|Madel Lancaster (#46823346)|
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| My name is Madel, Del for short. I have been researching my families history since 1979, right after graduating high school. I am researching both of my parents families, and have an extensive file on each side.|
In my spare time, when I'm not going through cemeteries or courthouse records, I spend time with my three girls, Gizmo, Gadget and Oddball, (They're Cats!), plus I have a gerbil, and five nieces and nephews who I enjoy spending time with.
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|janicet||Elizabeth Betty Zane McLaughlin|
Checking to see if you received my notes and bio about Betty Zane? Can I help? I am working to document the Women of the American Revolution and she played a significant part. Thank you for creating this memorial. Regards, Janice
Added by janicet on Feb 26, 2013 4:31 PM
|Jim McConnell||Woods Family|
I'm looking for some info on the Woods family of Belmont County that might link into my Hazlett and Taggart families. I saw that you set up memorials for some Woods gravestones on Find A Grave. Are you any relation?
I've got a 1911 letter from a Fannie Woods dated 30 Jun 1911 to my Grandfather Isaac Hazlett Taggart.
Any help you can give would be appreciated.
Find A Grave# 47220733
|Betty Pickett||Lancasters in Wetzel County|
I am looking for living Lancasters in Wetzel County that are related to John Lancaster born 1785 and died between 1880/1900 in Wetzel County. He was married first to Ellen and later to Cassander. I don't know where he is buried.