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I've been interested in genealogy for many years. My great-grandmother and grandmother instilled in me not only a love of family but also a love of family history. Thanks to their research and great memories I got a wonderful start on researching my family roots. The internet has added to the fun and helped me to find out even more about my family roots.|
Some of the family names I am researching are Bishop, Moore, Scott, Keith, Davis, Brown, Baker, Clements, Yoho, Ray, Taylor, Ward, Belshe, Etter, Brazelton, Carper, Keech, Mitchell, Patterson, Lee, Stegner, Stagner, Rowland, Coleman, Harp, Tomlinson, Crawford, McClanahan, Wharton and McMullin.
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|Ed Burton||Nancy Jackman vs Nancy Stagner and Emanuel Grim vs Jacob Grim|
There appears to be conflict between Emanuel Grim & Nancy Jackman and Jacob Grim and Nancy Stagner.
Find A Grave contributor 47021614 provided the following 19 Nov 2015:
Maiden Name: Stagner
Birth Date: 1811
Birth Place: Ross County, Ohio, USA
Death Place: Ohio, USA
This is my 4th great aunt Nancy Stagner Grim (1811-1886). This grave was identified as her gravesite for many, many years. Just recently I noticed that her maiden name had been changed along with a link to a different husband. She was the wife of Jacob Grim (1808-1885).
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Emanuel Grim (1800 - 1877)
You need to correspond with the other contributor to ressolve this problem. Your dates do not match the marker dates.
I am a Stagner doing research into all Stagners to understand their origins and movements in the hopes of confirming my own origins. My current study is the York and Frederick county Stagners/Stegnertrs. Your posting on Peter Stagner(b 1768) on this site is interesting and certainly supports what I have found. I know Nicolas had 3 boys, Jacob, Peter and Henry. Henry seems to be a mystery-I have suspions. There are also others born in the 1790-1820 time frame that I am having trouble with. I am curios if there is an insight you could give me. Do you have a tree posted somewhere?
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|judy lakkis||RE: Thanks!|
You are so welcomed. It was a beautiful day here after the rainstorm, so I wanted to show that in my photo. I put much feeling into my photos. Keeping all natural is the best.
|Cassandra Beth Holmes Davis||Jonathan D. "John" Grogan|
Hello! Apparently we share 4th great grandfathers... I just wanted to see how you align up with John. Feel free to email me directly at email@example.com
Beth Holmes Davis
|Kevin Finch||Robert & Nellie Coleman|
I fulfilled your request for Robert today. He shares a headstone with his wife Nellie. I would have posted the photo on Nellie's memorial, however another contributor claimed your request for her. So you will receive the same photo for her at a later date.
|Blackco||RE: Coleman Cousins|
You are right, you are related to many, which you will easily find in the book. The book was written as a gift to the Liberty Cemetery Trustees to bring in funds for the support of the cemetery's maintenance. It is a historical work and contains a lot of research information that would be helpful to you, including cemetery, monument, people and document images that all help bring our ancestors to life. It is available in black and white copy from Marvin and Betty Cameron, Trustees, at (479) 963-3576. I believe the book is $50.00, plus mailing. If you have any questions about family, please feel free to ask. Your cousin, Connie
Added by Blackco on Dec 02, 2014 12:40 PM
|Blackco||RE: Coleman Cousins|
I have been putting family photos on FindAGrave, Liberty Cemetery. Do you have any of Robert P. and down the line? I am always interested in what everyone looks like. Did you know that Uncle Dee once owned the land that makes up the Liberty Cemetery, etc. I have copies of the deeds. I also authored a book called, The Residents of Liberty Cemetery Logan County, Arkansas. It actually a historical work. Anyway, I always like to connect with family. Best wishes, Connie
Added by Blackco on Dec 01, 2014 6:34 PM
I am one of your Coleman cousins now living in the town of Magazine. I am an old lady now, but have been researching since I was 16 years, because of a family history similar to yours where family was very important. I have done extensive research, and am hoping we might be able to help one another. Hope to hear from you, Connie Blackwell
Added by Blackco on Dec 01, 2014 6:16 AM
|TeddyD||SSgt Earl A Patterson, Jr Memorial|
I have uploaded an image of The Shark Crew that Earl was a member of. Would you be able to ask your contact of the Patterson family if they could identify him in the image? Thanks. Ted Dudziak
Added by TeddyD on Sep 13, 2014 8:18 AM
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