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I am a mom of 3, going back to college but always working on genealogy! My TIDBIT COLLECTIONS page (with my mother) is a working progress but it is posted below.|
We have done transcribing for two states now and other organizations within those states. My kids (sometimes) likes to accompany me to a cemetery to roam around and find stones or information for people. My daughter has become experienced with a digital camera and loves photography so she takes the pictures of the stones and while we are there... she gets some great shots of the area for her own collection of beautiful landscapes. A win/win situation, right?
I DO NOT claim to be an historian or a professional genealogist (even though that is my passion) but I am a great puzzle solver and so if you are stuck, send me an email. I will even go to a library or jump online to brainstorm with you. Let me know how I can help you!
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|Don Blauvelt||RE: FULLER Family|
I have a digitized pdf of the complete Wrentham VRs
thanks so much, for taking the time out to take the photo I requested.
|Perry Youngs||RE: William Robert Duncan|
My wife is related to many in the cemetery through the Harper family (she is directly related to those that started the Reynoldsburg church and cemetery on her mother's side). My Wife's grandmother was a Harper and buried in the Chicago area (in Elmhurst, IL). The Durbins, yes (he married a Harper), and the Emerys, yes (He also married a Harper), but the Duncans no as far I have found so far. I have been digging into the Harper side side based on a buch of hand written family history my deceased mother-in-law had in her estate documents.
|Cape Gloucester||Sadie and Albert Jabour|
Thank you very much for taking the time to visit and honor this family.
|GLENDA EISENHOUR||RE: Kincaid|
Sorry, I have no information on them.
|Emma Simmons||John Haugh at Holy Family|
It was not uncommon for a child to die and a second child to be named the same thing. There is a three year difference and I have seen that many times before. Nonetheless, I will continue to try to sort out if there are two boys or messed up records.
|L. Forbes||Peter & Katherine Rinnert|
Thank you for the grave photos, much appreciated.
|Larry G. Flesher||RE: Charles Henry Allen|
I looked up this family on ancestry.com
Henry Allen was married to Elisa B. 'Dolly' (COLE) in either 1896 or 1906.
His parents were John W. & Mary Jane (NEUSE) ALLEN.
I'm fixing the Find A Grave records and the on-line Washington County, MO Cemetery Records.
Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I always try to link families if I'm sure of their relationship. This was very much appreciated.
Added by Timeless on Apr 08, 2014 11:20 PM
|Doug Lindsey||RE: Children needing to be linked|
Hi Talex. Thanks for the information for Mary Elizabeth Smith-Breece. I sent a message requesting the memorials for Mary and Clyde be transferred to me. These are the children I have for Morties and Margaret Kincaid-Smith.
Charles Criss Smith 1880-1966
Rosa May Smith-Lyon 1882-1966
Gay For a Smith 1883-1977 (My great grandfather)
George Edwin Smith 1886-1976
Mary Elizabeth Smith-Breece 1889-1990
I don't have any information for Mary E Smith-Breece other than birth, death and burial. Do you know if they had any children and do you have any pictures of Mary and Clyde?
Do you need any information for Morties & Margaret and their children?
Happy Family Tree Climbing
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