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I'm interested in information on Massey, Clyatt, Gillson, Trexler, Snell, Short, Silvey and Starritt families. Especially with the Massey and Clyatt family in Polk County, GA. |
I don't mind anyone using the photos I've taken for their research.
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|Searcher||RE: Cleveland Downs 68105959|
Thank you for searching!!
Added by Searcher on Jan 22, 2015 8:32 PM
I would post it and in the caption area explain the picture it's apart of his and her life plus it was her first husband add the link to connect them together. That's what's the memorial page is for to tell a person life and history. Just my thoughts tho. Have a great day and thank for being a contributor to find a grave.
There are many Woods in that cemetery we also add headstone to their memorial page of you are relatived to the woods in that cemetery go get it out an your very welcome.
|macso||RE: Beulah Schaffrath|
No he was not with her. I have been looking into her ancestry today and find her very illusive to follow as is her husband. Chris
Added by macso on Dec 28, 2014 9:40 AM
I am so sorry for the late response. I changed my email address.I am not related to Coy Massey. I believe that I was just "passing through" when I left something for him.Happy Holidays.
Added by mel on Dec 26, 2014 3:26 PM
for your assistance.
|Paul Goddard||RE: Polly Goddard Robinson # 114320154|
I could not locate her mother's grave.
1. William Goddard
2. Joseph Goddard
3. Mary "Polly" Goddard Robinson (divorced Joseph Harris and gave her maiden name to her children)
4. Peter Goddard
5. Thomas Goddard
6. William Carl Goddard Sr.
7. William Carl Goddard Jr.
8. Paul Goddard
|Paul Goddard||Polly Goddard Robinson # 114320154|
Her father Joseph Goddard #56823244
Her grandfather # 87216596
Thank you for the headstone photo for Veteran Daniel McSweeny!
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE LINK! HOW VERY SWEET OF YOU! The Hawley's are the family of my niece and nephew: My brother's wife was a Hawley.Her grandfather was Grover Cleveland Hawley. I started working on the Hawley's when my nephew was trying to get into law school and they wanted him to write a paper on who he was. Most papers are written on their accomplishments, their service work, their goals and plans. My nephew had not really done anything with school activities or community service. Therefore, I came up with the genealogy idea. I had done his dad's side and it was quite interesting how our family came from Germany and settled in Kansas and why. We did a history of our German side and life in Home City, Kansas and then went to the Hawley side and what we learned there. I am happy to say with all his hard work my nephew is a corporate attorney today. Doing the Hawley genealogy really was exciting and we learned a lot about his New England roots. Thank you so much for all your hard work. I created a genealogy book for my nephew and niece and keep on adding to it! Maybe one day one of their future children or grandchildren will continue it! Cherie
Added by Cherie on Sep 19, 2014 10:11 AM
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