|Marshall Lloyd (#47128715)|
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A researcher and Latin teacher from Tappahannock, Va. His own grandparental lines are Lloyd (Meaford, Ont), Navarre (Toledo, OH and Detroit, MI), Chipman (New England, esp. Poland, ME), and Pardington (anywhere, but mostly Detroit, and Cheltenham & Winchcombe England). My wife's lines include Kendall, Crane, Ten Broeck, and Cowen. My specialty tends to be the French families of Detroit.|
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|Ralph Hammond-Green||Glad to make the transfer|
Would appreciate it if you could keep me up to date with the corrections.
|Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey||check out #140112400|
I've done some photography in Historic Woodlawn. This is a Lloyd i added and I notice there are quite a few. let me know if you want him transferred.
|Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey||Scotts on their way to you|
I am always glad when they are with family.
|Dalene ||Paul Isaias and Modeste|
Thanks Marshall. I added it. I should have done it a long time ago, when it was turned over to me. Rosa was my great grandmother. Paul Isaias and Modeste were my great great grandparents. Are you related to this line? Thanks again for suggesting the update. Dalene
Added by Dalene on May 16, 2016 5:29 PM
|Scott G||Ygnacio del Valle|
Ygnacio R. del Valle (1870-1930) was not a grandson. His death certificate on 02/26/1930 clearly lists his parents as Ygnacio R. del Valle and Ysabel Varela. I found the Ygnacio born in 1859, and have added his memorial# 161885591
Added by Scott G on May 02, 2016 7:43 AM
Mr. Lloyd, in the listing for Sarah Mullen, died 1873, buried Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio, you state that she died of cholera and attach what appears to be a death record which lists that as her cause of death. She died in Covington and I am trying to compile a list of people who died in Covington in the 1873 epidemic. So my question is, where did you get the (looks like a card) item that states the cause of death?
Regards, Arnold Taylor
|brown3oaks||Brown and Fletcher records|
Thank you for creating records for John Milton Brown, Benjamin Mickle Brown and M Abby Fletcher. John was my great grandfather, Abby was his sister-in-law and Benjamin was his son, my grandfather. I have been having great difficulty finding other records for the Brown and Fletcher families. John's wife Cordelia Jane was born in Northfield, Maine and died in Cleveland in 1925 (I have her death certificate). It lists her parents as Nathan and Elizabeth Kates Fletcher, but I believe her mother was Louisa based on Census records. I found "Cates" cemetery in Northfield but can't find birth cert. I believe Nathan is buried in Minneapolis, MN near where the family lived in 1857-1860 (MN & US Census). Any help you could provide would be appreciated.
|Lisa Clark Winkleman||RE: Mary Frances|
Sorry for all the confusion. Fannie Dabney was my great grandmother's sister. Her name was Nancy Elizabeth Shaw or Nannie as the family knew her. I have more on this line if you are interested or I can give you my ggrandmother's number on here to connect them if you would like.
|Lisa Clark Winkleman||Fannie Dabney|
I believe this is my great grandmother's sister. I wanted to see if you are related to her. Thanks so much,
|Duke Fuller||RE: Suggestion for A Davis|
Great! Thank you for the clarification and additions. Duke
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