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|Drew McKerlie||RE: James Rose|
I just finished sending edits for the known family of James. 2 spouses and 6 children linked YAY!
|Drew McKerlie||RE: James Rose|
The dates match those on Ancestry but that's not enough proof as there are always people who just guess with hints. If it is him he would be my 4th grand uncle both his father and grandfather being UEL's
|Drew McKerlie||RE: Different David Rea|
Ah ok, thought that might b the case so thought I'd check. I think her first husband is http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=29117260 but I'm waiting on my cousin a Bowley to verify as he's worked with the UE part of the family and I'm just starting it
|Drew McKerlie||Belsyde Cemetery|
looks to be a David Rea in the cemetery according to OCFA in section A, was wondering if you have any idea what that might refer to if maybe its Martha's second husband. I am waiting for confirmation on her first James Rose
Just wanted to tell you how much all the work that you have done means to me!
Thankyou for correcting the errors on the Gummersons memorials. Very much appreciated.
|Cara,Tony or TXS||Don't know how I screwed that up|
I'll de-link the parents.
I was wondering if you would like to have my St Antony Cemetery memorials transfered over to you? I managed to photograph and post most of them, and I do enjoy reading your work with those Wellington County settlers.
|High Plains||George & Dorothy Gooding|
Have transferred their memorials to you.
There was a photo which was pretty much unreadable but knowing her name, now I can make out the name of Mina Gooding, wife of George.
High Plains :)
|High Plains||RE: Geo. Gooding|
Thank you SO much! No wonder it was confusing seeing as how he shaved a number of years off his age AND was married so many times.
Is he related to you? If you would like to manage his memorial I would transfer.
High Plains :)
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