|Cathy & Thomas (#47115507)|
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Our family names/linages include:
ADAMS, BEHEN, BELL, BENNETTS, BICKERTON, BLYTHE, BULLOCK, BUTLER, CALLISON, CHAMNESS [CHAMLESS], COLEMAN, COCKRELL, CORDER, COONTZ, CROSS, DAVIS, DAY, DOUGHERTY, DUDLEY, DUNLIN, DUNN, FEASTER, FEHAN, GENTRY, GROSE, HENINGER, HUNGERFORD, JOHNSON, LAWRIE, LEMMONS, LORD, MARSHALL, MAXEY [MAXCY], MCCOWN, MONTGOMERY, MURRAY, NEEHAN, OVERTON, PRESLEY, RUTHVEN, SMOOT, SPLAWN, STANSBURY, [TATHAM, TATEM, TATUM], TAYLOR, TERRELL, THURMAN, TIPTON, WARD, WATERS, WEBSTER, WEINWRIGHT, VOTAW, WINSTON, WOOD, YOUNG AND ETC. THIS IS THE SHORT LIST.
We have been working on family genealogy for about 40 years. We have a great number of documents that were passed down the family lines.
Both of us have formal training in advanced, graduate level research.
"There is a land of the living and a land of the dead and the bridge is love, the only survival, the only meaning."
¯ Thornton Wilder, The Bridge of San Luis Rey
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|Barbara ||Permission Request|
I am writing a book on the history of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Oklahoma to support our new state regent's educational project. I would like permission to use the image of the DAR marker on the gravestone of Mary Elizabeth Barnes who died in 1908 and is buried in Guthrie. Thank you very much.
Barbara McClanahan, EdD
Added by Barbara on Jul 24, 2016 2:32 PM
I'm researching and writing a not-for-profit family history book on the Kirk family of the Nottingham, PA area and ask permission to use the image of Joseph Kirk's gravestone as an illustration in the section discussing him and his family. If this is OK, I will credit you - how would you like the credit worded? Thanks, Harvey Kirk... email@example.com
Added by Nesshagg on Jul 14, 2016 5:09 AM
|Ann Hunter||Herbert Alder|
Herbert Alder is my uncle.
I would like to link him to his parents and siblings
Hettie Hutsel Alder #7318688
Henry Clay Alder #7318689
I also have his siblings, they all have passed away, my mother, Erma Langston was the last one to pass away.
Would you consider allowing me to manage his memorial?
C and T,
Thanks for adding the links. They help.
Added by Patrivia on Jul 11, 2016 9:20 AM
|sullberg||Thomas "Harvey" Lee|
Thank you for accepting the attached obit and updates to his record. This should help genealogist find his final resting place a little easier. RIP Uncle Harvey
Added by sullberg on Jul 03, 2016 2:47 PM
|JACKIE SUE JACOBS||ROBERT J. KEELY|
I'm so sorry I wasn't able to add Robert's father while linking his mother. I just sent you the link to his father's memorial. 'Sorry to bother you twice. J J
|Patricia Heath||RE: It isn't you......|
I go to the Macedonia Cemetery every year to put out flags for Memorial Day. So I always check for new graves and Mr. Day the Caretaker lets me know of new ones as well. My mom and I are trying to map that cemetery out for him.
|Patricia Heath||RE: Judy Bane|
Okay I apologize and thank you for explaining. I apologize.
|Tom Sisco||Find A Grave Memorial# 58427056|
On this page you list a Troy Sisco as married to two different women. There were two Troy's. Troy Pace Sisco who was the son of Pleasant Bailey Sisco and Floretta Sims. Troy (aka Leroy) Sisco who was the son of Noah Calvin Sisco & Arlie M Maxwell. Troy Pace married Ila Oletha Amer (Armer?). Troy (Leroy) Sisco married Arlie M Maxwell.
Troy Sisco 21 Nov 1911 - 2 Feb 1990 married 18 Nov 1944 Sebastian County, Arkansas
Troy Pace Sisco 5 Mar 1909 - 18 June 2006 married 1 Jan 1928, Boone County, Arkansas
Dottie D Sisco
Troy 1911 is a 3rd cousin once removed.
Troy Pace is a 4th cousin once removed.
|James||Georgia Avondell (Wright) Hash|
Thank you for applying those updates that I've been sending for Memorial #50307177.
I do sincerely appreciate your efforts on behalf of everyone. The fact that you do all of this work that benefits everyone looking for their history is both commendable and heart-warming.
Added by James on Jun 21, 2016 7:45 AM
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