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Please feel free to use my photos for your trees and websites. I am also more than willing to transfer outside of the guidelines-as long as you are a contributor who does the same for others.|
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|Carmella||RE: Photo of Springer Cemetery|
Very kind of you :)
Added by Carmella on Nov 05, 2015 4:40 PM
|Carmella||Photo of Springer Cemetery|
May I use your photo of Springer Cemetery? I will be sure to give you photo credit. If you prefer I not, it's no problem!
Added by Carmella on Nov 05, 2015 4:12 PM
We truly appreciate you transferring Millage Nelson. Thank you for creating and maintaining his memorial page.
|RapidRobert ||RE: Smithpeter(s) Family|
Thanks. Still know little about Rebecca. I do know that Michael Smithpeter(s) was married to Sarah (Sally) Drew in 1831, and that they lived together in 1850 on a farm in Beaver Creek valued at $3000. In 1852 Michael married Rebecca Lockwood. In 1860 Sarah was living alone on the old farm, and Michael and Sarah were living on a farm in South Crouch Township valued at $12,000. Michael and Rebecca had other personal property valued at $2400, which I expect was mostly horses.
|RapidRobert ||Smithpeter(s) Family|
Thanks for your work, Kyle. It has really helped me. Just recently became a member. I am the: Grandson of Owen and Ruby (Smithpeters) Kern, Great Grandson of Joseph & Bedie (Lasater) Smithpeters, the Great-Great Grandson of Michael and Rebecca (Lockwood) Smithpeters. I have some information on the Smithpeter(s) family going way back, but very little on the Lockwood family. I'm thinking that Rebecca's father was probably J.C. (John?) Lockwood (1840 Census lists 2 females age 15-20), and may be the John Lockwood referred to as a "Whig candidate" in William Bryant's "Early Times in Illinois" (1871). Wondering if you've found more info on the Lockwoods. Thanks.
|Carolee McGill-Barker||Thank you!|
Just wanted to say thank you very much for creating the memorial page for my grandmother and then transferring her to me. I am very grateful for it.
|Angel Eye D||Donald M. Irvin|
I just wanted to say, thank you for creating a memorial for my dad. - Donna Irvin
|Lizzie||bio and link|
I like that, I wish more people thought like that or at least when its family
Added by Lizzie on May 12, 2015 9:29 PM
|P Holland Mackey||Harrison Price Holland|
Hello, Kyle. I would be interested in seeing your connection to Harrison. He is my third great grandfather. Here is my line:
Harrison Price Holland;
son, Seaborn Holland & wife, Charlotte Cope;
son, Cortez Clingman Holland;
son, Cloyce Price Holland;
son, Haskell Holland;
Have a blessed day!
|Joanne Ikeda||RE: Baltimore Cemetery|
That is interesting and thank you for your prompt answer. Also I thank you for being so generous with pictures you have taken. Not all people on Find A Grave are so thoughtful. I feel as you do. Helping others.
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