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Brnc (#47340171)
 member for 5 years, 10 months, 10 days
kent hughes
RE: Abraham Hughes
Yes that Abraham Hughes. I don't know much at all on my fathers side of the family. It would be truly amazing to get this information. Thank you so much.

Added by kent hughes on Sep 08, 2014 12:25 PM

kent hughes
Abraham Hughes
I recently found out Abraham was my Great, Great, Great Grandfather.

Added by kent hughes on Sep 07, 2014 7:28 PM

Connie Clark
RE: Ferne Hammond stone photo
You are very welcome, it was our pleasure. Connie and Wayne

Added by Connie Clark on Jul 05, 2014 6:47 PM

C. Ann Carruthers
RE: Charles Benjamin Vanover 95672040
I certainly appreciate that. I do have his obit which lists the circumstances surrounding his death. My e-mail address is E-mail me and I will send you the obituary.

Thanks for your response.

Added by C. Ann Carruthers on Jun 30, 2014 7:44 PM

C. Ann Carruthers
Charles Benjamin Vanover 95672040
Please consider transferring his memorial to me so that I can add his bio and create links. Thank you!

My contributor # 47250479

Added by C. Ann Carruthers on Jun 30, 2014 4:37 PM

Laura Whistle Cates Duncan
RE: Mary and Willard (Buck) Penrod Memorials
Betty, I'll be glad to transfer the memorials to you if you'll give me your contributor number.


Added by Laura Whistle Cates Dunca... on Jun 18, 2014 5:18 PM

Walter Schiller
RE: Anderson
Thank you. I appreciate the information.

Added by Walter Schiller on Apr 12, 2014 7:06 AM

Walter Schiller
RE: Anderson
Thanks. Does Chloe White have any connection to the Mayflower Whites?

Added by Walter Schiller on Apr 11, 2014 8:10 PM

Walter Schiller
My wife,s great...grandparents are Andrew and Chloe. If I went to the cemetery would I be able to find their grave sites?

Thanks, Walt

Added by Walter Schiller on Apr 11, 2014 1:11 PM

RE: Luticia Emmaline Taff Freeman
Don't think I ever replied to this... and I'm doing some 'spring cleaning' on my old messages.

Seems very unusual for a girl to marry at only 15 1/2 years... in fact illegal in MO... but this could have been before the legal limits on marriage for a girl in MO were set at 18 without parent's consent and 16 with parent's consent.

Dates and ages out of the norm raise my suspicions for an error somewhere in the records, partly because I have found SO MANY errors in genealogy... errors on marriage licenses (one I think was more likely a lie than an error), errors on enlistment record, errors on census reports, errors on death certificates and in obituaries are very common, and even errors on two birth certificates.

Found one record where a mother would be over 50 years older than her child. Things like that leave me with a 99% probability that the mother actually was the child's grandmother.

A marriage at 15 1/2 just looks to me like something that needs to be thoroughly verified.

Added by Gramma on Mar 27, 2014 11:43 AM

Kaye Harkins McClintock
RE: William & Ollie Barriett
Ollie's great grandson told me her maiden name and also showed me an obituary about her husband, William that had her maiden name in it. I have a copy of the obituary if you would like to see it. Really sorry you can't help me for I have definitely ram into a brick wall on Dora. Thank you for replying, Kaye

Added by Kaye Harkins McClintock on Mar 07, 2014 2:13 PM

Kaye Harkins McClintock
William & Ollie Barriett
I see you have left flowers at both these Memorials #79837363 & #79837374 and call them cousins, so I am wondering if maybe you can give me some information concerning a daughter of theirs. Would you please let me know if you have any information of any kind concerning any of their children that would help me in finding where their daughter, Dora Barrett died and is buried. Thank you, Kaye Harkins McClintock #47734417

Added by Kaye Harkins McClintock on Mar 06, 2014 9:31 AM

RE: Harrison Stanley obit:
you are very welcome


Added by FRAGGLEROCK66 on Feb 15, 2014 6:40 PM

Hedrick/Stanley family
I saw that you were interested in contacting the granddaughter of Homer & Pearl Hedrick buried in Augusta, IL. She had talked to the photographer that was in the cemetery taking photos of the Hedrick gravestones. This was in June 2013. This woman is my mother and I am the family genealogist. I am willing to share information if you are interested. Thank you.

Added by Anonymous on Jan 19, 2014 7:16 PM

Family Searcher
RE: Meadows family
Thanks for the note. I do not have your e-mail to use for correspondence. May I have it please?

Added by Family Searcher on Jan 17, 2014 6:57 PM

Family Searcher
Meadows family
Forgive me, please, if this is a repeat. I see we have interest in the same Meadows family members. I am related by marriage to Andrew L Meadows. He married my Gr Grandfather's sister.

please drop me a line and we can compare notes.

