|Jean MC (#46819536)|
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I was exposed to genealogy & history from the time of High School. Both My Uncle & Mother were avid enthusiasts. It is just seems natural that I have continued with their research especially with the passing of both my mother and Uncle, I have picked up their research. I am lucky to have a fair number of older cousins who are contributing a lot of information such as family stories to our family history especially about locations and where to find cemeteries that are not readily found on today's maps. With both of my digital cameras, a laptop, a portable scanner & printer, I am trying to gather all or as many of the family documents into electronic form and redistribute to many family members who do not have copies. |
My family website is a collection point for all my collective research efforts and a place where family research is a primary goal of all who are members. We presently have an extensively documented family heritage for a minimum of seven generations and are working to expand all lines back to our roots of origin including documenting and proving our Cherokee Ancestry.
BTW .. many of the entries I have posted ARE NOT of my direct family unless additional information is added to the memorial
Fulfilling Photo Requests are my pleasure especially since I am very aware of the impediment distance can make to working on family genealogy.
I do not have a problem with transfer requests but need statement of relationship which should be within FAG guidelines.
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|Terry||John Lamance #897435|
He was married to my 1st cousin 3x removed. May I use his gravestone photo in my Family Tree? I will gladly give you credit. Thank you so much, Terry
Added by Terry on May 20, 2016 7:33 PM
|Rock Talker||Re Dorothy Brown|
it was not a request. You have a photograph posted on the wrong memorial it needs to be moved to Dorothy E Brown. Good to hear from you again.
|Rock Talker||Re Dorothy Brown|
Please check out this memorial for Dorothy Brown, buried Section 14 Site 392 in Fort Smith National Cemetery. # 419553
Need to link; my grandparents and there children; I think part is done.
My grandparents: Albert Kelley: #13636384; Venetta Kelley: # 25536067; My uncle: C. David Kelley: # 1366415; My Mother: Jane A. Kelley Shults # 98328092 Thank you: Terri
Added by Terri on Nov 08, 2015 10:52 AM
|Terri ||Need to Link:|Added by Terri on Nov 08, 2015 10:46 AM
Your Website link doesn't work!
Added by efwrsm on Nov 06, 2015 4:35 PM
|DJ Oaster||Francis L Knowles|
Francis Logan Knowles has sisters names Louetta, Claudia, and Ethel. Parents were William Clark Knowles and Bertha Fuson Knowles of Clay county, Illinois. Some relatives of our family.
|CYBERHOG||Ed Carter (ref: 13576845)|
Ed Carter (ref: 13576845) is my father. Would it be possible for you please transfer the management of his memorial to me.
Bella Vista, AR
Added by CYBERHOG on Feb 27, 2015 10:52 AM
|Dianna Taylor||Thank You !!!|
Thank you for the edits & Links on Carolyn McClellan.
I too am a descendant of the Love family, my grandmother was Dollie Love. She is the Rev. Carrell M. Love & Lula E. Spencer-Love's daughter. I have been doing research on and off since 1981. This year has exploded with information I've found here and there on the internet, from documents I've recently rec'd and am still quite curious of the family tree. Have you found the choctaw connection through Lula Spencer? Her father I know has a a name of Grean Spencer, an indian scout, and his father is to be some chieftan. However, I'm running into dead ends there.
I don't know exact # of members I have for the Love's (my tree is over 1,200 and counting on all branches) but am always looking for corraborated evidence. Touch base and we can share. My email is email@example.com.Take care Doug M.
Added by DougM on Dec 06, 2014 10:46 PM
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