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If there is any family member that you would like management,please send me message,state relationship to person,if it is direct member of my own family,dont' ask for transfer,unless you are closer related to them...Also if you have info to be added to memorials use the edit tab.,like to know who is sharing...
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|PLM||RE: Jackson Patrick|
I have an old handwritten family tree that shows Doctor Jack Patrick Sr, his 2 wives and over 100 named decendents. I would be happy to share this with you and anyone else in the family. Perhaps we could trade Jackson Patrick Stories!
Added by PLM on May 20, 2013 1:27 PM
Thank you for managing the memorial for Dr Jackson "Herb Doctor" Patrick. The picture of his headstone says a lot to me. Did you take the photo? Its a great shot! May I copy it to add to my family tree? My lineage goes like this Me < my mother was the eldest dau of < Buck Patrick, eldest son of < Commodore Patrick (b 1872) who was the second youngest son of Jackson. Are you a decendent of Doctor Jack? I am looking forward to doing some DNA research later on this summer to try to figure out who his parents really were. I am fairly sure that Jeremiah Patrick and Sarah Blair were not his parents. I believe that their son Jackson was born in the 1770's. Doctor Jack died 24 Mar 1876. He may have been 100+ when he died and still fathering children but that seems a bit unlikely.. But, then again.. he did father about 12 children after he moved to Floyd County in the early 1850's.. If he was born about 1800, I'd like to find out what he was doing the first 50 Years of his life... I bet I have quite a few more relatives somewhere.. probably Tennessee.
Thanks again and Happy Hunting...
Added by PLM on May 20, 2013 4:57 AM
|Larry & Edie Doepel||Draughn dupe|
Good eye! Thanks for the heads up. I deleted the dupe.
|susan clemons||Bill Conley|
Sorry, I don't have any information about his parents
|Sharon Risner||RE: James Wireman #87869201|
Thank you, It is done.
Sharon - sorry to leave another wordy public message, but these folks have caught my mind's eye. I believe they are one and the same, and if so, here' what I propose - but first, here is why - in researching civil war soldiers, we identified numerous United States Colored Troops that were buried in a place called Freedmen's Cemetery, because they were buried "separately" at the time - they were later reinterred in Alexandria National Cemetery. The official guidance we got, was to leave the original interment in place, but close it out (not delete it) with a statement in the bio, reflecting the re-interment. I will check with the caretaker here and see if he can provide more information. Then add a similar statement to the actual/final place of interment, reflecting the prior resting place. If they do prove to be the same folks that you reflect being buried in the other location, then by all means, let's make sure, that in the end, find-a-grave -reflects complete and accurate information. I'll also see if I can get a good picture of their stone or stones. Are these folks family to you? If so, once we get this figured out, they are yours - same goes for any of the other Arnett's I have entered in Shiloh. It looks like "Anonymous" out there, leaving bio-info in his or her flower posts, can help connect some of the genealogy-dots. Again, sorry for the long message, but you have disabled your e-mail function - I well understand why, have been tempted once or twice to do so myself - but leaves us no other choice. So, let me know what you find out, and I'll do the same.
Howdy ma'am. Sorry, I do not know if they are one and the same. I entered their memorials in Shiloh, based solely off of the cemetery's interment records. This Carol was re-interred in Shiloh, back in 1983 - what information reflected she was still buried in Nelson Salyer Cemetery in 2012 when you created the memorial there ... ? It does not appear the Frank buried in Shiloh, was ever buried elsewhere. What source was used to create the Frank memorial in Nelson Salyer? I ask, because the sources of information you used to create your memorials may help identify if they are indeed one and the same. They could well be the same folks, but this Frank does not appear to have ever been buried in Nelson Salyer. The Dayton Public Library is very helpful in assisting with obituaries, so getting Frank's should be fairly easy. Good luck, and let me know what you find out.
|Thomas Ladner||RE: Marcellus|
Dear Sharon, regarding Georgia Wireman. Please note: I took a hard look in Gladwin County, MI and couldn't find anything on her. Since, I did find a Obituary on Marcellus that was not properly indexed & his obituary states he died in Bay City. Perhaps the Bay City Times might be the Newspaper to find an Article regarding her death. As well as: Marcellus Shepherd wife Julia.
If you find anything else. Please let me know! :)
|Thomas Ladner||Marcellus "Cellus" Shepherd.#51800946|
Please send me the parents memorial I.D's for Marcellus Shepherd. Thanks!
|teresa cook||Alice Bailey Pinks|
Could u please post obit....thanks!
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