|Shauna Sargent (#47025771)|
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I live in Manti a rural farming town in Central Utah. My husband is a retired Salt Lake City Firefighter. We have 7 children (3 boys/4 girls)all married. 25 Grandchildren who we adore!! |
I have been doing family history research since the mid 70's. Love, Love it.
It is my goal this year to get as many grave/headstone photos of our ancestry as possible. I am excited to know that there is a place on the web where I can post these photos so others can have access to them.
Anyone need cemetery photos from Sanpete County, Utah? I can get them for you!
Some of the surnames I research are: Sargent(Sergeant), Gray, Foulger, Linhart, Myers, Whitear, McMaster, Teakle, Ranson, Putman, Clegg, Hall, Woolnough, Ferguson, Tuck, Catt, Smith, Dent, Christenson, Brown, Mitchell, Ross, Jackson, Busby, Snedden, Rawlings, Ledger, Herling, Knights, Hallstrom, Coult, Post, Robey, Rolfe, Richens, Traveler, Masters Haglund, Hallett, Hinton, Atkins, Wright, Tucker and Hathaway.
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|Michael V Drachman||RE: Transfer-Bates|
Thanks for sending this one my direction.. I appreciate it.. No Worries on the DC... and I will get those families linked shortly.. Thank again.. take care..
Could you please update the following for Sarah Berrett Summerhays.
Birth North Ogden, Weber,Utah
Death Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
link her to her parents
Richard Thomas Berrett 51579453 and Mary Ann Berrett 61305925
Thanks so much
Added by JJH on Jan 22, 2013 12:03 PM
|JJH||Sarah Berrett Summerhays 30341404|
Please link sarah to her parents Richard Thomas Berrett 51579453 and Mary Ann Nuns 61305925.
Birth North Ogden, Weber, Utah and Death Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
her last name is spelled Berrett not Barrett
Added by JJH on Sep 18, 2012 8:22 PM
|Dan Rooney||Ohio connection|
Hi, thank you so much for what you've posted in the Sargent family line. My maternal great-grandmother's name was Mary Louisa Sargent (later married Lewis Carter) born in Greene County, Ohio, to Rev. David Sargent and Elizabeth Babb.
Mary Louisa and husband Lewis Carter met in Grant County, Indiana, where my grandfather was born. I am from Delaware County, Ind., in the city of Muncie.
|Sandie Peay||Michael Earl|
My name is Sandie Peay. (email@example.com) Michael Earl is my Great, Great Grandfather. Are you related to him. I was excited to find a picture of him on this site, as I have never seen one.
Was that you that posted. I live in Salt Lake City. Is there any information on Elizabeth Woolnough Earl, his wife?
|JJ||Emma Cornelia Curtis Hanks Find A Grave Memorial# 54332583|
could you add the links for Emma? I would really appreciate it.
Her parents: father, Lyman Curtis find a grave # 20742656.
Mother, Sarah Wells Hartley find a grave # 20743524
Thank you again,
Added by JJ on Jun 13, 2012 5:27 PM
|JJ||William Frederick Curtis Find A Grave Memorial# 30312575|
Could you add the links for William Curtis?
His mother Charlotte A. Curtis Find A Grave# 30341225. His father Lyman Curtis Find A Grave# 20742656
I would really appreciate it.
Added by JJ on Jun 13, 2012 5:24 PM
|JJ||Dr Asa Curtis Find A Grave Memorial# 30312553|
Links to his father, Lyman Curtis, Find A Grave Memorial# 20742656
Link to his mother, Sarah Wells Hartley Soper Curtis, Find A Grave Memorial# 20743524
link to his spouse, Anne B Littlewood Curtis, Find A Grave Memorial# 25948145
BIO for ASA CURTIS:
Dr. Asa L. Curtis, engaged in the practice of medicine and surgery in Payson, was born at Salem, Utah county, February 3, 1877. The Curtis family is distinctively American in its lineal and collateral branches, having been represented on American soil since 1635. The progenitor of the Curtis family in the new world was a native of England. Dr. Curtis was educated in the district schools of Salem and in the Brigham Young University at Provo, where he pursued a normal course. After leaving college he taught school for four years, two years of this time in Utah county and two years in Arizona.
He then went on a mission to New Zealand, where he remained for three years, from 1901 until 1903 inclusive, with headquarters at Wellington, serving as president of the conference during the last year of that period.
On his return to the United States he took up the study of medicine in Northwestern University of Chicago and was graduated therefrom in 1911 with the degree of M. D. He at once located for practice in Payson, Utah, and has since devoted his attention to medicine and surgery, in which he has met with excellent success.
He belongs to the Utah County Medical Society, also to the Utah State Medical Society and the American Medical Association, and he was at one time vice president of the county organization. He was commissioned a captain of the Medical Corps on the 27th of June, 1918, and served at Camp Funston until his discharge February 12, 1919, during which time he prepared and presented to the war department the outline and plans for a new tank, which was intended to have the speed of an automobile and the fighting qualities of a tank. For this service he received congratulations from Colonel Thompson, General Crowded, Senator Smoot and several other army officers, but the war ended before his tank was put into use.
Dr. Curtis was married December 28, 1903, in Manti Temple, to Miss Annie B. Littlewood, a native of Payson and a daughter of Martin Littlewood. Dr. and Mrs. Curtis have eight children: Asa Brentnall, Lucille, Evelyn, Melva, Mildred, Helen, Emerson and Delbert.
Dr. Curtis belongs to the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints of the second ward. He is a member of the high council and in church and Sunday school work has taken an active part. He belongs also to the Payson Commercial Club, of which he has served as president. Nothing is foreign to him that has to do with the up building and progress of the community in which he makes his home, his aid and cooperation being counted upon at all times to further every measure for the general good. He also holds to the highest professional standards and his ability is recognized by his contemporaries and colleagues in the profession.
Added by JJ on Jun 10, 2012 10:43 AM
|Lane Anderson||James Willima Duffin|
Could you please attach James William Duffin, (Memorial #31021070) to Margaret Gledehill Duffin, (Mumorial # 6992393)? James is the son of Edward Duffin and Margaret Gledehill Duffin.
|Lane Anderson||James Duffin|
I was happy to see that my great grandfather James William Duffin,(30121070), was on find-a-grave. Thank you!
Would you please tranfer the management of his momorial to me, (47242904), so I can link him to his spouse and parents?
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