|Sandra Thayer (#47463372)|
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I was born in Springfield, MO. When I was five years old my family moved to Southern CA. Over the years our family made many trips back to Springfield and Kansas on the old Route 66 to visit our relatives. I moved back to Springfield about 22 years ago. In CA I worked for a large aerospace corporation for ten years and at a college university for over 8 years. I am an artist. I love to paint with oils. I have many paintings hanging from LA across the US and here in Springfield. I also like creating arts and crafts, cooking, and teaching others how to do the same. I also do volunteer work for the veterans (all wars).|
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|Pamela Forristall||Johnson McCormack|
Hi Sandra -
Nice to meet you! I have a picture of my great-grandmother, Huldah Jane McCormack - and one of Russell McCormack, her father.
We probably need to compare our information at some point. I had a ton of stuff - as I did genealogy for 25 years and a LOT on the McCormacks. Unfortunately, my house burned down - so I lost it. I'm in the process of trying to recoup some of it - although I'll probably die before I get it all. No way!!!!
I'm still looking for Johnson's parents. I know that some think they have found them - but I'm not totally convinced...yet. ha ha I also have some 'problems' with Nancy Litton's parents.
|Royce Wheeler||RE: Joseph Denton Wells|
I do not have a picture of the cemetery, and I am a little embarrassed to say that I can not remember which cemetery that Joseph was in.
If you can help me out with which cemetery I can get a photo of the cemetery for you.
|GIRLIE430/THUNDERBOLT||RE: my uncle has passed|
thankyou very much
|GIRLIE430/THUNDERBOLT||my uncle has passed|
39301051 ww2 vet father uncle grandpa friend great uncle great grandpa he will be missed
|j wyke||Soldiers Christmas Poem|
Good evening Sandra;
In response to numerous request,I posted up
The Soldiers Christmas Poem
it's on my profile page.
You cannot read it without crying !
Judy in MI.
Added by j wyke on Dec 14, 2012 5:57 PM
|Norma Jean Herron Thurman||RE: MY FRIEND|
Thank you Sandra, please continue to pray for us, God bless you and thank you for visiting my loved ones.
|j wyke||I've been there too : - )|
Good afternoon Sandra:
Your most welcome, I left your Father Ward another token,you may want to add that to you scrapbook also.
I hope that your are feeling better... the Veterans need your help.
In a few minutes I have to go check our Veterans Hall, the answering machine is not picking up/means possible not power : ( Ugh ugh!!!
My brother sister-in-law are Girle430/Thunderbolt.
I bid you a good afternoon and stay dry,we are getting racked by 50mph. winds.
Judy in MI.
Added by j wyke on Oct 30, 2012 12:29 PM
|W. Loy Frisk Simmons||William Bond|
I am so sorry, but I got pic of William Newton Bond 1836-1922. Please request again and I will get the correct one.
|R Mooney||RE: Johnson McCormack|
Great to meet you too! I enjoy research quite a bit. Unfortunately, I've been stuck on good ole Johnson McCormack. Two wives but no clear father.
I found that same information linking him on Ancestry.com and was really excited, however, I have been unable to find any conclusive evidence regarding the connection to the Johnson McCormack (ours) that I can document via census records and other items, and Johnston Easton McCormick connected to Dr. John Isaac McCormick located at White House Farm.
I actually visited White House Farm in West Virginia where Dr. John lived.
However, the history of Webster County published in 1889 has Johnson McCormack listed as coming to Tennesee with his folks when he was young and marrying Mercilla in 1827.
Johnston Easton McCormick moved from VA to Ohio (which may have actually been a part of VA when he first moved there.) While he'd be old enough to be Johnson's father, the fact that, as far as I can tell, he never lived in TN sort of discourages that.
I tend to believe the story about TN because it was created closer to the actual events. However, I corresponded with a woman on Ancestry who said that, in a story on Pleasant McCormack, it supposedly says that they traveled to Missouri in 1836 from Richmond, VA. So who knows for sure.
Any conclusive evidence regarding Johnson McCormack's father would be much appreciated!
Added by R Mooney on Oct 10, 2012 5:02 PM
|Gail A||Odie Earp|
Hello Sandra, I went to view the grave of Odie Earp and saw that he was born in 1901. The Hathcock that we have connected as a spouse was born in 1856. Do you think we have the correct Odie Earp as a spouse for her? Thanks!
Added by Gail A on Oct 09, 2012 2:55 PM
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