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Linda Snodgrass (#47265648)
 member for 6 years, 4 months, 24 days
Tracy Komhyr
RE: Alma Lavira Hammlin
Sources for William H. Hamlin,

1850 US Fed Census of Illinois, Lee, Harmon

1855 Illinois, State Census for Harmon, Lee

1860 US Fed Census of Illinois, Lee, Sublett

1870 US Fed Census of Kansas, Crawford, Baker


Added by Tracy Komhyr on Apr 02, 2016 6:23 PM

Tracy Komhyr
RE: Alma Lavira Hammlin
This is a big story line and took me days to solve.

Mary Catherine Hawes Born 9-16-1841
1st (1864) marriage to Noah Lewis 1843-1866
1. Annie L or E Lewis 1865
2. Noah R Lewis 1865
~Noah was in then Civil war, it ended in 1865!
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2nd (est 1870)marriage (to 56 yr old.) William H. Hamlin (Hammin or Hamblin),
~He as married to Abagil 1819-1862. They had Lucy A. 1843, Edward S. 1845, Arval H. 1849 and Alama Lavira 1851.

1. Cora Rebecca Hamlin was born 1872.
-------------------------------------------------
3rd (1879)marriage to John Linderman Born 1853-1930
1. William R. Linderman 1878-1905


I'm related though Cora Rebecca, so to Mary and William. I'm DAR as well in Boulder, Co.

My ancestry tree is called,"Komhyr & Miller Families"

Added by Tracy Komhyr on Apr 02, 2016 6:08 PM

Tracy Komhyr
Alma Lavira Hammlin
I believe I found a connection to your ancestory.

William H. Hammlin March 24, 1813 NY, Died March 15.1879 in Crawford County, Kansas.

William remarried at 56 to Mary Catherine Benen, who was a Civil War widow at age 28 with 2 kids.

1870 United States Federal Census
Kansas
Crawford
Baker
1870 United States Federal Census

ck this out to:

Illinois, State Census Collection, 1825-1865 for Wm Hamblin 1855





Added by Tracy Komhyr on Mar 31, 2016 9:32 PM

Virginia Brown
RE: Calvin Barron # 36695538
Hi Linda,

Calvin is now linked to his parents. Thanks for the information. I'm happy you received Audrey's memorial. Sometimes it does take a while. She looks very happy in her photo.

Virginia


Added by Virginia Brown on Nov 12, 2012 10:49 AM

Virginia Brown
RE: Calvin J Barron
Hi Linda,

After checking my genealogy file I see that she is your husband's grandmother. She is within FindAGrave guidelines for a transfer, so there shouldn't be any problem having her memorial transferred to you. If for some reason you can't contact the manager of her memorial to do this, contact FindAGrave to get them to do the transfer.

Virginia

Added by Virginia Brown on Mar 21, 2012 11:32 AM

Virginia Brown
RE: Calvin J Barron
Hi Linda,

I sent the request for her to link Audrey to her parents. Also to add her middle & maiden name & the date & place she was born & died.

How is Audrey related to your husband? If she is in his direct line, she should transfer the memorial to you.

Virginia

Added by Virginia Brown on Mar 21, 2012 11:21 AM

Shirley
opps
I just notice you are local, you can get the obits from mesa county library.

Added by Shirley on Sep 17, 2010 3:33 PM

Shirley
Lloyd & Gladys Rawlings
I added the photos of the Headstone to Lloyd and Gladys Memorials you created, then I deleted the Memorials I had created. Thanks for the info. If you need their obits I will be able to look them up in a couple months, contact me after 1st of November if you need it.

Added by Shirley on Sep 17, 2010 3:32 PM

DMLeForce
Snodgrass
I transferred David to you. But I didn't add the other person so I can't edit or transfer. You'll have to go to the manager of it. And as far as the obit...if Find A Grave allows them at all they at least have to include the paper they came from. Since you've been here days I'd read the rules to be sure.

Anyway...my ggrandpa's buried @ Centralia too. So welcome & I hope you enjoy the site. :)

Added by DMLeForce on Apr 04, 2010 1:53 PM

 
 

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