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Blanche Keating Collie (#47962376)
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I have been doing family research for own family, friends and other people upon request for many years. I am delighted with FInd A Grave and the opportunity to share research data with others in this format. My husband and I are retired educators having both taught in public school, university level and been administrators. My family lines include, Keating, Snider, Whitaker, Heinle, Cobb, Robertson, Gann, Routh, Carter, Dunn, Williams, Taylor. Also have extensive research on my husband, John's, lines, Collie, Jones, Mattox, Moran, Rimer, Snodgrass, Cockrell, Huey. After dragging my husband through cemeteries all over the country for years in my research, he is delighted to have me do it on Find A Grave and is even helping.
The following sums up what this adventure is all about.

The Story Teller
We are the chosen. In each family, there is one who seems called to find the ancestors. To put flesh on their bones and make them live again, to tell the family story and feel that somehow they know and approve. Doing genealogy is not a cold gathering of facts but instead breathing life into all those who have gone before. We are the storytellers of the tribe. All tribes have one. We have been called, as it were, by our genes. Those who have gone before cry out to us, "Tell our story". - Unknown
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@Luv2bird
RE: Isaac ROUTH (Jr.?)
I have always observed from LDS and heard genealogical researchers say that unless you are the author or create sources after verifying through diligent research of records such as death certificate, obituary, war pension, burial, or historical document, then error on the side of caution and DO NOT post.

If you possess or have proof and personally verified that my relatives or as you called them "bodies" - were "lost, buried at sea, or destroyed" please attribute your source and reference to it's author or link rather than use hypothetical names like "bodies" for loved ones.

I think it is extremely disrespectful. I must be honest in telling you that reading those words after just locating a burial record for a long lost relative, well, it was a most disturbing experience.

Thank you Blanche and blessings sent.

Jill Marie Routh
aka Luv2bird or "Birdy"
Added by @Luv2bird on Nov 20, 2014 5:17 PM
Granny Terra
Captain Thomas Carter
First his body is not missing he is buried at Barford Plantation. Mary Anscell Parkhurst his 1st wife were married in 1662 in England. She is buried there. He arrived in America on the ship "SAFETY"in 1649. He married Katherine Dale on May 04, 1670 in Virginia. These are their children please note all childrens birth years and listed death years.
Edward Carter, b. April 09, 1671, Barford, Lancaster, Virginia, d. 1743.

Please take note that all the children are listed in the Captain Thomas Carter prayer book in possession of the Historical Society of Richmond. includes Christenings as well. This has been transcribed and copies can be obtained.

Thomas Carter II, b. June 04, 1672, Barford Plantation in Lancaster Co. Virginia, d. September 30, 1733, Barford Plantation in Lancaster Co. Virginia.

John Carter, b. May 08, 1674.

Henry Skipwith Carter, b. June 07, 1675, d. 1743, Made will 1732.

Diana Carter Carter, b. April 11, 1678.

Nicholas Carter, b. November 02, 1679, d. July 12, 1680.

William Carter, b. November 02, 1679, d. July 11, 1680.

Elizabeth Carter, b. February 04, 1679/80.

Daniel Carter, b. October 22, 1682, d. October 30, 1682, of a fit.

James Carter, b. December 25, 1684.

Katherine Carter, b. April 04, 1686, Easter.

Peter Carter, b. May 23, 1688.

Joseph Carter, b. November 28, 1690, d. 1764, Lancaster.

I am descended through Norris. son of Peter. Without Peter there would be no Carter Family and June Carter Cash. This line is extremely famous and well documented very surprised it was missed.
Added by Granny Terra on Nov 15, 2014 1:47 AM
Granny Terra
130824685 Katherine
130824685 Katherine..Sorry I forgot to post her F.A.G. number..Will send these as edits also..
Added by Granny Terra on Nov 15, 2014 12:42 AM
Granny Terra
Katherine Dale 130824685
Would you mind to make notations AND CHANGES for Katherine Dale Carter. Her mother and father are Major Edward Dale 49392570 and Diana SKIPWITH Dale 49392171 daughter of Sir Henry SKIPWITH, 49393318 1st Baronet of Prestwold, was born on 21st and baptised in the Church of St. Andrew, Prestwold, on 19 March 1589 (Parish Register).and Amy Anne Kempe Skipwith 49467621,,
Added by Granny Terra on Nov 15, 2014 12:37 AM
@Luv2bird
Isaac ROUTH (Jr.?)
Please out of courtesy and respect take down your memorial #130766789 because it is wrong. Please refer to the correct memorial for our beloved ROUTH family member:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GSfn=&GSmn=&GSln=Routh&GSbyrel=all&GSby=&GSdyrel=all&GSdy=&GScntry=4&GSst=26&GScnty=1480&GSgrid=&df=all&GSob=n


http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=FindAGraveUS&h=104366915&indiv=try&o_vc=Record:OtherRecord&rhSource=60541

Thank you,

Jill Marie ROUTH
Added by @Luv2bird on Oct 14, 2014 6:14 PM
AAndrewsRF
RE: Quaker Graveyard
There is surely a graveyard in Chester for the Friends and that is where those Rouths are probably buried. You might find information in the Chester Meeting records. A headstone was considered a mark of pride or vanity, which is why all were buried with no markers.

A few generations later, we start to find headstones for the Rouths.
Added by AAndrewsRF on Jul 14, 2014 7:31 AM
linda whitney
RE: Whitaker Family
Morning Blanche !! Hope you are doing well, we are fine here. . Sorry it's been so long time, I get bogged down & have to put it away for awhile. But I'm back at it & I need your help, if you please. I'm working on the John M & Roxie Ann Watford Whitaker Family of which my Grandfather William Thomas Whitaker was one of. My dilemma is: I have in order.....Ellen, J H (Jim Henry ??), Jane Malissa, Wm Thomas, Eliza Ann, Robert Nelson & Mary Elizabeth. My question is concerning a John G or John H (or is that who I believe to be Jim Henry ?? Gee, this gets confusing & I don't have access to a lot of information, basically "Find-A-Grave". I do appreciate any help you can offer. Hope yall are doing well & enjoying life ! Am going to Alabama for a Family Reunion (Whitaker-Henderson) May 25th & want to share this info !!! Thanks Blanche !! Love to you !!!
Added by linda whitney on May 14, 2014 5:50 AM
Jeanne Doomen
Mark Paul Keating
Dear Blanche,

I have transferred the memorial to you.
Family should be with family.

sincerely,
Jeanne
Added by Jeanne Doomen on Apr 03, 2014 6:32 AM
Jeanne Doomen
Mark Paul Keating
Dear Blanche,

I updated the information to this memorial as you requested.
Since you are family - maybe you would like me to transfer the memorial to you?
I do not hold on to the strict Find a Grave rules so just ask me if that is what you want.

best wishes,
Jeanne
Added by Jeanne Doomen on Apr 02, 2014 11:02 AM
carole taylor puntenney
Hi,
hope all is well with you
Added by carole taylor puntenney on Mar 20, 2014 6:53 PM
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