|Bob Jackson (#47101781)|
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Have been doing Family History for more than 40 years, some more productive than others. Did research before retiring, and still enjoy doing it now on my family. Decided to write REAL history, not just collect names and dates. Have lots of info on my main lines: Thompson, Thomson, Sanford and Jackson.|
Hobbies include woodworking, music and photography. Have made music CDs, a number of musical instruments, and have thousands of picures of animals in the wild.
Love to 'tinker' and have taken classes on clock repair...thus the picture.
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|ChuckNorris||Jean Gillespie Brown|
You added a photo to her memorial for which I am very grateful. But it looks like there was a site glitch and the photo was added twice. If it wouldn't be to much trouble could I ask you to please delete one? I would appreciate it. Thank you again for the picture.
|Debbie McGillivary||Barbara Holmdahl|
Thanks for taking the picture of my aunts grave.
Are you Bob Jackson and Ellen friend of John Connolly?
|Charlet Estes||Creola Pearl Beall-Jackson-Core|
We have been given two paintings, circa 1890's to 1930's, one of Creola Fern McVay Beall and her Grandmother. Her husband was Erin Mason Beall of Roundup, Montana and her daughter was Creola Pearl Beall Core. We are trying to contact any family members there may be to give them the pictures. Apparently Mrs. Beall lived in Rupert, Idaho and was buried in the Minidoka Acequia Rupert Cemetery in 1944. Mrs. Core moved to Burley, Idaho, then to Denver, Colorado and passed on there in the year 2000.
We have found that Creola Fern Mcvay was born in Carthage, Mo in 1893, the daughter of Oscar Reece Mcvay and Emma Shenefelt-Mcvay. At age 19 she married Erin Mason Beall, 32, of Roundup, Montana. He is the son of Thomas F. Beall and Margrite M. Cantrell-Beall. They had one daughter, Creola Pearl Beall, born in Roundup, Oct. 23 1913, married someone named Core and moved to Denver Colorado, died there Dec. 16, 2000.
On Ancestry.com, the Leuty family tree folks wrote to me and told me that Mrs. Core's first husband was Mr. Jackson. I think she may possibly be one of your family members? We'd like to find family to give these photos to, if we can't we've considered giving them to the museum at Carthage, MO, where the grandma was from, we don't want to give them to the Calico Rock Museum because we haven't been able to find anyone related to them there. The pictures were actually found in a box inside a house for sale between Brockwell Arkansas and Melbourne Arkansas and they brought them to us. :)
The Melbourne Times
|Deborah Howard||Ezekiel Branson|
Hi, I e-mailed you but didn't get an answer. Was wondering if you could transfer my G.Grandfather E.B. Branson #60267284 to me my # is 47822453. Thank you Debby Howard
|Ronald Crider||RE: Marjorie Paul Shaw|
I am sorry that this has taken so long. My aunt Dianne Sellers called and said the site will not allow others to post or add other links to ones site.
I have changed my email from msn to gmail. I am working with my aunt to make her the administrator of her mother's site. I didn't know since I do not know how this site works.
Thank you for your patience.
R.Dean Crider II
|Mary Evans||Nolan Brown #51882229|
Middle name is Royal
born in Provo, Utah, Utah
died in Olympia, Thurston, Washington
Father - Reed Brown - Memorial# 88167896
Mother, Mary Jeanette Wilkin Brown - Memorial# 88167896
|Mary Evans||Jean Brown #51882230|
Jean's maiden name is Gillespie
born in Provo, Utah, Utah
died in Seattle, King, Washington
|J||Albert Edward Finch #51882281|
I sent you this information a month or so ago to add to Albert's memorial. Will you please add it.
thank you - Jeanie
Albert Edward Finch brought his family, wife Agnes E., children Charles, Frances
and Joyce to Klamath Falls in 1929, working on, at hat time, the Great Northern
Railroad. He became an engineer and after retirement he and his wife enjoyed
many years here with family
and friends before moving to Edmonds, Washington in 1965 to be near their
youngest daughter and her husband Keith Lewis.
Klamath County History 1984
Added by J on Sep 03, 2012 6:17 AM
|John Wesley Wardlow||Mary Jane Rogers Long|
Please correct this death date on our cousin. she died 2/20/1954 and you posted 1938.
|6192Pam Scott||Lucy Jackson|
Am having trouble locating the burial site for the above woman--according to her death certificate she was b.1833 N.C. and died 1913 Blackwater Twp., Saline Co., Mo. I am a member of Ancestry and have exhausted all leads. I signed up for Find A Grave--what great info. Your site is well done. If you have any info on
this woman would you please contact me.
Thank you, P.Scott
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