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Back about 1983, my father ask me to see if I could find out where his grandfather Amos Crane had been buried as he had died of sickness during the Civil War, and was reported as being buried|
near Sand, or Sandy Ridge, Alabama.
His Memorial is at Find A Grave Memorial# 28991588
I have found many wonderful stories about my ancestors along the way.
Among the surnames I am researching are: Hamlin, Poage, Terrill/Terrell, Litton, Stokesberry, Crane, Hawk, Huss, Blann, Minnick, McAuley, Smith, Golden, Wyckoff,Galaspie/Galaspy,
Gillispie, Glick, Ogle, Offield, Offill, Garland, Delaney.
"You live as long as you are loved and remembered, our finger prints don't fade from the lives we touch
Small plaque shown by a cemstone says:
"Our family chain is broken & nothing seems the same, but as God calls us one by one, the chain will link again."
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|W G Wilber||Records for Walter Wilber|
I just saw the note you left on Find A Grave that you found the Bible Records and letter left by my ancestor Adair Wilber. You asked about making arrangements to provide me with copies. I don't know how many pages of records are involved or their condition; but, I'm willing to reimburse you for expenses associated with making copies and mail services etc. If there are only a few pages, perhaps scanning and sending electronically would be feasible; But, if the records don't lend themselves to scanning or if that's a problem--sending hard copies is o.k too. Ultimately, I hope to be able to scan/digitize the records; in case others would like copies. Just send me an email letting me know what you think will work best for you. My email address is email@example.com I live in northern Virginia; if that helps :) Thanks much,
|W G Wilber||RE: Walter Wilber and Ann Davis|
I wanted to check with you to see if it would be possible for you to share with me a copy of the Bible Record and letter sent to you by Adair C. Wilber. He's passed away now. I've been trying to get hold of his son who is also a lawyer in Port Clinton, but we haven't connected yet. I would greatly appreciate it.
Hi Nancy !
Like you, I'm a far descendant of Jesse Offield and I've seen your work on his life on Find a grave. If you have historical documents, (photos, articles of newspapers,etc..), I'm interested by them, I want to gather documents about my family.
Jim 14 07 (at) gmaildotcom
(sorry if I speak « frenglish », I'm french)
|Jan Dishon||RE: Areda Long Memorial|
|JFINK||RE: Rosannah Hamlin's stone|
Added by JFINK on Aug 27, 2015 9:16 AM
|W G Wilber||Thank you!|
Thank you very much for the summary information provided to you by Adair Charles Wilber in 1981. I'm grateful for your excellent record keeping.
|W G Wilber||Walter Wilber|
My Great Grandfather was John Francis Wilber (born in 1838 in Ohio. I've been trying for some time to identify his parents. I found a reference on Ancestry.com for John Francis wilber that indicated his parents were Walter Wilber and Ann Davis--but, did not provide a source for the information. I then discovered your reference to Walter and Ann. Can you tell me where you found the information about Walter? Thanks much,
|Dave Morris||Wm Hamlin 1803-1888|
Hello again. I was so excited in my first message to you that I forgot the standard find a grave protocol. I also used the uncommon but correct spelling in our family (hamlEN Sorry.
The Memorial # is 33791197 by Terry Hamlin added Feb 13, 2009. I believe you added the picture of Wm. in late 2014. I am extremely thrilled to see it as per my last message. Also I believe I have located Wm's beautiful farm and house in Lopatcong Township. Thanks for your patients. Hoping to hear from you.
|Dave Morris||Wm Hamlen (in) 1804-1888|
I was very excited to see, for the first time, a picture of my G,G,Grandfather William Hamlen. It's so exciting especially because my grandfather Harry Hamlen 1876-1970 described him as having long hair with a bushy white beard. Unbelievable!
Of course I would like to know your connection and if it is possible for me to get a good copy of the picture? I live in Phillipsburg, NJ and will travel within reason. Wife Charlotte and I are on the Historical Committee at "Straw" Church and very familiar with Greenwich Presb. (many Hamlens) Hope to share info.
Hope to hear from you
|nk||RE: Helen Cook Memorial|
Added by nk on Dec 30, 2014 1:40 PM
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