I am a community college instructor with a passion for teaching. I am also a third generation Cub fan. Now I am passing that tradition on to my grandbabies, as you can see. My husband and I love doing genealogy as a hobby whenever we can spare the time. We are currently researching a lot of family names, but the primary family lines on my husband's side are Zollars, Zumbrun, Reynolds and Griffith. The primary lines on my side are Wagoner, Cooper, Strickler and Duncan.
Possible husband for Cordelia Hi, you posted Cordelia Burr's memorial, #39496014. It had a comment that her husband was named Andrew. Note that a memorial for Andrew Burr was just added, # 155545180. Perhaps these two are related. I searched censuses on ancestry and could not find their names, however. If you're related, perhaps you can confirm via other means. Regards, Tom
RE: Thank You! Thank You So Much! I've been working on the Dennis Michael Patch family this afternoon and I'm about to scream. He had 14 children and there are seven of them attached...had to stop there. I was confused. I only know the family from the Flood family - I'm actually related to the Flood's!
RE: Thank You! I'm distantly related to the Worden's. I get caught up in a family name and work on it for years. I have 60 Worden's in my family file, as opposed to 460 people of my own family name. Yep - that's caught up in genealogy.
Before I found Find A Grave I used to put my own cemetery pages up on the Internet - I've been doing genealogy since 1969. I'm glad we got all of our paperwork from the courthouses back then when it was cheap!
Thank You! Thank you for putting in the Ratekin Cemetery entries - I was not looking forward to this - I need the Worden entries. Thank You So Much! I have put in about five cemeteries and it is NOT easy.
RE: Photo Request Christina Crouse I found the grave today, and downloaded the picture. I emailed www.findagrave and told them that there was two listings for the same cemetery. One has 18 interments and the other 13. Maybe they will combine them. Thanks