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Ancestor Hunter* (#48051371)
 member for 2 years, 4 months, 18 days
Kathy Adams
RE: Frankie Hardee-McCarthy
Have transferred per your request. Best of luck.

Added by Kathy Adams on Jul 01, 2015 6:03 PM

M. S. Taylor
Richard Nelson
Thank you.
M S Taylor

Added by M. S. Taylor on Jun 19, 2015 4:20 PM

Gary Zwicke
RE: Betty Jean Motley Zwicke
Thanks for the transfer God bless you for your work.

Added by Gary Zwicke on Jun 18, 2015 12:49 PM

Mark Dutton
Canzel F Schoonover
Transfer done.


Added by Mark Dutton on Jun 10, 2015 9:21 PM

Kerry Keller
New Zion Cemetery, Kentwood, LA
I am thinking this is a duplicate cemetery but I didn't have time today to verify all names. I did find three today and will check the others later.



Added by Kerry Keller on Apr 22, 2015 5:50 PM

Rebecca ECKARD Wilson
Regarding your Memorial for Lenora Catherine BOONE Lease:
Hello, there. I'm not sure if I've found the right Lenora Boone, of Plainville, Adams County, Illinois, or not. But, she seems to fit my cousin, the eldest daughter of my Great-Great-Uncle (James Robert Boone - # 98777019) and his first wife (Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" Baker - 99122751); who were married on April 27th, 1904, in Romney, Hampshire Co, W.Va. And their first two children, Lenora (1906-07), and Leo (abt. 1908), were both born in Rock Oak, Hardy Co, West Virginia. Then, Great-Great-Uncle James Robert and his wife, Mary Elizabeth "Mollie," move to Plainville, Adams Co., Illinois, because they later had a set of "Twins," Robert and Elizabeth "Betty," I believe (b) September 13th, 1903. Sadly, their mother Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" (Baker) Boon/Boone, must have had complications from their births, because she later died on September 13th, 1913. So their widowed father, James Robert Boon(e) later gets remarried to a Pearl M. (Jackson), from Texas, on October 26th, 1917, in either Illinois, or in Texas. I can't seem to find James and his children after the 1910 or 1920 U.S. Census Records.

(The Children of James Robert and Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" BAKER Boon/Boone):

(1) Lenora C. Boone (b)Nov 3rd, 1907,
Rock Oak, Hardy County, West Virginia.
(2) Leo B. Boone (b) Sept 28th, 1908,
Rock Oak, Hardy County, West Virginia.
(3) "Twin" Robert Boone (b) 1913,
in Illinois.
(4) "Twin" Elizabeth Boone (b) 1913,
in Illinois.

(Noted): Since James' first wife, Mary Elizabeth "Mollie" (Baker) Boone, died on September 13th, 1913, in Illinois, he
later remarried by (1917).

(James Robert Boone's 2nd Wife): Pearl M.
Jackson, whom he married on October 26th,
1917, in either Illinois "or" Texas.

(James and Pearl's Child):

~ Anelia/Amelia Boone (b) 1917-1918

If you are directly linked to Lenora Catherine (Boone) Lease. Could you please get back with me on this, please. James' mother's name was (Sarah Catherine Dean), so I'm almost certain she got her grandmother's middle name. As you will see, my Great-Great-Uncle James Robert Boone, also died there in Plainville, Adams Co, Illinois. But I cannot locate his or his two wives graves, or his children's graves, either.

PS: I saw where Lenora Catherine (Boone) Lease's one daughter, LaGreta Ann (Lease) Steinmann, said she went to live with her Aunt Betty (which is probably short for "Elizabeth"); which Lenora had a younger sister (Elizabeth) who had a twin brother, Robert.

Thank you for your time, and have a blessed day.


Added by Rebecca ECKARD Wilson on Apr 13, 2015 4:47 AM

Sarah Mikkelsen Carson
Green Berry Floyd Isom, Lottie Mae York Isom, and Ben L. Isom
Thank you for making the edits.

Added by Sarah Mikkelsen Carson on Mar 02, 2015 9:51 AM

Vicky Cherry
Gwendolyn Wendy Cherry
Thank you very much for the transfer of my niece memorial to me.

Added by Vicky Cherry on Mar 01, 2015 4:06 AM

Sarah Mikkelsen Carson
L. H. Eason, Nora Adelle Ward Taylor, and Louelia Elizabeth Hunt-Ashby Kemletz
Thank you for making the edits.

Added by Sarah Mikkelsen Carson on Feb 27, 2015 7:56 AM

Thank You!
Dear Ancestor Hunter,
Thank you so much for transferring my aunt's memorial to me.

All the best,

Added by DLewis on Dec 09, 2014 8:47 PM

RE: Brad
Thanks for your help. I appreciate you adding a memorial for him.

Added by KatyD on Dec 07, 2014 5:24 PM


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