|Jen Walston Harris Hill (#47107475)|
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My Maternal Surnames From Germany Valley WV & The Shenandoah Valley VA, DC, & PA Include: Dull, Moomau, Whitesell, Foley, Eustler/Youstler, Mace, Huntley, Wood, Lambert, Hinkle/Henckel, Johnson, Weaver, Bryant, Thurston, Dice, Crist, Greiner, Cunningham, Hicks, Price, Garner, Haga, |
Paternal DC,VA,MD,DE,"Delmarva" - Harris, Chism, Parker, Spalding, Morris, Jones, Walston, Melson, Nash, Threlkeld, Bronaugh, Olliff/Olive, Mullins, Lent, Hearn, Maddox, Cannon, just to name a few...
My Husbands Side Ended Up Being Pioneers Of Texas Names Include Hill, Jackson, Phipps, Stamps, Deadwyler, O'Fiel, Drake, Childress, Geidner, Swenson, Foster, Kennedy, Ward, Harris, Paschel, Fortson, Bonds, Davis, Anderson, Lacy, Etc...
Check out my Virtual Cemeteries to see the ones I have found or submitted. As I Find More & More Relatives I Find It Easier To Divide My Family Virtual Cemeteries & Make More Family Surname Specific Cemeteries.
I LOVE To BUY Classic Trucks & Cars! (Profile is my 70 2wd Blazer I've owned since the early 90s!) Please Contact Me If You Have Something For Sale Whether Classic Boats, Bikes & Tractors Even Vintage Toys!Hahaha its Just Very Cool About Getting Something That Was In My Family No Matter How Distant It Is! Go To My Website Link To See Our Family Tree On Ancestry, With many Photos, Records & Documents to Support ALL of My Edits...
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|Nancy Shelton-Licini||RE: Weird!|
I'm not clear on John Wm Luther & Wm L Argenbright...they just may be the same person. However, Jon W Luther was also born in Newport, Augusta, VA...same as Sensabaugh's Sarah Elizabeth Catherine Argenbright. Yes very weird.
Jno. W. Luther Argenbright
Virginia, Births and Christenings
Name Jno. W. Luther Argenbright
Birth Date 03 Oct 1856
Birthplace Newport, Augusta, Virginia
Father's Name M.W.D. Argenbright
Mother's Name Susan C. Argenbright
CITING THIS RECORD
"Virginia, Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," database, FamilySearch
|larry||RE: Nellie May (Harris) Givens|
I AM , BUT A LONG WAY THROUGH A LONG LINE OF FAMILY,S. YOU ARE A LOT CLOSER THAN I AM. WOULD YOU LIKE ME TO TRANSFER HER TO YOU?
Added by larry on Oct 09, 2015 4:39 PM
|Robin Arvickson||RE: James M Jackson|
Thank you! I'll get in touch with Deloss about the picture. I didn't know he had been wounded, so that gives me some more info.
|Linda Dukes||Charles Madison Jackson|
Yes, you are correct, and thank you for filling in the blanks. His missouri death certificate did not have much info.
|audrea thomas||RE: Samuel L Geidner # 102869337|
i just added Mary for you :)
|Sgt Daxter||Ruby Charlotte Foley Dull|
Her memorial needs a grave stone photo. It's the same photo you added to her husbands memorial. They share the stone. Please add to her memorial page. Find A Grave Memorial# 49033120
|Dal Mallory||Nash family|
It appears that you are kin to Edward Thirkle Nash. I am trying to find out where his daughter Margaret Elizabeth Nash Nash who died in DC in 1976 is buried. She was married to and divorced from my cousin, Charles Carroll Nash of Westmoreland Co., VA by whom she had 2 children. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Family Tree Climber||RE: MACE THANKS!|
Thank you for the very kind words! I'm glad to be able to share resources I've found in my local area, and extremely happy to know when it is helpful to others! Keep me in mind if you would like me to look for anyone else - I do love a good search!
|Scott Hutchison||John Moomau|
If he died in Charlottesville why was he buried in Staunton?
I don't understand why somebody would be offended by a death certificate. That is just like saying I am offended by genealogy. It is a piece of history, and it is usually the last thing that person leaves to mark his/her passage on this planet we call Earth. You don't see many cemetery monuments being declared a historical document. Post them an d let the Universe know this person was from somewhere on Earth, and is awaiting his turn to rise again.
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