|God Made Us Family Now & Always||90725472|
Just to give you a heads up before you get a rude message from Find A Grave Like I did .
They threatened me because I listed my relationship with family members .
Stupid me I thought it was honoring my family and my right to do so and also to help other family members looking .
But, no they said if I didn't remove all my flowers with statements of my relationships to each person I would be no longer be allowed on Find A Grave after over 13 years .
So I just wanted to let you know. I see these are your grandparents and I know it's not right I feel as you do, but we don't own the sight ..
Don't want you to be told to leave also.
|Michael Newberry||Hello Cousin's|
John W. Taylor was my 3rd cousin 6x removed. My grandmother was Susie Margaret Taylor.
|April K||Re: Kenny Varney|
You're welcome DeAnna :). Its an honor to photograph the graves of those that sacrificed their lives to protect & serve this country. I can't imagine the heartache your father must have experienced.
Your uncle's grave at Montgomery Memorial Park is in good condition and the cemetery is well maintained :)
Added by April K on Oct 08, 2014 8:00 PM
|Pamela Estep||Mabel's mother Ella|
Mabel Francis Curry Oney, Memorial# 113919174, her mother Ella Ray 1885-1969 was Ella Rae Harvey d/o George & Susan Robinette Harvey, Mabel's son Jerry David Oney was married to my 1st cousin.
|kaye willis||Melvina Burke Grave|
I'm very new to this sort of thing, but I am researching my family, the Burke's. I live in Prestonsburg, KY. Any info you could help me with concerning Melvina Burke. Thank you
|Mary Cleghon||w j lowe|
do you have any information where his wife lived after his death and was her name Dolly McCoy Lowe?
|Kay ||Bertie Burke and son tombstone|
You have my permission to use my pictures on Ancestry but would appreciate giving me credit for finding and taking...glad I could..Kay
Added by Kay on Oct 30, 2013 9:23 PM
|Brenda Bishop Taylor||John W. Taylor|
If John W. Taylor (my husband's 5th Great-Grandfather) died in 1814. Who was Mary Ann (Polly) Varney Taylor my husband's 5th Great-Grandmother married to when Azander Taylor( my husband's 4th Great-Grandfather)he was born in 1816.If John died in 1814,he can't be Azander's father. Can you help me? Thank You Brenda Bishop Taylor
|Waukesha Lowe Sammons||ELLIOTT ALEXANDER "DOC" McCOY|
AFTER 93 YEARS OF HIS FAMILY NOT KNOWING WHAT BECAME OF KENTUCKY MOUNTAINEER, ELLIOTT ALEXANDER "DOC" McCOY, WHO WAS THE GREAT-GRANDFATHER OF MY HUSBAND, I SOLVED THE MYSTERY IN 2006 BY FINDING HIS DEATH RECORD. DOC DIED MARCH 14, 1921 IN HUGHESTON, KANAWHA COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA; BUT HIS PLACE OF BURIAL WAS LEFT BLANK ON THE FORM. IF HIS RESTING PLACE CAN BE IDENTIFIED AND IS UNMARKED, I WISH TO ERECT A HEADSTONE. I AM SEARCHING FOR HIS GRAVE AND A PHOTOGRAPH OF HIM. AS THE FAMILY HISTORIAN AND GENEALOGIST, ANY INFORMATION WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. WAUKESHA LOWE SAMMONS
would you know there, Constance sophie back auxier, grave is? she died in jonson co. ky.1858.
thanks ,paulette porter, a grgrgr grandchild.
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