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Nancy~ (#46892655)
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Bio Photo 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
Amos Crane

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
Hi Nancy,

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 I live in northern Virginia; if that helps :) Thanks much,

Added by W G Wilber on Nov 12, 2015 5:41 PM
W G Wilber
RE: Walter Wilber and Ann Davis
Hi Nancy,

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.

Best Regards,


Added by W G Wilber on Sep 29, 2015 4:06 PM
Jesse Offield
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)
Added by Christophe on Sep 08, 2015 3:19 AM
Jan Dishon
RE: Areda Long Memorial
Added by Jan Dishon on Aug 28, 2015 10:13 AM
RE: Rosannah Hamlin's stone
You're welcome.
Added by JFINK on Aug 27, 2015 9:16 AM
W G Wilber
Thank you!
Hi Nancy,

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.

Best regards,

Added by W G Wilber on Jul 19, 2015 6:42 AM
W G Wilber
Walter Wilber
Hi Nancy,

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 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,

Added by W G Wilber on Jul 17, 2015 4:31 PM
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.

Added by Dave Morris on Mar 29, 2015 9:59 AM
Dave Morris
Wm Hamlen (in) 1804-1888
Hello Nancy,
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
Added by Dave Morris on Mar 27, 2015 7:40 PM
RE: Helen Cook Memorial
Your welcome!
Added by nk on Dec 30, 2014 1:40 PM
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