|Alice Morton (#46498986)|
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I have been doing genealogy for over 30 years and find this site perfect for bringing my folks together. |
I live with my two cats Olivia and Guy in
Thank you for leaving tokens for my memorials. I appreciate it so very much.
Family names I am researching.
Berg, Bourne, Carrier, Eggleston,Graves, Jones, King, Minter, Moe, Morton, Roberts, Stultz, Tichenor, Taliaferro, Verplank, Ziglar,Zimmerman
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|JASON Of England✥||Thank You Alice!|
Just doing dinner Alice, and thought i'd have a look at my dad's memorial and noticed your kind note, and that was so nice of you to say! Can't wait until tomorrow. But didn't really want to give the seller much for it because they are only cheap to manufacturer, and cheap to buy new today. I guess you're a bit like me, and like our boys toys! Had many down the years. Really expensive ones unlike this, but are just sitting idol now, even got loads of fishing gear i won't use again, and more into history now and collecting. Not even interested in watching films anymore, but if there is a history programme on i'll watch it. Just get this dinner down my neck and drop a few tokens off. Have a great day Alice! Jason.
|JASON Of England✥||*|
Will send you some pictures when i get it Alice, but the seller listed it wrong by dating to the 70s when it was actually made before 1965 and is a great piece of marine history, and there are a few in museums, and will look good next to a very old British divers touch that i have. I like most things that have anything to do with the sea. Can't wait to look it over. Jason.
|JASON Of England✥||*|
Hi Alice, just coming over from a site called AntiquesArena. I know you collect small cannons but i just managed to buy a quite rare Jaguar speargun from way back in the 60s and is pretty sought after now by some collectors interested in rare sea fishing gear. And this one is even more collectible because it was apparently the same model as was seen in the film Thunderball in 1965. I saw there was another on eBay but it does have any accessories or the compressed air pump to charge it. So this one didn't come cheap. It won't get any use now but will look really nice on the wall, and looks really sleek. And is getting even rarer now. Back on next week. Have a great day Alice!
|Mary ||RE: Hello Mary|
That would be great if you could take the pictures for me and if you would like to transfer their stuff to me that would be fine. Thank you, so much for your help. Mary
Added by Mary on Feb 09, 2014 5:41 PM
|Anonymous||Stepters in Springfield, Oregon cemetery|
The Memorials you have for Ada Jane Warnock Stepter and James Stepter in the cemetery in Springfield, Lane, Oregon are lovely.
But I'm confused. The Ada Jane Warnock (b. Sep 1850, KY - d. 24 Oct 1921) was married to Richard Morton "Dick" "Doc" Stepter (b. 1845 KY - d. 7 Nov 1921)[source - family records]. Although his father was named "James", I've not yet run across a record where Richard had "James" as part of his name.
Are you a descendent of this couple? Or, if not, do you know any of his descendents? My husband is descended from Richard's sister Sarah. I've been looking for this family for over 20 years.
I look forward to hearing from you.
|P.Brewer||RE: Good Afternoon|
I realize that this reply if VERY late!!
Mr. Carrier's first wife (Rose Campbell) was my great-grandfather's (Seth R. Campbell) sister. He left Michigan, changed his name to Carl E. Wells, remarried and lived in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Now the twist!! He married Ella Beal - sister to Mr. Carrier's second wife, Alta. Do you remember the song "I'm my own grandpaw"? This came pretty close. This is what makes genealogy so interesting. Thanks for your reply, even though I took so long getting back to you. Pat
Added by P.Brewer on Feb 07, 2014 7:42 PM
My mum asked me to tell you she is so glad to hear from you and she is OK. There has been a lot to deal with and she does not have a computer right now. She will write you soon and explain. Thank you for asking.
Dear Cousin Alice, Sometimes I think that you are a more loyal Stultz than I am. Thank you so much for leaving a birthday token for my great-great-great grandmother Tirzah Baker. Hope that all is well with you and those you love. Fondly, Janice aka Tigress
Added by Tigress on Feb 03, 2014 6:40 PM
|JASON Of England✥||Thank you|
Just want to thank you Alice for your kind birthday wishes. Stayed in bed most of the day as i woke up with a bit of a headache, so i stayed there just listening to the rain which is the worst we have had since 1910. Also had two nice birthday cards from Linda and Diane. Have a good night Alice. Jason.
|Ann Hamlin||RE: Good Evening|
I am related by marriage. My grandmother's sister married a "South Carolina" Reid. My grandmother married a "North Carolina" Reid.
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