|Matt Toll (#46892273)|
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I enjoy geneology, history, and old cemeterys. I am a member of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. Please let me know if any thing needs editing be e-mailing me. Thanks.|
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|Ken Toll||TOLL Family History|
I'm undertaking a One-Name Study of the TOLL surname, Google for "Guild of One-Name Studies", and when you find the site, search for "Toll".
I'm also creating a website for TOLL genealogy, Google for "Toll familyhistory".
I've already uploaded 5 major English (and former colonies) Trees - only about 25 more to go!
I'm currently in Australia finalising most of the Australian & New Zealand TOLL Trees...
My next projects are the TOLLs in USA & Canada. May I utilise your TOLL grave records on my site, with appropriate recognition of the source?
If you would like to donate a TOLL Tree, I'm sure I can find space for it ;-)
My contact details are on the Guild website (in case they are not permitted here...).
researching TOLL worldwide from England...
Added by Ken Toll on Jan 08, 2012 11:59 PM
|James Ray Turner||Grandpa Toll|
Hey Matt, I was looking at Grandpa Tolls memorial you posted. And I noticed you have his death date as 1965. According to all the records and the photo of his headstone he died in 1964. I just thought I would bring that to your attention.
|James Ray Turner||got it thank you|
thank you for bringing that to my attention matt, i took care of it and please if you notice anything else let me know ,accurecy is of the utmost importants
|James Ray Turner||thank you|
thank you for the picture of aunt nell matt you know we have quite a history in our family .if you go on to google and type in clinton starnes and scroll down until you see him you will get the complete history of the starnes family including grandpa samuel himself his father was a civil war vet. thanks again your cousin jim
|James Ray Turner||arroll|
hi matt this is your cousin jim , we went to arroll and it was an awesome experience, we saw everything except we dont know if we saw the right foundation to the house or not. ive always been interrested in the history of william rilley.to be standing by his grave was something. we tried very hard to find grandpa starnes grave but we couldnt find the welch cemetery.i have pictures i would like to add to your toll memorials if you dont mind.talk too you later.
|James Ray Turner||thanks matt|
thank you matt for getting back to me ill let you know how our trip to arroll goes, im like you im really interrested in toll family history. i like what you did on the tolls, awesome work
|James Ray Turner||tour of arroll|
matt im your cousin ,dans son jim ,i was wondering if you knew someone who could show us around arroll. we are going there next week. also ive submitted info on some tolls on find a grave like winslow tole .if you see them and find mistakes. please let me know.my records have my name on them , also if you would like too add pictures to these records feel free to do so thank you your cousin james u can even call 364 5776 or 364 2874 area code 1 620 and leave a missage thank you for your time
|stacy welch||welch cementary|
yes was wondering where it is and how to get to it from west plains mo
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