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Catherine Miller Newell (#48025780)
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Transfer Note: If you would like a grave transferred to you, please message me including how you are related to that particular person (you can also use the additional information link under Edit). In your request, please include your contributor ID# and their memorial #. Thanks for your help. (All transfer must fall within F-A-G Guidelines).

Family Note: I am currently looking for a family member. Her name is Betsey/Betty/Bessie Norman Black Osburne. She was born in Fannin County between 1907-1909. If you have information on her, please message me.
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Diddy & Doodle
Rufus and Cynthia
Hello Catherine:

I am going to attempt to transfer the Memorials to you for management and upkeep. The list of relatives that were entered were taken from documents that my husband's ex-wife had gathered. I absolutely want this corrected.

Thank you for your efforts here on Find-A-Grave. I love this Heavenly Realm.

Your friend in TEXAS,

Paula Barnes
Diddy & Doodle
Bling Blinky of TEXAS
Added by Diddy & Doodle on Feb 03, 2015 11:10 AM
Stormy
RE: Basingers of Texas
Sorry for so long in replying! The Basingers of Texas are related on my Hastings line. Check out my Hastings Virtual Cemetery.
Added by Stormy on Jan 18, 2015 2:58 PM
Grave Digger
RE: Paris Sophia Calhoun #137732683
Thanks for the note..Sophia is my nieces daughter. I will delete duplicate memorial. Thanks for your work here on findagrave.
Added by Grave Digger on Jan 15, 2015 7:09 AM
Gwendolyn Ruyle
Herman, Bertha, and Katie Goldman
Hello Catherine,

My name is Gwen. I pulled up Herman, Bertha, and Katie Goldman on Find A Grave. I have been researching Herman's back ground and am able to come up with nothing. Herman is my second great grandfather on my dads side. We know the family comes from Germany however that is about it. I am curious to know how you are attached and I want to know if you have any further information regarding the Goldman Family.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Gwendolyn Goldman Ruyle

Added by Gwendolyn Ruyle on Jan 11, 2015 5:49 PM
Carol Ann Waldrop
Memorial# 105200042
Katherine Schulte's father was Wilhelm Schulte. Fred or Ferdinand Schulte was her brother. Fred and Katherine were orphaned in 1846. Their parents are in the mass grave at Memorial Square. Fred was 9, Katherine, 2. She was taken in by Thomas Stearne and enumerated in his house in 1850-1870. How Fred survived the first years is not known. He joined the Confederacy when the war broke out. He married Anna Wagner after the war. Katherine's application for the United Daughters of the Confederacy exists. She calls Ferdinand her brother in the application. Her death certificate is not correct. Wilhelm and his two children were treated by Dr. Felix Webb in 1846. They are on the list at Indianola, TX.
Added by Carol Ann Waldrop on Jan 03, 2015 3:40 PM
Deb
RE: Emma E. Norman
She is # 138508846 Emma E. Norman Ballentine, South Lawn Memorial Cemetery, Tucson, Pima County
Arizona.

So you can track her:
* 1920 census she's still in Lamasco, Fannin Co, same town as parents.
* 1930 she moved father west to Motley Co
* 1940 she has moved to Pima, Arizona
* 1948 she can be found in Tucson, Arizona city directory
* 1959 she's still in Tucson, Arizona city directory but is widowed.

* MARRIAGE: Miss Emma Norman to W.A. Ballentine, 11 May 1902, Fannin Co, TX (NOTE: sometimes that last name is spelled with only 1 "L" in it ... also note, I have no idea what the "W.A." in his name is for, but on his marker and throughout records, he's seen only as "Mark" ... I'm wondering if whoever transcribed the marriage record mistakenly used a "W" where an "M" should have been)

Hope this helps!

Added by Deb on Dec 31, 2014 2:00 AM
Deb
RE: Emma E. Norman
I have Emma in the 1920, 1930, 1940 census; in the 1948 and 1959 city directory, AND I have her marriage ... which is where her parents lived so I know it has to be her.
Added by Deb on Dec 31, 2014 1:35 AM
Deb
RE: Emma E. Norman
I found her ... and had her memorial pg update to display her maiden name of Norman.

The other sister Bessie/Betsy, I have no earthly idea what became of her. I've been searching all night for her.
Added by Deb on Dec 31, 2014 1:32 AM
Deb
Emma E. Norman
I see on the pg for Joseph James Norman that you were looking for a couple of his daughters - one being Emma .... did you ever find her?
Added by Deb on Dec 30, 2014 9:40 PM
Kelly & Connie Byrd
Henry Sullivan
Thank you for the return of this memorial. I very much appreciate it. Findagrave is great, but sometimes not quite perfect.

Connie
Added by Kelly & Connie Byrd on Nov 17, 2014 9:35 AM
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