Added by Family Searcher on Jan 16, 2014 9:33 PM

RE: Luticia Emmaline Taff Freeman
Thanks for the verification.

I know how easy it is in genealogy to make mistakes or copy the mistakes of others. I've made my share of mistakes, and have found a few by others, so whenever a woman is reported as giving birth before age 17 or after age 40, I double check. Not impossible, but just unusual.

Anyway, thanks very much for the further data and the verification that the posting is correct.

(I have just GOT to get to Salem & see if my 'country cousin', Ken F, has any more copies of his cemetery book!)

Added by Gramma on Jan 10, 2014 9:30 AM

Luticia Emmaline Taff Freeman

Do you have the source or any more info on:

Luticia Emmaline Taff Freeman # 92573678
Birth: Mar. 7, 1844

If all is correct, she would have been only 16 when her first child, Mary Rebecca, was born. Not impossible, but does give rise to some doubt.

Thanks for the transfer to me. Just trying to be as certain as possible.

Added by Gramma on Jan 09, 2014 11:00 AM

Charles & Ann
Zelma Rumfelt
I have connected him to his parents. Thanks for the info.


Added by Charles & Ann on Jan 04, 2014 1:00 PM

Stephani Major Fenton
I would like your permission to use photos you have taken on my family tree. I am researching the Ponds.

Thank You
Stephani Major Fenton

Added by Stephani Major Fenton on Dec 30, 2013 6:34 AM

Susan Ford
RE: Mary Worthen
Hi -

I am so sorry I did not transfer these earlier. Life has been busy, and I had not checked my find-a-grave messages for a year. I just transferred Mary, Fred, and Leverne Worthen to you, so that you can manage the find-a-grave memorials for your family. Merry Christmas!

Added by Susan Ford on Dec 25, 2013 9:06 PM

RE: Luticia & Laura BUTTS
Thank you for both of the transfers of two of my Grx2 grandparents.

Even if we are only related by marriage, that is still related in my book, otherwise one is not related to half of your aunts and uncles, or to any of your in-laws! (In-laws might not be such a good example, lol.)

So then we are 'country cousins'.

And waiting only a day is still amazingly fast. Some of my requests to other members are 6 weeks old with no transfer, no explanation, no reply, no contact. I hate to pester them again, but I guess I will... maybe after Christmas. Everybody is so busy now.

And with most FG members using anonymous IDs, those who have not written back very well might also be related to the memorial I requested from them, maybe even related to me.

In just 1 1/2 months of FG membership, I have already stumbled across 3 other members who are:

a 4th cousin-once-removed whom I have never met before, and

the wife of the grandson of an uncle, (by his first wife, not by my aunt), and

a 1st cousin whom I have not had any contact with for over 50 years, not since we were both kids.

Have a nice Holy Days.

Added by Gramma on Dec 10, 2013 10:38 AM

Luticia & Laura BUTTS
Correction to my prior message, but it was probably obvious. Andrew Jackson FREEMAN was the father of Wm Martin, and Wm Martin FREEMAN was the father of Clara:

Andrew Jackson FREEMAN & Luticia Emmaline TAFT
were the parents of

Wm Martin FREEMAN who married Laura (BUTTS) (his first of two wives).
Wm Martin FREEMAN & Laura were the parents of

Clara (FREEMAN) BOWERS, who was my grandmother.

(I need to get more sleep.)

Added by Gramma on Dec 09, 2013 12:07 PM

RE: Luticia

Sorry for the double post. I'm new to FG and still learning the ropes. I thought a 'reply' to a message in my message box would post like a thread in my message box. Now I see they work more like an instant-messenger system with replies going back and forth.

Oh well, learn something every day!

Added by Gramma on Dec 09, 2013 10:31 AM

RE: Luticia

The last time I went to Dent Co was several years ago to bury the cremains of my father in the Veterans section of the cemetery there. He had no ancestral connection to Salem, but he and my mother lived there for a few years before my mother became terminally ill and needed to live closer to a major hospital. He loved wearing cowboy boots and a cowboy hat to feel like a part of the town.

Well, although several links have not been posted here, I have verified that

Andrew Jackson FREEMAN & Luticia Emmaline TAFT
were the parents of

Wm Martin FREEMAN who married Laura (BUTTS) (his first of two wives).
A. J. & Laura were the parents of

Clara (FREEMAN) BOWERS, who was my grandmother.

So I was correct in the first place, Andrew Jackson FREEMAN and Luticia (TAFT) FREEMAN were my great, great grandparents.

Thank you again for the transfer of Luticia, and I would appreciate it if you would also transfer her husband, as you offered, Andrew Jackson FREEMAN.

Now, how does this make me related to you?

Added by Gramma on Dec 09, 2013 7:57 AM


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