|mcphail||DeWykes in Fancy Creek|
Thanks for locating and photographing these two markers. I really appreciate it!
Added by mcphail on Mar 13, 2015 6:37 AM
Thank you for the picture and your time it took to do it. It is really appreciated.
Added by Jerry Coffman on Mar 09, 2015 9:24 AM
Thanks for checking Jana~!
Added by Shelly Sicily on Mar 08, 2015 7:01 PM
|Michelle Young||The message below!|
It is suppose to say David Hanks
Added by Michelle Young on Feb 19, 2015 10:15 PM
|Michelle Young||David Hall|
he was my 3rd great grand father. Michelle Young
I am in contact with two other relatives. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
thanks, hope to here from you.
Added by Michelle Young on Feb 19, 2015 10:14 PM
|Christopher Ware||RE: Audra Ware Paris|
I have an Audra Ware born 1 Sep 1866, probably either in Franklin County or Jackson County. I do not have any information on any marriage at this time. Her parents were Henry W. S. Ware and Margaret Harris. Does this sound like the right person?
Added by Christopher Ware on Feb 09, 2015 12:04 AM
|Thomas Wise Rorrer, Jr.||Hanks|
I have several Rorrer relative in Missouri.
Is your genealogy library on line, any or part.
Added by Thomas Wise Rorrer, Jr. on Feb 02, 2015 10:58 AM
|Thomas Wise Rorrer, Jr.||David Hanks|
I sent you an Email. Lets correspond that way.
I am willing to give you management of David later.
Added by Thomas Wise Rorrer, Jr. on Feb 02, 2015 10:56 AM
|Catherine Page||Hannah Boone Stewart Pennington|
After the message I sent you a while ago I realize I should have taken the time to read your post slower since you have wonderful access to everything you need to trace ancestry. Plus living in the middle of Boone/Pennington country where their families lived and died.
I was so excited when I saw Hanna Boone Stewart Pennington's name because she is one of the two sisters we are researching that married into our Pennington line. I'm going to Arizona in a next month or so to assist in researching this line. There is a book called "The Ridge Runners" that I got Pennington information from and I think there may be Boone's in it too.
Added by Catherine Page on Jan 08, 2015 7:36 PM
|Catherine Page||Boone Genealogy|
If you go to any Mormon Family History library you will have access to computers and Microfilm. They can connect you, for free and NO you do not have to be a member of the church) to get access to films of Census records from 1900 back, you can print out the family information you are looking for or write the names, dates, etc down on your note pads. The names you listed in your letter most likely can be found there for research. I am sure you can find many things there to use like Birth, Marriage, Death, Burial, Immigration, Military, some Social Security info on ancestors... many records of one kind or another are there to view.
I hope we may be able to trade information.
We have 2 Daniel Boone's sisters in our family history that married our Pennington ancestors.
My father, George Murphy Pennington, born in September of 1897 at Pella, Wise county, Texas, married Florence Burton of Mesa, Maricopa county, Arizona. They had 5 children, 1 son and 4 daughters. He was a Barber until he died in 1962. Our mother passed in 1962 also.
Both graves are shown in Find A Grave with a memo on his from a cousin. Some of my sibling names and dates are wrong in the note. I can give the correct spellings and dates if anyone wants them.
I'm thankful for the note because we have very little information on our father's life when he was young. We did see our Uncle Crouch, Aunt Nanny and Uncle John through the years when we were young. Our Uncle Crouch died in California somewhere in the Los Angeles area. If you would like to contact me further you can reach me at email@example.com
Sincerely, Catherine Gaynelle Pennington-Page
Added by Catherine Page on Jan 08, 2015 4:40 PM
|Pam Witherow||RE: Freels|
Oh, that happens to all of us. :-) I have been doing some looking to find a connection, but so far I have only found a Freel woman married to a 4th cousin, so I don't think a transfer would be necessary at this time. But you just never know what will come about next. Thanks for asking though!!!
