|Connie E Daughtrey||RE: Lois Westall|
Yes, both. The "Sibling" listing still showed it as WESTFALL. That needed correcting.
But I was also confused by the double listing of her as a sibling.
Overall, just wanted the "F" removed from her married name.
Thanks for your cooperation.
Added by Connie E Daughtrey on Jan 17, 2017 7:52 PM
|Kathy Sidenstricker||RE: Greenberry W Breeding|
Thank you, Happy Holidays!
Added by Kathy Sidenstricker on Dec 26, 2016 8:21 AM
|Kathy Sidenstricker||Greenberry Westly Breeding|
I believe the military tombstone photo you posted on Greenberry Westly Breeding belongs to his father, Westly Breeding. Westly a veteran of the Mexican War. Would you be able to remove it? Someone has already posted this photo on Greenberry's fathers page.
Added by Kathy Sidenstricker on Dec 21, 2016 7:21 AM
|Bob Pyle||George and Mary Allder|
Thank you for the transfer.
Added by Bob Pyle on Oct 16, 2016 9:30 PM
Trying again to reach you in regards to Elizabeth Sturdy who is buried there in Sinking Creek Cemetery. The new headstone that sets beside her old one which you show pictures of, must mean that there is someone in the area that may be related to her? I am trying hard to find that info. and appreciate anything you can help me with on that regard.
Added by Pat Stotts on Oct 10, 2016 4:35 PM
|Patti||Ernest Jones 1874-?|
I'm looking for the death date for Ernest Jones. He is not included in Anne's 1900 census and that census indicates out of 10 children 9 are still alive. He is the son of Jacob S Jones and Anne Elizabeth Bowles. I find it curious that if he did pass before 1900 that he is not shown in any, that I can find, of the cemetarys where his siblings and parents rest. Patti
Added by Patti on Oct 04, 2016 7:14 PM
|Pat Stotts||Elizabeth Sturdy|
Thank you P. Jones for the info. and picstures of Elizabeth Sturdy m. to Wm. s. Sturdy in Sinking Creek Cemetery in Mo.
This is my gtgtg. Her son Jasper Marion was my gtgdf. I was thrilled to find this and hope to find Wm. s. burial spot as well.
Hope to find the exact location of Sinking Creek Cemetery?
Added by Pat Stotts on Sep 29, 2016 1:19 PM
|JHarrison||RE: Mont Wheeler|
Added by JHarrison on Sep 28, 2016 9:31 PM
|Karen (Green) Morgan||RE: Mary Taylor Jenkins|
Thank you. I appreciate your help.
Added by Karen (Green) Morgan on Sep 14, 2016 3:15 PM
|Karen (Green) Morgan||suggested edit correct father for Mary Taylor Jenkins #121960618|
Hello, I have requested that you consider changing the father of Mary to William Taylor, #169686046, as per my research, this is actually her father and not the William Taylor listed #77005166 (actually, her brother and son of the other William). My documentation for this is a 2 page narrative written by a Vada Jenkins, Marionville, Mo ( a suggested relative) that is on file with the Dade County Genealogical Society. They furnished a copy to me and it is quite detailed with specifics. All of the children listed with William in Find A Grave are not the younger William's but the older ones. The Find A Grave also lists Narcissa as a spouse and she is actually the widow of the older one. My connection and interest in being as factual as possible? I am the Great, Great Granddaughter of Susan Harber Taylor Green. She married Joseph Green and their son, George Grant Green was my Great Grandfather. I am attempting to get corrected information to several other Taylor children's records.
Thank you for your consideration.
Karen (Green) Morgan Find A Grave # 48820146
Added by Karen (Green) Morgan on Sep 12, 2016 10:12 PM
|Donna Atkinson||Last Name of Cassandra Davidson|
If you don't already have this information, she was a Dodson.
I am a descendant through Angelina Jane Carlock who was the mother of my grandfather.
If I have anything that might be of help, would be happy to share. I don't know Cassandra's parents however.
Added by Donna Atkinson on May 10, 2016 3:12 PM
|nancy walton||Hutchinson Family|
Thank you so much for posting the information on the Hutchinson family. The personal notes that you have added make me feel closer to the family that I did not have the chance to meet.
