|Rheba Dec REDUS Currier (#47025761)|
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|I am an avid genealogist with especial interest on the names REDUS, RANDALL, WARD,WEST, BONHAM, Goodwin, RISNER, Cotter, Currier, Hoos. Keep detailed history of all individuals. Love "Find A Grave" as I've traveled many miles to get gravestone pictures! |
Delight in finding an "old-ones stone" or records, thanks to internet.
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I am a Cotter descendant and would love to share info.
Added by Stacey D on Dec 05, 2013 1:20 PM
|L .L. Farrens||RE: Tom Maypole|
Tom Maypole was married to my great grandmothers sister. I do have a little information about him. I just saw your message and my email is email@example.com.
Tom Maypole was married to Alice Southard in 1883. They lived in Oklahoma from 1900 to 1947 where he died They had Idella, Walter, Mary, Alice and Sarah.
|Cris Brown||RE: Photo of Violet's second husband|
Hi, I want to thank you very much for your reply to my request. It was a long shot, and we just can't seem to find any photos of him. I am sorry for your loss and to have made you recall, what must be, painful memories. I appreciate your reply and wish you the very best of everything! Cris Brown
|Cris Brown||Photo of Violet's second husband|
Would any of the Risners have a photo of George Flint Howard, second husband of Pearlie Violet Risner from Breathitt County originally-- he's my first cousin, 1x removed. I'd also like a photo of Violet's son Dale Graham too if you had it for my genealogy project. Thank you for consideration of my request. Cris Brown
|Dennis Simpson||Sarah Chaffin|
Hello Cousin, I noted you have Sarah's maiden name as Chaffin, this has been updated years ago to Chalfant. Daughter of William Chalfant and Esther Baker.
|Virginia Brown||Sallie Cotter|
I believe her maiden name was Dawson according to the names of two brothers in her obit.
Two brothers, Cooper Dawson of Anderson, Mo., and Lofan Dawson of Sunnymead, Calif.
|Sharon Risner||RE: can't make contact!|
The address I have on find a grave is correct. I don't know why you cannot reach me. I will post for you.
firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
My mailing address is
Parma, Michigan 49269
Hope this helps.
|KE Tuttle||RE: Fraternal Emblems|
Free Graphics...also, I was a member of IORG/OES, as was my mother, mother-in-law, grand-mother-in-law...Mother is Amaranth and White Shrine. Most of the men in our family are Masonic.
When I find someone Masonic on a memorial, I post the graphic in honor of their membership and that of my dads/granddads etc.
(Amaranth is from their public website. It is just for the ones with such on their headstones.)
If you would rather these be removed, I will do so. There were times in history or in certain places that these were not vell accepter or displayed....and we honor that too.
|KE Tuttle||Lillie Arlene West Wethered|
Thank you for the suggestion as to Lillie's maiden name. Do you have more information or links to add? Are you related or would you like me to transfer this memorial to you? I am not connected, although I have a few Wests in our family lines.
Cassie May West Williams (B 1905) daughter of Lee West (circa 1872 MI) of Oklahoma was my mother-in-law's mother; Belva West Watson (b 1894) of Colorado and Northern California, daughter of WA West of MO, was my uncle's mother; and also of Colorado, Anita West's (d 2011) daughter, Robin Lynn (b 1957) married my cousin Mike Sharp and they had our 'little cousin' Jeremy James.
William C West (1832 NY - 1865 ) married my great great aunt, Emelissa Tuttle (1834 NY) daughter of Truman Tuttle (b 1789) of VT/WI.
Are these any of the ones you are researching?
|Charline Ryan||RE: Martrin Cemetery|
Sorry to have bad news. I talked to Mr. Nobles, whose family owned the land at one time. It is now timber land owned by Weyerhouser Co., there are no roads any where near where the cemetery is/was. Mr. Nobles said when he saw the cemetery 40 years or more ago, it was in bad shape then and now most likely is gone, said you would have to cut your way into where it was and would have to know where that was in order to find it. Way back in the woods, then. So sorry!!
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