND PAUL "BUD" ROBBINS/MIZER. ALL ARE NOW DECEASED.
NORAH, MICHAEL BUTTRAM AND NANCY ELLEN WERE ALL FROM THE PEA RIDGE, BENTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS AREA.
I SHOW THAT KENNETH REUBEN HAD A SISTER NAMED THELMA LORENE BUTTRAM (1922-1978). NO MORE DATA ON HER, HOWEVER.
ON ANCESTRY.COM I SHOW THAT KENNETH REUBEN BUTTRAM MARRIED A "GLADYS M. SOMSEN (1923-1978)". THIS GLADYS IS SHOWING PARENTS OF FRANK MARION SOMSEN AND GLADYS MARIE MARSHALL SOMSEN.
I AM NOT SHOWING ANYTHING FOR A GLADYS GREEN OR A SON NAMED LENNY BUTTRAM.
HOPE THIS INFORMATION MAY HELP! GOOD LUCK!!
CHARLIE, TULSA, OK.
Added by Charles Robin Rauch on Jun 13, 2013 10:59 AM
Added by Anna Schultheis Bertram on Jul 16, 2013 3:23 PM
|sceaminscott64||Little Flock Cemetery|
I believe that about a year ago you supplied me with several photos of headstone from the Little Flock Cemetery of George Stockton and his wives. Do you happen to know if there are any of George's children buried there also? Maybe Lorene Edna Mosher, Donald Gene Stockton, or Floyd Marshall Stockton???? If you have any additional photos or insight I would appreciate your help.
Added by sceaminscott64 on Jun 24, 2013 10:17 PM
|Ed Seela||Seela Information|
Thanks for the information. I will go through it. My email address is on my page. If you will email me your address, I will send you my entire Seela file (if you wish). I think I had your address at one time, but have lost it.
Added by Ed Seela on Jun 23, 2013 3:43 PM
|Lisa Upton||RE: PANSIE/PANSEY JEWEL WILLIAMS|
Pansey is my great-grandmother through her daughter Claire Bernice Crowley.
I live about 2 hours from Rockland. I just made the yearly trip to the cemetery to place flowers on the Crowley and Barron graves there.
It has been difficult trying to find an obituary or burial record for Pansey. She is not buried in any of the Lancaster cemeteries nor is she buried with her husband at Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier, CA. I'm thinking maybe she is buried in either Oregon or Idaho.
If you are able to find anything please let me know!
Added by Lisa Upton on Jun 18, 2013 12:51 AM
|Lisa Upton||Pansey Williams Crowley|
Hello! I saw the flowers you left on Pansey's memorial page. Her number is 101271575. How are you related to Pansey? I have had one heck of time trying to find out where she is buried!
Added by Lisa Upton on Jun 17, 2013 1:03 PM
|Anna Schultheis Bertram||BUTTRAM|
I saw your note on the memorial page for Kenneth Rueben "Hatch" Buttram. I am looking for information on a Rueben Buttram who married Gladys Green and had a son named Lenny Buttram. Do we have a match? Thanks for your time. I will really appreciate a reply either way.
Anna Bertram, Find A Grave #47006901
Added by Anna Schultheis Bertram on Jun 12, 2013 7:28 PM
|Jeanne Muetzel||George Frazier Wood|
thank you that does help. Yes, William and Nettie Wood did have an earlier son who died at age six. His name was Richard Lapham Wood. He was born 14 September 1899 and died 25 October 1905. I think Ancestry is correct in this case. George and Henrietta are buried adjacent to William and Nettie, Richard and Nettie's parents so that seems logical. I have one more Wood male to track down. Frank A. S. Wood (born June 13, 1895 and died June 3, 1886). He too either is the son of William J. Wood or his brother, John S. Wood. Thank you for your help.
Added by Jeanne Muetzel on May 27, 2013 6:21 AM
|Jeanne Muetzel||George Frazier Wood|
Like you I am a contributor to Find a Grave. I am a Wood descendant - my great grandmother was Sarah Elizabeth Wood Johnson. Your note indicated George Frazier was your second cousin's husband. George Frazier is buried in the large Wood plot at Hazelwood along with your cousin Henrietta. Can you tell me if you know if he is the son of William James Wood or John Shackelford Wood. Both are buried nearby.
Added by Jeanne Muetzel on May 26, 2013 10:54 AM
|sherry kindley||RE: kindley|
yes charles on census we found his mother and dad were from south carolina dad alabama mother he joined the civil war in mississippi and was down in louisiana during the war and then he went to ponola co tx thanks though i think they were in ark too
Added by sherry kindley on May 06, 2013 3:10 PM
my great great great grand father was born in ms william f kindley born in 1847 he had a son john f kindley most of them were in ponola co tx do you have any information on your kindleys my email is
email@example.com thanks sherry kindley
Added by sherry kindley on May 05, 2013 10:36 AM
richard hood great grandson of john lumpkin haynes... how do i contact him???? john lumpkin haynes is nephew of my 3rd great grandfather charles wesley haynes...
