|Nathan Graham (#46863628)|
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I'm located in Northern California, family is from Southern Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois.|
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|Carol Thomas||RE: Relationship|
Now I'm getting a little excited about this. My 2nd greatgrandfather was Thomas M. Graham aka Thomas M. Grimes. From the pension records it shows he was born Dec. 11, 1846 in Warren County, KY. He died in Camden County, MO. on 6//29/1909. His obit said he was born in Bowling Green, KY. You can see his tombstone on findagrave. This doesn't match the date of death you have for your Thomas. None of my family bibles or sources But I'm pretty sure that his father was Fleming. I have not been able to locate any of the Graham family over the years. Any chance someone you know has a family bible or photos during Felmings time? Any help you have would be greatly appreciated. Feel free to email me.
thank you for the tombstone photo for Fleming Graham. Are you related to him and Elizabeth? I would love to be able to read what is written on the tombstone. Can you help maybe with a better photo or transcription? I believe they are the parents of Thomas M. Graham who was my ancestor. Would like to also share info if you want.
|Brandon A. Cowles||Maragret Graham Cowles|
I am a descendent of Margret Graham Cowles. I believe her parents were Issac and Kesiah Parker Graham. Are you related to Issac?
Margret married James N Cowles they had Jesse and Jesse Ruble and Ruble had my father.
email email@example.com a kin to you thru Pauline Burton.
|Mac & Marilyn Gardner||RE: Grave site of Mary R McDonald|
Thank you for all of your help. I now have pictures of both of my parents markers. I appreciate all that everyone has done.
|Mac & Marilyn Gardner||Grave site of Mary R McDonald|
Thank you so much for the picture of my Mother's grave marker. Did you happen to get one of my father next to her as well?
I really appreciate your doing this for me.