|Teresa Jarosek Elmore (#46626861)|
| || member for 12 years, 1 month, 7 days|
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My family lines are Jarosek, Urbanek, Owen, and Evans. |
I am not related to anyone buried in RoseHill, Ardmore, OK.
I was diagnosed with Guillain- Barre Syndrome in Dec. 2014 and recovery is a slow process. Thank you for your patience.
I have been a member for quite some time now and have enjoyed it. Not all of the information links were available when most of my memorials were created but I am trying to catch up. Your help is much appreciated. I hope that what I have done so far has been a help to you.
Feel free to send information you would like to see added. I have had people send me family information, I added it, and later I have gotten not so nice emails from another person claiming to be family and that the information is wrong. So now I add it to the bio stating that a member sent me the information. I hope this helps.
Enjoy this site and happy hunting!
It is hard for me to try and keep up with most of my memorials. If you can help by letting me transfer some of the memorials to your family, I would really hope you ask. I only ask that you do not make it difficult for others to be able to connect if they are related also.
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|Virginia Brown||Beulah & James Conn|
Thank you very much for the transfer of their memorials. You have made my day! I look forward to adding information to their bios. Hope to do it later today or if not then, tomorrow. Your thoughtfulness means a lot to me.
|craig dixon brown||Marquis / Macedonia, Illinois|
I am tracing my Marquis family from Macedonia, Ill back to the East Coast. I think that they followed the same route as the vise family. To Posey County Indiana, to Vise Town, Perry County, Tenn, to Spartanburg, SC. If you could point me in a helpful direction to start looking I would be thankful. Craig Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org) Donald Lee Marquis was my grandfather, and Will Marquis was his father. My grandmother was Wilma Emma Vise.