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Doug the bug (#46927512)
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Bio Photo Before my mom passed away I started on the journey to discover my family ancestors. I don't remember how I was put in touch with my cousin but we meet about 5 years ago.

That meeting started me especially after the phone call to my mom. They talked for two hours and I spent the next day gathering photos of people she remembered. The past came to life for her when I brought them home. She enjoyed them for almost 2 years before she graduated to higher ground.

What was interesting is that the past also became part of my present. Now as of August 10, 2008, the tree is being redone. However, this wonderful resource was found as well as an increase of information. The tree now stands at 6,011 people. It grows every day with new discoveries. All because of a computer crash new life is growing. With the help of others for every question answered ten more come up.

For that reason I am glad to experience the ever expanding network on this long journey. As they say many hands make work lite. Lets all work together and see what else can be found.

Thanks a million times something,
Doug Powell
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David Gladwell
Jas Haley 37803764
Doug, I wonder if you would consider transferring this Confederate soldier to my keeping, because I have a great deal of data to enter on him. This includes a letter he wrote home from prison camp in Chicago Thanks for your consideration.

David Gladwell 48396714
Added by David Gladwell on Mar 04, 2015 11:39 AM
Terry SRQ
Lillian H Herrenknecht
Doug,

Memorial # 31894210 I believe is for Lillian “Lily” H Herrenknecht Doyle. B: 5/15/1872 D: 6/9/1943 Married in 1894 to Daniel S Doyle. I believe they are both buried in Block 14 Lot6 11.20 Mason City Cemetery.

They had at least 4 daughters: Josephine Doyle Copper B 11/3/1894 D 10/3/1977; Maisie D “Sweetie” Doyle Entwistle B 12/12/1901 D 2/7/1990; Irene E “Babe” Doyle Tomlinson B 7/6/1905 D 9/24/1996; Marjorie L “Marge” Doyle Harman B 10/16/1913 D 11/26/2009. Josephine, Maisie and Marjorie are also buried in Mason City Cemetery.

Josephine was my grandmother.

Thank you for the work you've done!

Terry Copper

Added by Terry SRQ on Feb 02, 2015 10:28 AM
Bill Hollingsworth
Ada Chandler family
I am searching for information on Ada Chandler family.
Any info will be appreciated.
Bill Hollingsworth
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Added by Bill Hollingsworth on Jan 15, 2015 3:08 PM
Will Parr
Michael and Alma Mathoney
Hi,

Please pass on their profiles to me along with their son, Kenneth. I am their great grand nephew, Will Parr.

Thanks
Added by Will Parr on Dec 30, 2014 7:22 AM
LMD
Matthias Van Loon (1837-1919)
Doug, I presume. In trying to sort out all the Van Loons from Luzerne Co, Pennsylvania, I came across your entry on findagrave. If I may, Mattias & Temperance Van Loon were both 72 yrs of age in 1850 when Matthias (above) was 13 yrs of age. I believe this is his grandparents. His father, James Van Loon's first wife died Nov, 1949, and the 18502 census lists him & his 2 sons individually in 3 adjacents homes in Jackson Twp, Luzerne Co,PA. Matthias' younger brother, John C. Van Loon b.1842 is included in a Lamoreux house-hold and the father, James, b.1804 in a second Lamoreaux household. Take a look at the actual census if this sounds confusing. Lois from PA
Added by LMD on Dec 22, 2014 8:21 AM
Brendan Flynn
addendum
hello again ... I see that you already have this information so you're a step ahead of me already. Good work! Pardon the previous message.
Brendan
Added by Brendan Flynn on Dec 19, 2014 8:27 PM
Brendan Flynn
Joel E. Johnson
Hi Doug the bug,

FYI: I found a new site which had my gr-gr-grandfather listed, but the reason for this message is that it also included Joel E. Johnson. Whatever your connection is to him, he's listed by you at Findagrave.com so I thought you might be interested in my discovery.

http://graveyards.com/IL/Cook/oakwoods/confederate2.html
http://graveyards.com/IL/Cook/oakwoods/confederate-names/tablet008.jpg

Have fun with your ongoing searches.

Brendan
Added by Brendan Flynn on Dec 19, 2014 8:24 PM
Farrar and related families
Pearl Farrar
Thank you for your kind transfer of this memorial. Happy Holidays to you.
Added by Farrar and related famili... on Dec 04, 2014 7:50 AM
Kathy Ross
Bowlby family in Elmwood cemetery
HI! I am working on updating & connecting Bowlby family information and would appreciate your help in accepting my edits for Mary A. Bowlby, Jesse Bowlby & Cora Bowlby. This will finish connecting members of this family. Thanks for your cooperation. Kathy Ross Contributor # 47009468
Added by Kathy Ross on Nov 18, 2014 11:45 AM
Judith H.Garner
Clifford John Beaver
Clifford John Beaver Find A Grave#71834357 is listed as both son & spouse of his mother. He is her son,Luevella Lenora Gates Beaver,Find A Grave#71834644. I would appreciate it very much if you would correct this for me. Thank you!!
Judith H Garner,Find A Grave#19469775
Added by Judith H.Garner on Nov 14, 2014 5:39 PM
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