|Jennie Hill Young (#47459570)|
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As a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, family history has been very important to me all my life. I wrote my first life history when I was 12! |
When I was a kid, our church had a project of canvassing cemeteries. It would be a Sunday afternoon project, one reading off the information and the other writing it and reading it back. Mom knew some of the old hidden away graveyards, and we went to them. After I married, I took her with me again, and, in the days before MapQuest, I drew maps to the graveyards!
My father and mother was working on genealogy in 1940s and 1950s. Mom would drive the old blue truck around Perry, Madison and St. Francois Counties in Missouri. She loved learning about family and would say that she felt like she "knew" these people. Her initial notes were from the 1930s. She also filled seven notebooks with written histories of the branches of the family as she remembered them.
Now that is about her, but it is the heritage she left to me. I typed the stories and continued with research which she and Daddy started. During my work, I have tried "to make a correct record." I hope to succeed in that in some degree by documentation of information I find. Please let me know where you find that I'm wrong. Thanks.
I love and appreciate what the computer has added to this search and documentation work called genealogy!
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|AFRCD||Elizabeth Frances Hill|
I see that you created several memorial pages for Hill family members in the Woodlawn (formerly Oak Lawn) Cemetery in Missouri. Wanted to let you know that I just added "Elizabeth Hill" to this cemetery
While looking for several of my Hill family members in Tennessee, I stumbled across a death certificate for Elizabeth Frances Hill who passed away in Elizabethton (outside Johnson City) Tennessee
Although I am not related to this person, the death certificate shows that she was buried in Oak Lawn, but wanted to let you know just in case she is one of "yours". I also added her DC to the Memorial page
Added by AFRCD on Nov 05, 2016 12:53 PM
Hi - Thanks for the info about Alpha May Small Aronson
Would you happen to know anything about her Spouse - John Aronson. He is from Sweden and was born 1869. He is the brother of my Great grandmother Augusat. I am trying to find out if this JOhn is the one I am looking for. Thank you, Lisa
Added by Smurf on Aug 08, 2016 9:43 PM
|JANET SMITH||RE: Our relationship|
Fannie Alice Young who was married to Spurlin Henry Ruddell was a sister to my great grandfather John Anderson Young
|Stanley Small||RE: Found family pictures|
Thank yo so much for replying, I am so excited to find this information and appreciate all the help you can give me and my family. My Father is the youngest of Robert Eli and is happy to see these bio and history of his grandparents. email@example.com I will look into your suggestion on Ancestry. Thank you
|Stanley Small||Found family pictures|
Thank you so much for help and pictures of my great grandpa and family. Matthew & Elizabeth Small
I am guessing that she did indeed mean Dock, as he was called as an adult. As a child they called him RD or Artie, as some census takers believed it to be. I can find no record or family recollection of what the R stood for. His daughter-in-law (still living at 97) says they never knew either. As far as she knew Dock was his only name. So I'm guessing Artie and Arches may mean the same person. That's all their children. Thanks for sharing an interesting bit of the letter...loved it!
Added by SLW on Oct 25, 2015 7:45 AM
|BBrown||RE: Memorial# 127946756 Milton Henry Freeman|
You may use any photo I have posted
Added by BBrown on Aug 28, 2015 6:40 AM
|SLW||Freeman news article and obit|
I need to site the source for the articles. When you get those to me I'll be happy to post.
Added by SLW on Jul 27, 2015 7:17 PM
|D. L. Lee||RE: Photo on Memorial# 131510482|
Thank you for your kind words. I will do some research and get back with you on your questions. And certainly, you may use the photo on memorial #131510482 for your personal use. D. L.
Jen - Jen The sad thing with the little guys headstone is it is only a temp. marker waiting for a headstone. It is not in good shape but it is a 100 years old. Have a great day, Jen
Added by Jen on May 20, 2015 7:57 PM
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