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Phillip Walker (#46916424)
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FDC
RE: Ollie Perry Clay
One other thing - the dates of birth/death were confirmed by Ruby Clay. I always thought it was unique that she passed on her birthday. Her son, Paul Clay, is buried next to her. From what I know, she passed from TB - I haven't determined the birth/death date/cause for Paul.

Frank
Added by FDC on Jun 24, 2015 1:01 PM
FDC
RE: Ollie Perry Clay
Hello Phillip, Ollie Perry Clay was my Great Grandmother. Her husband was my great grandfather, William "Bill" Clay. One of their children was Annie Crawford (nee Clay). The picture on the site is of those three.

Ollie is the illegitimate child of Frank Perry and Louisa Hamic. Louisa married a Munsey - I don't have his name in front of me right now. So in the census taking, the only record for Ollie shows her as Ollie Munsey.

Her daughter Annie, had several children, one being Ruby. My Aunt Ruby is full of knowledge and details. She was married to Purley Hugh "Pete" Clay who passed a few years back. They, along with Albert Clay, wrote a Clay family genealogy book that contains most of the information on Ollie and her mother/father, to include pictures.

Hope this helps.

Frank

Added by FDC on Jun 24, 2015 12:42 PM
Daniel Estefano
RE: James Wesley Ponder
How exciting, you I would love copies of them. You can send them to my email address: dseindc@yahoo.com

I have a software programme that can really improve them.

Thanks so much,

Daniel
Added by Daniel Estefano on Mar 09, 2015 6:53 PM
Daniel Estefano
James Wesley Ponder
Greetings, just wondering if the photo that you posted of James Wesley Ponder and wife has the photos of their children in the part that is not showing on their Find A Grave website. Unfortunately, I just have a blurry, much enlarged picture of their daughter Mary Ornan Ponder Ratcliff.

Thanks,

Daniel
Added by Daniel Estefano on Mar 09, 2015 5:02 PM
MS. Sylvia Baker
RE: Baker family line connection
So you go back on one of the Baker female lines.
As I posted I am from the Baker male line.
Ms Sylvia Baker
Added by MS. Sylvia Baker on Feb 19, 2015 1:25 AM
MS. Sylvia Baker
Baker family line connection
What is your family line connection to Rev Andrew Baker ?

5TH GREAT granddaughter of Rev Andrew Baker
Ms.Sylvia F Baker
Added by MS. Sylvia Baker on Feb 17, 2015 12:58 AM
Nancy Hutzler
Use of headstone photo
May I have permission to use the headstone photo for James Hall # 48925482 on my Ancestry.com site ? Of course I would give you full credit for the photography. James was my great great grandfather's brother am I am trying to collect data on him. hopefully I can locate relatives of our common ancestors.
Many thanks, Nancy
Added by Nancy Hutzler on Jan 26, 2015 4:12 AM
RidgePerson
Tree trunk monuments
Thanks for the information! I changed my photo description. Carving these out of stone must have been quite a job, but it explains how they held up without crumbling.
Added by RidgePerson on Sep 12, 2014 4:22 PM
Ginger Fine
Fine Family Cemetery
My name is Ginger Fine Thompson and Knob Hill is where I found 4 generations of my family. Please tell me how you are connected. Thanks
Added by Ginger Fine on Sep 08, 2014 9:54 AM
RidgePerson
RE: Trunk tombstone
Thx for the reply...it is a very interesting style regardless of the origin. Seems like a Russell lady I once worked with said someone in her family made some of them. Do you know how they were made? Carved vs. molded? I thought perhaps made from molds of actual tree trunks as they look so real.
Added by RidgePerson on Sep 05, 2014 12:21 PM
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