|Peggy Goodwin||RE: Nancy Ann (Hale) Iden|
There is the city Houston, Texas and there is Houston County, Texas. It happens all the time.
|Jane Down||Elizabeth Proper|
I was looking at Elizabeth Proper's gravestone that you added (born July 10, 1785 and died Dec 12, 1867). I have a couple of questions for you. First how do you know she was married first to John Bond Shipman and then to Samuel Proper? What is your source for this information? Also it says she was born in New Jersey. How do you know this? Please tell me your source of information. Also how do you know her maiden name was Tectaiors? Again could you please share you information sources? I have seen a family history of the Cleveland family that states her maiden name was Teater. But no original documents. (Her son William Shipman married Maria Cleveland it appears.)
I have seen some of this information you state on Ancestry family trees, but no one there shares their information sources either so I am wondering if you have some primary documents that give these pieces of info??
I thank you in advance for sharing your sources. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jane Down from Ottawa Canada
|Sharla Cerra||RE: Reynolds Fox Family|
Is that file anything that you might share a copy of with us? I would be thrilled to have it for the Historical Society records......
Scurvy, isn't it interesting that they would know that given how many men were dying?
|Sharla Cerra||Sadie Fox, 2nd message|
Oops! ignore my prior message asking whether she was Mary & Reynolds' daughter. Scrolled down and saw your edits for a link and will add them. Great to have this last little stone in the line of the Fox family accounted for.
|Sharla Cerra||Sadie Fox, 154206808|
I am thrilled about your edit for little Sadie. Her stone is so degraded that I've been having a heck of a time trying to decipher it.
I am with the local Historical Society and I am dying to learn more about the Fox family. I have to assume that she is the daughter of Mary B. Fox sice she is buried next to her. Can you confirm that?
Dr. Mary B. Fox was quite a fascinating woman, coming out here and homesteading as a woman. Is anything known about Reynolds other than his service and death at Andersonville? I wish I had even a snippet about him as a person.
Anyway, thanks for the edit. I do have photos of the stone, just have been trying to get better ones to post.
|Joyce Niswander||RE: Anna McClure Starr|
You're welcome, Barbara.
|pipp43||William S. Brown 29990734|
If you are a Brown researcher--
I have a bio on W.S. Brown from Montgomery Co, KS hist. Be glad to share it--if you are interested. The man was REALLY INTERESTING. Not related to me.
Added by pipp43 on Jan 07, 2016 6:43 PM
|Dale Parker||Thank you|
Hello Barbara. It has been several years since we met on the phone. I wanted to thank you for the memorial for my great grandfather....and for sending me all the information on the Parker history. If you have time and feel inclined please email me. Dale
|Barb T.||RE: Grant Memorials|
You are so welcome, and I'm sorry I didn't get to it sooner. Take care, Barb T.
Added by Barb T. on Jul 30, 2015 11:59 AM
Barbara, I am a cousin of Jim Rowoth you have worked with some in the past. I know you have done a lot of research on the Parkers. I just wanted you to know who I was with a contact. You can easily use my Find A Grave contributor link. Thanks
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