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Tim Wilkinson (#29475788)
 member for 13 years, 10 months, 23 days
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Bio Photo Most of my contributions to this website are of my own family although there are a few exceptions. If you find your family member under my name and want it transferred to you, just ask.
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ColinA
Osborne Atterbury
I went to Great Houghton today - to the wrong place; all my fault. I'll pop over again.
Added by ColinA on Oct 24, 2014 9:40 AM
Darrell Doane
RE: Henry and Hattie Wertenberger
You are very welcome.
Added by Darrell Doane on Oct 24, 2014 4:59 AM
Jim Ferris
Anna Avery
Thank you
Added by Jim Ferris on Oct 22, 2014 4:01 PM
Brian J. Ensley
RE: Roscoe Custer
You're very welcome!
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Oct 18, 2014 12:04 PM
Reba Alsup
William Allsup
I am not related to this man. I will gladly transfer this back to you.
Rena Alsup
Added by Reba Alsup on Oct 17, 2014 3:37 PM
Maredia Haddock
reply- So Sorry!
I didn't notice that. I really appreciate you letting me know.

Maredia
Added by Maredia Haddock on Oct 17, 2014 3:22 PM
Dawna Westbrook
RE: Alfred Ingraham
Something not mentioned in the obituary:

Alfred Ingraham in the mid 1840's built Ashwood Plantation in Port Gibson, MS.

He evacuated his daughters to Vicksburg when General Grant in April 1863 crossed the Mississippi River and it was anticipated the plantation would be in danger.

On May 3rd, 1863 the army arrived at Ashwood and a fierce battle was fought on the front lawn. Generals McPherson and McClernand made Ashwood their headquarters. When the union army left 10 days later the family was left with almost nothing as almost everything had been either stolen or detroyed.

The only room of the home not plundered was that of Elizabeth Meade Ingraham, as she had told the army she was the sister of Union General George Gordon Meade.

Dawna
Added by Dawna Westbrook on Oct 15, 2014 2:23 PM
Wm. W. & Rob. P. Cutlip
RE: Charles Duffield
Dear Sir:
Due to numerous requests I'm just getting back to you concerning a photo of Charles Duffield's grave stone. Would you check this memorial #81425673 to see if this is the photo you wanted? If not send us the memorial number of the Charles Duffield you want a photo of.
Added by Wm. W. & Rob. P. Cutlip on Oct 10, 2014 4:32 PM
Debi Hattorf Whitmire
RE: Avery Memorials
Hi Tim, Thanks-you for your reply. Anna my 6th Great Grandmother and Experience not 100% percent just yet but I believe she is and great aunt. I am connecting all the Avery's and just recently became a member of DAR, after along hard work. I am in the line of Amos Avery. Perhaps we are related!
Added by Debi Hattorf Whitmire on Oct 06, 2014 4:51 AM
Debi Hattorf Whitmire
Transfer Request
I would like to request transfer of some of your Avery memorials, my ancestors unless of course they are your ancestors. #18328948 . thank-you for your consideration.
Added by Debi Hattorf Whitmire on Oct 04, 2014 7:46 PM
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