|Ed Gibson (#47129667)|
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I have been working on genealogy for many years. The surnames for my family are: Gibson, France, Patterson, Bailey, Eagle, Mullins, and Parrish in VA, WV, PA, OH, and KY. The surnames for my wife are Vaughan, Walton, Hinegardner, Curry, Scott, Anderson, Drake, and Rose.|
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|Linda Mecham||Rachael Telitha Hill #62921472|
Ed, just to let you know, Rachael is not the wife of James Claiborne Kinnison, she is his daughter-in- law. Her husband was Winona Washington 'Winnie'Kinnison, son of James Claiborne Kinnison and Rachel M. Kellison. Rachel M. Kellison Kinnison in buried at Richard Hill Cemetery.
|Carolyn Hebbe McLeod||Dorothy & Evelyn Glover|
Thank you very much for the transfer of my family members to me.
|Susan Bondurant||Thank you|
Thank you for posting this pic of my daddy's grave sight!
|Pamela Hall Ratliff||Oran Vollney Gibson|
Thank you Oran Vollney Gibson was my grandmother's brother.
|Barbara Halverson||Patterson Family|
I see that Patterson is one of your family names, can you tell me who some of them are?
We are related to the Garrett's (Milam and Brazos counties). My mother's maiden name was Patterson. My grandfather: Harry Cleveland Patterson. My great-grandfather John William Patterson. Areas they were from: Marshall and Morgan counties Alabama. Lincoln and Sevier counties Tennessee. Milam and Falls counties Texas.
Thank you for taking the time to add people to this site. I have been trying to make corrections to my family records. Am I not allowed to edit what another person has put in? If not, please tell me how to request the manager add parents or correct spelling.
Again, thank you
|Beth||Henry F. Sheppard|
Thanks for Henry too.
Added by Beth on Mar 02, 2014 8:53 PM
Thank you for adding the information to her memorial.
Added by Beth on Mar 02, 2014 8:51 PM
|Charlene Adams||RE: Gibson Line|
Anna Parrish, Jasper and Mollie's daughter, was my great grandmother's second cousin and was living with her in the 1910 Los Angeles census. My great grandmother had Parkinson's for years and I assume Anna was there to help her out (?). She may have just been visiting though.
When my father was born Mrs. Parrish and Anna Knabb gave "two towels, white with pink lace" to my Grandmother according to his baby book. That would be 1915.
Small world isn't it?
|Rodney Welch||Memorial Transfers|
Thank you for transferring James Hunter and William Randal Welch to me. These are my grandsons and these transfers are very special. Thank you for your efforts. Rodney
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