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Vickye Blatherwick (#47619061)
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Bio Photo Mayflower Connection: I descend from the following
Degory Priest, Francis Eaton, John Alden,Priscilla Mullins, Myles Standish, Peter Brown, Francis Cooke, George Soule, Isaac Allerton, Richard Warren, through my father, Member 27436, Society of Mayflower Descendants.

My uncle, Carl Glee Smith Jr is memorialized at Manila American Cemetery and Memorial in the Philippines. His life was lost during Typhoon Cobra, December 18, 1944 when three ships went down, USS Hull, USS Monaghan and his ship the USS Spence. I have attempted to leave notes at each of the memorials for the 793 sailors who lost their lives that day. I also see many other memorials that no one has left flowers or honored them, I am also honoring those as I have time. There are over 44,033 memorials at that cemetery. May God bless the thousands of families who suffered loss during WW II.

I am attempting to link many of Smith burials in an effort to help those who are just starting their family search venture. Descending from four Smith branches is a challenge. At the present time, I am linking Smiths from several states from Vermont, New York,Ohio to Illinois, Nebraska and Kansas. From Virginia through Kentucky to Arkansas. From Georgia, Arkansas to Texas.

In addition, I am documenting my Jones from New Hampshire, through Ohio, Illinois to Nebraska.

A few of my family lines are Blatherwick, Farrow, Gilbert, Wood, Kelsey, Evans, Blake, Cady, Watkins, Stewart, McCormick, Jones, Stiles, McDermott, Hoffman, Smith, Black, Brazle, Roth, Martin, Cole, Morgan, Oswalt

If you use my personal photos, please give me credit for the photo, this includes family photos posted as well as cemetery photos. Thank you.

I will consifer transferring memorials that are your direct family, but not my family line. I am not into numbers and am happy to share my work. I love to link family members and to know a bit about the person.
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THe Starr Family of Scott Co. Ar.
Hi Vickye, I would like to thank you for the info on the Starr family, your hard work is appreciated. thanks, lyndalittletree
Added by lyndalittletree on Oct 26, 2014 2:42 PM
Jennie Hunt
Hey Vickye, Thanks for the info, I appreciate it very much. redbullchilled
Added by redbullchilled on Oct 26, 2014 2:23 PM
Ramona Mizne
Emaline nee Hebbard Partridge
Emaline Hebbard was the daughter of Captain Joseph B Hebbard
1792 1872
Mary K. Northrup
1799 1867
Thank you.
Added by Ramona Mizne on Oct 20, 2014 10:10 PM
DeAndra Stevens
RE: Susanna Broyles Cornelius Memorial
Not a problem at all. I was lucky I even found it because I've walked by that little piece of stone a dozen times or better lately and never even saw it. I just wish I could have found more of the pieces . It's sad that there's only that little bit left. Not sure if the family means something to you or if you are related, but I also found an Evelyn Cornelius today just off to the left of Susanna and Wm. today. An infant with just a small stone that didn't say anything about her parents.
Added by DeAndra Stevens on Oct 19, 2014 12:08 AM
Beverly Sweeney / Christine Anguzza
Matilda Ammerman Wright
From looking at the memorial, it looks like my mother got her information right off the stone.

Blessings, Christine (Beverly's daughter)
Added by Beverly Sweeney / Christi... on Oct 19, 2014 12:01 AM
James Richards
Hi, you asked if am a Brown descendent - no. Just taking phtoos and creating memorials (and doing some research when I can) to help other family researchers.
Added by James Richards on Oct 18, 2014 9:22 PM
DeAndra Stevens
Susanna Cornelius Davis Cemetery
Hi Vickye,

I found Susanna's stone today. What was left of it anyway. Problem is that the stone was evidently broken into at least a few pieces. I found a piece with most of her info. There's nothing of the first name on it, BUT you can clearly read Cornelius, Aug. 18, 1851 and enough of Dec. 1927 to make it out. And that's all. I went through the cemetery repeatedly and then did a complete circuit of the outside checking all the dump sites for old flowers and such checking for more bits of the stone and I just couldn't find it. The bit of stone I found was lying face down between William and one other Cornelius but there isn't even a base or any sign of disturbance where I found it to tell me whether the stone was actually there or if someone just found the piece and set it by the others with the same surname. Just wanted to let you know the deal before I posted the pic.
Added by DeAndra Stevens on Oct 18, 2014 5:03 PM
Nena Smothers
RE: Hoffman Memorial
Thanks so much!! happy trails
Added by Nena Smothers on Oct 17, 2014 5:43 PM
Deb Mikels
Addie Young and Albert Young
Thanks again Vickye! Sincerely appreciate your work on these memorials.

Added by Deb Mikels on Oct 16, 2014 12:49 PM
Deb Mikels
Thank you for the transfers of my relatives. I sincerely appreciate the effort and the work you've done.

Deb Young Mikels
Added by Deb Mikels on Oct 14, 2014 5:21 PM
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