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Judy Murphy (#47209326)
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Bio Photo Family names Murphy, Parisi(e), Jackson, Perry. I've been involved in genealogy for over 30 yrs.

Preserving the past for future generations.

You have my permission to use my photographs in your genealogy projects (as long as I am given credit).

Good luck to all in your searches!
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Doris Cleo Stuckey
Sorry for the delay, I have linked her to her parents. Thank you for the information, it always feels good to link one generation to another one.
Added by SunsetBeach on Apr 10, 2014 5:09 PM
Mt. Hope Shelton Family
Thank you for the updates. Sorry it took me so long to put them in. It has been a busy week. Were you able to link the siblings together or is that something has added. I'm so glad if so, if not then you will have to tell me how to do that.
Added by seemore on Mar 29, 2014 5:38 PM
Ron Merrel
Sandra Kay Bruner
Judy, Thank you for the quick updates to Sandra Kay Bruner.
Rom Merrel
Added by Ron Merrel on Mar 29, 2014 5:27 PM
Larry Hume
RE: Major Taylor Johnson
You're a peach. Thanks.
Added by Larry Hume on Mar 23, 2014 2:50 PM
Larry Hume
Major Taylor Johnson
Judy any chance I could have this memorial 84288096 transferred to me? Major Johnson is one of 9 from Shelby County KIA in Vietnam. I have lots of information that I can post from my research. I have a virtual cemetery for them.

Added by Larry Hume on Mar 23, 2014 2:17 PM
E.R. Lee
Johnson Family
Hey again Judy,
Just looking over my records Albert is in Jasper County for the WWI Draft Registration and Lula & her husband are in Jasper County in the 1920 Census along with her sister Florence. So they apparently went there before coming to Angelina County where I find Lula & her husband in 1930. Maybe Arrie could even be in Jasper County.
Talk to you later,
E.R. Lee
Added by E.R. Lee on Mar 17, 2014 8:03 PM
E.R. Lee
Ben Johnson # 81833404
Hi Judy,
I'm glad the info on Albert Johnson was a help. I don't have too much on Albert's mom - sounds like what you have. I don't know her dates or parents but she is on the 1910 Census as well as the 1900, she has the kids with her and her oldest daughter & her husband are in the household, too. Aaron appears to be dead by then as she is listed as a widow.

I did just notice that you have the page for oldest son Ben Johnson too. The DC and application for military marker prove it's him. Apparently he was living in Bakersfield, California in his later years although he died in Lufkin and was buried with his siblings out in Huntington. Maybe you can link him to his Dad.

Anyway, with Lula & her husband, Albert & Florence all buried in Huntington maybe the move took place while Mom Arrie was still alive and she is buried in that area rather than in Trinity County.

Good luck on your hunt!
E.R. Lee
Added by E.R. Lee on Mar 17, 2014 7:43 PM
E.R. Lee
Albert Johnson l# 81833208
Hi Judy,
Florence Johnson # 55226753 is NOT the wife of Albert Johnson, she is actually his sister, Census records and DC's confirm this. The family hails from Trinity County originally. Florence never was married.
Thanks a bunch,
E.R. Lee
Added by E.R. Lee on Mar 16, 2014 3:58 AM
Debbie Shumaker
Thank You
As I work on my family tree, I find your name on a vast majority of my family's graves in Texas.

Thank you so much for what you do. Your efforts do not go unnoticed.
Added by Debbie Shumaker on Mar 11, 2014 4:01 PM
Judy Allen
James McSwain
Oh that would be great, thank you.
Added by Judy Allen on Mar 07, 2014 7:11 PM
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