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Born and raised in Dallas, Texas. Lived most of my life there. Then relocated, first to Decatur, IL and then to Hillsboro, IL. |
Have been involved in genealogy for many years. I guess I was following in my grandfather's footsteps. Now that I am retired it has become my passion.
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|Donna Gaddie||Robert Collins Sr|
We are off Captain Robert Collins ( 1781-1816) their son. He my 4x grandfather.
|Donna Gaddie||Robert Collins Sr|
Could you transfer Robert Collins Sr (43048450) and his wife Mildred "Milly" Collins (43049116) to me. They are my 5 x grandparents.
You transferred others to me in past which I greatly appreciate. I couldn't remember if you were related to these. Thanks for considering the transfer.
|James Blodgett||RE: Elisha and Sarah Ray|
Your are very welcome! It was the second time I attempted to use the flour trick on a set of gravestones since they were quite dark.
|Rachel Lewellen||Getting back into genealogy|
I just left a note to see if you were still active.
Then I found this when it popped up.
So If I saw this correctly,---You also was born in Dallas??? then move on to other places in this country....as That is what happened to me in life. I was raised in Dallas, Married and moved to Richmond Ca(San Francisco Bay Area) until at age 69 moved to Fallon NV (60 miles east of Reno, NV)
I would like to send you an invite to see my history and perhaps see you a bit better as I know little about you except your Grandmother was Kitty McKnight....
|Rachel Lewellen||RE: Oza Collins McKnight|
Lady, are you still around and working on Genealogy? My contact effeort is way behind, but I AM BACK LOOKING AND GETTING CAUGHT.
Let me know if you are still actively involved in Email. Thank you for the past and hopeffull for the future.Great,Great, Great, Granddaughter of Oza Collins Mcknight. I think I got the right amount of GREATS in this. Rachel Lewellen
|SarahATX||RE: duplicate memorial Sarah Palmer|
Sorry, that was my bad. The duplicate is #
102815633. Thanks for the prompt reply.
Added by SarahATX on Mar 14, 2015 5:33 PM
|SarahATX||duplicate memorial Sarah Palmer|
Hi, Sarah Kitty Ogden Palmer is interred at the Texas State Cemetery and is memorialized on 104005068. The memorial set up at Austin State Hospital should be deleted as a duplicate.
The cemetery names are very similar, but online records confirm the State Cemetery is the correct location. The State cemetery was used for residents of the confederate home. Thanks for your efforts.
Added by SarahATX on Mar 14, 2015 11:37 AM
|Connie Clark||RE: Connie Clark|
You are very welcome! Wayne went out yesterday so he really gets the credit 😬 Best Wishes, Wayne and Connie
|Laurie Kearney||Charles Paris Armfield # 42111535|
I have been researching this family on and off for a while now. Much of my initial information came from my mother-in-law and my grandmother-in-law. In the early 1950's they were living in Oregon, when they met an Armfield family at a Job's Daughters ceremony. (My aunt-in law Dana Lou Bateman (1936-1986) and Gail Edith Armfield (1936-2013) were being inducted into this organization.) The families got chatting and discovered Gail's granddad Elmer was brother to Dana's great-granddad, Charles Paris. My mother in law (who was about 10 at the time) remembers they were informed they had "just missed him"...which led her to believe (later in life) Charles had recently died....and I have always had "died abt 1953 in OR" on my family file....which has gone viral.....and now that information is everywhere!.....on other family files, on findagrave, and even in the Armfield family newsletter.
Seeing as Elmer died in 1949....i believe that is who they "just missed"
Charles is enumerated in the 1920 census in MT....and that is the last time he appears in records (OK ancestry has in in local phonebooks up to about 1923)....so it is more safe to say he died between 1923 and 1930 in MT
And the "Red" nickname was apparently because he had red hair (this information also came from this 1953ish meeting)
Thanks! I'm just hopping to correct my error!
I would like to pick up your photo request but Sparkman Hillcrest (SH) will not provide burial locations to volunteers, citing privacy issues. Your cooperation is needed in order for requests to be filled. The volunteers will need you to call SH and request the location. Their phone number is 214-363-5401. Once you have the location, please add it to your request. Thanks.
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