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Renny Snell (#47201952)
 member for 5 years, 6 months, 19 days
Jo Jo
Leslie Sutherland SNELL
I think you are correct this is your family member as records show this, I just think his famil member doesn't want it on this site, that's all

Added by Jo Jo on Mar 17, 2015 12:10 AM

Jo Jo
Leslie Sutherland SNELL
There are on-line family trees that show the connection is correct you said, but I have deleted it anyway as requested. Your doing great, keep it up.

Added by Jo Jo on Mar 15, 2015 4:57 AM

Jo Jo
RE: Leslie Sutherland SNELL
Leslie's daughter requested I delete Leslie's memorial from this site, so it has now been deleted.

Added by Jo Jo on Mar 15, 2015 3:32 AM

Jo Jo
Leslie Sutherland SNELL
I have added Leslie SNELL to Greytown Cemetery who may be connected to your family. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=143304857

Added by Jo Jo on Mar 04, 2015 3:18 AM

Tamie Dehler
I found Benjamin Snell's obit
He is indeed buried in Harmony Cemetery.

Added by Tamie Dehler on Dec 24, 2014 10:37 AM

Harold (Hank) Facer
Sharpe's
Hi Renny,
I have left some actual grave photos of Lily Ann, Deborah & Charlotte. The cemetery is just out of Newcastle NSW, I live in Sydney so I went to Telarah (West Maitland) some time back to take these photos. So blessed that they had the cash to invest in tomb stones.
Deborah Sharpe was my Great Great Grandmother, Mary Ann was my Great Grand Mother (her daughter)Deborah died at 50 years, her husband William was 55 and Mary Ann died at 41 years. Mary Ann died destitute and some 20 miles from Sydney City, a long was 110 years ago. The Asylum in which she died is just a few miles from my home in Auburn. It is now an Administration Block for the Silverwater Correctional Center. Love to hear from you. Hank

Added by Harold (Hank) Facer on Nov 13, 2013 2:01 AM

Cliff Blanchard
Catherine Nussel
Renny, I took a photo of her headstone, and was going to start a memorial in Cottage Hill Cemetery. I noticed you had one already, so I stopped. What I did notice was your note about the possible wrong date of death. The headstone actually does read 1871-1962. I know it's very hard to read, but it does have the correct date on the marker.

Added by Cliff Blanchard on Dec 18, 2012 6:47 PM

Maryanne
COOKE-SNELL
Saw in find a grave NZ Eketahuna a grave of a Harriet Cooke-Snell

I was doing tree for Bishop from Stratford NZ
They still have the odd Snell - Bishop in the family. There was an architect from Plymouth google him Henry John SNELL the Bishops from Stratford well one is still alive and he is their Uncle. But Cooke-Snell was further up their line I did have extensive records not sure if I still have them. If you wish to contact me I would prefer private not public messages
Maryanne

Added by Maryanne on Oct 27, 2012 7:17 PM

Carol Wolf Britton
RE: Mary Ellen Britton Snell
Renny, Thank you for the added information.

Added by Carol Wolf Britton on Apr 29, 2012 7:07 AM

Carol Wolf Britton
Anna B. Nussel
This was my husbands great grandmother. I wouldn't mind manageing this site if you don't mind. I was going to start putting the Nussel Family up but thought I had better check to see if any of them were already up there or not. Well a few of them are. So will have to check each name before I add any info.

Thanks for your hard work
Carol Wolf Britton.

Added by Carol Wolf Britton on Mar 22, 2012 3:24 PM

Carol Wolf Britton
Anna B. Nussel
I have information on Anna that I would like you to include on her site. Be happy to send it to you. She was born 22 Jun 1814 and married 26 Dec 1845 to George Adam Nussell.

sincerely
Carol Wolf Britton

Added by Carol Wolf Britton on Mar 22, 2012 10:18 AM

K_McClellan
Snell Family in Harmony, Indiana
Hi Renny, my g-grandmother was Wilma Snell, her daddy was Tom. I would love to have any info u would like to share on the Snell Family in England. Wow we are related!

Added by K_McClellan on Jan 09, 2012 11:05 AM

Trish Champion
Alhain W. Adams
Hi Renny,

Just wanted to let you know that I am doing some genealogical research on the Adams family and Alhain W. Adams definitely had 2 sons; Everal Scott Adams (by 1st marriage) and Donald Wayne Adams (by 2nd marriage). Additional info:

Flossie Rhoades Adams
b: Sept. 24, 1891
d: Sept. 23, 1973

Everal Scott Adams
b: Jan. 01, 1896
d: Jan. 06, 1973

Donald Wayne Adams
b: Dec. 09, 1923
d: Sept. 07, 2010

I have additional information on their families, but do not want to make it public. You can contact me via my e-mail: trishc@satx.rr.com

Best regards,
Trish Champion

Added by Trish Champion on Aug 10, 2011 10:58 AM

Carol Wolf Britton
RE: Mary Ellen Britton Snell
Yes the three brittons in Summitlawn are indeed related. The Brittons were a large family. Brothers Samuel and Joseph married sisters, Mary Ellen and Mary Elizabeth Monk. Samuel and Ellen had 13 children and Joseph and Mary had five that lived. They both resided in Clay County, IN so you can just imagine how many Brittons there were at one time and many of them lived in Brazil and in Terre Haute areas. Thank you for your work on the cemeteries.

Warmest Regards
Carol Britton

Added by Carol Wolf Britton on Apr 18, 2011 2:03 PM

Carol Wolf Britton
RE: Mary Ellen Britton Snell
Check out Mary Ellen Britton Snell's info. I hope you approve.

thanks for all your hard work too.

Sincerely
Carol Britton

Added by Carol Wolf Britton on Apr 18, 2011 9:46 AM

Carol Wolf Britton
RE: Mary Ellen Britton Snell
I certainly don't mind managing her sight however I don't know much about her children other than she had 5 and their names were Alice, Edward George, John and Gertrude and of course the baby Nellie. I do have all the Britton information that I could attach her too if you would like me too. What ever you would like to do.

Thanks for responding so quickly.

Warmest Regards
Carol Britton.

Added by Carol Wolf Britton on Apr 17, 2011 2:48 PM

A Family Who Loves Genealogy
Hello there Renny
I noticed that you have taken some pictures in Abney Park Cemetery. Do you ever get over that way lately? I just discovered some family members buried over there. Thanks.

Added by A Family Who Loves Geneal... on Apr 05, 2011 6:45 PM

 
 

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