|Wilda Dillion (#47569167)|
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|I'm 88 years old and have Parkinsons so I no longer drive. We have a very good research library here in Boise but I am unable to help anyone. I've been researching my family for 50 years and thought I was through, and then I discovered FAG. Now I spend my day making memorials for my extended family - putting all my research to good use. 6/27/2014|
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|Dianna Taylor||Thank You !!!|
For the edit on Linn Banks
a) I am sorry to read about your health problems and having to move into an assisted living facility
b) I regret not keeping better records but frankly I do not remember what I wanted to ask you. Sad isn't it?
c) I live in Kankakee County, IL and been a findagrave volunteer for several years. Do you recall what cemeteries here you have have worked within so I, perhaps, can search for your name and then remember why I sent you that previous note?
Thank you and God bless
Added by Norson on Dec 09, 2014 7:07 AM
|Norson||Test email from another findagrave member|
Are you still avail to make findagrave webpage additions/changes?
Added by Norson on Nov 17, 2014 3:22 PM
|Cindy Cannon||Simeon Collier|
I've been searching for info on my 3x great grandmother, Emiline Colier (Collier) DOB about1835, married to Tilman Gardner Helm on 9-21-1856. She had one son Alonzo Frederick Helm born in 1857. I have not been able to find any other information on her but Tilman remarried in 1838 so figure either died in childbirth or soon thereafter. I've noticed that Simeon Collier had an "unknown female" born between 1831 and 1835 and wonder if this may be Emiline. Although Tilman's findagrave states that she was born in Laclade County, MO, I haven't found any proof of that. The only piece of paper I have found on her is her marriage to Tilman. I am wondering if maybe she is the unknown female born to Simeon. Do you happen to know if there is any other information as to who this unknown female is.
|Suzanne Guerra||RE: Wiatt Huffman|
Yes, I do want to add it. I had to look 3 or 4 times myself but then I remembered that my great aunt married at 14---and that was in the early 1900's in CA. I assume that she looked like a very mature 13-year-old.
Sincerely, Sue Guerra firstname.lastname@example.org
|BjJ||RE: Hezikiah Collier|
You're very welcome. I agree, always like to see a photo on a memorial when it is possible. Thanks for your note!
Added by BjJ on Aug 09, 2014 2:56 PM
|Mike Hughbanks||Collier/Taylor/Ison connection|
Thank you so much for all the work that you added to Find a Grave. I am trying to find my family's Garrett Taylor who married an Ison. The Taylor's, Ison and Collier's are intertwined. Your additions to my tree have been very helpful.
|Tree Shaker||RE: Carrie Collier|
You are most welcome. I can attest that no where near all the graves have been added to find a grave. If there are more you are looking for I would be happy to help. just email me directly email@example.com
Wilda-Thank you for adding the William Collier Cemetery to F-G and for letting me know about the links. Both are appreciated.~Laura.
Added by Honor on Jun 10, 2014 5:04 PM
|Matthew Brewster||Elizabeth Collier|
Yes, I'm a 5th-great-grandson of Moses Collier and Ruth Whitley through their son Aaron. I was trying to get back into researching this line because I'd like to expand what I know of names married into the line for my genetic genealogy project.
Thanks for the details - I hadn't come across Ruth's will, so I'll keep an eye out for Ricketts in this line now. One of my highest priorities is to learn more about Aaron Collier's wife Polly Louvicy Welch. It is intriguing to learn of the Spaulden/Spaulding name connected to this family since my Aaron Collier's youngest son was named Devalcort Spaulding Collier.
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