|Barbara Lough (#46789463)|
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A native of Baltimore, Maryland I moved to Loudoun County, Northern Virginia in 2002. Over the past few years, I have become interested in researching our family history. I also began an annual family reunion back in 2000 which is still going strong today. Although, it has gone from an annual tradition to an every 5 year tradition.|
I am in the process of researching my family history. My mother's parents are Carrie L. (Willett) Sebra born in Alexandria, VA and her husband Lewellyn Sebra originally from Virginia. It is believed that Carrie's father, John Willett changed his name to John Willard.
Also, according to official documentation, my grandfather Lewellyn is the son of Alice Hatfield, my great-grandmother. I am excited to try and track down the Hatfield history as it relates to us.
My adopted father's mother is Irene Nelson originally from East Lyme, New London, Connecticut. Researching her family ancestors has also proved difficult. My father's father is Christopher Sallias of Connecticut.
My husband was able to research the LOUGH ancestry back to Germany in the 1700's while I am stumbling on the 1900's for my family.
Go to http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hcpd/norman/LOUGH to get the entire LOUGH family lineage.
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|Joyce Potts Hoffmann||William Clendening|
Could you please link him with his parents
Both in Hillsboro cemetery.
Thank you so much. I did send an edit in his memorial too.
|Marilyn Eagle||Margaret C. Lough headstone|
Did you ever figure out for sure which cemetery Margaret C. Lough is resting in? I found the same stone in the Life Family Cemetery, Lewis Co., WV when I was researching the Life Family History. Noah's first wife has an individual stone and then the one of the three together. Was just curious .
|Krista AQ Thompson||I made a mistake|
My page didn't fully load so Walter B. Potts' listing didn't show in the display list. I created another--should I delete it and just forward to you the information about his marriages and the like?
When I saw the posting I was thrilled that someone had found him. Now not so thrilled since it's a Burial Unknown.
Added by bill on Sep 19, 2013 6:51 PM
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