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Patricia (#46777948)
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Bio Photo Retired teacher following my retirement plan: genealogy. Drop me a line if you think we might be kin.

Researching: (maternal line) Bonner, Laird, Foster, Burke, Speer, Lindsay, Hawthorn, Ellis, Brownlee, Cowan, Barrow, Cathcart, Campbell, Steele, Stone, Lee.

(paternal line) Johnson, Grierson, Robinson, Seely, Kirkwood, Graham
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Debra Lavender
RE: Ernest Kanitz 1894-1978
sure, that would be fine
thanks for writing
Added by Debra Lavender on Jan 20, 2015 9:43 AM
Bob Hastings
RE: wilson
His mothers madden name was Lulu Hill they were from Qulen Mo. he was born 7/23/1928 his dad was killed on 6/18/1928 a month before he was born she had other children Bonita Magdalene Wilson B.9/26/1922, Clyde Roy Wilson Jr.B 2/14/1924, Cecile Leona Wilson B 3/20/1926, Charles Edward Wilson Bonner B 7/23/1928 She got married a couple times after Clyde was Shot I have a picture of Clyde it is on his Tome stone in Poplar Bluff Mo.web site
Added by Bob Hastings on Oct 09, 2014 8:13 PM
Bob Hastings
RE: wilson
He was adopted by Bonner the Hill girl was married to Clyde Wilson an her father shot him with a shot gun they were boyh drunk they never even charged him than she got married to a Bonner an he adopted him
Added by Bob Hastings on Oct 09, 2014 5:20 PM
Bob Hastings
was Charles Bonner born 7/23/1928 born a Wilson If so he was Clyde Roy Wilson son
Added by Bob Hastings on Oct 09, 2014 4:06 AM
Marcia Robards
RE: Charlie and Helen Bonner
They too came from Ireland and resided in Mississippi.
Added by Marcia Robards on Sep 21, 2014 12:23 PM
Diana, great,great grandaughterDiana Sanders
RE: #41305436
I don't know if you received my reply, in case not, I did get your information.Thanks. Any info would be appreciated.
Added by Diana, great,great granda... on Sep 19, 2014 5:41 PM
Allan Joyce
RE: Ethel C. Pellett Burke
sent you an email, thanks!
Added by Allan Joyce on Sep 11, 2014 7:41 PM
Allan Joyce
Ethel C. Pellett Burke
Thanks for the quick updates! I did that about 30 minutes ago. You wouldn't by chance be related to Ethel and Robert O. Burke would you? Or would you know if they had living descendants? I'm related to Ethel's people and have a number of old family photo's belonging to her branch, that came to me via her Aunt, who was my GG Grandmother.
Added by Allan Joyce on Sep 11, 2014 6:09 PM
Diana, great,great grandaughterDiana Sanders
RE: #41305436
Yes, I did receive the file. Thank you so much! I am not done going through all of it yet. I would like to keep in touch and will let you know when I finish the file. Thanks again, I appreciate your time so much.
Added by Diana, great,great granda... on Sep 07, 2014 8:49 AM
Diana, great,great grandaughterDiana Sanders
RE: #41305436
Thank you for responding. Aunt Helen Burke, several years ago before computers, went to North Carolina to search out info on the Burke line. She said that she visited the Cowan house, which was still standing I believe in the 70's. She gave me a basic family tree. This started with Thomas I. Burke that married Mary Irwin in 1783 in Philadelphia, PA. Her info said that Thomas was born in Galway, Ireland, but no date. I have not been able to find info on Thomas. His sons were, William, Henry, and John Byron. Our line is from John, father of Thomas Cowan Burke. John Byron and Thomas Cowan ended up in Southern Illinois. Thomas I. and Mary Irwin, in my info, were buried in Sugar (Sugaw?) Creek Cemetary near Charlotte, NC. I did not find Thomas. I did see a Mary Irwin, but she was married to someone else. Thomas died in 1798 and Mary on Nov. 12, 1813. Perhaps she remarried? There is also a Thyratira Cemetary in Rowan County that many of the Cowan's and perhaps Burke's are buried. You may have this info. I would appreciate verification and other info that you may have. Thanks again.
Added by Diana, great,great granda... on Sep 04, 2014 10:59 AM
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