|Joe Young (#46914880)|
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My name is Joe Young. I have been interested in my family geneology for many years now and I have found a few family graves on here that have really helped. In my spare time, though, I like to help other people to find their relatives. I like to get out in the woods and in hard to reach, or long walking distance cemeteries. Any time I take a trip somewhere, I will be checking for cemeteries along the way and if someone needs a photo taken in that cemetery, well, I will be there, so there is no telling where I might be one time or another. This is an amazing and helpful site and I hope everyone can benefit from it as I have. Thanx for looking.|
If you have any questions for me, please contact me at email@example.com
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|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Oman|
I would love to correspond with you as I see you have posted so many of the Oman family. I am related to Maude Bright Oman and would love to know how your are related and if you have additional information on her.
How do i contact Connie (?) who taken over the John Hnery Roper Memorial in wright Co. Missouri? I have added information for her. thanks, C.M.Wright
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Maude Bright Oman|
Maude Bright Oman is the daughter of Oliver J Weist and Laura Bright of
Baltimore, OH. She was the wife of Roy Hedges Oman.
Please post her information for me. I would like to know if you are related to her and how. If you are we are related also. Laura Bright who was her mother is my great Aunt and I have pictures of her from my mother.
Thank you so much. It's nice to see new volunteers getting involved. Keeping the memory of our ancestors is so important.
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Roy Hedges Oman|
Full name is Roy Hedges Oman born July 23, 1881 and died Dec 25, 1950. He was
the husband of Maude Bright.
|melinda larson||Young request|
Good evening. Next weekend we will be going over to Newton County to a family reunion. I will walk the cemetery. Ethel Young is my great aunt. She is buried at Swain, and I didn't realize she had a baby buried at Hickory. I will try and get pictures.
|Connie||Family Memorial Transfers|
Thank you for transferring all of the family memorials.
Added by Connie on Dec 17, 2010 9:23 PM
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Maud Weist Oman|
Hi there fellow volunteer,
Maude is my first cousin twice removed. I have many pictures of her grandmother and family. I know she was born in June but haven't finished my research on her. Thanks for inputting her. How are you related? If you have no closer relationship could you please transfer her to me?
Thanks so much.
|Helen Cook||Aaron Owen|
So nice to hear from you. You are my children's 3rd cousin, once removed. They descend from Aaron Moody Owen, brother of Samuel. Henry Ray Owen was their great grandfather, and Celia Jane Owen (md. Gordon) Wilbourn was their grandmother. John Dave Wilbourn was their father. The Wilbourn's are buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Franklin County, AR, with photos & obits.
This is where you will find my online tree:
Feel free to use whatever photos you like. Best regards, Helen Cook, Franklin Co, Arkansas
LAST WILL & TESTAMENT OF AARON OWEN
in the name of God Amen. I, Aaron OWEN of Union Township in Newton County in the State of Arkansas being in ill health but of sound mind and disposing memory calling to mind the frailty and uncertainty of human life and being desirous of settling my worldly affairs and directing how the estate with which it has pleased God to bless me, shall be disposed of after my decease while I have strength and capacity so to do. To make and publish this my last will and Testament hereby revoking and making null and void all other last wills and testaments by me here to fore made and first I commend my immortal being to him gave it and my body to the earth to be burried and as to my worldly estate and all the property personnally or mixed of which I shall die seized or possessed or to which I shall be entitled at the time of my death I desire bequeath and dispose there of in the manner following to wit:
First my will is that gave and bequeath to Samuel OWEN my son one gray stallion horse and one red brindled cow and one red and white brided calf and one black and white spotted mare and six pigs to dispose of as he pleases and I also give to Joseph A. OWEN my son one chestnut sorrel horse with star in forehead and three white feet and the balance of my bodyly heirs I give five dollars to each one at my death. And I give to Jane OWEN my wife the balance of my personal and real estate, to have and to hold during her life time and at her death the said real estate I gave to my four boys and to be equally divided between them to wit:
Jonathan OWEN, Aaron OWEN, Samuel OWEN, Joseph Alexander OWEN to have and to hold as their real estate and to have their free exercise over the same after their mothers death, this Wednesday 24th day of Nov. 1886.
Aaron OWEN (SIGNATURE)
T. S. Bethel
this Nov. 24th 1886
Duly recorded Dec. 30th 1886
J. C. B. Lindra, Clerk, Newton CO. Arkansas