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|A. Thomas||Mary Jane Eubanks addition|
Thank you so much for all the work you are doing for others. On Mary Jane Eubanks memorial #112629423 would you please add: Born in Mobile Cnty, Mobile, Alabama. Father, Frank Montgomery, mother, Bessie Mary Cain. She had a sister Rosa Lee Montgomery, b May 5, 1928 Galveston Cnty, Galveston, Texas, died June, 25, 1933 in Escambia Cnty, Pensacola, Fl.
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|Michael Young||Deck , Florence|
I forgot to include birthdate on Florence 8-17-1885 Memorial # 125958200 Thanks Mike
|Dana Nowak||Frederick Green Wright|
I was really surprised to see a photo and bio of my maternal grandfather whom I never got to meet. Only my oldest brother Tim, (deceased 1996) had very few memories of Corporal Wright. I was wondering how you got the info and photo's of Fred and his older brother's Eddie and Anson and their wives Mary and Alice. Ed and Mary belonged to the Native sons and daughters of the Golden West, open only to California born. Ed, Anson and Fred's mother belonged to the society of California pioneer women group (now defunct) that met in a log cabin at Golden gate park. What other interesting things do you know about my Wright, Pell and Cohea ancestor's that I don't know already? Would love to hear from you. Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on ancestry California/Santa Clara county boards. I am now a recent transplant to Capitola by the sea. Are you any relation to Mary Connor Wright or Alice Brown Wright, my great aunt's by marriage. I think all of us kids missed out by not ever meeting these people (my brother's Tim and Chris did meet Uncle Eddie a few years before he passed in 1959). Their mother outlived her three sons and died a year after Eddie. I am not working now and not on Ancestry.com but if you are, have a look at my Nowak family tree (Cohea's, Pells, and Wrights included).
Hope you had a great Christmas and have a Happy New Year,
Dana E Nowak
|mwallace||William H. and Lisette McCain + mother Emily McCain|
Thank you for the information on the funeral announcements of the McCains. Is there anything on William's father James Seward McCain?
Added by mwallace on Dec 21, 2014 7:40 PM
|Dennis Burlingham||RE: Samuel Brown|
The church has a memorial garden for cremated remains. There are two tablets will names of those remains. Samuel's name does not appear. You may want to contact the church. They may have a record of Samuel.
|PJH / Angelbird||RE: Simpson|
Hi Janet - Thanks for getting back and solving the mystery. :o) Phyllis
|Julie||RE: Helen Parrish-Sunderland|
Great!! Thanks. Take care.
Added by Julie on Oct 28, 2014 10:30 PM
|Debra Lowe Olsen||Frank and Fannie Bovo|
My name is Richard Lee Bovo and Frank and Fannie are my parents
|Candy Wood||Fannie & Nicholas Bacon|
Thanks so much for the transfers and information. I was wondering where you got the dates, as they are more detailed than the dates on the engraved plates. Thanks again.
|Candy Wood||Fannie & Nicholas Bacon|
Thank you so much for creating memorials for my aunt & uncle. I've been looking for them for a long time. She's the last of her siblings to be found. The last 2 that I have been searching for were just added this year. I've seen her name as Fanny, Fannie, Frances, and Francis. Her name on 2 censuses was Frances (and Francis another time), so Fanny/Fannie must have been a nickname. On my copy of what appears to be a Bible record, it is "Fannie, Dec. 24th 1859", and family records say October 14, 1944 for her death. She was listed as 0 years old in the 1860 census, residing in Jefferson Township, Scotland County, Missouri. The family came to San Joaquin Valley in 1852, but still had land in Missouri, and went between his farms in both states until he sold his Missouri land. I've made the links to her spouse and her parents. I have a question. The posted dates are just a tiny bit off of family records. Did you get your dates from the cemetery? Also, they had one boy and 2 girls. George (a strong family name) and Bursey look to be the right ages to be their children. Are the four of them buried together? Is Bursey male or female? Thanks for any insight you can add.
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