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We have met many wonderful people through FAG. Unfortunately, there have been a number of individuals who have been rude, who have not understood that we are volunteers, who have been otherwise abusive or who have been frankly bizarre and/or threatening. To that end, we will follow the FAG guidelines. It is about the hunt, not the numbers. But dealing with some of the FAG members and interlopers, we have learned to follow the guidelines.
Our family names/linages include:
ADAMS, BEHEN, BELL, BENNETTS, BICKERTON, BLYTHE, BULLOCK, BUTLER, CALLISON, CHAMNESS [CHAMLESS], COLEMAN, COCKRELL, CORDER, COONTZ, CROSS, DAVIS, DAY, DOUGHERTY, DUDLEY, DUNLIN, DUNN, FEASTER, FEHAN, GENTRY, GROSE, HENINGER, HUNGERFORD, JOHNSON, LAWRIE, LEMMONS, LORD, MARSHALL, MAXEY [MAXCY], MCCOWN, MONTGOMERY, MURRAY, NEEHAN, OVERTON, PRESLEY, RUTHVEN, SMOOT, SPLAWN, STANSBURY, [TATHAM, TATEM, TATUM], TAYLOR, TERRELL, THURMAN, TIPTON, WARD, WATERS, WEBSTER, WEINWRIGHT, VOTAW, WINSTON, WOOD, YOUNG AND ETC. THIS IS THE SHORT LIST.
We have been working on family genealogy for about 40 years. We have a great number of documents that were passed down the family lines.
Both of us have formal training in advanced, graduate level research.
"There is a land of the living and a land of the dead and the bridge is love, the only survival, the only meaning."
¯ Thornton Wilder, The Bridge of San Luis Rey
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|Bonnie Shirley Amery||Memorial# 61352458 Kate (Powers) Rice|
Cathy & Thomas,
Today I shared a photo of Kate on her memorial. Please add that her occupation was a photographer. Perhaps the wonderful photo is her artistic work.
Thank you for your contributions.
Bonnie Shirley Amery
|Phyllis Fleming||Photo added|
Cathy and Thomas, I added a photo of my dad, James LeRoy DeLacretaz. I hope that is ok.
|Lily Virdell||Smoot name change|
Dear Cathy & Thomas, I am researching my Smoot relatives in Daviess County, Indiana and would like to link them to Bruce Smoot but need to know how his name went from William H.H.Smoot to Bruce Smoot. He is found in the Apr.30,1910 Census Veale Township, Daviess Co.,Ind. with his step-father Andrew J. Allen (age 81) as Head of Household, his mother Phoebe Ann (Smith) Smoot Allen (age 65) himself (age 26) his wife Flossie B. Smoot (age 20) listed as step-daughter-in-law and his dau. Lorene B. Smoot age 5 months listed as step-granddau-in-law. William H.H. Smoot's father was Wm.H.H. Smoot (1836-1883) who passed away shortly after "Bruce" was born. Do you know anything about the name change. His, Bruce Smoot memorial#49076627 buried in Memorial Park Cem. Oklahoma City, OK Co. OK. created by Cathy&Thomas
Thanks for any info you have. Lily
|josephus14||RE: Barbara Parker|
Thank you. It came from Moore's Jacksonville Funeral Home. Is that adequate? If not I will write something else up. Thanks again for keeping me out of trouble. Joe
|deanna french||Noble Co. Photo Wm.T.Fry|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am presently working on a project to identify the last resting place of many of our "old soldiers" that had ties to Vt. Wm. T Fry is one such patriot. May I use the photo that you contributed to his Find A Grave Memorial, to post on the Vt. C.W. site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You would receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|ranny||Rebacca Ann Rogers O'Quinn|
Thanks for all the updates!
Randy O'Guin, ranny Find A Grave 47208269
(Part of my One Name Study of the O'Guins/O'Quins)
Added by ranny on Aug 13, 2016 5:30 AM
|Cindy Callahan||RE: James William Bell's wife|
I have Laura Daugherty born 12/25/1810 in Scott Co., KY. She died 1/1/1893 in Sidney, Ralls County. Do you have the published book by A.Louise Shelton on Greenwell-Little-Donnally-Hardy and Allied Families of Maryland, Kentucky and Missouri? The Bell family is covered in the book.
|Cindy Callahan||RE: Homer & Alice Bell|
You may use any pics and info I post. Joy Bell is my mother-in- law and she lives with us. I have info on the Bell family who moved to St. Louis from Monroe City. Would be happy to share our Bell side of the family.
|John Russell Pierson||RE: Charles Terhune headstone|
So do you think the the oakland knowles is wrong?
|Barbara ||Permission Request|
I am writing a book on the history of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Oklahoma to support our new state regent's educational project. I would like permission to use the image of the DAR marker on the gravestone of Mary Elizabeth Barnes who died in 1908 and is buried in Guthrie. Thank you very much.
Barbara McClanahan, EdD
Added by Barbara on Jul 24, 2016 2:32 PM
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