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Explain your relationship in the request! No you don't have to be a direct relative to get the transfer but I'd like to know why. If you send me a lot to add to a memorial you may get the memorial!
Bulk surname requests will most likely not even get a reply.
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Also, Theresa married Edward Ricard in 1845, according to Archdiocese records. I was wondering when she married William Agar. It is interesting William and Theresa named their first child after George Price. My ancestors, Martin Crane and Anastasia Price also named their son after George Price: that was George Price Crane. I understand that was the Irish custom, to name the first children after the mother's parents. The Prices were Irish. I do not know how much time they spent in Kentucky, but originally they came from Co. Cork, so we have been told.
Theresa was sister to Anastasia, Ellen, Katherine and George Price. Their father, George Price lived in Kentucky for some time, not sure when. Anastasia married my ancestor, Martin Crane. Theresa's mother was Mary Price who died in 1858 or 1859. I am looking into the Price family and Cranes in the antebellum years.
|Natalie Woodall||RE: Henry E. and Bertha Savage Agar|
Thanks for such a swift reply. I thought it was worth a try. Natalie J. Woodall
|Natalie Woodall||Henry E. and Bertha Savage Agar|
Dear Mr. Agar: I am researching William Henry Kenyon whose wife Anna Savage was first married to Charles Agar, reputedly the brother of Henry Ellsworth Agar who married Anna's sister Bertha. Would you happen to have a picture of Charles and Anna? If so, would you permit me to use it for my book on the 110th Regiment NYSV, of which Kenyon was a member? I will be most grateful and you may be sure I will give you a photo credit if the picture is included. Many thanks for any information you may be able to provide. Best regards, Natalie J. Woodall, PhD
|sandi lewis - malburg||RE: Mira Agar|
The Ager family are up, my friend Jan had most of them already up. Please post your photos
|sandi lewis - malburg||RE: Mira Agar|
I would be happy to add them for you. It is really quite easy to add someone. Sandi
|Brett Rutherford||Lester J. Scott|
Edna E. (Soulby) Scott married Charles James Agar Aug 26, 1919 in Genesee Michigan. Her son Lester J. Scott was living with Charles and Edna in the 1930 census. After Charles died Edna lived with her father Elmer Soulby (1940 census of Flint). It looks like Lester J. Scott was living in Mount Pleasant at the Mt. Pleasant State Home and Training School (1940 Census). There is a chance this is another Lester J. Scott, but this Lester J. was 25 with a grade two education suggesting a mental challenge of some sort.
I'm related to Victoria Hyatt (2nd cousin 3x removed) but was just curious about the second wife Edna and her son Lester and did some digging and found this information that I thought might interest you. Perhaps you know all of this already.
|Mary D||John Funkhouser|
You provided some additional information about John Funkhouser and added a photo to his memorial. Are you, by any chance, related to him in some way. If so, would you be interested in corresponding with an 80 year old woman named Ethel Newberry, or do you already know her? She wrote to me because of the memorial that I created and John was apparently her half-brother. She never knew what happened to him. If you are related and have more information about him, I'm sure she would be interested.
If could let me know one way or the other, I'd appreciate it.
Thanks and have a great day.
Added by Mary D on Mar 09, 2014 10:40 AM
|Barb LaJoie||Robert Agar|
you said he died on his birthday. What birthday? How old was he?
Sorry I'm not related to the Rev or his wife. I just picked up some memorials from a friend that is not longer with us and I try to take good care of the memorials she entered. Bob
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