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Edd Marks (#46883608)
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Shirley Gragg
RE: James Love
Thanks for the reply. I appreciate. I'll keep looking.............
Added by Shirley Gragg on Jan 11, 2016 12:12 PM
Shirley Gragg
James Love
Maintained by: Edd Marks
Originally Created by: Susan (Haldeman) Fowler
Record added: Aug 06, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15171266

Do you have info on his parents:
James Love (1830 - 1894)
Nancy Wright Love (1834 - 1906) [especially this lady and her Wright family.

I believe her father - Philbert Wright - is kin.

Added by Shirley Gragg on Jan 10, 2016 12:01 PM
Jim Allsup
RE: George F. Davenport
I made the change, I'm Jim Allsup. My great grandfather was John Franklin Allsup, nephew of George F. Davenport. John Franklin's brother, Hardin Tolbert Allsup, went by the nick name "Pony", not George. George was the brother of Emily Davenport, who was married to Hardin T. Allsup, father of John Franklin and Hardin Tolbert. My great aunt, Eva Adams Allsup, told me about her "Uncle Pony" and how to find the rest of our Allsup family in Kenney, Dewitt County, Illinois. I subsequently met some of my Allsup relatives in Kenney in the '70's, including Delmar Alsup who died a few years after my initial visit. Pony was his grandfather, and Delmar gave me a picture of Pony which I still have.
Added by Jim Allsup on Jan 07, 2016 10:53 PM
Jim Allsup
George F. Davenport
George F. Davenport was the Uncle of my great grandfather John Franklin Allsup. John Franklin was living with George Davenport in the 1870 census. George's nickname was not "Pony". Pony was the nickname of John Franklin Allsup's brother Hardin Tolbert Allsup.
Added by Jim Allsup on Jan 06, 2016 9:17 PM
Thank you for finding my ancestor's grave. I have
info on his parents and siblings if you are interested.
Added by Anonymous on Jan 03, 2016 9:01 PM
Anna Hummels Grave
Thank you for finding/sending that photo of my wife's grandmother. I really appreciate that.
Paul LaBounty (Helen J Hummels is my wife & she thanks you too)
Cheers from Colorado
Have a happy new year.
Added by PAUL D LABOUNTY on Dec 27, 2015 5:33 PM
Andrew Snodgrass
Thank you for your efforts in trying to fill my photo request. I do appreciate your work that you put in to try and find this photo. Sorry you
could not find this memorial.

Thanks again. ARM
Added by ARM on Dec 21, 2015 1:12 PM
Jim Wierman
Thanks very much for the picture of Loyal Maddens stone. I appreciate, Jim Wierman
Added by Jim Wierman on Dec 14, 2015 2:34 PM
Mountain Traveler
Anna Retta Byerly Thompson/Pleasant Valley Cemetery
Thank you so much for looking for a stone for Anna. I guess I am not real surprised that you did not find a marker for her. A lot of my old Byerly's don't seem to have them. Merry Christmas!
Added by Mountain Traveler on Dec 14, 2015 1:24 PM
William Haines
Thank you for determining there is NO TOMBSTONE for William Haines in DeWiitt County, Illinois. I appreciate you time and effort.
Added by JANE GROVES RIDDELL HURT on Dec 13, 2015 2:56 PM
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