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Sandra Munn (#47737015)
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Bio Photo Research on Ayler/Landers(Virginia,Kentucky,Indiana) Palmer/Hurst(Maryland,Virginia,Kentucky,Wales)Pryse(Estill,Lee Counties of KY.)
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Ruth Fox
RE: Margrieta Monfort
Dear Sandra:
Thank you so much for this information. Margrieta is a mystery! My research takes me to Kentucky and Indiana for her. I am visiting Kentucky in August, perhaps this will help. War Regards, Ruth
Added by Ruth Fox on Jul 25, 2014 7:57 AM
Ruth Fox
Margrieta Monfort
Margrieta Monfort dob 29 Aug 1748 NJ, dod abt 1828 ? married Abraham Banta dob 1745 NJ, dod 1793 KY. I am looking for her marriage record and birth or death record. Any help will be appreciated. Warm Regards, Ruth
Added by Ruth Fox on Jan 02, 2014 9:34 AM
patty gschwender
Bradley family
Hi Sandra, thank you for the information you have found for me on my moms Bradley family. I appericate that you sent it to me. Patty#47517041
Added by patty gschwender on Oct 24, 2013 5:03 PM
Daniel Wyatt
RE: William
You are Most welcome. my relationship to William Hurst 1802-1889 is 1th cousin 5 times removed
Daniel Wyatt
Added by Daniel Wyatt on Oct 15, 2013 11:26 AM
Catie & Will
RE: Alma Kuhn Shuck
Found some info for you on Alma. They resided on the Frank Worden farm west of Sharpsville and she died at the home Wednesday morning at 7:30 (May 27, 1925). Her death was due to complications. She had been in poor health for the past year and a half. Her maiden name was Alma Kuhn and she was left an orphan when a very small child and was reared to womanhood by Mr. and Mrs. James Goble west of Sharpsville. Mr. Goble was her uncle. She was born in Franklin county and is survived by her husband and two children, Mildred six years old and Stanley Eugene about nine months old.
Added by Catie & Will on Aug 20, 2013 5:23 PM
Yvonne McGowan Shuck
RE: George William Shuck &Nancy Katherine Aldridge
Sandra

I glad you like the memorial. I feel it is important for us to remember our ancestors and know where their final resting place is. Check out the listings for Letitia Shuck Branham Brown, Mary Edna Holcomb and Ida Pearl Shuck Jochim. They are the daughters of George and Nancy. None of the three sisters had memorials, so we had them made. I do have pictures of all the memorials for George and Nancy's children and most have been posted on Find a Grave by others. I will be posting information on the families as I get the time. I have been researching the Shuck family for many years and there is always something new to add!

Yvonne McGowan Shuck
Added by Yvonne McGowan Shuck on Aug 14, 2013 10:12 AM
James Birch Shuck
RE: David W Shuck(1860-1925)
Contact me at Jimtlh@aol.com

There isn't much room to leave a message here. I am interested in our family history. Looking forward to hearing from you.

Here is a photo that I found on the web.

http://www.genealogy.com/users/w/h/e/John-Wheeler-3/PHOTO/0001photo.html

It doesn't belong to me, but James Benton and more family are in this photo.

Jim Shuck
Added by James Birch Shuck on Aug 06, 2013 6:46 PM
andieno
William Landers
Hello

My name is Andrea Nowlin and my husband's name
is Doug. We are from Pendleton, Indiana.
William Landers was my husband's 7th cousin
twice removed on his mother's side of the family
Thru the Banta line.
May I add you as a friend?

Sincerely
Andrea Nowlin
Added by andieno on May 14, 2013 11:06 AM
wayne
RE: Wm Albert Stidham photo
Thank you. Did Christina Bear really live to be 106 years old--1817-1923?

Wayne
Added by wayne on Mar 30, 2013 3:26 PM
wayne
Wm Albert Stidham photo
Hi Sandra

I've just added a photo for Wm Albert Stidham and saw you had left some flowers. You say you're related on his mother's side of the family. Do you know anything more about the lives of the Stidhams in Rowan County that you could tell me? Many thanks--

Wayne

By the way, you 're flowers and the accompanying message are on WAS's memorial twice.
Added by wayne on Mar 29, 2013 5:20 PM
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