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jsrchilders (#47178315)
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ALICE HECOX
SHALER NATHAN
DO YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT ANN NATHAN;S 1ST WIFE????ALICE

Added by ALICE HECOX on Oct 31, 2016 8:30 PM

ALICE HECOX
Shaler's
I am related to them,could you get in touch with me please?My grand father married a Shaler.Alice

Added by ALICE HECOX on Oct 31, 2016 7:54 PM

APH
Eathel Gladys (Hendrix) Pharis Childers
Eathel Gladys was my 1st cousin, 1x removed. I didn't realize her bio father was Frank Alison Hendrix and that she was adopted by Andrew Jackson Pharis. Given her birthdate, that does make sense. Are you saying then that Mary Etta Morris (my grandmother's sister) was her bio mother? I've always assumed that was her bio mother and not Frank Hendrix' wife, especially since Eathel was born several years before either Frank or Mary Etta married their respective spouses. Any back story on this situation?
Thanks.

Added by APH on May 10, 2016 3:57 PM

alisha eftekhari
jerry dale childers
Hi there, I was wondering if you are related to jerry dale childers and if so, in what way? We are seeking out family relatives! Thank you ;)

Added by alisha eftekhari on Sep 27, 2014 12:40 AM

Chris Wimmer
RE: Holy Rosary Cemetery in Warrenton
I contacted the cemetery and got the plot numbers

Area 2, Section 3, Graves 5 and 6.....

if this helps at all

for Bernard and Anne Rothove

Added by Chris Wimmer on Feb 06, 2013 10:27 AM

Chris Wimmer
RE: Holy Rosary Cemetery in Warrenton
Thank you for trying to find Bernard and Anne Rothove. They've been elusive to date. and thanks for the info on the flowers on the other grave... someone's watching.. I just have to sort it out.. hard to do from California = near San Francisco... so... appreciate your help on going out to this cemetery. volunteers make Find A Grave work....

Chris

Added by Chris Wimmer on Feb 05, 2013 4:36 PM

Diane
RE: Oro Crystal Bynum Baker
Hi. Sorry, I have nothing further on Lewis, except that his name is Lewis Crigler Bynum, his father is likely Benjamin Bynum from Howard County, Missouri. Lewis is in a number of census records and Calif. tax lists and so is Benjamin. I did find this Lewis listed as father on this list of births in Lake County, CA:
http://www.cagenweb.com/lake/Lake%20Births.htm

Maybe you can find out something further by looking up these records.

Good luck!
Diane

Added by Diane on Feb 05, 2013 7:16 AM

Airrow
RE: Childers Links
You could use html to link to children from the parents in cases, like mine, where people don't want to link to unknown burials. Have you tried that? I use this:

Nowels

and just replace the number and name. It will probably just show the link (LOL), not the actual text, but I'll give this a try in hopes you can see it.

Added by Airrow on Jan 26, 2013 5:14 PM

Airrow
Childers Links
I prefer not to link to memorials such as those for Thomas and Rebecca that are burial unknown. When you figure out where they are buried I will gladly link. I will make a note in William's memorial that he is the son of Thomas and Rebecca.

Added by Airrow on Jan 26, 2013 11:29 AM

Debi Burgess
Zenis Johnson and wife Clyde
I noticed that you had a photo request for the grave of Luther Johnson. He was the son of Zenis Johnson and his wife Clyde Harris.
Do you know where these parents died?
I have tried for years to figure out if this Clyde Harris is the one in my family tree.
I have four sons for this family so far:
Luther, George, Odis, and Russel.
The Clyde Harris I have in my tree was born Jul 1891 per the 1900 Tolu, Crittenden Co, KY census. Her parents were Thomas Harris and Martha Watson.
I was hoping you might be able to point me in the right direction.
Debi Burgess
Adventurers@att.net

Added by Debi Burgess on Feb 06, 2010 12:13 AM

 
 

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