|Ann Lamb (#47222068)|
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I am delighted to find that Findagrave is such a a wonderful resource for sharing family research. |
Father's Family Lines: All Catholic Irish
MOLONEY: Seattle, Spokane and Portland, origin in Woodford, Galway, Ireland.
HIGGINS: Portland, cousins in NYC, Springfield IL, Red Oak, IA.
ROWLES: Belle Creek, Goodhue, MN; Cloonteen, Doon, Limerick, Ireland
McMANUS; Goodhue Co.,MN, origin Ireland.
Mother's Family Names: Early Colonial, English, Scottish and Palatine German.
FLETCHER: Faskin, Lanarkshire, SCT to Sheffield to Utah as Mormon Pioneer.
COOK: Crowle, Lincolnshire to Utah.
CASTNER: Rhein-Phalz, Germany (1710 Palatine) New Jersey, IL
McLean/ Maclean, Scotland to New Jersey
CHILTON: Mayflower 1620
KELLOGG: 17th & 18th Century colonials, Rev War ancestor
Daniel Y MILLER, born 1847 IL, came to Blackfoot and Pocatello, ID, then disappeared! A brick wall at both ends.
Husband's Family Names:
LAMB: 1630 Boston, Springfield, Nova Scotia, Lincolnville, ME; Port Byron, Rock Island Co. IL. (Rev. War Ancestor)
SHEPPARD: Scotland (unknown), Port Byron, Rock Island Co. IL.
SCHAFER: Weurttemberg, Germany; Rock Island Co., IL.
HOLSAPPLE: Germany, Washington Co., Indiana, Rock Island Co., IL.
I will add bios to the pages as I find them and will continue to add pictures, as that is a great way to share our genealogy.
I live in King County, WA.
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I transferred Fletcher Morgan to you, but I read the next email too late to make the family connections. Sorry. I guess you need to do it. Do I have any other Morgans you would like?
|Lanie||RE: Thanks for Lincolnville, ME additions|
Hi - I actually got on a project linking up families from Waldo Co., Maine from a book that I have.
Added by Lanie on Dec 12, 2012 9:39 PM
|John Meyers||John Carey|
John Carey is my mother's maternal grandfather. Mary Ann Carey was my great aunt. Thank you for posting the information and photos. We are interested in the information regarding his parents, Thomas Carey and Mary Rowles. Where can we find more information about them, and has Cornelius Carey's grave been located?
|John Meyers||John Carey|
John Carey is my mother's maternal grandfather. Mary Ann Carey was my great aunt. Thank you for posting the information and photos. We are interested in the information regarding his parents, Thomas Carey and Mary Rowles. Where can we find more information about them, and has Cornelius Carey's grave been located?st.net
|B.J. Waters||Amy and Cora Miller|
Hi. I am fulfilling your photo request and just wanted you to know that I have added the same photos to Cora's memorial. You can click on "Change Photo Order" to move her portrait photo back up to the top. Did you know that you can always have the portrait photo stay in the top position? Whenever you add a photo, click on the drop down box for the type of photo and change it to "Person" instead of "Grave". Portrait photos will then always appear at the top.
PS - I have something in common with Cora: I am a legal secretary!
|DWalt & Patti||RE: Mary & Benjamin Lamb Lincolnville|
The broken marker is still there. I didn't post my photo because I didn't think it was any better than the one you have on the memorial page.
|Bill E. Doman||Norris|
Hi Ann: Since you are a submitter of Find A Grave and obviously have the associated record, I can transfer this record to you for any updates you want to make. Please refer to my Bio. on Find A Grave on this subject. Have a good day.
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