|Jerri Eoff Sudderth (#46802678)|
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Our home is in Minneapolis, but we enjoy walking cemeteries in which relatives are buried around the country. Inevitably, I end up by snapping photos of nearby gravesites and listing them on findagrave.com.|
Family names we are researching are EOFF, CROY, SUDDERTH, SIMMONS, AKINS, MCMILLAN, NULL, OREA, ST. GERMAIN, and VEZEAU.
Please send initial corrections or additons through the Edits Tab. Sending them that way makes my finding the listing much easier. Let me know if you are related to the person in the listing and how. Also, if you are suggesting the addition of facts not already in the listing, please provide the source of material.
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|Ivy Log Cemetery Committee||Almedia Brackett Lance|
Thank you very much for the correction. I do not remember if Thomas Brackett was on the memorial when it was transferred to me or if someone sent it to me. I just had not caught it. Mrs. Lance is my g-g-grandmother. Her daughter Minnie was my
great-grandmother. Grandma Minnie was a great influence on my life & my sister's. If you find her parents please let me know. Thank you for all your WORK. Mazie Davenport Gray
|Diana Truan-Weaver||Lancing Lee Truan|
Thank you very much for this transfer.
|Virginia D||James Tobin|
Thank you for the update to his memorial in Old Center Cemetery.
|Wayne Foster||RE: Benjamin Harris|
Thanks for the connections. My wife Nancy Robins Foster descends from Eveline Harris Robins, sister of Benjamin and dau of Edward. She has LOTS of research on this family and many of connecting families from SW Arkansas. Wayne
|Linda Smith||RE: Charles Edgar Croy|
So happy to help. You are most most welcome.
F first information I've ever heard on my great great grandfather thank you so much I knew he was from Minnesota. I know it's him by my great-grandfather William Colborne's guidance Philadelphia rock from thank you so much
No, I don't know any of the Hancock families of Hamilton Co. Tex. Andrew didn't remain there long after his wife died.
Regards the death record of Martha, these records are not considered primary sources.
In the case of Andrew's death record, his parents were left blank.
Added by Merle on Jul 17, 2014 2:56 PM
Just checked and it was you from a few years ago.
I think it was you who pointed me to the 1860 Fannin Co. census.
I am Caster related. I knew some of his grandchildren.
Added by Merle on Jul 17, 2014 7:56 AM
Jerri, are you the same person I use to correspond with on this Hancock family?
Can't remember who it was.
My source was from this lady and the 1860 Fannin Co. Tex. census which list wife of William as Sarah.
Is it possible that she was Sarah Jane?
Added by Merle on Jul 17, 2014 7:54 AM
|Frank L. Cain||Rossannee Clark Phelps|
Her Parents was David Clark and Rachel Moore
she was born about 14 May 1753 In CN.
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