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Allice Reynolds (#35060033)
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I am obsessed with genealogy and have been researching my husband and my families since the early 1980s. Love the historical aspect and find it more fascinating that our ancestors are the ones making that history.

Find A Grave has been a godsend, thank you to all the wonderful people who contribute! This has enabled me to find burial sites for ancestors I never dreamed of locating and all right from my home (a long way from traveling to the place, snapping a 35mm pic and getting home to find it didn't turn out).

Keep up the great work!

Allice Burns Reynolds
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Sharon
Stump family photos
Hello Allice, and thanks for your FindAG contributions. I am assembling a family tree for a Stump descendant and would like to ask permission to include your lovely photos in the document, with credit to you, of course. Thank you! ~ Sharon (Sullivan County TNGenWeb)
Added by Sharon on Apr 22, 2013 3:42 PM
Paula Jones
George w. Roark
You have a picture of george and eliza west roark and their family. I was wondering if I could use it on my family web site, he is my GG Grand Uncle
Added by Paula Jones on Oct 01, 2012 2:18 AM
Barbara McCully
RE: Alice Davis Honey Grove Cem. Grant City, Worth Co. Mo. 1932
Transfer done-I know she's in good hands. I also transferred Sue Ellen to you. I hope to get to Hamilton Cemetery this year and find her grave-Been working every Saturday this summer and it really cuts into my graving time. Hope you and your family are all well and thriving. Love from your Maudlin Family! Barb PS Dad loved the photos of you and your mom!
Added by Barbara McCully on Jul 19, 2012 4:06 PM
LP
George Davis & Lucille Pankau and children
Allice, (sorry I got your name wrong in the first message)

I will gladly create any links and add any info you would like added. Please use the EDIT buttons on their memorials and I will fill in everything you request.

LP
Added by LP on Jul 19, 2012 2:50 PM
LP
George Davis & Lucille Pankau
Shirley,

I will gladly create any links and add any info you would like added. Please use the EDIT buttons on their memorials and I will fill in everything you request.

LP
Added by LP on Jul 19, 2012 2:49 PM
Sean Wood
Chester and Mertie Mikesell
Thank you for the photos!
Added by Sean Wood on Jul 11, 2012 8:45 PM
Dee E
RE: GRIM/GRIMM IN ROSE HILL CEM. HAGERSTOWN, MD.
I love this site, too! It's so helpful for genealogy buffs!
I'm not related to the Grim/Grimm family so am happy to transfer them. They're all in your care now & I hope you can link them someway.
Added by Dee E on Jul 11, 2012 6:14 PM
Dee E
RE: GRIM/GRIMM IN ROSE HILL CEM. HAGERSTOWN, MD.
Would you like them all? I think there are 3 Grim & 11 Grimms. I'd be happy to send them all to you!
Added by Dee E on Jul 10, 2012 7:57 PM
Dee E
RE: GRIM/GRIMM IN ROSE HILL CEM. HAGERSTOWN, MD.
Hi Allice,
Thanks so much for providing the links-I just added them. If you'd like a transfer of all the Grimms, just let me know. Dee
Added by Dee E on Jul 10, 2012 9:56 AM
Alice Horner
RE: Jacob Grimm
I just emailed you last night using the email address I found on the Carroll County, Illinois GenWeb page: http://carroll.ilgenweb.net/outlines/grimm. The email didn't bounce, but maybe it's an email address you don't use anymore? My question is whether you've added anymore information to the "Modified Register for Jacob Grimm" you put on that page. I was given a whole file of the Grim/Grimm family obituaries for Carroll County. I haven't counted them but there could be well over 70 of them. I will be transcribing them for Genealogy Trails, Carroll County at http://www.genealogytrails.com/ill/carroll. One of the things I really want to know is the reason for the changes in spelling of Grim and Grimm. I think there were different Grim families in Carroll County, but it seems like some of the siblings in the same family used Grim and some used Grimm. Many of the earlier generations spelled it Grim, but some of the later generations used that spelling too. What is your take on it?
Added by Alice Horner on May 14, 2012 4:50 PM
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