|Justin Overby (#46893833)|
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If you have anything that needs to be added/edited on any additions that I have made please do not hesitate to contact me! |
jmoverby AT insight DOT rr DOT com
I am more than happy to transfer any memorials I have added to family members.
Also, feel free to use any photos that I have uploaded in your genealogy files, be it Ancestry.com, etc.
Born 11 April 1975 in Murray, Calloway Co, KY.
Moved to Hendersonville, Sumner Co, TN in 1980 where I lived until graduation from Beech Senior High School in 1993. Lived for a couple of years in New Orleans, LA before enlisting in the U.S. Navy in 1995. Served for 5 years as a cryptologic technician, stationed in NSGA Naples, Italy and COMUSNAVCENT Bahrain. Received honorable discharge from U.S. Navy in 2001, moved to Westerville, Franklin Co, OH. Married loving wife, Amanda Marie France, in January of 2006. Currently attending school at Columbus State Community College, with intent to transfer to The Ohio State University in pursuit of a BS in History.
Began researching family history in 2006. Always open for any help on my family line! Most that I know of were early migrants to the western Kentucky area.
Check out my recently uploaded family tree on Ancestry. Link can be found below.
Overby / Overbey
Starkes / Starks
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|Jan Bagley Taylor||Oscar F Weeks Galena Cem Delaware co OH|
Oscar F Weeks was in the Civil War, he died 1910. Served Ohio Enlisted I Co. 32nd Inf Reg. OH Mustered Out at Atlanta, GA on 15 September 1864. Age 25 27 August 1861.
Thanks, Jan Taylor
Justin if you have a problem with this memorial and info I sent thru edit for him please transfer to me and I'd be glad to take care of him as part of my family, thanks kindly. #46780596
|patricia witt||Robert Forsythe 20279978|
Can u please transfer my great great great grandfather to me thanks 47588001
|wanda||link to parents|
can you link Mary Elizabeth Browning #19355243
to her Parents: William Travis Browning #103269333 and Mary Talcalene Walker, Browning
both at Woodlawn Cemetery McCracken Co. Ky.
they are related to me.
Thank you so much. Wanda
Added by wanda on Jan 12, 2013 12:53 PM
Was going to write and ask a LBL question, until I realized you're probably living 20 minutes from me in C'Bus. ;)
Added by Mike F on Jan 11, 2013 3:47 PM
|Charlene Ada ( Bugg ) Willoughby||Alpheus Bigelow|
I can't find him in graveyard. I'm wondering if the Alpheus VanLoon is really Alpheus Bigelow. Can you double check, please. Thank You!
|Charlene Ada ( Bugg ) Willoughby||Russell Bigelow's Birth|
I'm just wondering where you found Russell Bigelow's birth because SAR # 49305 has his birth as 26 Nov 1765. Thank You!
I've received the message that Ella Rowlett, Memorial 19016923 has no stone.
They also reported, specifically:
According to the book "Cemetery Records of Land Between The Lakes (Betwixt the
Rivers) Written by Judith Ann Maupin and published in May 1982 Ella Rowlett did
not have a stone.
Could you please post this information on her memorial? Thank you for all your work.
|Ashton Rose||Frank & May Yoest|
I am researching the family of Frank & May Yoest & am writing to ask your permission to post your photos on the free website, www.werelate.org, as they relate to my research.
Thank you for your consideration.
|jim farmer||Ross and Crisp - Redbud rd.|
My name is Jim Farmer. I am working on the Crisp and Ross family plots both on Redbud rd in eastern Calloway County.
My wife and kids are descendants of James R. Crisp through his 2nd wife A. Elizabeth Bessil (Bettie) and are in the midst of inheriting the farm on which the Crisp plot lies.
James bought the SE 1/4 of section 22 of Township 3 - Range 5 East from the parents of his 1st wife. He had 16 kids between two wives. Only 7 survived to split up the original 160 acres by 1904.
The 1st wife, Martha Ann, d.1879 and is buried in the Ross plot.
The youngest child of james was Nancy Elizabeth Crisp Falwell. She married Willie Falwell and they lived on the farm till the 1970s. Nancy is my wife's great grandmother.
Two of the daughters of James married Ross boys. Also Morris and Bishop.
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