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|Paulette Weaver||Frances Elizabeh Rhea Rogers|
I agree with Lisa, This picture was given to me almost 30 years ago as being Lucinda Cooley. At the same time I got pictures of Lucinda's parents, William and Sarah.
|Lisa Minor||Frances Rhea Rogers photo|
Are you positively sure this is Frances and not Lucinda Cooley Rogers? I have found this same pic on ancestry.com labeled as Lucinda. Lucinda was the first wife of Harmon E Rogers as you may already know. Lucinda is my direct line ancestor and this pic looks a lot like my grandmother or I would not question. I know things get mixed up and are sometimes wrong on ancestry, but, please can you tell me if this is absolutely, positively, without a doubt Frances and not Lucinda? Many thanks, Lisa Minor
|Charles Waid||RE: Elisabeth Helen Patterson Fletcher|
Love taking care of cousins. Chuck
|Linda ||RE: James Edward Matcham|
Thank you for your willingness to share your photos.
I would like to use all the Matcham photos with your permission.
Added by Linda on Dec 24, 2012 3:00 PM
|Linda ||James Edward Matcham|
I've recently found more of my Matcham family and was wondering if I might use several of James Edward Matcham #44847273 photos for my records? His dad, George was married to my great aunt Marion. Thanks
Added by Linda on Dec 24, 2012 12:54 PM
|Leha Cohee||RE: Harriet Van Auken grave photo|
You are very welcome! The photo I uploaded looks a little blurry for some reason so I will try to get a better picture while I'm on break from school.
|Debra ||RE: Abram Van Auken|
WHAT A GREAT PICTURE! No thanks necessary for the transfer. I am glad you can add so much to his memorial!
Added by Debra on Mar 13, 2012 5:50 PM
|Debra ||RE: Abram Van Auken|
Hi Sharon, Thank you for the nice note. I would be delighted to make a transfer. Bill...is he your relation?....contacted me earlier today and I offered to transfer to him. If it is OK with him, I will transfer to you.
Also, I will get better photos and photos that show the group of stones together next time I am in Bath.
If I may, many of my family come from Bath. The cemetery is well taken care of. They really take care of the veterans with flags at the holidays. It is one of my favorite places. I love to get there early on a warm sunny day. I sit and listen to the flags flapping in the breeze.
The Bath area and all of Mason County really did their part in the CW. Most all families saw a loved one march off to answer Lincoln's call.
One fellow soldier of Abram in the 17th Illinois was Alexander Davis. He is actually buried not far from Abram. I have adopted Alex, his stone was so dirty that you could not read the script. He was not getting a flag placed at the holdays because no one knew he was a veteran. I cleaned him up and he looks awesome. If you would stop by his memorial and leave a note, that would be special.
All the best,
Added by Debra on Mar 13, 2012 10:09 AM
|Sharon Bourgeois||Grandma Elsie's Photo's|
Thanks so much for taking your time to put up my grandmother's pictures. The pictures look awesome! I would like to put one more photo up if you think that would be ok. We had a 5 generations photo taken with grandmother and she loved the picture. I'll try to find it and post it soon. It is a nicer picture. I don't think it would need any touch ups. Your mom's photos are so good, she was truely a naturally beautiful woman. Thanks again, your cousin Sharon!
|Sharon Bourgeois||RE: Aunt Elsie's photos|
Thanks so much, I appreciate what you've done. Did you fix all the pictures that I put up. Do you want me to delete them all? You can ask me anything you want! I am very busy and don't have time to perfect anything as for as my pictures but I wish I could. My daugther spent one afternoon while she was in college trying to find out if we had any Cherokee bloodlines. Well, we never did find anything but she found Uncle Harold's mistake. The 7th leg from me on Grandma's father's side would take us to Tabitha Romax Keith but that's not her name. Her name was Tabitha Rorex Keith. Keith was her first husband and our GGGGrandfather John Hindman was her second husband. They lived in a town called Cherokee and they probably were related to some Cherokee but how, I don't know, we've never looked into it any more. It's under the descendants of William Rorex (1743-1816. Thanks again, Sharon
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