Added by larry horton on Apr 07, 2013 8:45 PM
|Candace Leach||Questions about Leach side|
Hello! My husband, Garry, and I are researching his family history. Amanda (Howard) Leach was his great-grandmother, married to his great-grandfather named Henry Clay Leach. My husband is aware of the fact that they had a son named Henry Jackson Leach but he has questions concerning the other children they had. He has always been told their other children were: Amanda, May, Frank & Mary (twins), William, Kate, & George. He is wanting to find out more information about the twins, Frank & Mary, since Frank is his grandfather. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your assistance and we look forward to hearing from you!
Added by Candace Leach on Mar 29, 2013 7:33 PM
|gary black||Ricketts Cemetery|
Charles, I just joined the group. I have relations buried in the cemetery. I mowed the cemetery last week and it looks better than my lawn. I am working with Dorothy Miller BCCPG on the cemetery. A survey needs to be done and fenced. I have been working with the city, since they bought land all around the cemetery. My email is:email@example.com. Please get in touch. Maybe together we can get things done. I am one of the original members of the BCCPG. Maybe we can get several interested people together and form an association or adopt the cemetery.
Gary D. Black
Added by gary black on Mar 26, 2013 6:50 PM
|J Carroll||Jacob Buttram|
I noticed that you left a message on Jacob Buttram's (1775-1855) page. I'm trying to track down proof that William and Margaret are in fact his parents (so I can apply to the DAR - William was a road overseer during the Revolutionary War).
I do have the Buttram Family book that was published a few years back but the DAR won't take that as proof. Any information you have would be extremely appreciated!
Added by J Carroll on Mar 16, 2013 7:47 PM
|Ms Koch||Rena Bell Stevens|
How are you related to Rena Bell Stevens, born 1876, died 1957?
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Ms Koch on Mar 15, 2013 10:03 AM
|Sharon Kay Henry-Steuber||My Aunt Florence|
I printed out a couple of your notes and sent them to my aunt, Florence Henry, she is familiar with the Oakes family. She doesn't use internet but I told her about you and findagrave. She says she can tell you a lot about the people around Benton County as she grew up there. She knew the Oakes family, they were friends with the Wrights.
If you would like to ask her any questions I guess it would have to be in writing. Would you be interested in that?
Have a lovely weekend.
Added by Sharon Kay Henry-Steuber on Mar 08, 2013 7:30 PM
|Judy Stratton||Rippetoe's, McKinzie's & Coffey's|
I'd like to share information - if you are interested contact me by e mail. I am a contributor on this site. email@example.com
Thank you for what you've done on this site. Rippetoe's in Oklahoma - amazing....
Added by Judy Stratton on Mar 04, 2013 9:14 PM
|Patricia Fawn Carter- Ford-Cowdrey||Ben Walkingstick|
Charles can you get back with me on my regular email. Thanks Pat
Added by Patricia Fawn Carter- For... on Mar 01, 2013 12:29 AM
|Sharon Kay Henry-Steuber||24573846|
Hi Charles, I will be getting back to you with some information and pictures too.
I added some photos to my son's site, Jason Steuber as well as my father and mother's, Hazel and Same Henry.
I was wondering if on Alexander Wright's if you didn't mean to say after mentioning his name he is the husband of Florence Stanley?
Just a thought.
Have a lovely evening.
Added by Sharon Kay Henry-Steuber on Feb 25, 2013 7:31 PM
|Sharon Kay Henry-Steuber||Florence Stanley Wright|
Florence Stanley Wright is my maternal GGrandmother. Her Gdaughter, my aunt Florence is alive and tells me stories and helps me trace my family tree.
My aunt cannot remember all of the names of Florence Stanley's sisters. She does remember Delia and Hattie. I found Hattie and Austin Dean in Oklahoma, but would you happen to remember the other sisters or their mother's name?
Are you familiar with Charlie and Elsie Schmoll? Also in Oklahoma. Elsie is my great paternal aunt.
Thank you Charles. I would love to find the names of the sisters and their mother. My aunt Florence is "pulling her hair out" not being able to remember. She has such an amazing memory for her age. Like a computer chip!
I am more than willing to give you any information I have on family.
Grateful for life and those that plowed the fields for me.
Added by Sharon Kay Henry-Steuber on Feb 23, 2013 5:36 PM
|K Tetstone||RE: CARDEN, DEAN, EDWARDS FAMILIES|
Charles, Good to here from you. Yes, I would love for you to enter the pics on my families memorials.
Added by K Tetstone on Feb 13, 2013 10:58 AM