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Hello. I am originally from California. I have lived in Oregon for 17 years. I love my hobby of ancestry researching, along with listening to music, playing the piano, and studying the Bible. |
I am researching Gideon, Stanphill, Frederick, Davis, Fisher, Pruett, Leonard, Guess/Guest/Gist, Hudspeth, Taylor, Reese, Sanders, Harveston, McGaugh, Phillips, , Simpson, Gage, Boydston, Sisco, Snow, Evans, Childress/Childers, Bonds, Sullivan.
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|Jenn||Harviston Oak Hill Cemetery|
Hi I took the photo request for this Cemetery for you. I just want to let you know I will be reporting a problem. I have checked their listing book and I'm not finding her in the book. If you have any idea if she would be listed under a different name let me know and I will look again. I hate reporting a problem in case she could be listed a different way or if she may be near a relative.
Added by Jenn on Oct 02, 2016 2:47 PM
|Robert Foster||Enos Boren|
I think his name was actually Enos Pinkney Boren.
I've searched the Civil War service records for Arkansas and this is the only record I found that seems to apply:
P. Bowen, Private, Co. H, 10th Reg. Arkansas Militia, Provisional Army of Arkansas, Aug., 12, 1862, Absent Sick.
Further investigation reveals that this was Pinkney Boen (that's how the name was spelled in the military records).
He enlisted 13 June 1862 in Johnson Co., Arkansas and died 5 Sept. 1862 in Hospital at Camp Hope (renamed Camp Nelson).
There was a measles epidemic at the time that killed hundreds of recruits and this is the likely cause of his death.
I believe this is the right man. His death date is correct. Family tradition says he died about 1863.
|personna||RE: Lillian Johnson 59112581|
Hello Bev - This is a photo I took at my local cemetery. Don't think I'm related although the Bohannan surname is ringing a bell. Would have to look at the half dozen family trees I work on to decide if my memory is playing tricks on me. I did do a quick search on ancestry.com and confirmed your data, updating the memorial. I didn't find the name of the second spouse but expect the cemetery could provide that information if you want to follow up with them. If you find his name, please process an "edit" so I can update the memorial. ~Nancy
Added by personna on Apr 21, 2016 11:35 AM
|Tommy & Marsha Gee||RE: Armanda Ruth Taylor Gee|
I finally got around to linking Great Grandmother Arlanda with her parents. Sorry it's taken so long. You've really done a lot of work on the Taylor family. Yes, it'd be fun to talk again.
|Stephanie from Arkansas||Hudspeth graves at harper|
Did you get the pictures.. I email them to you....
|Sherry Hess||RE: Harvison Family|
I was able to transfer your Uncle and Aunt, good thing I looked the memorial #'s you had belonged to someone else.
I am happy to transfer Elma Harviston to you. If you find more of your family, just let me know.
|Susan Collard||RE: Frances "Fannie" Gideon Keithley|
I want to apologize for not transferring the memorial sooner. I must have deleted the email. Fannie married my husband's g grandfather William Jasper Keithley. I would love to keep in touch with you. I would like to share my tree with you on the Keithley side and would love to have information on the Gideon side. Here is my email. Susan2811512@gmail.com
I hope to hear from you soon.
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Added by B on Nov 03, 2015 7:42 AM
|Lynda West Hahn||RE: Elizabeth Elmeda Dunlap Youngblood|
I didn't realize this memorial had been turned over to me! All of the information on it was added before. I have not really done much research on the Dunlap family so most of what I have has come from others and especially from publications of the Carroll Co., Arkansas Historical Society. I have that Jane Dunlap, 1811-1873, sister of my g-g-grandmother, Elizabeth Elmeda Dunlap Youngblood, married Jeremiah Meek, 1806-1873. Is that correct? I don't find memorials for Jane and Jeremiah Meek. Jane and Elizabeth were the daughters of Jonathan Dunlap, 1772-1852, and Ann Sears, 1783-1838. Memorials have been set up for them although Ann's does not include a place of burial as that has, at least so far, not been known. My g-grandmother was Hannah Isabel Youngblood Cagle, daughter of Elizabeth and Jeremiah Youngblood.
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