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My apologies to all who have submitted updates in the last 6 weeks or so. I've been snowed under and haven't wanted to do the updates; the MOMENT I do, I'll be sucked back into genealogy, which I LOVE and miss but cannot be drawn back into just now. Thank you for your patience! - Christine (9/12/13)|
"Infinity, like eternity, is the true and actual termination point of the family tree."
In addition to our family trees on Ancestry dot com, I'm attempting to make sense of my husband's families at the website listed here and my blog: www.socialhistory101.info
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|Nancy Gibson Lowe||Rachel Hoopes Thom|
I'm confused. Rachel has a memorial with gravestone photos in Forest Friends Meeting Cemetery, Forest Hill, Harford Co., Md. Your memorial has more information but the other has actual photos. Please check this out. Thanks.
~ Nancy Lowe
|D. Delzell||Brooke Family|
Can you send me an e-mail. I have a bunch of Brooke family questions.
|Jo Bengtson Sivley||Owen is your maiden name?|
Of NY? NJ?NE? ILL?
|Anonymous||RE: Laura Elizabeth (YERENTON) (JACOBS) (MOULTON)|
Thank you for your prompt reply. Is "YERENTON" inscribed on the gravestone?
|Anonymous||Laura Elizabeth (YERENTON) (JACOBS) (MOULTON)|
I was not able to zoom in on the gravestone picture to read the inscription. Have you recorded an exact reading?
|Jo Bengtson Sivley||U r welcome!|
|Kathy Burr||Sophia Rettenmayer|
thanks so much for the confirmation of her marriage to Joseph - times were sure tough back then - lots of brave and gutsy women!!! :) k
|Patricia (Rickerl) Reed||RE: Roxanna Harris|
No but I'd love to have them!
|Patricia (Rickerl) Reed||Roxanna Harris|
Yes, I'd love to have a digital image of Mrs. Snow's book. If it isn't too much trouble could you please also give me images of the cover page, and copyright page if it exists? If not, any information you can give me regarding date and place of where it was written and where it is archived. I've undertaken to research all the 1300 people buried in Tyringham Cemetery for the town historical commission. I'm creating a set of books for their town archives, and will turn that into a web archive that can be distributed on dvd.
Mark Wing and Annette Tucker created most of the memorials in Tyringham Cemetery, but I now have management of most of them and am slowly fleshing them out with the results of my research. I inserted the links you have seen. The formula is this:
a href="http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid= 101574338">Henrietta Sophia Cargill
in which "101574338" is the memorial number and "Henrietta Sophia Cargill" is the name as you want it to appear in the link.
|Jim Ferris||Thank You|
Thx for the Manning transfer, very kind of you.
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