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Karen M. (#47152545)
 member for 7 years, 1 month, 16 days
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Bio Photo I have been doing family research since 1998. I am researching both my husbands and my side.
Researching on my side:
Washburn, Sager, Tyler, McPherson, Miller, Cooke, Groh/Grow, Muma, Sersaw, Rhodes, Nichols/Nicholls, Crow, and Hodges and more.
My husband's side:
Massey, Parks, Martin, Leddick/Liddick, Smith, Tinkler, Fox, Bascom and more.

I am a proud descendant of Francis Cooke of the Mayflower.
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Marion David Nesbitt
RE: Robert Lewis Atkinson
Karen, I very much appreciate your efforts but the Robert Louis Atkinson I am searching for would have been born about 1947 or 48. He was in my high school class of 1966 and I know he was in Sumter County, SC that year. I'll keep looking. My thanks to you!! Marion David Nesbitt
Added by Marion David Nesbitt on Aug 24, 2016 7:57 PM
Tom McManus
RE: Anderson
There were three Anderson' s and I screwed up. I will get it.Sorry
Added by Tom McManus on Aug 24, 2016 6:33 PM
Marion David Nesbitt
Robert Lewis Atkinson
Karen, I am interested in the information you posted on Robert Atkinson, in particular, I am interested in finding information on his deceased son, Robert Louis Atkinson who was killed in Vietnam. You show that you were a distant cousin and I wonder if you can tell me if either the father or son ever lived in Sumter, SC? I had a classmate in 1966 with the same name and the photo posted online looks very much like the one in our high school yearbook. Can you tell me if he or his father did live in this area? Was Robert Lewis Atkinson, the father, ever in the USAF and stationed at Shaw AFB in Sumter? Thanks for any info you can give me.
Added by Marion David Nesbitt on Aug 24, 2016 9:08 AM
RE: Reffruschinni
You are welcome to use any photos that I post on Find A Grave for your family research.
Added by butterfly on Aug 13, 2016 5:19 PM
Cynthia Fitzgerald
William Shepard photo
Pineview is also a crematory, so he may have been cremated there but buried elsewhere.
Added by Cynthia Fitzgerald on Jul 30, 2016 1:59 PM
Jo Swanson
RE: Gum
You're welcome! :)
Added by Jo Swanson on Jul 25, 2016 11:01 AM
Civa Wahnee-Hill
RE: Nesmith
Not a problem you're welcome
Added by Civa Wahnee-Hill on Jul 21, 2016 2:26 PM
Daniel Mallory
Thank you very much!
Added by Bob on Jul 11, 2016 2:28 PM
Tom Jenkins
RE: Sager, Parke, McConnell
You are welcome. The time of your message indicates that it was shortly after I took the pictures in the cemetery. You might wish to take a second look because since then I have edited all those that were sideways and upside down. They are all right now. I also added a new listing for Ward H Parke but forgot to take the picture. That should be in place tomorrow.

Regards, Tom Jenkins.

BTW: If you would like me to transfer control of Ward's memorial just let me know. :)
Added by Tom Jenkins on Jul 10, 2016 8:26 PM
Petoskey History 1852-2002
Further Clarification: Sager
There are two John Sagers. One is the brother of William Sager (1878-1964) and the other, is his his son, the admiral. The admiral is often referred to as J. Parke Sager.

This may help: At the end of the Obituary for Will (1878-1964)

"Surviving besides his wife are two sons: Captain Park Seger, U. S. N., Coronado, California and Robert C. Sager, Falls Church, Virginia; a step-son Jack Herron of Petoskey; a brother, John Sager of Mt. Dora, Florida and six grandchildren

Also, at our Greenwood site here in Petoskey, there is a long and extensive obituary for Will's son, John (Admiral J.Parke Sager. It is at:

I realize this can be confusing, but we will get it straightened out eventually. : )
Added by Petoskey History 1852-200... on Jul 04, 2016 8:36 PM
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