|Linda Laird (#46562518)|
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|I live in Spokane, Washington.|
My line of descent is Jesse Braman 1760, Jesse Braman 1782,Jonathan William Braman 1829, William Clayton Braman 1862, Laurence Braman 1895, Marion Braman 1920 and myself.
Allied families are Mudge, Ward, Birdsell, Dexter, Ellis, Binford, Campbell, Jinks and Moore/Muir( from Scotland).
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|Michelle Binford||Family info|
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|Kathy||Albertson Gahazi Braman #42803181|
There is a duplicate memorial on his daughter Mona.
1. #4280283? by Lind
2. #12660654 by Kathy (us)
How can we resolve the duplicate issue?
Please look at mine & see if it meets your approval or not. If your a closer relationship then my husband I'll gladdly delete mine.
Albertson's wife, Edith Adelia Morris is a Great-
Grand Aunt to my husband. I have only proven the existance of 7 children so far for Albert & Edith:
1. Ida, 2. Annie, 3. Edna, 4.Mona, 5. Nora, 6. Leoa, 7. Guy. Thank you for your time & I look forward to hearing from you.
Kathy in Port Orchard, WA
Added by Kathy on Feb 01, 2016 4:30 AM
|High Plains||Guy Braman #111487883|
Linked to parents as requested.
Would you please remove one of the flowers on this memorial. They were posted the same day and say the exact same thing. I think the site "stuttered". :)
Just click on one of the flowers and you have the option of deleting. The other one will stay.
|Kathy||RE: Albert G. Braman #42803181|
Thanks so much for responding. The comment about him not wanting to be near the family makes since to me. From everything we have found so far, and we still don't have the all facts straight, they were a disfunctional family & had their share of problems. If we have any mor questions I'll contact you. Do you know about William & Effa Morris splitting up? If you have access to ancestry go look at our tree, "Chase and Wells" I have found where Effa ended up & where & how she was buried. Her death Cert. is posted on the tree with her name Effa Iwa Ewing. Take care & God bless. Thanks again.
Added by Kathy on Jun 10, 2015 5:21 PM
|Kathy||Albert G. Braman #42803181|
I'm confused. Family members in Spokane have said he & Edith are both buried in the Fairview Cemetery in WA. How do you know he is buried in Canada? His wife, Edith Adelia (Morris) Braman is one of my husband's Great-Aunts. Thank you.
Added by Kathy on Jun 10, 2015 3:43 PM
|mekkeon||RE: # 82314733|
if you would send me her married name,i would be happy to fix.i have so many that i cannot find her w/out that,sorry.site problems.if you would like to manage her ,pls say so and i would transfer her to you.i do this so that family has a chance to find their lost ones.so ,i am not online as much as i like .thank u 4 ur time,sincerely,jerry a.
Added by mekkeon on Feb 22, 2015 5:55 PM
|Reggie Sutton||Braman at Dallas|
So sorry it took so long to transfer those memorials to you.
|DORRIS SICKELS SMITH||7093378 Lucina Braman|
From the Steuben Co. In. Cemetery book by Audree Lewis;
Lucina "Sina " Downing Braman, 1829-1909, w/o Elihu Braman, burial lot 30, Teeters Cemetery, Clear Lake Twp., Steuben Co. In.
It looks like you already have a copy of the memorial. You can just use my picture of the tombstone if that simplifies things.
Also, You may want to copy the "Action" data as I pulled it directly from the WWII Unit history of the 873rd.
Added by SW on Jul 24, 2014 9:32 PM
|Diane L. Teague Webb||Peter Binford m. Quincy Elizabeth Adams|
Since, you have been working on the Binford's
I have Peter Binford m. 22 Aug. 1844 Rush Co., Indiana Walnut Ridge Monthly Meeting to Quincy "Queen" Elizabeth Adams d/o Lewis T. Adams and Elizabeth Adams. Marriage returned to Hancock Co., IN. (They were Quakers)
I am thinking their burial in Walnut Ridge Cemetery with your Binfords. Do you have any listing or information?
Quincy "Queen" Elizabeth Adams Binford b. 12 Aug. 1826 Scott Co. KY. or the off chance Hancock Co., Indiana.
Would appreciate any help.
Diane L. Webb
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