|Kim Stone (#48141138)|
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I was born in Pike county Illinois where my family resided since the early 1800's and possibly before. ...names of interest: Clark, Weddington, Bridgewater, Wasson, Close, Snodgrass, Frank, Haskins, Hoskins, Halck/Halek, Shinn, Mewmaw (Muma), Slusher, McMullin, Lincoln, Slayton, Paine, Holton, Phillips, and Brookhoffer|
great link below for Shinn family history
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Hi, sorry I have been slow to get back to this site. I keep forgetting to get back here. Frank was the husband to my great great aunt Lillian Drusilla Glover. I am trying to look into these other wives and children now.
Added by MissD on Apr 24, 2015 8:53 PM
|Kandi Lard||RE: thank you|
Your welcome Kim, glad I could help.
|jbmgs||RE: # 130836985|
His full name is Edward Stanton Arnold. I have now linked him to his parents. He was born in Spencer Co. Indiana, remained single and lived with his parents until their death. The only relationship I have with him is our address was the same town.
Added by jbmgs on Apr 14, 2015 2:45 PM
|Angela Cozart McKnight||RE: Ralph Weddington|
That's a great idea. I will do that. Thank you!
|Angela Cozart McKnight||Ralph Weddington|
I agree with you about the 2 memorials for Ralph Weddington. However, the first memorial that was created does not have him being buried in any cemetery, and it is impossible to contact the creator of that memorial as the creator is listed as being inactive. I am honestly not sure what to do about this. If I delete my memorial there will be no record of Ralph being buried in Evergreen Cemetery. Any suggestions?
|Pat Minch||RE: Alexander Clark, Sr. 1736-1794|
Hi, Kim. I'm sorry for not responding sooner, but I don't often check my Find-A-Grave messages and just now saw yours. How are you descended from Alexander Clark? I'm descended through his youngest son, Samuel, who married the "girl next door," Mary "Polly" Campbell. Both the Clark and Campbell families lived along Indian Creek in what in 1799 became Monroe County, Virginia (Monroe County, West Virginia, after West Virginia became a separate state in 1863.) My regular email is email@example.com. If you're into genealogy, I have quite a bit on Alexander Clark and his descendants.
Best regards, Pat Minch
|Terri||RE: List of Sibbling for Hark Stone #62887310|
The only way to get the siblings to show up is to add the parents memorial numbers (as of right now) so until we find where they are buried, I am afraid we cant connect them.
Added by Terri on Feb 09, 2015 6:46 AM
|Susan Rogers||Samuel Clark, Sr. lineage|
Does anyone know who the parents were of Samuel Clark, Sr.? He was born in New Jersey in 1784 but grew up in Virginia where he married Elizabeth Shinn (now West Virginia). They emigrated to Illinois in 1829 -- this much is documented. And now we have these wonderful photos and records of the Clark graves in Stewart Cemetery, thank you! Susan Rogers, descended through Frances Viola Clark (I have a photo of four of the sisters together = Frances Viola, Henrietta, Minnie, and Sabra which I am happy to share...)
|Shelton M. Mooney||RE: Alexander Clark, Sr. 1736-1794|
Hi Kim. I haven't confirmed that but it looks like a likely connection. Do you have anything connecting him to William Clark that married Mary Jane Ferguson?
|Christopher Veltmann||Clark / Clarke Line in FTM|
This is our Family Tree on ancestry.com going back to 1166. about 28 generations
your friend Christopher (cousin)
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