Added by Pam Witherow on Jan 05, 2015 8:47 AM
|LAM||RE: Memorial# 44139178|
Yes, you may copy the headstone photos for personal use only but not to be used for commercial purposes.
If you wish to use them for commercial purposes, please contact me with more info.
Added by LAM on Nov 08, 2014 9:27 PM
|Doris Snyder||Frost, John|
I don't remember. I am only distantly related. If you are related, I will transfer on request.
Added by Doris Snyder on Oct 27, 2014 10:56 AM
|Kehbe||RE: Mary Sutton Grayer|
You are very welcome! I recently found the long unknown grave of my 3rd great grandmother so I certainly know the feeling of standing over a headstone that has remaiedelusive for soooo many years! Good luck in your searches and have a great day! :)
Added by Kehbe on Oct 10, 2014 9:27 AM
|Phyl||Levi and Minnie|
Sorry I took so long. I had other things going on. Im happy to transfer them to you.
Added by Phyl on Oct 07, 2014 6:28 PM
|Tom Denardo||geo and flora bennett|
Next to these two are ann bennett taft (1923-97) and
Pebble bennett smith (1910-2003. They have identical stones as geo and flora. I have their pics.
, add their records, req pics if u want them.
Added by Tom Denardo on Sep 13, 2014 8:42 AM
|d booth||RE: Cottingham photo|
Yes, you may use any of the photos for your tree.
Added by d booth on Aug 30, 2014 7:17 PM
|d booth||RE: Cottingham|
You're welcome, Jana. It appears that your Uncle Ricardo's grave was intended to include his wife. If she is buried there, the grave marker has not been updated to indicate it. Arlington Cemetery does not cooperate with findagrave members, so I cannot approach them for information. If you want to contact them, they might tell you, as a family member, whether her remains are in the plot adjacent to your uncle or elsewhere. If you find out she is in another location, I can go back and look. Sorry I can't be of any more help than that, but it is the cemetery's policy not to help the volunteers. Debra
Added by d booth on Aug 30, 2014 7:08 PM
|Dennis Rice||Charles Rice|
Charles Rice, son of Henry did not die until 1818 in Franklin County Georgia. His estate was probated there #159-2-1. John Duncan and Mary Rice were the administrators. The connection was found by Tom Powell a descendant of Henry Rice. The document itself was obtained by Carnie Green. The connection is funds received by John L Rice as an heir of Charles Rice in the amount of $51.56. Charles Rice was tied to Henry by having power of attorney to sell land in South Carolina owned by Henry Rice.
An Awyer Rice, now deceased, was part of the Rice-Southern research group and a descendant of John L Rice, verified by Y-chromosome DNA.
I am willing to send you copies of the documents if you so desire.
Dennis R Rice
Added by Dennis Rice on Jun 26, 2014 9:07 PM
|RMW||Toliver W Cave|
Thank you for adding the family link to Toliver's mother.
Added by RMW on Apr 27, 2014 9:11 PM
|Beverly Lowrance||Sabie Pennington|
I attached her mother as requested. I also know the person who manages her brother William Thomas' memorial and asked her to attach his parents as well.
Added by Beverly Lowrance on Mar 31, 2014 12:00 PM
|Beverly Lowrance||Sabie Pennington|
Added by Beverly Lowrance on Mar 31, 2014 11:58 AM
Nancy J DEALY King; would this be the missing person in the (DEALY?/ DAILY?) family? Sandy
Added by Sandy on Mar 22, 2014 10:09 PM
|Ron Rader||Alva Duncan Wilson|
Links and changes have been made. I found the link to Alva's mother too. Check this out and let me know if this is correct.
Added by Ron Rader on Jan 05, 2014 7:42 AM
|Herb Steltzer||RE: Congleton, Ruby & Eleanor|
Jana: My next to do is to go onto Facebook and check latest info. Shall attempt to contact you on that site. Herb Steltzer
Added by Herb Steltzer on Dec 28, 2013 11:22 AM