|Richard Pittman (#47411298)|
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San Dimas, California -- I am documenting our Pittman line genealogy with the passing of my father. My mother and father gathered lots of misc. info over 50 years.|
I manage a German "Pittman Lines" site on MyHeritage.com, with tree lines back up to 815 years, but am now seeking information/ documentation for accuracy and to fill in the gaps; and separate legends from the facts. Exploring the connects by marriages has been amazing, seeing the expansive history of America.
Family names include: Adams, Carlyle, Conrad, Crockett, Dutt, Kanka, Eddleman/Edelmann/Edlemann, Major, Mauck, Pittman/Pitman/Bittman/Bittmann, Small, Smoots, Snapp, Trabue, Whetstone, Wiseman, Zumwalt.
On my wife's side: Farny (Farni/Farnu), Auer, Baldwin, Creakbaum, Crouse, Dietsch, Holloway, Jones, Kinch, Poelhuis, Schmitt, Warren.
I finally have some research time. As I visit local cemeteries more often, I include random graves to check to Find a Grave. If one belongs to your family, please let me know. My permission is given for the use of any pictures for genealogy purposes.
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|Alysha71||Thanks so much|
I wanted to thank you so much for the photos of Larry Earl Gilbert and his wife Judy Gilbert. Larry was a childhood friend of my mother-in-law and was telling me about him the other night. Sadly he died of leukemia while being sent home from Vietnam. He never got to see that baby boy of his that was there waiting for him. I can't wait to show her the photos.
Added by Alysha71 on Oct 08, 2015 11:46 PM
|Vickye Blatherwick||Doris Blatherwick Memorial Photo|
Thank you for the photo, Doris was my sister-in-law and I appreciate the photo.
|Tim Abrams||keith Abrams photo|
Thanks so much for photo effort..Tim Abrams
|G Taylor||Spousal link between Stewart Parnell Rice #139178371 and Grace Mae Rice #139248605|
My grandparents, Stewart Parnell Rice #139178371 and Grace Mae Rice #139248605 were unlinked by me by mistake. I mistakenly entered that they should not be linked. That's wrong. They were married and three children were born to the union.
Added by G Taylor on Oct 08, 2015 11:01 AM
|Heather Erickson||Sincere thanks!|
I didn't expect to tear up and be so moved by seeing my uncle's interment site. Thank you so much for taking the time to visit and take the photos, I am deeply grateful.
Heather in Colorado
Thank you. Peggy
Added by pz on Sep 28, 2015 5:30 AM
|Arlyss Flippen||Joyce E Johnson, San Gabriel.|
I just had some questions to ask the Johnson family...that was my reason in asking. However, Thank You very much in submitting the burial location. This alone is great to find out!
|Caren Turner||Edgar Fremont Swift|
Thank you so much for the information and gravestone picture for Edgar. I thought he was probably buried with Alice, but had no documentation, now I do!
|Colleen StaniskeLowry||Re: Ralph Lowry family|
In finding my family whose footprints I walked in growing up and presently just finding them is exciting and I owe you much thanks for transfer-best regards, Colleen Lowry fellow graver48672008
|Arlyss Flippen||Joyce E Johnson|
I have been looking for Joyce for quite some time, we went to school together. I am wondering if you knew her personally?
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