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Chuck Perry (#46911398)
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D. Montgomery
Lillie Perry
Thank you for that info on sources...but looks like one says she died in Ramsey Co., the other says Hennepin Co? How do you reconcile this?
Added by D. Montgomery on Mar 22, 2016 11:53 AM
CarolJJ
RE: My Great Grandma Mary Ellen Osborn Pinson
Yes, Shirley and I are first cousins. Thanks
Added by CarolJJ on Feb 09, 2016 8:54 AM
CarolJJ
My Great Grandma Mary Ellen Osborn Pinson
on here memorial page on Find a Grave you have a note that she was married to Henry Singer in Kentucky. I found a marriage record a little while ago for them in Jefferson County, Indiana. Up to you, but maybe you could update that? I am working on the Osborn part of my Warburton tree and have found cross overs from the two sides of my family lineage. Maternal and Paternal. I get confused on whether a person's name is suppose to be spelled with or without the e on the end. Do you think that most of the people connected to the Bruhn side have theirs spelled without the e? Thanks for your help. Carol Bruhn Jacobs
Added by CarolJJ on Feb 08, 2016 11:36 AM
mary giera
Isaac Wilford Bird
Tombstone says Isaac and Edna were married 1926. On Find-a-Grave some transcribed it to 1924 to make it fit with the birth of daughter Ida, born in 1925. Do you have any information one way or the other? Ida's obit does not mention her parents' names, so poss she is misplaced?
Added by mary giera on Jan 26, 2016 5:34 PM
nora barton-carver
RE: Maude Callaham Comer
that IS interesting, thanks for taking the time to look into it, that makes sense and would solve the mystery of at least where one of the children went, im hoping to get out to that cemetery before it gets too cold to look around and see if Mary Williams, who would be Margarets mother is there as well. im tracing her family and am hoping for info to help locate what happened to her mother and some of her younger siblings, a.j. and evalyn williams (her parents) are dead ends in my family tree ive been working on for a while now.
Added by nora barton-carver on Nov 16, 2015 2:38 PM
nora barton-carver
Maude Callaham Comer
RE: maude callaham comer buried bauscom cemetery warren county tn. hi i was wondering if you would mind to share the source of her birth year? it would help me to clear up a sort of mystery on my family history. according to info i have muades parents werent married until 1881 and although i have the information for his previous wife and children, i cannot seem to locate his daughters who were from the previous marriage after the 1880 census,which, from those records using this birth date would make maude the daughter of his first wife. any info you could pass along would be greatly appreciated as i cannot get to the burial spot she is listed in to see the stone myself. thank you.
Added by nora barton-carver on Nov 16, 2015 11:09 AM
Love My Ancestors
Elizabeth Kingston Wilcox
I took another look ... I see about the name. I was just looking at the bio to her name. But looking at the father's link - it should be Staker as the maiden name. Maybe Kingston is her middle name, because alot of children have a family name. But was listed as her maiden name. If you read my bio - I took over the cemetery names for someone who retired. I will look into this. Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
Added by Love My Ancestors on Nov 03, 2015 9:18 PM
Love My Ancestors
Elizabeth Kingston Wilcox
From what I can see, her maiden name was Kingston because her father was Nathan Staker Kingston and her mother had her maiden name as Lockwood. And she married James Wilcox. Not sure what you are getting at. Could you help me out?
Added by Love My Ancestors on Nov 03, 2015 9:14 PM
Judith Parker-Proctor
Bessie & Ernest Hawes, Ajo Cemetery
Many, many thanks to you Chuck for the kindness of taking the photos of Bessie & Ernest Hawes that I had requested. Have searched many years for Bessie and was so very happy to bring her back into the family fold. Your photos allow those of us back in NC to pay our virtual respects and it are much appreciated. Best wishes, Judy
Added by Judith Parker-Proctor on Oct 25, 2015 7:52 AM
Wanda Darnell
Baxter mcmahan
Thanks so much for the great picture. I did not realize what a big cemetery Ajo was. I appreciate your time. Wanda Darnellt
Added by Wanda Darnell on Oct 20, 2015 5:33 PM
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