|Laurie Edmunds Reeve (#47739721)|
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I have always had a love for researching and gathering genealogical information on my ancestors and have been doing so for over 30 years! Currently, I can trace two of my family lines back to the year 115 B.C.|
My passion now is to create online memorials of my family tree in hopes of connecting with distant relatives and sharing life stories/histories of our common ancestors.
These are my family lines I am currently researching (w/variant spellings):
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Ann Jensen, Barbara LeClair..., Bonnie Huish, Brian Llewelly..., Burt, Chantel, Chesnut/Behunin..., Diane Finlinson..., Earl Munday, EscrimaDancer, Jason Hatch, Judy, Judyvv, Lisa, Louis Mata, nathan bingham, Robert Dove, Roberta Everet..., RockyandNelson, Ruth Blackwell, [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
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|Chesnut/Behunin Descendant||RE: Elizabeth Taylor # 90198618|
THANK YOU SOOO VERY MUCH for this transfer.
And the GREAT work you do on this site. I know many people are grateful.
I come off of Jennie Burraston Starr's line. my Grandmother Inez Star/my mother Linda Bird Greene. We are looking for information about William McMillian Thompson who was Emma Price Burrastons first husband. Are there any histories about him or pictures of the burrastons that you may have? I have very few pictures of my Grandma and Aunt Anna Starr when they were younger. Someone recently contacted me and found some, but pictures didn't have names on them. The kids belonged to Emma Price Burraston.
My email is email@example.com please let me know if you have any information on this family. We would like to know the names on the pictures.
Thanks ever so much for linking Henry to his parents. I truly appreciate your help.
Added by lkpt on Nov 02, 2013 7:47 AM
Will be glad to transfer. Not sure where the Clark's fit in right now as I've researched a number of family lines in Holt County where my husband was born. Roberta
|Dean Jones||RE: Smuel Hyrum Webster #112916992|
Hi Laurie, thank-you very much. I'll take good care of the Samuel Webster memorial. Dean Jones
|Chesnut/Behunin Descendant||RE: Angelina Harrison #91532651|
THANK YOU for making those links. And you are fast as well.
You may want to add this to
John Brown Wade
31 December 1874
Fillmore, Millard, Utah, United States
19 February 1903
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States
|Robert Dove||RE: Gurina Ridste # 86118099|
Your welcome. I am writing a book about Cerro Gordo township in Lac qui Parle. I am identifying who lived on which farm site since the beginning of the county.
This is quite a far stretch. In 1882, Gurine and John Ridste were married and lived on a farm in Cerro Gordo. Do you know what farm site? Do you know when they left to go to Riverside township in Lac qui Parle county?
|Robert Dove||RE: Gurine Ridste # 86118099|
Your welcome. Were you aware that her grand daughter was Carol Landis of hollywood fame?
Carole Landis (January 1, 1919 - July 5, 1948
Landis was born Frances Lillian Mary Ridste in Fairchild, Wisconsin. Her mother, Clara (née Stentek), was a Polish farmer's daughter. A Time magazine article published the month of her death identifies her father as a "drifting railroad mechanic"; according to a 2005 biography, the mother was married to Norwegian Alfred Ridste, who abandoned the family before Landis was born, and it was Charles Fenner, her mother's second husband, who most likely was Landis' biological father. She was the youngest of five children, two of whom died in childhood. Her early years were filled with poverty and sexual abuse.
In January 1934, 15-year-old Landis married her 19-year-old neighbor, Irving Wheeler, but the marriage was annulled in February 1934. They later remarried on August 25, 1934. Wheeler named Busby Berkeley in an alienation of affections lawsuit in 1938 involving Landis, and they divorced in 1939.
|Paula Shoop Chapman||RE: Peter Shupe # 86902204|
I am a distant relative. When I add a name to my tree, I like to check to see if they are in Find A Grave and if all of the information is correct. If possible, I like to get parents, spouses and children linked. I always feel as though they are brought back together again. It makes it much easier for people in the future to trace their roots.
Thanks for your quick response, I really appreciate it!
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