|Richard Friend (#47068995)|
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Retired office worker in the container steamship business in Houston,Texas. My main hobby is working on my computer. I like Genealogy and have an extensive Family Tree. I have recently found this website Findagrave.com and really enjoy inputting data on the site as well as researching on the site too.|
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|Ken Buttry||RE: Peggy Sue Admason Harman|
I have now located her. Thanks, en
|Ken Buttry||Camery family|
Hi, I'm writing because you probably live in the Houston area and a friend is trying to find a cousin. They are descendants of Elisha Hall and Isabell Sutherland Camery. The person's name is Peggy Sue Adamson Harman, born Dec, 1946. Any help will be appreciated.
|Sandi||RE: Edna Shaw/ Chandler|
Okay thanks, I knew it was a long shot....amazing how following the twigs sometimes gets to the branch!
Added by Sandi on Mar 05, 2013 8:44 AM
|Sandi||RE: Error on relationships|
I don't know whether I asked you, the line I am interested in is Warren M. Chandler's wife Edna Shaw's, that is her maternal grandfather, Henry Allen. I am interested in locating anyone who might have information on the Allen's and was trying to find descendents from all branches. I think Warren Chandler had only two grandchildren. Are you from that line?
Added by Sandi on Mar 04, 2013 1:53 PM
|Elizabeth Klocke||Elizabeth Dingle|
I don't have any information on Elizabeth. I was taking other tombstone photos of Dingle's to fulfil a request and took hers and made a memorial for her since there wasn't one.
|K. Quentin Bremmer||correction|
W. C. DINGLE was married to a Shannon.
Also, I suspect Dingle Avenue in Palmyra Missouri may have been named after either W.C. Dingle or his son, but haven't gotten around to researching that yet, either.
|K. Quentin Bremmer||W. C. Dingle|
I only have a few notes for his biography at this point. I do know he was from Kentucky, and one of the stonger supporters in this area of succession in the years leading up to the Civil War, and even joined "the Silver Grays", a local para-military group of Southern sympathizers. They never saw any actual action, as all were fairly advance in age. I haven't determined where the rank of Colonel came from, it may not be an actual military rank as it was also a term used for an important community member as was sometimes habit in the Southern states in that day. Had he taken part in the Mexican War, I believe he would have been with General Willock, but I don't have a note that he was in the roster. I suspect the Iowa War or the Morman War would be more likely.
If you would like to provide an e-mail address, I can put you in contact with someone who most likely will be able to tell you more than I could ever do, as W. C. Willock was married to a Shannon. I know an expert on that family who will most likely provide you with a wealth of information on anyone related to them.
Would you send me your email through Joseph Dingle's edit tab? Then we can correspond without posting all on the web page.
I am partially related. My 3rd gr. grandfather had two sons when he was in his 60s through a second marriage after my 3rd gr. grandmother passed on. One of these sons married Essie. I do have a closer relative for you.
Added by Coxie on Jan 27, 2013 4:58 PM
|Shirley Derbis||Jacob Harsh - Bethlehem Lutheran|
Richard, I visited Bethlehem Lutheran Cemetery today and tried to find the Jacob Harsh you requested. I found several Jacob Harsh stones but none that matched the dates you submitted. The closest I found was one that did say Mary Magdeline on top and Jacob Harsh - died September 18,1867. I can't read anything that says wife of but I see another post saying that MM was his wife's name. I have this photo if it is the right one. You can let me know if you want it posted.
Now that I found my great-great grandmother Nancy Mathews at that cemetery, I will be going back and will be happy to help with other photos. I didn't visit the office but the cemetery is very nicely laid out and, other than old illegible stones, is very easy to visit everyone at the site.
|Rebekah Cessna||Rall co, Mo|
I saw your contribution on the Antioch Baptist Cemetery. Did you actually go there? Do you have relatives there? I'm desperately looking for
(A)Delia Glasscock Boyd. She is w/o Samuel Porter Boyd, d/o George Washington and Minerva Ann Glassock and mother to my great-grandfather, Robert Lee Boyd. She pre-deceased all of these people. Her parents are buried at Antioch and were some of the founders of that church.
I noticed you were in Houston. I'm in Missouri City! Do you think we have any family connections?
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