|Dan Miller (#47864760)|
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My wife's maiden name is Slagle from Indiana. John Slagle Sr. lived in Polk Co Missouri. Her Aunt gave us a lot of Slagle History and since then I have expanded the info about double and keep adding new stuff all the time. |
Any Help with the Slagle Family would be appreciated. Photos of family members, cousins, etc.
Please do not hesitate to contact me.
Use of any photos which I have posted may be used for Private Use, i.e. Family Trees/Family Histories, without my Permission. The Use of any photos for Sale/Publication which I have posted may ONLY be used 'With My Consent - Crediting Me As Photographer'.
When requesting transfers, please use the edit tab, then the Suggest Any Other Tab, and state your relationship. Please keep in mind that ownership is not always necessary, I am very willing to make edits and add things to the bios. I may be related to memorials that I have created and will not transfer a relative unless it fits into the guidelines.
I have recently started on my Family Tree - The Miller Family.
My Paternal Grandfather Daniel A Miller
My Paternal Grandmother Fannie J Miller
My Maternal Grandfather Joseph M Miller
My Maternal Grandmother Amanda Schmucker
My Great Grandfather Aaron S Miller
My 2nd Great Grandfather Solomon C Miller
My 3rd Great Grandfather Christian C Miller
My 4th Great Grandfather Abraham Miller
My 5th Great Grandfather was Christian Miller Jr, we have not yet found a location of this remains.
My 6th Great Grandfather was Christian Miller Sr, was born in Bern, Switzerland, Europe. He came to America on 15 Sep 1749 on the Ship "Phoenix" landing in Philadelphia.
My 7th Great Grandfather was possibly a 'Mueller' or 'Muller' and His Mother's Last Name was 'Rogers'.
Thanks for Checking On Me
- - Website: www.TheMillerWebsite.com
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|kelsa mayo||Thank You!|
Thank you so much for taking a photo of my father in laws headstone James E Mayo at Sarasota National Cemetary,it is sincerely appreciated!!
|Carol (Kunz) Hardman||Roy Keiser Photo|
Thank you so much for taking and posting the headstone photo for Roy Keiser. It means alot to me and those who were his friends, colleagues and students. I taught with Roy and his wife, Janet, in Izmir, Turkey in the early 1970s -- DoDDS teachers we were and enjoyed many memorable times together. Truly appreciate you taking the time and effort to get us a pic. Regards, Carol (Kunz) Hardman
|Orvan L Mabie Jr||Nelson Miller|
I downloaded the wrong picture of Nelson H. Miller. There are two other Nelson Miller's at Grace Lawn. As a note of reference, I just finished taking all pictures of this cemetery in Oct 2016, but Nelson H. was not one of those pictures taken.
|Christine||Re Transfer of Doberstein|
Thank you sooo much for the transfer...
|S B Spade||David H. Bauer|
Dan, Thank you so much for the memorial transfer for David H. Bauer.
|S B Spade||David H. Bauer|
Would you please be so kind as to transfer the memorial of David H. Bauer who lies in repose at the Sarasota Military Cemetery. His Find A Grave memorial # is 131004315. He is my first cousin. Thank you, Sarah Beth Spade, Find A Grave member #48124849
|Dorinda||Phyllis Watson Wills|
Thank you also for posting this image of my mother-in-law's gravestone, in Sarasota National Cemetery.
Added by Dorinda on Nov 28, 2016 10:12 PM
|Dorinda||Lisle Wills Jr. Sarasota Natl Cemetery|
Thank you for posting such an excellent photo of the gravestone for Lisle Wills Jr., Sarasota National Cemetery. He was my father-in-law. We live in Washington State and have been unable to see the final gravestone, following his funeral service. D. Wills
Added by Dorinda on Nov 28, 2016 10:10 PM
|JWR||Ruama "Amy" Smith Lewis # 173096078|
Dan, If you still have the fine photo of Amy Lewis' marker in your files, could you add it to her memorial for me - when you have a chance. Many thanks, JWR
Added by JWR on Nov 23, 2016 2:06 PM
|JWR||Correction for Ruama Lewis|
Dan, Thanks so much for letting me know the mistake I made. Don't know how that happened! Will do it as soon as my company leaves. Have to get my Great Aunt and Great Uncle back together again!!
Thanks again for all your work. JWR
Added by JWR on Nov 23, 2016 7:29 AM
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