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Martha Woody (#47314395)
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I am a retired teacher who enjoys genealogy. I live in Portland, Texas.
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Raschel Brown Sadler
Moran Family
Thank you so much for your photography! I have been wanting to get this done for some time. I'ts wonderful that you were able to get these. Thank you! Raschel
Added by Raschel Brown Sadler on Mar 25, 2016 9:41 AM
Martha Fontaine Byrum
RE: Randolp M. Kabrich
Terrific!

Thanks,
Martha
Added by Martha Fontaine Byrum on Mar 30, 2015 6:46 AM
Martha Fontaine Byrum
Randolp M. Kabrich
Hi, Martha:

Did your grandfather serve in the military? We are doing a patriotic themed homecoming this year and am looking for photos of our members in their uniforms.

Thanks,
Martha Fontaine Patterson
WPC Historian
Added by Martha Fontaine Byrum on Mar 25, 2015 10:08 AM
Charles B. Tobler
RE: Charles Tothill
Martha, I lived in Portland and worked for Coastal in purchasing. I bought drilling and production equipment and had daily contact with Charles. He put his livelihood on the line and stood for his principles, even against Oscar Wyatt. He really was a nice, caring Christian. Besides, I really liked his first name.
Charles B. Tobler
Added by Charles B. Tobler on Jan 19, 2015 7:49 PM
Martha Fontaine Byrum
RE: Mattie Preston Kabrich
Your very welcome. I'm the historian at the Wytheville Presbyterian Church also and am interested in any photos of when your grandmother played the organ/piano at the church to put into our history room.
Martha Fontaine Patterson
Added by Martha Fontaine Byrum on Dec 28, 2014 9:43 PM
Marcell V.
Williams Family
I'm trying to find my Williams ancestors and have run into a problem. Here is what I know starting with my grandfather; Jordan Gillison Williams b. 1839, he had 3 wives, my grandmother was Belle Williams. Jesse Lewis Williams b. 1794, his wife was Nancy Caldwell. Jesse's father was James Williams b. 1774, his wife was Nancy West. I found something on line that said his parents were Jenkins Williams and Uriah Marks, but I find no other records showing that to be true. I welcome any help you may offer. Thanks Marcell. My email is peb345@hotmail.com. If we are related, I'd love to give you any info I have that you don't.
Added by Marcell V. on Jan 06, 2014 4:15 PM
Robin Kabrich
RE: Isaiah Randolph Kabrich
Thanks so much for the information! My line is:

Isaiah Kabrich
Joseph Edward Kabrich
Robert Harris Kabrich
Robin Diane Kabrich

My grandfather was nearly 60 when my dad was born, so Isaiah was my great grandfather. I have been trying to wrap my head around the fact that so many of my line lived in the 1800's. It's kind of weird!

I'm glad to "meet" you. I put some information on Genealogy Bank - I think Ancestry is the parent. I have some information that I can't quite put my hands on right now. It's in a box from a move that I haven't finished unpacking from (the "movers" left a mess). Anyway, I look forward to further sharing with you!
Added by Robin Kabrich on May 05, 2013 10:10 PM
Robin Kabrich
Isaiah Randolph Kabrich
I saw a note you left on the memorial for this man, saying that he was your great-great grandfather (and that there was a spelling error on the tombstone). I have always seen it written with the traditional spelling of Isaiah. And, he was my GREAT-grandfather. My grandfather was Isaiah's son, J. Edward Kabrich. I was wondering where your connection to Isaiah comes in - I guess we might be cousins of some sort!
Added by Robin Kabrich on Apr 27, 2013 10:04 PM
Oz
RE: Thanks
That was nice of you to express yourself like that, much appreciated
It is always nice to know that someone appreciates all the work that the members, including you, put into making these memorials..
It's nice to be part of this group, so many nice people.
Keep on graving
Added by Oz on Jul 14, 2012 5:49 AM
Oz
RE: Thank you
You are so welcome
Added by Oz on Jul 16, 2011 11:18 AM
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