|Nancy Bennett Hartman (#46971937)|
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I am researching the following surnames:
BENNETT - BLACK - CASH - CONLEY - GEORGE - HARNED - HARTMAN - HILLYARD - KNAPP - McINTOSH - McKENZIE - MOZENA - PARSONS - SHANER - SOWLES - TENNEY - WILFONG.
I am the proud ninth great granddaughter of George Soule, signer of the Mayflower Compact.
If you choose to take my personal family photos to use in your public tree, please give me the proper credit on your site.
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Andy Devine, Brenda Horton, Chris Robinson, Cindy Slate, Don, HistoryBuff, Janette, Jo Ann, Lenora I. Dye ..., Leon Lane Sr ..., Linda Stookey, Marilyn E., Marty Crull, Mary Sowles, susan pardee, William
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|Sue Tanner||FAG 86443831|
Hi Nancy, Writing you to ask if by chance you would still have this photo and if you could re-post it on the correct memorial?
The correct name is Adam Joseph Schuster in Benzie Co., Michigan. His Find A Grave# is 36860726
Please let me know either way--after you do so I will delete what I created. Thanks for everything, Sue
|Elaine Everitt||RE: Leta Bennett Dawson|
I'm so glad you caught my error. And thank you so much for the information on my Leta. Her husband, Harley "Burt" Dawson was my Dad's Uncle. I will definitely be more careful in my research and not be so quick to make connections. Just think...two Leta Opal Bennetts, both born in the same small county in West Virginia in the same decade! Thank you so much for your diligence and the work you do for Find-A-Grave. It is very much appreciated.
|c.walker||Re: Paul Shrader|
I live in New England, but was in Akron Ohio in mid August for the burial of my Mothers ashes at Holy Cross. She passed in March of this year. I try to take photos of veterans tombstones, or damaged or covered stones whenever i am in a cemetery. Paul's stone was almost totally covered in a very fine powdery dirt. I didnt have my "tool kit" with me that i usually take to clean stones, when i am photographing them. I did the best i could brushing away the dirt covering Pauls stone. It was a very hot day in Akron!
I am glad someone noticed the photo and was thankful it was posted. I have a deep respect for the veteran's stones.
Added by c.walker on Aug 23, 2015 5:57 PM
Also if you get on Ancestry, I have renewed my subscription.You can overlook it and tell me some mistakes(which there prob is some).
|Robert Lynch||RE: Hartman|
Thanks for All your help :)
Hello, my name is Bob Lynch.In my tree I have a William N.Lynch married to a Susan J. Hartman,born 06 Dec 1847.It says she was born in WVA.He was born in PA.They have 3 girls buried in Centenary Cemetery.Charlotte-Katie and Victoria and a son Charles R.Lynch.After this I cannont find anything on her.He was remarried.
I do have her parents.
Henry E Hartman born Jul 1811 died 06 Sep 1885
Charlotte Sypolt Oct 1826 died 18 Mar 1913
Sarah Margaret Miller
|bc||RE: Ida M. Black|
You're absolutely right. Looks like a late night addition; it makes no sense. Thanks for the heads up!
Added by bc on Jul 12, 2015 1:21 AM
|Jo Ann||RE: MOZENA|
Avilda Mozena, whose father & mother were Joseph Mozena & Catherine Hickman, married my great grandfather Benjamin Franklin Howell.
I've just started researching my family line & what a great surprise to find you had some info on them, thank you!
If I can be of any help on the Howell lineage from the above to date, please email me.
Added by Jo Ann on Apr 05, 2015 11:39 PM
|Bill & Sheila||RE: Nate Poling|
We did find that Nathan F. (Nate) Poling died on Feb. 23, 1949 in Billings, Yellowstone County, Montana. He was buried in Worland, Washakie County, WY. Census records show that he was born in 1858 (est) in West Virginia and married Maggie J. Harris in 1907. Hope any of this helps with your family research. Sheila
|CarrieMR||RE: Yatesville Memorial Gardens Cemetery|
Thanks, Nancy. I'm glad to do it. Have a fantastic day.
Added by CarrieMR on Jun 01, 2014 6:13 AM
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