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|julia johnson||William Asberry Cannon|
I am asking for information about this man, father of Willie Cannon, your relative.
According to recent DNA results, it appears that there may be a direct link to my grandfather, William Guinn (b. 1885) both of whom lived in Logan County, Arkansas.
If you can tell me anything about this Cannon group or link me with Willie's line, I would appreciate it more than I can say.
|macso||RE: My Thanks!|
You're welcome. Glad I could be of help to you. Chris
Added by macso on Sep 14, 2012 5:15 PM
|Mike Booth||La Chappa|
There are no residents on the land of the Jamul Indian Reservation. I contacted a person who said that they do not have any written records for the people who are buried there. He does recall seeing a small metal plaque with the name of La Chappa. However he cannot recall where it was in the cemetery. We walked the entire area and did not find the marker. Sorry.
|Mike Booth||Donald & Marie La Chappa|
|Lela Spizzirri||William White, Jr|
Just wanted to say, Hey Cuz!, looks like we have a grandfather in common...
|Donna Miller||RE: George Ankney|
you may want to contact me off site for additional information.
|Donna Miller||George Ankney|
I have research information on the Ankney family if you are interested. My husband's mother was Pearl O. Ankney, her family lines contain George W. Ankney & Harriet Northey Cummings Ankney (Harriet died 7 Mar 1931).
Donna K Miller
|Olive Hoffman||James Ankney|
I just did a Google search and came up with this message board; a lead to where James might be found.
|Olive Hoffman||Schoonmaker, William & Lucy|
LUCY (ANKNEY) AND BILL (WILLIAM) SCHOONMAKER
[Submitted by Jessie Ryan]
Mom was born July 14, 1887 at Beloit, KA to Emma (Foreman) and James Ankney. She went to Iowa is a covered wagon with parents, brothers and sisters at an early age. She died August 26, 1960, buried in Waukenabo Cemetery.
Cemetery Inscriptions posted on the Aitkin County, MN GenWeb site...
WAUKENABO CEMETERY; AITKIN COUNTY, MINNESOTA
Lucy E. 1887 - 8/26/1959 (tombstone says 1960)
I also have William as being born in Winnebago Village, Winnebago (county), Illinois.
I'm glad I was able to find him. I added more Suggs photos you might want to check out.
Added by Cookie on Jan 07, 2012 3:24 PM
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