|Paul Clay (#46874856)|
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|Delaware and Morrow County, Ohio Research of Alum Creek Families.|
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|Linda||RE: Ezekial Longwell|
Added by Linda on Oct 01, 2014 10:37 AM
Would you have any documents to prove Ezekial Longwell was the son of James and Nellie Longwell? I'm helping a lady with a DAR application.
Added by Linda on Oct 01, 2014 8:55 AM
Thanks for the Longwell photos!!!
|Katherine Dean||RE: Still updating.|
HI!!:)) So am I--do you ever get done? NOT. What ever I can do let me know, NICE hearing from you :)). I love fd a grv. I've got so much the only thing is so many people are doing this it gets compicated sometimes. I have a lot to learn about adding pictures but am hanging in there :: Kathy D
|Mike Brown||Isaac Lake photo|
Very, very nice! What an absolutely great photo! Thanks for passing it along. Would I be able to get a higher resolution copy sometime? Glad you're still working on these families!
|Eva Goeken||RE: Buck Family|
Will have to check my records as my memory goes out the window. They sound interesting hope you have them on your web site. I am okay just life is different without my husband.
|Ron Porter||Ruth Schilliger|
Thanks for the great picture!
Can I have your permission to use the picture in my family tree on Ancestry.com?
|norma jean taynor||RE: Isabelle Taynor Barnard|
|L K King||Samuel and Eva King|
I noticed that you had posted a picture of Sam and Eva Buried at Pleasant Plains Cemetery in Pratt Count KS. They were my husband's grandparents and I have been working on that side of the family for our 2 sons (their father is now deceased). And if you have additional pics that you would like to 'trade' I would love that. My father in law was Clayton Foster King, who married Thelma Norma Bernbeck and they lived on the family farm just south of Byers all their married lives.
Where do you live?
Linda (Fruit) King
Added by L K King on Feb 01, 2011 3:26 PM
Many thanks for the photo, Paul.
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