|Nameseeker||Picture of James Madison Stever #56821945|
I would very much like permission to use the photo of James Madison Stever on my Ancestry site.
Thank you for all your work and effort
Added by Nameseeker on Mar 10, 2015 1:02 PM
|audna neumann||Henry Clay Moore|
According to our records of the Stringfellow family history, on the Henry Clay Moore's page you have Will Moore and Amanda E Moore Stringfellow are listed as Henry's children when in fact they are his brother and sister.
Added by audna neumann on Nov 03, 2014 11:43 AM
|KE Tuttle||Helen Babb|
I have transferred our DAR sister to you. That way you can add information and links.
PS Please go to the edit tab on a memorial when you want to do information. It is quicker and easier to add information and do transfers.
Added by KE Tuttle on Jul 23, 2014 4:01 PM
|Birdtrackers||RE: Liberty Cemetery|
Sorry it has taken me so long to respond to your question about Sarah. I have looked through my photos and did not find one for her. There are some that I have taken that are unreadable. Also we left the cemetery before all were photographed, due to seeing a black bear there.
Added by Birdtrackers on Jul 05, 2014 1:34 PM
|Carolyn Wheeler||William T. and Rebecca Buckner|
Cindy, the picture of them on the internet is one that I posted. My Aunt Hazel gave it to me several years ago. I don't know how it got onto the internet because I just posted it with my tree.
Added by Carolyn Wheeler on Jun 30, 2014 12:10 PM
|quietholler||RE: Hi cousin|
Hello- Yes, Lucy Nichols, daughter of John Wesley Nichols and Sarah Legan, is how I found you. Our common ancestors are John and Elizabeth Shelton Nichols who are the parents of John Wesley Nichols and my GGgrandfather, Thomas Jefferson Nichols. My tree on Ancestry is Garretson-Nichols. :-) Dana
Added by quietholler on Jun 20, 2014 8:18 AM
|quietholler||RE: Hi cousin|
Hi Cindy- I am also a school teacher- I understand completely that you are so busy until the end of the school year. My email is garretsonnichols at gmail dot com. We are related through the Nichols family. If you are on Ancestry, I can send a link to my tree. :-) Dana
Added by quietholler on May 24, 2014 10:52 AM
WW Thompson is my husband's grandfather. I first met Aunt Betty in 1970 after Harry & I married and were moving to Colorado. Guess that makes us cousin in-laws.
Added by Jinny on May 23, 2014 10:55 PM
Thanks for the pictures and biographical information posted on Dolores Florine Stever Stokes' memorial. We have common ancestors through Dolores' paternal grandmother, Lucinda Ann Nichols. I have information about the Nichols family and will share if you have an interest. :-) Dana
Added by quietholler on Dec 29, 2013 10:13 PM
|Kimberley (Stever) Smith||James Benton Stever|
Your message confused me. James Benton Stever was not son of George. James Benton Stever was son of James Madison Stever and Phebe Jane Russell Stever. Do you have the Stever Book " From These We Came" by Frank Stever? I descend down from Peter C. Stever. You're welcome to anything I can help you with. Jayne Stever
Added by Kimberley (Stever) Smith on Nov 07, 2013 10:24 AM
|Don Dixon||Lee R. White|
You peaked my interest re: Lee R. son of Charles and Annie when you mentioned his being in Wash State. Started poking around and found
- - - Canadian Immigration Service Record, Vol 2, Page 419, dtd May 1927.
Line 1: LEE WHITE a Logger born in Springfield MO crossed the border headed for Victoria,B.C. It mentioned brother Wesley living in Ryderwood, WA as nearest kin in US. I have a copy of the page if you do not find it on Ancestry.com.
Nothing found todate re: his return, he may have remained in Canada.
This does not settle "what happened to Lee" but it is another clue. Don't have access to Canadian records to learn his travels in Canada.
Added by Don Dixon on Aug 28, 2013 5:57 PM
|Kenny Williams||RE: Use your photo|
Please feel free to use the George Stever photo on the Nannie Stever memorial.
Added by Kenny Williams on Aug 14, 2013 9:25 PM
Yes Frank's father was Benjamin. The only brother of Frank I recall the family talking about was Burt
Added by David Annis on Aug 03, 2013 7:38 PM
|Don Dixon||White Family Information|
Many thanks on the White Brothers. If your interested I can provide information on Luther Thomas Williams father and grandparents and great-grandfather. Chasing the Williams is probably a challenge equal to the White surname (grins).
Added by Don Dixon on Jul 07, 2013 5:40 PM
|TheOldChief||Mark R Dyer|
Transfer has been made. Sorry for the loss of your friend. As to your remarks about asking his wife about her wanting the obituary information being public on Find A Grave: Once the obit is published in the newspaper it is pretty much out there and becomes public knowledge. These obits stay active in The Oklahoman for ten years and then remain in their archives forever. The decision to not make them public has to be made at the time the obit is originally written. Again, sorry for the loss of a friend and best wishes to his family.
