|Jeanne S (#47373121)|
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|Retired. Avocation: Family History.|
My philosophy is to share, share, share. If I am not related, I am happy to transfer to any family member. I am also happy to provide extensive family history information and any photos I may have on my family.
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|PJAD81||RE: Isaac Kenney|
No problem with that
Added by PJAD81 on Jun 14, 2016 2:57 PM
I cannot take credit for the photo, but did add the epitaph
Added by PJAD81 on Jun 14, 2016 11:05 AM
My 2-G Grandfather, Franklin Warren Wood was brother to Emmaline Wood Lyttle and Lillian Mabel Wood McCoy (shown in photo with her niece). Do you have anything more (than shown on this site) on Emmaline's birth, marriage, death, and cemetery site?
|Bob McLellan||William Garratt|
Jeanne, thank you very much for adding the photos for William.
|David M. Habben||RE: Photo Credit - Colma CA - Mt Olivet|
Please, yes, use them for your family's entries.
|Doug Stapleton||Mary Ann Henderson Park|
Hi Jeanne - I made the changes to the above memorial as you suggested - Thanks!
Have you ever been able to find out where her parents are buried?
|Kari Olson||Elisabeth Miller bio|
Wow , impressive. I enjoyed learning about her. Thanks again.
|Gerald Hanson||Rue graves|
What a interesting chain of events. I was born in Minneota and have many family buried there. Some in the Hope Lutheran Cemetery and the St Pauls Church cemetery. I have transfered them to you and I look forward to the information that you will add. Best to you>>>>>
Gerry and Marion
|Tom Sayre||Percy Williamson|
I am reading (for the second time) "BEFORE BARBED WIRE" - L. A. HUFFMAN, PHOTOGRAPHER ON HORSEBACK by Mark H. Brown and W. R. Felton.
On page 87 and in the Chapter Three "WOOLLIES" is a photograph entitled "Percy Williamson's Ranch. A odd little place tucked away in a sand blow-out on the breaks of the Missouri. August 1904."
Had to look up Percy on Find A Grave and the 1900 census....thank you for you tribute to him....He was quite a man.
Just a note to thank you for your wonderful memorials of the Myers family; George W., Mary Elberta, Mildred Schlosser, Dan, Ephraim and others. As a descendant of G.W. Myers via Alma (G W Myers and Mary Elberta's daughter), I found the information provided very helpful.
When I was a boy, Mildred used to visit our house in upstate NY. A few years ago, I transcribe a long "oral history" that she presented to my father and our family. Thanks again for the memorials,
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