|Anna Schultheis Bertram (#47006901)|
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I have been an amateur genealogist for many decades, and never tire of it. Puzzles challenge me. Guess it is the "thrill of the chase". I especially delight in helping beginners get started. |
Surnames I am researching and their primary locations:
New England and midwest: Hunt, Baldwin, Bigelow, Collins, Rose, Adams, Burket(t), French, Plant
Virginia/North Carolina: Campbell, Collins
Ohio and Oklahoma - Klintworth, Scherer, Schuler, Schultheis
Kentucky, Tennessee and beyond: Adkins/Atkins, Bertram (aka Butram, Buttram, Butrum, Buttrum, etc.), DeRossett/DuRossett, Brown (from ancestor Michael Brown of TN & KY, circa 1800-1858), Adkins, Owen(s), Rigney, Stinson, Shelton.
Missouri and Kentucky - Collins, Nations
I would love to hear from anyone else researching these names.
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|K Berry||RE: Corp. Creed W. Buttram|
You're very welcome!
Added by K Berry on Nov 25, 2013 8:36 PM
|Steve Burton||RE: Bert B. Broaddus|
You are very sweet and most welcome!
|Steve Burton||Bert Broaddus|
If you requested the photo, I did look all around his gravestone for any other Broadduses, but there were none. I did not ask the cemetery staff, who are very helpful. If you call and ask, they will tell you all that they know.
|Robbi||The Adkins Line|
I Anna my name is Robin but I go by RobbiI seen that you have all my great grand parents .... I would love to chat more about this line with you. I will send you a personal e-mail with my number s we can chat or if yo would rather me call you then reply with ur number,,, THANKS
Added by Robbi on Nov 10, 2013 9:01 PM
|Sarah Graham||RE: Green Duvall Tombstone|
You are very welcome. He was my third great grandpa. I wish whoever replaced his stone had've at least put his birth and death with it but at least we do know where he is buried. There are several unmarked stones in that cemetery.
|KEWalker||Ottis and Myrneth Butrum|
I did a search on Ancestry.com to see if I could fill in the blanks on Myrneth, and I think that the O Butrum buried at Martin Cemetery may be a child of Myrneth and Ottis, since I found this. I thought you'd be interested.
Added by KEWalker on Nov 03, 2013 9:11 PM
|Dave||RE: Oval Willis DeRossett|
They wanted to charge me $54.70 unearth it, I also figured the cemetery had to keep it view able, but nope. It dried out today so I ran over and got it for you.
Added by Dave on Oct 26, 2013 3:54 PM
|Dave||Re: Oval Derossett|
I went back today, I first stopped by the office to get some names around Oval, I went out there, I was in the right place yesterday, as I mention his marker has sunk down and covered up I was able to dig enough up to see a part of his name, it rained last night so it was muddy I went back to the office to ask them to come out and dig out around the marker so I could read it, she informed me they charge $54.70 to do that. So I'll go back out in a day or so with a bigger shovel and take care of it.
Sorry for the problem
Added by Dave on Oct 23, 2013 1:15 PM
|Dave||RE: Oval Willis DeRossett|
Dayton is real bad for sunken graves I'll take a shovel tomorrow I was in section 17 lot 140 for sure
Added by Dave on Oct 23, 2013 12:41 AM
|NLColes||RE: Woodrow W. Bertram|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help out.
Added by NLColes on Oct 06, 2013 7:14 PM
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