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Jo Anne Snow (#47958859)
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Bio Photo Even though I have lived in Austin, Texas, for nearly twenty years, I am still a Californian. I was born there and my grandmother and mother were as well. I gave birth to my daughter in California and lived in the state for the first 40 years of my life.

Sometimes you don't know where you came from until you move away or travel extensively. That has been true for me. Besides, I can never be a Texan anyway. Unlike Californians, they are a very proud people, unwilling to pollute their identity with any strangers. You must be born in Texas to be a Texan. They usually fly the Texas flag on a separate pole and at an equal height to the U.S. flag. In case you didn't know, Texas is the only state that was an independent nation before joining the United States of America.

I currently have four websites:
-http://wilsonmaudegiffin.pbworks.com
-http://www.grimshaworigin.org/snowfamily/
-http://www.kleingiffin.webs.com
-http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/47768838/family

So far I pull information from what other researchers have found, but I am usually very good at documenting sources and only using research done by those that are also good at documenting their sources.

My dad was born and raised in Missouri. His roots were there for at least three or four generations. Our Snow ancestors trace back to William Snow that married Rebecca Browne whose father was Peter Browne on the Mayflower. Atterberry traces back through Benjamin Caldwell Atterberry to Seaman Atterberry all the way back to William Atterbury, the 1733 English emigrant.

On my mother's side, her maternal roots trace back as many as eight to ten generations of Giffins and Morrows, while her paternal roots--the Kleins and Whittmans--were first generation immigrants from the Alsace Lorrain region of France.

Like most others in this endeavor, my purpose is to document and make public all the information I have collected for the benefit of future generations.
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Farm Girl from MO.
RE: Shiloh Cemetery
Thanks again for the transfer of memorials at Shiloh. I have added links and what info. I could find to them. Some I didn't know much about but every little bit helps I guess. More news about the flooding in your state this morning on TV. Hopefully the weather will change soon and Texas will see the sun shine so those affected can start recovering from their losses. Take care, Farm Girl from MO.
Added by Farm Girl from MO. on May 29, 2015 7:17 AM
Farm Girl from MO.
RE: Shiloh Cemetery
Thanks for all the transfers for burials at Shiloh. I will take good care of them and add anything I might find to their memorials. Glad to know you are up on a hill. Yes, they have allowed to many buildings & homes to be built in low areas that are prone to flooding. Also paving over large areas with concrete also compounds the problem. It is hard to resolve the problem once it happens. Maybe they should suck up some of the water and haul it to California. They need the water! Probably seen as to expensive anyway.

Yes, I am sure those who have lost family and their homes are devastated and I hope those missing can be found alive. More later and thanks again for sending the Gilbreaths & Carpenters, etc. my way. Have a nice day, Farm Girl from MO.
Added by Farm Girl from MO. on May 28, 2015 1:34 PM
Farm Girl from MO.
RE: Shiloh Cemetery
After looking at some of the memorials you have at Shiloh I see they are for some of the Gilbreath and Carpenter families and both are relatives of my husbands. I would be happy to manage them if you would like to transfer them to me. Thanks so much for all your help. Hope you have not been affected by the flooding that we have been hearing about on the news. It has been rather wet here as well but nothing like what your state is experiencing.
Added by Farm Girl from MO. on May 27, 2015 8:46 PM
Farm Girl from MO.
Transfers, etc.
Thanks for transfering the Gilbreath memorials to me. I noticed that the photo you took of Cordelia A. Gilbreath's headstone now is duplicated on her memorial. Could you at least delete one of the photos since only one is necessary. Thanks again and I really appreciate the work you have done taking photos in so many cemeteries in the area. Have a nice day, Farm Girl from MO.
Added by Farm Girl from MO. on May 27, 2015 12:46 PM
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Mabel Hall
All yours
Added by ProgBase on May 25, 2015 9:03 AM
lisa
RE: Thank you.
You are welcome :--)
Added by lisa on Mar 21, 2015 9:33 PM
K O'Brien
RE: Old Graveyard 1683
I don't know who maintains the cemetery, but I would contact the Old Bridgewater Historical Society (http://oldbridgewater.org/) and see if they know. You could also contact the Town Office for Bridgewater.

My family is buried there also and I spent an afternoon looking for grave stones. I visit the cemetery when I visit my relatives. It *is* amazing that it is still there, but if you think about it there was so much history there it doesn't surprise me there are still records.
Kathy
Added by K O'Brien on Feb 23, 2015 10:33 AM
K O'Brien
RE: Old Graveyard 1683
I received your message but without some context I don't know which cemetery you are talking about. Could you reference the memorial that I did so I can see which one?
thanks
Kathy
Added by K O'Brien on Feb 23, 2015 9:09 AM
Sandra Lennox
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 43937846
Yes, you may use all of the photos on
Rebecca's memorial if you wish.
Thank you for asking.
Take Care,
Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Feb 21, 2015 6:46 PM
ambs
Solomon Forbes
I am not related just added some information I found on the gentleman. Others have sent me information to add also.
Added by ambs on Jan 06, 2015 2:44 PM
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