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Chris (#46852418)
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Bio Photo I started my genealogy searching when I retired and my sons gave me an OLD, pieced-together computer so I would have "something to do". Games soon got boring, but I got hooked on the real search. I have found cousins that I thought were lost and found many more I never knew existed.
One of my sons received a book about his paternal grandmother's family and we had such a huge tree, we had to make two separate trees on Tribal Pages. Have traced one of his lines back to his 6th great-grandfather, John HART, signer of the Declaration of Independence. Other ancestors back to France in the 1600's, the Hugenots. And others back to Holland about 1390.
I have now raised 4 sons and 3 grandchildren,the youngest, was 20 in May. He is in the Army & just came home from Afghanistan. Two sons were in the Navy, one in the Air Force. My granddaughter was in the Navy and is now raising my two beautiful great-granddaughters. My husband and I were both Marines.
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Darlene Watson
RE: Gosnell and Nelson
Yep, was an error on my part. I enlarged the photo some more and it is 1902 not 1802. Made the corrections. Thanks for the prompt.
Added by Darlene Watson on Nov 03, 2014 11:01 PM
Lisa Dottl
RE: Cynthia A McClarrion Best
No problem Chris. The Ingalls line goes back to 1594 in England so far. It also has a book The Ingalls in America if memory serves me. Sorry to hear about your Husband. Enjoy the little one whenever he arrives. Hope you have fun with your search. :)
Added by Lisa Dottl on Oct 07, 2014 5:28 AM
Lisa Dottl
Cynthia A McClarrion Best
Cynthia's Parents are:

John McClarrinon D: 1900 and
Permelia Ingalls Spaulding B: 1 Mar 1821 Hampton, Windham, Connecticut, USA D: 1871 Brooklyn, Green, Wisconsin, USA

Her parents are:
Benjamin Spaulding 1786 - 1847
Parmelia Ingalls 1793 - 1824

I have identified 3 of John and Permelia's children so far.

Cynthia, Henrietta and Stephen. There are 4 more to be identified.

Permelia was married first to Francis Hyskinski Root he was born in Poland and died 1848 in Brooklyn, Green , Wisconsin, USA. From this union were 2 children James Francis Hyskinski Root 1841-1924 and Harriet Root 1843-1911. This is the line my Husband is from. James is my husband's 3rd great grandfather. Hope this helps you out.

The history of Green County, Wisconsin mentions them having 7 children but not the names of children.

Lisa
Added by Lisa Dottl on Oct 06, 2014 6:26 PM
v f
RE: Edward Owen
If it would be easier I will gladly transfer so you can get them all researched. Just give me a list of who you would like.
Thanks
Added by v f on Sep 17, 2014 7:47 AM
v f
Edward Owen
I think I have the children figured out. Stone is hard to read. It does say children of E.F and M.A. and there are several children listed on it.
Let me know if you think there needs to be any other corrections.
Thanks
Added by v f on Sep 16, 2014 2:04 PM
Jay Freeman
RE: Mary Ellen Segler, Memorial# 15039944
Thanks Chris for the photos and the updates. The Seglers are extended family, but I wouldn't mind managing their sites if you wish. I once lived in Hope, up the road, in Arkansas. Never knew I had family that close at that time.

Jay
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Added by Jay Freeman on Jan 27, 2014 2:49 PM
Richard Martin
Bacak data
Hello Chris,

This is Richard Martin... Please contact me for some Bacak information.

Take care,
Richard :-)
Added by Richard Martin on Jan 15, 2014 7:49 PM
Robert David Miller
Young transfers
It's always nice to hear from people like you who have lost loved ones who I helped find through this find-a-grave project I've done. I photographed every headstone in all 11 cemeteries around Mount Carmel and made sure everyone had a memorial to them. That part has taken me almost 2 years. Find-a-grave guidelines states that we are allow to make a memorial if no b/d dates are on the headstone or if that person's birth date is on the headstone and it is before 1931. That's why I made one for your Aunt even tho she may in fact still be alive. If she is alive, she or a family member can request it be deleted which at this point you must now do. If she wishes, she may keep the memorial as is and be linked to her husband,it is up to her. If you have any other transfers you want, just send me a direct link using the Edit button on the upper right hand corner of the memorial. Glad to have been of help in your search and as I always say with a transfer "Treat them well, for they are a part of your past history". Merry Christmas back at you. Sincerely, Robert Miller
Added by Robert David Miller on Dec 14, 2013 10:11 AM
Debra Usry
Leighton M. Cornett in Evergreen Cem., Paris, Lamar Co., Texas
Would you please consider transfering management of Leighton M Cornett to me, since he was my father. Please? Thank you very much.
Added by Debra Usry on Jul 25, 2013 5:00 PM
Mags Shaw
Re: Postings and Updates
Should have looked at your page first. Seeing you were a Marine provides understanding as to why quality is as important as quality. Thanks for serving and thanks to your husband and family as well. VR. Mags.
Added by Mags Shaw on Aug 23, 2012 10:39 AM
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