|Steve Thomas (#47219248)|
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I am a retired federal employee who took up researching my ancestoral roots just a few years ago upon the passing of my sister who had done so much work on our family history.|
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|Judy Rodgers||RE: Kinnion James New|
All I know is this - I went to the cemetery, saw the headstone, photographed it & posted info. I can only assume that he is buried under the stone. The folks could have changed their minds after the DC was written - I don't really know. Sorry I can't be any more help.
|PAMELA BAKER||William Theodore Terry|
I am trying to find where William Theodore Terry (1831-1895) is buried. Can you tell me? His wife was Louise Jane Lamkin. Thanks so much. pam
|Don Perryman||Ann Wells Teachey (1719-96) Mem. #46086048|
First, thanks for your research for Findagrave. We are descended from this woman through her daughter, Catherine. The question is, how do you know her maiden name? Various people have her married into the Wells or the Giessebel families, both of whom had daughters of the right age named Ann. Thanks.
Mr. Thomas: On the memorial of Celia R. West (#18023174) buried in Cleafork Cemetery, you left flowers and a statement "My 3rd cousin, 1x removed."
I am working on my Joseph Barnett family and am wonering if you could tell me who Celia's parents are since she is not linked to anyone.
I would really appreciate any help in identifying this young lady.
|Edward Rowe||RE: Joseph New|
My sister and I had a great time finding the cemetery when others had reported problems. We had to walk a half mile from a locked gate (oil co property, not an individual) and barely recognized it from the undergrowth around the cemetery. Had to put on my "rattlesnake-proof" boots just to brave going into the brush to get the pictures. There are still 2 more there, so we may go back again for another look.
|beverly platt||Nancy Cullins Hughes|
Nancy is my 3rd gr Aunt. My 3rd Gr Grandmother, Jane Cullins Beaton Hudson, was Nancy's sister. She married Marmaduke Beaton and had a child Esther Beaton (my 2nd gr grandmother). Esther married Joe J Eubanks. They had 1 child, Mary Eubanks (my gr grandmother). Esther died in childbirth having Mary. Mary Eubanks married Lemuel Frank Fuqua and they had 1 child, Mary Helon Fuqua (my grandmother). Mary also died in childbirth having my grandmother. Grandma married George Lee Bird in Caldwell and they had 2 girls, Nancy Bird and my mother, Mary Aillene Bird.a Nancy and my grandfather Bird both died when my mother was a child, leaving only her and my grandmother. I grew up not knowing Any of my mothers family so I am anxious to find anything about them. If you have any info on Jane Cullins, I would be grateful.
Thanks, Beverly firstname.lastname@example.org
|John Hearn||Thomas Mann Arrington, III|
I left a photo of Tom Arrington, who is my father-in-law whom I never got to meet. -- J. Hearn
|Suzanne Bailey-Monroe||William Smith|
Hi, you have a William Smith in your memorials. He is buried at Indian Creek in Brown county. He is possibly a relative of mine. From what I am gathering, his grandmother is possibly Paulina Miller, she was my ggg grandmother. She is also buried at Indian Creek. I believe William's mother was Julia Miller, she was my gg granmother, Amanda's sister, Julia married Benjamin Smith. At least that's what the very very old paper says that Paulina wrote down. Are you related to him by any chance? If I am correct, then he would be my 1st cousin 3x's removed. Anyway, just wondering if I stumbled on to a relative :)
Suzanne Bailey Monroe
|Lloyd Robinson||RE: Harkey Photo|
Your welcome. I recognized the name when I saw it, however, I didn't know his name was Daniel.
I grew up in Carlsbad and read Dee's book a very long time ago. I intend to reread it soon, the library has a copy (of course!).
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