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Linda Hagler Terry (#47105795)
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Anita Dennis
RE: Anna Hagler
Thank you for the information. Anna and her mother are very distant cousins on my Christie line.
Added by Anita Dennis on Mar 17, 2014 3:37 PM
sem
RE: Stevenson Cemetery
Have you tried putting in a folder then cropping? That will usually do the job. Strut Murdoch
Added by sem on Feb 08, 2014 4:07 PM
sem
RE: Stevenson Cemetery
Linda, don't know if this will help. Remember I have not tracked your family for my interest comes from Clarissa Falls Hagler. I do have a notation that her husband, James Gattus Hagler, bn 28Sep 1820 Madison Co., Ill., was the son of John G & Elizabeth Stevenson Hagler.
He & Clarissa had the following children:
Sidney, Frances Isabella, Janette, Alice, Elmer, George, Arthur Lee, Frankey, & Clarissa May. Two of the sons practiced medicine in Springfield. The marriage was his 2nd.
A photo of Clarissa is in findagrave.

For your info: there are no Haglers in our area (just south of Charlotte, NC) but lots of Heglers.

Strut Murdoch
Added by sem on Feb 07, 2014 7:26 PM
sem
RE: Stevenson Cemetery
Linda, I appreciate your acknowledgement.
For your info our interest in the Haglers stems from my wife (nee Falls) whose ancestor, William Falls, moved to Illinois from NC. Settled Bond, then Macoupin Counties. His youngest daughter, Clarissa Falls, married James Gattus Hagler and had 10 children. I have a list of the 10 should you desire.
Many of William Falls children remained in NC and it is from one of those my wife descends.

Back in the summer on a drive back from Montana we decided to circle by Macoupin Co to see what we could learn. Met a wonderful genealogist, Carolyn Bettis, who showed us around, thus enabling us to gather photos, etc.
Sure ahe would be glad to help you should you desire.

S. E. (Strut) Murdoch-South Carolina.


Added by sem on Feb 07, 2014 7:50 AM
Janet Personette
Susan Lavan
She is my 3rd great grandmother. Hello there cousin.
Added by Janet Personette on Aug 11, 2013 6:25 PM
Laura Hostetler
RE: Jacob Seiler
I can't take credit for the photos. They were taken by descendants of the Seiler/Saylor Family who had cleaned up and are trying to restore the cemetery. This was all part of their research. Here's the link to the site. http://www.ecsaylor.org/PlotMap.htm
Added by Laura Hostetler on Jun 20, 2013 2:29 PM
Debbie Hill
RE: Mary Brown Cline
Someone has already posted a photo request, there can only be one request at a time.

Deb
Added by Debbie Hill on Jul 15, 2012 7:16 PM
Betty L. Gonzales
Free to use the photos
Your more then welcome, enjoy and use the pictures as you wish.
Betty
Added by Betty L. Gonzales on Jun 29, 2012 5:58 PM
Deb Poe
Charles Mayer
Hi:) Just posted a picture of Katie and Charles Mayer. I wanted to let you know that actually date on the stone is Jan 13,1946. The death date listed on the memorial is 1940. Thought you would like to know. Glad to help:)
Deb Poe
Added by Deb Poe on Jun 27, 2012 5:37 PM
Jennifer Osborn
RE: Fanny Terry
Hi Linda,
They are not in the same area. Fanny is a little more east. Seth Terry was very prominent in this area, as you surely know. There is even a street named after him! The Longmont Museum also spends a day of their "Searchers, Seekers and Settlers" camp celebrating him as well as the other founding members of the Chicago-Colorado Colony!
Jennifer
Added by Jennifer Osborn on Jun 12, 2012 1:57 PM
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