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I am from Cheverly, MD my husband is from the UK~|
I am of Scots/Irish/English/Scand/German decent. I found this site just by surfing on~ What a wonderful way to list your family that has passed on and to be able to show respect to many others and their families~ I am always searching my roots, and have found some surprises along the way to learn my Dads mother's family was from Germany, never spoke of in the family, was not popular during the war, so it was never mentioned~ Wow what a surprise~
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|Helen Rineer||Lucie la Zouche|
Thank you for the wonderful pictures.
Thank you for your kindness regards the photo you took for Henry De Boketon Greene Northampton
Thank you! He is a direct descendant!!!
Added by Cameo on Feb 18, 2015 7:31 PM
|Patty Hensley||Benjamin Borden|
Thank you so much for the picture, it is greatly appreciated!
|Kimberely Faw||Noah Mash|
I see where you left a flower on his grave that says family. Are you related to Noah? I am his gg granddaughter.
|Patrick Harrison||Lucy Harrison|
Ann Carter's daughter Lucy was did not die in the lightning strike that killed Lucy's father and two children. She lived a long life with several husbands, some children, and died ca. 1792-1793 in London, England. See this article:
or Google "Spared by Lightning, The Story of Lucy (Harrison) Randolph Necks, by Gerald Steffens Cowden)
Cordially, Patrick Harrison
|James Miller||Matthew Day|
I am a 3rd G Grandson of Matthew Day Jr. I was born in Baltimore, Maryland also and now I live in North Dakota.
I am a member of Ancestry too and would like to share data.
Happy New Year
|Laural N. D.||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 127537589|
Hi Sandy, I'm not sure what you are referring to. I posted a photo of the cemetery but know nothing of her cremation or not.
I have not taken photos of her grave site.
I do suggest you contact the cemetery office in Orland or the local mortuary of which there are many in the surrounding towns. Best would be to look for her death records, that should provide the needed info. I wish I could help you more but recent surgery has me down for a while.
Thanks for writing and using this site it has brought many families together and given them peace.
Laural N. D.
Greetings, Are you related to Simon DeRuine? So am I..
|purple-lady||* Happy Easter *|
Stopping by for a quick "Hello" and to wish you a Blessed Easter. SMILES!
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