|F Mc (#46853696)|
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I have worked on genealogy for a number of years. My family interests are Merritt, Seevers, Hadley, Villars, Thompson, Hare, Snavely, Barcus, McLaughlin, Pugh, Arnold & Wilson.|
I am happy to transfer anything that is not my family. As long as it is within the Find a Grave guide lines. The more information that can be added to a grave, the better. I am more than happy to add information to memorials. If there is a photo that I have taken and you want to use it on your personal Ancestry feel free to use it. You do not have to ask permission.
If anyone knows of someone that is buried at the Grand View Cemetery in Rural Neodesha, Wilson Co., Kansas that does not have a memorial on Find a Grave would you please let me know the name and death date so we can add them to our register. Part of the register was lost and we are trying to recreate it. Thank you.
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|Virgie Perrin||More FYI on Rachel Key|
Rachel was married2 times. This is her first marriage.
She married John Spencer 20 Nov, 1827.
Her name should be Rachel Key-Spencer Bryant,
This was posted by someone else.
Rachel Key and John Spencer
Franklin Co. VA Marriage Bond
Posted 16 Aug 2015 by drbarbarabeall
Marriage Bonds of Franklin County Virginia 1786-1858
page 214Spencer, John and RachaelKey,Nov. 20, 1827. Sur. Wesley Keys. 48.
|Virgie Perrin||Rachel Bryant|
Rachel's last name was Key, not Keys. Her parents were William Wesley Key and Susannah Akers.
Thanks so much,
|Virgie Perrin||FAG #64227931|
Rachel Spence's maiden name was Key. She was born in Franklin Co, VIrginia. She was the wife of David Bryant and the mother of Sarah Elizabeth Bryant-Spence.
|Gary Biggs||Photo on Memorial #28686397|
Hi F Mc,
It's been almost five years since you placed a photo of a marker on my third great grandfather Hudson Harrison's grave in Wellsville, KS; however, I'm hoping you might remember what I'm abt to ask. There are two photos of different markers for Hudson. One is very large and appears relatively new, while the photo you took is of a much smaller and older marker. Do you remember whether the two stones were in proximity to one another? Thanks for your help. Gary Biggs
|Pam Fry||Sharp family in Paola Kans cem.|
Looking for burial place of Arch Sharp, husband to Dorthy Sharp. Father to Roy Warren Sharp buried in Paola Cem. He may have been cremated and buried with his family there.
Added by Pam Fry on Sep 26, 2014 12:40 PM