|Billie Jasper (#48331425)|
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I am happy to review SAC (edits) but if you send them I am not notified by findagrave, so please leave me a message that I have an edit and findagrave will send me an e-mail. |
I am happy to share and meet new relatives. I work better behind the scenes. I have found that in trying to help others in one way or another I often help myself later.
My research was done 30 years ago with family bible records, census records, birth & death records, microfiche and surname genealogies. It was coordinated with other genealogists who were my 2nd & 3rd cousins that I knew personally. It was before the internet and e-mail. We corresponded through phone calls sometimes, but mostly letters. I LOVE the new technology.
In the mid 1990s I went to the LDS Salt Lake Library to make corrections (on my ancestors) to the Ancestral File which became FamilySearch. One had to reference the proof for the correction.
Most of the surname genealogies that I have ever seen do not list the burial place.
On My Barrett/Ferguson/Skaggs/Hoffman Line I have many unidentified photos that I would like to compare with other relatives family photos.
On the Jones/Frost/Lindsley/Brett side of my family there a few unidentified photos that I would like to compare with other relatives family photos.
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Hello, My name is Stephen Long and I am researching a part of my family on the Hoffman side. Where I fit in starts with Frances C Hoffman, a child of Jacob Hoffman. Frances had a daughter Ferrie L Hoffman who married Luther Gray and their child was my Paternal Grandmother. You seem to have extensive research on the Hoffman family and I am wondering if you are an Ancestry.com member or any other Ancestry site so I may study your tree. I do respect your privacy and any help will be greatly appreciated as the family info from other members seems to be different from member to member or just copied. Thank you very much. Sincerely, Stephen. ps this is a link to my Ancestry tree which may give you some info you may need. -- http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/71452429/family?cfpid=48439129370&selnode=1
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Charles II|
Thank you for sponsoring my ancestor!
I added the dates as you suggested. Thanks.
|Todd Whitesides||RE: Troutbecks' Burial Places|
There are multiple articles about it in the publications of the Chetham Society, the Historical Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, and in Earwaker's History of the Church and Parish of St. Mary-on-the-Hill, Chester. The structure is now called St. Mary Centre. The monuments to Sir William and Adam with their wives were destroyed during a ceiling collapse in 1660 unfortunately.
|Peggy Frost||Mary Paulk Frost 94785683|
Hi Billie, I'll be happy to add the info you emailed to me to her memorial and will get it on there shortly.
Thanks so much for sending the info - I really appreciate.
I was looking at your profile on Find A Grave and noticed that you mentioned you may have some unidentified photos of some of the Frost line. I do have quite a bit of info, along with photos, of my husband's direct Frost line and would be happy to see if I can help put some names to the photos you have - can't make any promises, but would be glad to give it a shot. You can email them to me at email@example.com
|Barbara Morin||RE: Love Kingsbury cemetery info|
Good Morning, my parents are buried in Plains Cemetery. My husband is the sexton.
|Barbara Morin||RE: Love Kingsbury|
This gravestone had been difficult to locate because a good part of it was in the ground. Most of the gravestones in this old section of the cemetery were removed in the 1950's by well intentioned men so the field could be cleared of overgrowth,etc.
They were placed back in nice neat rows and many had to be placed deeper in the ground due to being broken, etc. There is an effort underway to better record and photograph these old stones so a team is working row by row cleaning, recording inscriptions and photographing with the ultimate goal of making a map for this section of Plains Cemetery. Glad I could be of help to you.
|Kat||Ermengarde of Hesbaye|
Thank you for the sponsorship. I appreciate it.
Added by Kat on May 07, 2015 3:05 AM
What a very kind thing to do, to sponsor Billie Jasper.
Added by Amanda on May 04, 2015 1:26 PM
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