I have been investigating my family history since 1985, when my mom's uncle shared photos of my 3great, 2great, & great grandparents. Dad & I spent his 50th birthday visiting his cousins in Montana and Canada, where everyone shared, though each told us the others wouldn't. I have had the luck to find other family members also interested in genealogy; now I have over 40 albums filled with photos, documents, letters, etc. I follow collateral lines way too far, but have connected with many cousins because of this. I've done my share of cemetery exploration and LOVE the ideas behind this site.
Charles Paterson Hi Linda, Just started looking for ancestors and found you had put flowers on My Grandfathers grave, Charles W Paterson. I am having a great deal of difficulty finding anything about his parents or siblings. May I ask how you are related and if you have any info you can share?
Hunter family Hi Linda, You sent me some edits on Hunter family members. Are these people related to you that you would know the edits you sent? I just make sure with every edit before I accept them. Thanks, Tom
RE: james clement kinsella Hi and Good Morning, Thanks for contacting me. I would love the copy of the obit for James Kinsella. Do you have a tree on ancestry.com? It's great to connect with another cousin of my husband! My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. thanks so much, Janet Kinsella, Los Angeles
Arkansas Chases Hi, I saw that you left some nice virtual flowers on my GGrandparents graves, Charles Madison Chase and his wife Ida May (Haskins) Chase. They are both buried in the Oakland Memorial Cemetery in Clarksville. Since you said you went way far out in the Cousin territory, I was wondering if you're related since you left flowers. Anyway, if you are related, drop me a line and let me know how. Susan