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My genealogy research has been ongoing for 35 years and have volunteered photo request for about 15 of those years. If I am part of your "tree" I would be glad to share whatever I have to further your research.|
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|Nona Forrest||here is your original message|
Emily L. Harris ( Sims) Wykes
Do you have any record of Emily's other Sims' children...Ophilia, William David, Mary Olivia Mollie or Molly? If you are not related to Emily would you consider transfer her memorial to me?
Her father David Alexander Harris is my 2nd great Grandfather.
Added by Tom on Jul 22, 2015 11:14 AM
If you could send her Find A Grave number or go to her page
hear the top is a tab "Edit" click that and then use the make a suggestion and let me know that is the one then I will send it over. Nona
|Nona Forrest||RE: Emily L. Harris ( Sims) Wykes|
Hi Tom ...I would be happy to...if you could go to the memorial and use the edit tab for the request ...make a suggestion. Or if you could get the memorial number and send that I will send get your number and send it on.
|Donna Spears||Lisbon Cemetery|
The gate in your photo at the Lisbon Cemetery was recently removed. It will be replaced later this year with the name in a steel arch over the entrance. There is also a new steel fence along the front and is surrounded on the other three sides with a black chain link fence. New landscaping and a new concrete paved parking area has been added. All this by a construction company doing urban renewal between the cemetery and Lancaster Road.
|Dee Burris Blakley||RE: Henry Harrison Smedley|
I don't know where Henry H Smedley's dad is buried. If the Smedleys are in your family tree, I am happy to transfer the record to you.
|Dee Burris Blakley||RE: Henry H Smedley|
The information on Henry Harrison Smedley came from a book written about the Confederates buried at Elmwood.
Very good book called, "Confederates of Elmwood: A Compilation of Information Concerning Confederate Soldiers and Veterans Buried at Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Tennessee" by John W. Cothern. You can buy it at Amazon or Family Roots Publishing. It's about $30 and worth every bit of it, as many of these graves are only marked with concrete posts. Elmwood's office has a plat that can identify the men buried in the graves unmarked with proper gravestones.
I found Elmwood when I finally determined it was where my 3rd great grandfather was buried.
On my Parrishes, I have tracked them back to Thomas Eldridge Parrish, born 9 Jan 1744 in Charles City, Goochland Co., VA. I don't know if our Parrishes intersect...
|Pauline Hill||Martha Almeda Alsup Frazier|
Thank you for your time and effort in finding grave is unmarked. I have listed it as such.
|Berks-Dauphin Roots||RE: Mary Dippery Moyer|
I believe I got that info from a pastoral record.
|Carolyn Davis Bonnet||RE: David Andrew Harris|
Tom, David Andrew Harris is also my husband's great grandfather. I believe you and he both descend from David A. & Camilla Harris. Edna Harris Whitt was my husband's grandmother who was a sister to Hulda Bertha who is your grandmother right? We went to the cemetery where David Sr. is buried and took a lot of pictures. If you don't mind, I would like to maintain this site since he is also directly related to my husband.
It has been a while,but I was in touch with Rita Dipprey on ancestry.com and we shared quite a bit of information.
|Ricky Eade||RE: Dave Harris Dipprey|
You are very welcome.
|Lori Geer Gregerson||RE: Bradshaws|
I will get in touch and get back to you with the reply
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