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|Annette Douglas Lee||URSULA WALDEN|
I absolutely love the flower memorial you added to Usula Walden's grave.
Find A Grave Memorial # 13348293.
Hokes Bluff First Baptist Church Cemetery.
Hokes Bluff, Etowah County, Alabama.
I would appreciate your help in finding the site from which it came.
I'd like to use it in some of my memeorials.
My G.G.G. Grandmother is said to have been a Walden.
I'm trying to connect her with this family.
|Kristy Rhodes||Hartshorn and Confer Family|
I have seen your sweet messages and flowers left on several of my ancestor memorials. Are you a direct descendant of the Hartshorn and Confer families? I would love to know! Thanks!
|Jean-Luc Coubronne||Homer PENEQUINE|
Homer PENEQUINE is certainly a descendant of Constant Édouard Joseph PANNEQUIN (Constant PENEQUINE).
Constant PANNEQUIN was born on February 6th, 1864 in Hermaville, Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France. He was the son of Édouard Louis Joseph PANNEQUIN and Éléantine LEFEBVRE, labourers in Hermaville.
Constant PANNEQUIN already lived in Coal Bluff, Pennsylvania in 1885. He probably married Rosa Ann Moore in the USA.
* The last name PENEQUINE does not exist in France. We only meet PANNEQUIN and PENNEQUIN, and there is often a confusion between the two names.
Sources online :
Birth certificate of Constant PANNEQUIN in Archives du Pas-de-Calais, État Civil, Actes, Hermaville (in Lieu), Rechercher, [1853-1882], p.44.
For more information about PANNEQUIN, please see our family tree "anniedemory" on Geneanet. Easy access through the last name SCHNEIDENBACH, next write PANNEQUIN in "Surname List" (Tous les noms). You can also leave a message there if you like.
Jean-Luc Coubronne, Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
|Claudia Hargiss||Benjamin and Mahala Perkins|
Hi I was curious if you were any relation to them. I noticed you have left something on their memorials. They were my GG Grandparents. Always great to find new cousins.
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