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|Have researched my family lines since I was 11, just for the pure fun of it and to learn where I came from|
Wendell family of upstate New York. Gould's and Haner's of Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Clark's and Berrian's from around Peoria County, Illinois.
Wells family from Maryland, through Kentucky, to Illinois
Hahn, Bollinger, Croan, DeMott families of Missouri and Kansas.
Thain, Dittmar and Hammer in Illinois.
Talbert in DeSoto and Caddo Parish, Louisiana
Lambeth in Louisiana and Texas
Sidney of Pennsylvania
If someone is of your family feel free to contact me to transfer them to you. I feel families should have access to their family, unlike some who are just interested in the number of memorials they maintain and are so within themselves which destroys the purpose of this sharing information....
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|Fred||Allen Frank Kidder|
If you send me the obit, I will put it on the memorial.
Added by Fred on Mar 20, 2015 11:55 AM
|Cheryle Latour||RE: Minter Cookman|
The only Sarah Croans that I have found are the mother of John S Croan Sarah Ridgeway who married John Stamen Croan and the daughter of John S Croan, Sarah Croan born about 1854.
Minter Bailey Cookman, Sr, born about 1820 in VA and died 20 Oct 1849 in Anderson, Madison Co., IN. His father was John Cookman.
He married Margaret Elizabeth Reel in Jan 1847. Margaret was born 13 Aug 1825 in NC and died 24 Aug 1898 in Anderson, Madison Co., IN. Their children were: Elizabeth Cookman born 1847, Chloe F Cookman born 13 Apr 1848, and Minter Bailey Cookman, Jr born 23 Dec 1849 and died 20 Oct 1911.
Margaret married second John Croan born about 1833 in Madison Co., IN and died 19 Apr 1907 in Anderson, Madison Co., IN. Their children were Sarah born 1854, Priscilla Bell born 1855 and died in 1930, Hulda born 1861 and Mary Croan born 1869. They were all born in Madison Co., IN.
Minter Bailey Cookman Jr born 23 Dec 1849 in Anderson, Madison Co., IN and died 20 Oct 1911 in Anderson, Madison Co., IN. He married Sarah Jane Meade born 11 Nov 1854 in Lafayette Twp, Florida Station, Madison Co., IN and died 16 Feb 1930 in Anderson, Madison Co., IN. They were married 15 Aug 1874 in Anderson, Madison Co., IN.
Their children were all born and died in Anderson, Madison Co., IN. They were: Charles (21 May 1875 - 12 Apr 1922), Frank C (24 Aug 1876 - 17 Jan 1939), M Carey (17 Nov 1878 - 13 Feb 1934), John Minter (7 Feb 1881 - 22 Oct 1958), Willard Clement (6 Dec 1882 - 22 May 1943), Susan M (6 May 1885 - 25 Aug 1933), M. Hubert (26 May 1888 - 10 May 1942), Maggie E (6 Sep 1890 - 21 Oct 1894), Katie S (18 Sep 1892 - 11 Jul 1893/1894), Ray (13 Sep 1894 - 5 Nov 1952), Lester Bryan (19 Jun 1897 - 24 May 1974), F Esther (19 Jun 1897 - 3 Dec 1897).
|Cheryle Latour||William M Croan|
Thanks for the information. It has been added. Thought you might like this information if you don't already have it: William M Croan, nephew of husband, John Croan, of 2nd great grandmother, Margaret Elizabeth Reel, of husband, Quintin Cookman, of daughter, Angela (Latour) Cookman. Margaret's first husband was Minter Bailey Cookman, Sr. and Angela is my daughter.
do you have a place of birth for her and a maiden name so I can update her memorial?
Added by Marianne on Mar 18, 2015 1:28 PM
|D. E. Beeson||RE: Leslie Croan|
I was sent the info thru the "edit" tab for Mr. Croan.
|Kenneth D. Bogard||RE: Melvin Lucas # 142957460|
[Send Reply] Melvin Lucas # 142957460
Just a suggestion, but why not post the actual obituary, found in the Hood River News, Hood River, Oregon.....
Added by charlott jones on Feb 28, 2015 5:59 AM
|Judy Jeselink||RE: Family|
|Judy Jeselink||RE: Beaman|
Yes I agree . I would like to converse with you in private also for would love to know if you knew my mother. She was very special to me .
|Judy Jeselink||RE: Beaman|
My great grandfather was eugene Beaman his first name stated with a c . He was a minister and a barber. I never knew him. My aunt is a well educated woman in her sound mind still and she has told me the stories of my grandmother. She lived this life growing up. She can tell you exactly everything that happened then . Even my mother as we were growing up told us stories of growing up and this was so shocking for my aunt and I to read they couldn't even afford pork and beans back then and didn't have a counter either. So maybe your facts are not as true as you believe. The main concern is you had my aunt dead and she isn't . Thank you it is what we call small town gossip. Half truth and half tales .
|Judy Jeselink||RE: Beaman|
My aunt is Gladys Leaona Beaman . She was born oct 28 1923. The 2 children that were buried were her sisters Elsie and Ina . I have my great grandfathers prayer book that has all the original dates of births and deaths he recorded. She was thought to have polio at the time also and they were quanteened for a month. She was very upset that you have her dead. And her sister forgotten . She is the only one remaining of these children . Nathan Ronald Beaman was her brother is buried also there. My mother was Edith Juanita Beaman born after the other girls died. She is buried sunset memorial in San Antonio Texas and when my aunt passes she will be buried at ft Sam in San Antonio along with her husband and son.
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