|Mary Clarkson Turek (#47512240)|
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If I have a memorial page of your family member I have no problem in transferring them unless I am related to them. I would like to hear how you are related though. |
A few of the families I am researching:
Clarkson's, Mefford's, See's, Ball's, Villanueva's, Cruz, and Turek, Kendrick, Perkins, Miller's and Raney's.
Best wishes on your family search.
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|Lynn B B||Shively|
Thx for the photo of Theresa Margaret Shively's tombstone.
Added by Lynn B B on Jun 27, 2015 3:45 AM
|familyfind2329||RE: Alter's Family, Huntsville, IL Cemetery|
Added the "s" to Alters Family.
Appreciate your help. Thank you.
|chris mathews||Balliet Transfer|
Dear Ms.Turek, Thank you for the Balliet transfer.Chris L.Mathews
|Heather Cottrell||Just for fun|
Here is my Jennings ancestor: Mary Angeline Jennings Hollenback
Her daughter Bertha Louisa Hollenback Riechard is my line. Many of the Jennings around Pike county that still carry the Jennings name come from her brother William Henry's line. He had more than one wife and many children.
|Heather Cottrell||RE: Jennings Family|
I am related to all the Jennings around Frankford/Bowling Green one way or another. My Great Great Grandma was a Jennings. My Great Great Grandma's sister married a Jennings who was her distant cousin so there is that connection too. The Jennings and Hollenback families have connected in several ways. So the short answer is yes but for the most part distantly. We all share ancestors.
|Heather Cottrell||Hope Cemetery|
Thanks for letting me know about Michael Shannon. They never put his obit online and my cousin made that memorial before he knew where Michael was going to be buried. Then he transferred to me. I see you went out to Hope to do photos. I have quite a few family there both paternal (Nelson) and maternal (Cornelius/Allen). I've been there maybe three times. I never could find any of my Nelson family that is supposed to be there so I assume they are unmarked. They were not well off and may have not had money to buy markers.
|Denice Huerta||Cleo Bernetta Hayes|
You sent me an email about another cemetery. I don't know what other cemetery you are referring to. I looked up Hope Cemetery in Marion County & that is the only one that comes up. Are you sure my cousin is buried in a different cemetery? I should also assume this for her brother?
(Find A Grave Memorial# 143234255 & #143234921)
I sent you an email via the address in your profile. I forgot to ask if you got the spelling of Elizabeth's last name off the headstone.
Not knowing German, I don't know if there's a rule about "n"s at the end of names. I have seen German's name both ways on official documents and Venneman both ways.
Added by gweisbar on Jun 05, 2015 3:13 PM
Once again, thank you so much for finding my ancestors headstones and uploading them to findagrave! I hope to get back to Hannibal and see them in person.
Added by gweisbar on Jun 05, 2015 2:59 PM
|gweisbar||RE: Frey and Rogers|
I created memorials for Eddie and Elizabeth (she is Dora's mother and my gr-gr-gr-grandmother). I knew she was buried there, but hadn't found the headstone. Her husband Theodore should be somewhere there, too. I didn't make a memorial for him yet, because I want to confirm his burial there first.
I live in Ohio and haven't been to Hannibal in a few years. I try to come every now and then to do research.
You mentioned doing work on Roger's memorials. Are you related? John would have been my step-gr-gr-grandfather. My mother remembers him.
Added by gweisbar on Jun 05, 2015 12:03 AM
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