Added by nancy walton on May 06, 2016 9:56 AM
|Joyce Snell||Homer & Helen Musgrove|
Thanks for the transfer. If further information is found for either, including Homer's son with his first wife, I will certainly add to their memorial pages.
Added by Joyce Snell on Apr 29, 2016 9:07 AM
|Joyce Snell||RE: Homer Musgrove|
If you would like to transfer both Homer and Helen's memorial pages to me, that would be great. I have more info I can add for Homer, not so much for Helen, but I'll do my best. Thanks.
Added by Joyce Snell on Apr 28, 2016 7:21 AM
|Joyce Snell||Homer Musgrove|
Find A Grave #148460880 Are you related in some way to Homer Musgrove. He is my ancestor my marriage. A small bio is on his memorial page, so am wondering if there is more info about his wife that is listed (Helen Hudson Musgrove). A son is also mentioned. He had a son with his first wife. This first wife is my ancestor.
Added by Joyce Snell on Apr 21, 2016 12:34 PM
|Pam B-F||Re: Martha Spivy Dodson|
Yes, thanks. I have used the Missouri record site in the past, and I had already seen the certificate for Martha after reading your info. I'm still doing a bit of research as the only Matthew close enough was born in 1812. That is only 11 years older than Martha. That Matthew is shown on several ancestry records as her brother. I'm sure we'll get it figured out. 😊 Thanks so much. Pam
Added by Pam B-F on Apr 10, 2016 9:54 PM
|Pam B-F||RE: Martha Dodson|
Thanks so much!
Added by Pam B-F on Apr 10, 2016 7:44 PM
|Pam B-F||Martha Black Spivey Dodson|
I also wanted to know where you found the info for Martha's father being Matt Spivey. Do you have any records? I found it hard to nail down, and eventually located Henry and Lucy Spivey, who appeared to be her parents.
Added by Pam B-F on Apr 10, 2016 4:54 PM
|Pam B-F||Martha Black Spivey Dodson|
Hello. I wanted to thank you for your hard work on Ancestry. I, too, have done research on family and for friends for the past 40 years. I came across my 3x great grandmother's profile, #116779196. I'm glad to see where she and Willis G are buried, as I hadn't found that before...thanks for the info.
Also wanted to point out something regarding your additional written info. On the 1870 census, the domestic servant listed is not Habrina, it's Alabama C. Davidson. The "C" does not mean colored. On this particular census, "B" is used for black. She is marked "W" for white. Thanks, and keep up the work.
Added by Pam B-F on Apr 10, 2016 4:47 PM
|Rhenda WIlson||Barbara Ellen Wilson Shane|
I am inquiring about the gravestone for Barbara Ellen Wilson Shane. I believe the gravestone just says B.E. Shane. This stone has been used for many years as her stone, but I have now found her in the 1900 census with her husband and son and also on two land deeds with her husband buying land from their son in 1897. So the death date of 1891 would not work. I wish I could know what else is on that stone to know how they connected this to her.
Thank you so very much.
Added by Rhenda WIlson on Mar 27, 2016 9:37 PM
|Kat G||RE: Susan Thomason|
You are welcome. Her oldest step-daughter Emily Ann Thomason is my g-g-grandmother. She was married to Edward M Simpson, who was the minor childrens' guardian. They had two children, my great-grandmother Margaret Elizabeth Simpson and Willie M Simpson. Willie is buried with his father in Pippenger Cemetery in Dade County.
The Civil War pension solved many genealogical mysteries on my mother's paternal side. Glad to share it with the rest of the Thomason/Langston family.
Added by Kat G on Mar 26, 2016 10:17 PM
|L. K. Perry||RE: Samuel S Acuff|
Thank you so much for your persistence in locating and photographing Samuel S. Acuff's grave marker. It is a great help. I really appreciate your kindness.
Added by L. K. Perry on Mar 26, 2016 11:37 AM
|Don Dixon||Elijah LLC Ragsdale|
Many thanks for the picture of his headstone.
Added by Don Dixon on Mar 24, 2016 7:30 PM
|PMB||RE: Rice Cemetery|
Thank you for the information.
Added by PMB on Mar 24, 2016 6:52 PM
Do you know who I could contact regarding the burial records of this cemetery? I believe my grandmother is probably buried there with Louis Ayres. Thank you for any information you could provide. Pam
Added by PMB on Mar 20, 2016 2:47 PM