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Julie Doty (#47640941)
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Bio Photo I've met many very nice members on FAG and enjoy speaking with them all. I especially enjoy looking at the photo's others have taken of very old headstones. Please feel free to copy or use any of the photo's I have taken and posted on FAG. Please don't hesitate to ask for a transfer of any Memorial that I have posted. Julie
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Kelly Meegan
Agnes Scroggins
Hello,

I was wondering where you got your information that this Agnes Scroggins was married to Charles Scroggins? (Her number id 112626417).
My records show his wife Agnes is buried with him in the same cemetery he is buried in?
Thanks for your help.
Kelly
Added by Kelly Meegan on Dec 14, 2014 8:20 PM
Barry Jernigan
Valeriano & Danzero
Yes I will research the individuals and memorial numbers and send that in another message. Buon Natale (Merry Christmas in Italian)
Added by Barry Jernigan on Dec 10, 2014 9:56 PM
Barry Jernigan
Valeriano & Danzero
Two of the sisters of my great-grandmother, Ida Fenoglio Gaddo Valerio, are found in Mount Olivet in Braidwood -- Giovanna Fenoglio Valeriano -- was the first wife of my great-grandfather, Giovanni Ignazio Valeriano and Margherita Fenoglio Gaddo Danzero (1870-1945) was their sister.
Added by Barry Jernigan on Dec 02, 2014 9:16 PM
Barry Jernigan
Piemontese Roots
My roots go back to 3rd great-grandparents, Gaspare Guglielmino & Teresa Silvano (parents of William Valerio) and the following 4th great grandfathers -- Battista Enrietto, Andrea Buffo, Anton Fenoglio Gaddo, Bernardo Vallero & Lorenzo Pomatto. This is from information found for me in the Diocese Archives in Torino, Italy by Rosa Bianco. Most of these surnames are represented in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Braidwood.
Added by Barry Jernigan on Dec 02, 2014 9:11 PM
Marjorie Studeman
Mabel Imogene White
Hello, can you also transfer Mabel Imogene White to me also. Her Find A Grave# is 83979854. Thanks a lot. Marjorie Studeman
Added by Marjorie Studeman on Nov 30, 2014 10:42 PM
Barry Jernigan
RE: William and Catherine Valerio
Oh yes that would be nice. I would like them transferred to me. I only have memorials on my dad's side. It would be great to start some on my mom's side too. Especially the Piemontese in Illinois.
Added by Barry Jernigan on Nov 30, 2014 10:09 PM
Marjorie Studeman
White Family
Julie, thank you for the transfers of the Selem White family. Marjorie Studeman
Added by Marjorie Studeman on Nov 30, 2014 9:50 PM
M.Kramer
Connolly in Oakwood
Hi Julie, thanks for your help. If you still have the photo of the small stone for Anna, the one you had on your memorial, please add it to the new memorial. I missed seeing the small stone when I was there, maybe because the leaves were so thick. You had a nice shot of it. Probably little chance of anyone going there in the coming months with the cold weather. Thanks!
Added by M.Kramer on Nov 30, 2014 7:48 PM
Marjorie Studeman
White family transfer
Hello, I was wondering if you could transfer Selem White(3rd great uncle)#83979514, and his wife Elizabeth Bayse White #83979547, and there children Harry B.White #83979754, Grace Lecta White #83979670 and Mabel Imogene White #83979854. Thank you for the work you do.

Marjorie Studeman
Added by Marjorie Studeman on Nov 28, 2014 10:36 PM
Barry Jernigan
William and Catherine Valerio
Thanks for posting memorials for my great-great grandparents, William and Catherine Valerio. I have a copy of their "Atti di Matrimonio" from Italy. They were married in Prascorsano, Piemonte on 3 Sep 1868. Their names were Guglielmo Valeriano (an orphan) and Cattarina Enrietto, the daughter of Giovanni Enrietto & Antonia Buffo. Michele Enrietta Micetich (a distant cousin) of the Carbon Hill School Museum informed me that is indeed the burial of my great-great grandparents. This is great new information! Thanks again.
Added by Barry Jernigan on Nov 28, 2014 8:11 AM
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