|Natasha Fleck-Mckenzie||RE: Nancy Ann Trout Mundy|
Awesome. Thank you SOO much.
Added by Natasha Fleck-Mckenzie on Jul 22, 2012 2:55 PM
|Natasha Fleck-Mckenzie||Nancy Ann Trout Mundy|
Hi Jeff. I am doing research on the Mundy and Trout families. I was wondering if you have any idea who Nancy A. Trouts parents were. I have seen records that say her mother was Jane Jacobs but then another record stated her mothers maiden name was Twiggs. There is also some despute with this records because one says her fathers name was John while the other says he was Henry.
Added by Natasha Fleck-Mckenzie on Jul 22, 2012 1:11 PM
|Melissa McCord ||Troutt's|
Some of my line went from Jefferson County to Hamilton County. Most of them went on to Texas from there. Is your John Troutt the oldest one on the census from 1830? I'm looking at a John Troutt who was from VA and had his sons in TN, which is where all of my line comes from. If I can remember tomorrow I can try to send you some of what I have. I do have some of them out to the generation before me now so I have come a long way. No one even knew where my gggggrandfather was buried until now. So I'm hitting milestones finally.
Added by Melissa McCord on May 30, 2012 10:33 PM
|Melissa McCord ||Troutt's|
Hey Jeff!! Have you done much research on your Troutt line? I have mine from my John M. b. 1829 in TN down with most of his kids (12) but I'm trying to find his dad. My Troutt's come from Tennessee to Jefferson County, IL. Then most of them went to Dublin, Texas in the late 1800's. If you have before 1830 and your line connects to mine can ya share? lol I'm driving myself nuts trying to figure out which early settler is John M.'s dad. It could be either one. I'm thinking I may have to go to Mt. Vernon for a probate record on both of them. Yes, I know, wouldn't it be weird if we were distant cousins. lol We may as well be, we share a brother.
Added by Melissa McCord on May 29, 2012 9:27 PM
|Christine Hosick||Charles & Helen York|
Thank you so much for taking a photo of my grandparents grave!
Added by Christine Hosick on Mar 14, 2011 3:54 PM
I would like to thank you so very much for going out and taking these photos for me. Mine is one of those fleeting families that is very hard to track down so this is a real treasure for me.I live in Texas and am not sure if I will ever be able to make it up to Illinois. Thank you again so much. Vikki North
Added by Vikki on Mar 05, 2011 7:04 AM
Really appreciate the headstone photos for John and Elizabeth Wiseheart. Thanks!
Added by eakinfamily on Mar 04, 2011 11:56 PM
|Portia Solomon||Radford and Ruby Sullivan|
Jeff, thanks very much for the photos of the Sullivan markers! I really appreciate it.
Added by Portia Solomon on Feb 27, 2011 1:15 PM
|Jeffrey "Jeff" Warren Davis||Photograph of George Armstrong|
Dear Jeff Trout,
Thank you so very much for the tombstone photograph of George Armstrong.
Added by Jeffrey "Jeff" Warren Dav... on Jul 07, 2008 6:32 AM
|JoLynn Mangum Cooper Self||Mary Turner|
Thank you for your reply on my request. If you found her husbands headstone then could I see that one or do you want me to add him to findagrave first?
Thanks so very much for your time.
Added by JoLynn Mangum Cooper Self on Jul 06, 2008 8:11 PM
|Anthony Beasley||Photo for Jos C Holt|
Thanks for taking the picture for me. He is my 3rd Great Grandfather on my Mom's side. I really appreciate it.
Added by Anthony Beasley on Jul 06, 2008 10:15 AM
Thanks so much for getting Les' military marker as well. I was wondering if it had been placed yet.
If you could upload the Patricia R/Les photo to her page as well, I would truly appreciate it.
Thank you again, for taking these for me. I am very grateful.
Added by penny on Jul 05, 2008 5:18 PM
Thanks so much for taking the picture of Les and Pat's grave. Les was my Dad's first cousin. I intend to add his parent's records to findagrave as well. I believe they are buried very close to Les and Pat, could you photograph that as well? Thanks again!
Added by penny on Jul 05, 2008 9:22 AM