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Researching surnames Beckwith, Butler, Carroll, Demele, Goodson, Gunnels, Heywood, Neal, Richman, Sailor, Sanborn, Sanford, and Taddei.|
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|Susan Bower-Litzenberger||RE: Use of Photograph|
Wow sorry did not see you post until today. Yes you may use picture of mine. How are you related to them? I've not been into my genealogy last couple years, but back at it.
|Marilyn Kyle||Avis Compton Kenworthy pix|
My cousin and I are working on family history which includes our Kenworthy line. I am interested in using the Avis Commpton pix in Find A Grave for our Data Base and maybe in the book we are putting together. We would be sure and give you credit for the picture. Also, if you have any other pictures of Kenworthy people including Beryl, I would sure like to see them. Thank you, Marilyn and cousin Betty. Our Ancestry Tree is Carrick/Guthrie which includes the Kenworthy line.
|Jon Reeves||RE: Madeline Butler|
Indeed, I did a bit of Googling after my original message, and learned a fair amount about your interesting family - including your grandfather, still getting newspaper articles written about him at age 93, and the slightly more distant (and famous) relative "Bill the Bear"...
|Jon Reeves||Madeline Butler|
She was surrounded by several Iaegers; I added the one that had a memorial, and will get to the others in a few hours. Not sure if they're related or not, but it would be odd for spaces 1/2/4 to be related to each other and unrelated to space 3.
|Yvonne Hollenbeck||Gladys Beckwith Sailor|
Because you posted Gladys' info on find-a-grave, I am wondering if you have knowledge of where one could find her poetry, either a book or whatever. I am a poet, originally from Gordon, Nebraska, and am interested in collecting poetry of those in my area, especially the pioneer women. Thank you for any information you might have.
|Deb||Elizabeth Misemer #41752128 and 82954029|
Hi Sarah. I have a favor to ask. My memorial for this infant is the first of the two numbers above, posted Sept 2009. The second number is a duplicate memorial posted in Jan 2012. You have posted a photo of the headstone on the duplicate memorial, and I was hoping you could either also post it on my memorial or give me permission to use it. Thanks, Deb
Added by Deb on Oct 08, 2013 8:32 AM
|Kathy ||Lyman Beckwith|
Lyman is buried in Mount Prospect Cemetery, Franklinville, New York. He is already on Find A Grave in that cemetery. Thanks, Kathy
Added by Kathy on Aug 25, 2013 8:20 PM
Meant to THANK YOU again.
Thank you so much for transferring Don Johnson to me. I appreciate it. I will keep him in good care. Have a great day.
Added by NLColes on Jun 26, 2013 6:56 AM
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