Added by TheOldChief on Jul 06, 2013 1:54 PM
|Don Dixon||White Family|
Appreciate the information you sent re: Georgie White and her siblings. I may have found Fred E. White in Butler Co, KS. Suggest you look at memorials #49567233 and #95388634 in Elmwood Cem, Butler Co, KS. Please let me know if you disagree.
Do you know IF Charley Cain (Bessie's) husband was buried in Robberson Prairie (where his headstone is located)??? There are 2 other Cain's there, but too young for Charley possibly children.
Don Contributor 47243725
Added by Don Dixon on Jul 05, 2013 4:53 PM
|Carolyn Wheeler||Lost email|
Cindy please email me. I have lost your email address along with several others.
Added by Carolyn Wheeler on May 13, 2013 7:32 PM
|Carolyn Wheeler||William T. Buckner and Rebecca Jane Sprinkle Buckner|
These are my great grandparents. I was fortunate that my Aunt gave me the photograph three years ago and I posted it to their record on Ancestry.com...I had so many mistakes in the trees I had I just deleted them and started over...so I think I am the one who put them on Google...they would be appalled...:)
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Carolyn Wheeler on Mar 21, 2013 2:24 PM
I messaged some time ago about permission using tombstone pics and photos in my ancestry.com file but I don't remember if you granted permission? Please let me know if it is okay to use them? Thank you so much!
Added by Jay Wade on Feb 08, 2013 8:36 PM
Thanks for passing my message on.
Added by Laquata McDonald on Sep 23, 2012 7:08 PM
|Laquata McDonald||Hiram Leon Jones|
Can you give me any information about Christine Jones? Did Hiram and she have any children?
Could you give me your aunt's address that I may write her and ask her about the family and if any of the children are alive or have descendants.
My phone no. is 208-354-0184. I would love to hear more and need to find any descendants who are alive. Thank you.
Added by Laquata McDonald on Sep 09, 2012 8:36 PM
I am looking forward to hearing from her. Thanks for sending my email address to her. I am trying to track down where his children all are: Amy Gladys Jones, June Jones, Juanita Jones, Frederick Jones, Kathleen Jones Hoff (whose mother was Zoe Gladys Dillow, his 2nd wife. Apparently, they divorced also. Her obituary doesn't even mention him.) and any others he might have had. I can't track them past the 1940 Census, which just came out. Gladys, June, Juanita and Fred (whose mother was Barbara ?, a German/Prussian woman who was older than Hiram by 5 years) show up as children in the 1930 census with Hiram Leon Jones in the home of his parents, William D Jones and his wife, Euphrasia Duty Jones, who is the sister to my grandmother, Jettie Duty Winters of Marion, Ill. Euphrasia died in 1940 in Marion. I am hoping for names of the people these children married and addresses, etc. Laquata
Added by Laquata McDonald on Aug 30, 2012 7:33 AM
|Laquata McDonald||Hiram Leon Jones|
I am looking for more information about Hiram Leon Jones. Are you related? or just took the photo of the grave for someone? He was married to a Germany/Prussian woman named Barbara (?) and had four children: Amy Gladys Jones (1920-), Juanita Jones (1922-), June Jones (1924-), and Frederick Jones (1925-). I am trying to trace these children and can't seem to get anywhere past the 1930 Census. He remarried a Zoe Gladys Dillow and had two children: a daughter Kathleen Jones who married a Hoff of Havana, MO. whom I am also trying to find. Who is the person buried along side of him in Greene Co. cemetery? I can't read it clearly. Was this a third wife?
Added by Laquata McDonald on Aug 29, 2012 3:33 PM
|Alan Drennan||Daura (Laura?) Thweatt|
This seems to be a good match by the dates for a first wife to W K Thweatt. I can find no BC, DC, Marriage Record that supports it though. And I do find a 1900 Census record for Dallas County for King Thweat(http://search.ancestry.com/iexec?htx=View&r=an&dbid=7602&iid=004118455_00681&fn=King&ln=Thweat&st=r&ssrc=&pid=70550707), born May 1876, living with his parents, listed as Single. The date of the census is June 26, 1900, making in unlikely that he had a wife die six days later. However, in that Census record there is also a Laura, born 1884, that might somehow be Laura Ollie. I leave it to you, if you think she should be added as a first spouse, I will do so.
Added by Alan Drennan on Jun 26, 2012 7:57 PM
|Jay Wade||RE: TOMBSTONE PICTURES & PICS|
Yes, that is the line, John Plummer Long, son of David Carr and E (Thompson) Long, Emily daughter of William and Mary (Peterson) Thompson, Mary a daughter of James & Elizabeth (Abbott) Peterson Sr....James real name was James Sutton, but changed the last name during the Revolutionary war era to avoid capture for being a tory.
Added by Jay Wade on Jun 21, 2012 11:45 AM