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Linda Morice (#47966727)
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I have been investigating my family history since 1985, when my mom's uncle shared photos of my 3great, 2great, & great grandparents. Dad & I spent his 50th birthday visiting his cousins in Montana and Canada, where everyone shared, though each told us the others wouldn't. I have had the luck to find other family members also interested in genealogy; now I have over 40 albums filled with photos, documents, letters, etc. I follow collateral lines way too far, but have connected with many cousins because of this. I've done my share of cemetery exploration and LOVE the ideas behind this site.
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re Walker family
Hi! Hope this finds you well. I have taken the liberty of transferring Henry and Leata to you.

You may already know this, but Ancestry has recently made available PA death certificates from the years 1906 to 1944. Since some of the information was not available at the time I created her memorial (such as exact date of birth) I added that information before transferring over to you.

Even though you did not request any transfers, I feel family should be with family. I would be happy to transfer anyone else if you find other family members.

Have a great day!

Kind regards,

Added by MrsJB on Jul 28, 2014 7:37 PM
Marie Wood
RE: Gertrude Mathews Shoff
Aaron was my gr gr grandfathers (Elijah Shaff) brother who ended up in Iowa and then SD. The spelling ended up as Shaff and then somewhere along the line my grandfathers last name was changed to Schaff.
Added by Marie Wood on Jul 28, 2014 7:01 AM
Nancy LoomisPhillips
John & Louise Olmstead
I went ahead and transferred management to you. I am always hoping some family member will come along for the memorials I post. YOu have wonderful information to add.
Added by Nancy LoomisPhillips on Jul 26, 2014 7:01 AM
Deanna Spillers
Elva A. Chandler
Hi my name is Deanna Lorena Lawrence Spillers and I'm Elva's granddaughter. Looking at her info you put on here is wrong. Her middle name is Azalia and she was Born on 7 May 1915 not what you have. Please make the changes so they are right for other people looking for her information.


Deanna Spillers
Added by Deanna Spillers on Jun 30, 2014 12:53 AM
Janet Kinsella
RE: james clement kinsella
Hi, thanks for getting back to me so quickly. I would love anything that you have. My email is thanks again, Janet Kinsella
Added by Janet Kinsella on Jun 24, 2014 9:19 AM
Janet Kinsella
james clement kinsella
The obituary you posted was very nice. what was the source for that? James C is the brother to my husband's great grandfather. Thank you for the fantastic info. Janet Kinsella
Added by Janet Kinsella on Jun 23, 2014 10:16 PM
Curly Obit
Thanks so much for Curly's obituary! I've posted it in his bio and have given you credit for it. It was very interesting to read - the sole survivor of the Custer battle! Who would've known without your grandmother's collection...
Added by Anita on May 30, 2014 7:15 AM
Rumsey and Cheney Obits
Thank You Linda for forwarding the 3 obituaries to me. I have added the information to the memorials. I hope you had a wonderful weekend!
Added by FutureAncestor on May 26, 2014 2:08 PM
Bonnie Dillon Smith
RE: Junifer T Dillon
Hi Linda, It's so exciting hearing from you, you just made my day. I would love to exchange information with you. I would be happy to call you or do this via email. I live in St. Louis Missouri and have made three trips up to Iowa to do research. I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks so much, Bonnie Dillon Smith.
Added by Bonnie Dillon Smith on May 20, 2014 11:50 AM
WWII Connection
This has nothing to do with genealogy, but My dad, Joseph Kiska, was co-pilot of the B-17 that was shot down over Germany killing Fern's first husband, Sgt. Charles Oilar. My father survived the crash but was imprisoned for 13 months as POW in Stalag Luft 1. My mother was friends with Fern and they stayed in touch over the years. My mother, Marian Kiska, died in 1998. I was just going through some old papers of hers and came across a letter from Fern written in 1970.

Kathleen S. Kiska
Spartanburg, SC
Added by Anonymous on May 01, 2014 5:54 PM
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