|Beverly Mahanay~Short❤ (#47149599)|
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My first experience with family genealogy was 1978, shortly after my paternal grandfather died. After exploring my family as far as I could and no real knowledge of how to research my family I put it aside for another 8 or 9 years. When Jim and I married in 1986 we began a discussion about genealogy and found we were both very interested in it. By then more and more people were exploring their roots. I'm not sure how we discovered the many wonders the Fort Worth Public Library and Regional National Archives had to offer, but once we did there was no stopping us. Only 30 miles away we made a trip to one of them every weekend for many years. Now we do our research in the comfort of our home, spending many, many hours combing the internet for clues to those elusive ancestors. We have always loved old cemeteries, at one time spent countless hours helping clean the local abandoned cemeteries. We don't do that now that our cemeteries are perpetually cared for by the Johnson County Cemetery Association. During that time my husband and I researched and ordered about 32 CSA tombstones from the government for Balch Cemetery. There are more that have not been added, so let me know if you find one in the cemetery.|
Please stop by my mom and dad's memorials:
❤Wilma Leach Mahanay
❤Alvah Brandle Mahanay, Jr
Angel children from our families to remember;
❤Raymond M. Brown, Jr - Mother-in-law's baby brother
❤David Michael Godi - husband's cousin
❤Dora Dee Leach - my mother's little sister
Two very special children from my hometown that should be remembered, but have been forgotten until now.
❤Unknown Infant Found at Bridge
❤Little Slave Girl Killed by Bear
Two beautiful little girls from our area who were abducted from their homes and murdered. Hope you will take the time to visit their memorials. Because of the work the family of Amber Hagerman did in years to follow most states if not all states have the Amber alert that is sent out when a child is missing.
❤Amber Rene Hagerman
❤Opal Jo Jennings
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|D. Singleton Shell||Airplane token|
My heart skipped a beat when I saw it. Did you make it just for him? There are so many accomplished, caring people on here, I appreciate every one. I'll save it to add to his flying page in our family memory book. :) Thanks, Darla
|Susan Meyer||RE: Chales Haskell|
Thank you for your response. That is so nice of you to create a virtual cemetery to honor the Alamo Defenders. I just found out the other day that great great uncle died at the battle at Goliad, which was part of the Alamo battle. He was Charles Ready Haskell and his supposed cousin, Charles M. Haskell died at the Alamo.
Thank you again,
|Susan Meyer||Charles M. Haskell, Find A Grave Memorial# 8895176|
In searching for more information regarding Charles M. Haskell, we ( my mom, sister and I) noticed you left something under the Leave a Note or Flower section on his memorial. We are wondering how you are related to him. We are trying to see if we connect to him.
My mom is:
Theresa M. Clement Hansen Ekins, daughter of:
Albert Pike Clement and Mary Theresa Enderlin, grand-daughter of:
John Dabney Clement & Martha Trigg Searcy, great grand-daughter of:
Robert Searcy & Mariah Jane Haskell, great-great grand daughter of
Joshua Haskell & Nancy Ready. Do you have any information that might connect this family?
Susan LaVonne Meyer
Thank you for your kindness and I appreciate all you do within the Find a Grave community and for remembering my friend Morgan. Keep up the good work and God bless.
Added by Johnny on Aug 12, 2014 8:50 AM
|mary sigler||Hopey Doom Mahaney|
My name is Mary Sigler and I am trying to find information about James William Porter Mahaney who was married to Hopey. They were my 2nd great grandparents. you can contact me on face book. Thank you for any help you can give me.
|LS67||Raymond Marshall Brown|
I am the daughter of "Jack's" youngest sister Helen. I noticed that under siblings you don't have the all listed. This might help you complete the listing for now.
Gracie Lorraine Brown Hartman 1914-2009
Spouse - Charles Marvin Hartman
Geradine "Jerry" Brown Wynns-Tucker
Spouse - Truman Emmett Bird Wynns
Thelma Ruth Brown Mitchell
Spouse - Clyde Richard Mitchell
Beulah Mae Brown Wiggins
Spouse - Wesley Warren Wiggins
Everett Mathis Brown
Spouse - Effie Mae Odom Brown
My mother's name is Helen Pearl Brown Simpson
and my dad's is Billy Ray Simpson but both are still very much alive and doing very well to be in their middle 80's. The above have all passed and I have been working on the Brown family tree so far back into the 1800's. If you need in anyfo, please contact me. :)
Added by LS67 on Jun 26, 2014 3:34 AM
|George Powell||Nathanial Powell|
I am looking for information on Nathan Powell, Who I think was my the younger brother of my Great Grandfather ( Josephus Irvin Powell) is there an email address or a way to contact you?
|Charles Driscoll||Jesse Snoddy|
We still have snow on the ground, but when it clears I will get your photo. I have the following information for you.
Jessed died in Candler's Hospital (General Hospital #1, Division #30) on the 17th of February and was buried on the 19th in the Confederate section of Old City Cemetery. (SB0110409 - Jesse A. Snoddy). He was one of 7 who died in Candler's that month and 1 of 115 in Lynchburg's hospitals; Lynchburg was the second largest hospital system in the Confederacy.
He was buried in grave lot 195, Line 1, Column 2. The casket was 6'2" x 18" by undertaker George Diuguid.
Dr. Charles Driscoll
|Mark Wilson||hawkins twins|
Hey Bev...researching the Hawkins side of my family and noticed twin boys Commodore and Mac Hawkins who share a double head stone but died 3 days apart. Curious to know how they died. They are buried at the buel cemetary..can you help me? How far is this cemetary from burleson. I am visiting my brother there next month.thanks..
|Robert Norman||Mahaney Family Cemetery|
Beverly, thanks so much for the pictures.
FYI, my wife, Molly C Mahana (the one branch that spelled it different), is a cousin to all the people in the cemetery.
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