|Linda Madsen O'Driscoll (#47319385)|
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Love to spend time with my Husband finding heastones and discovering the past. Our kids love to help us at times.|
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|Andersen-son||Christian Miller Andersen|
Thank you for maintaining this. I am a descendant of Christian. We don't know much about our family and research has not been very productive.
|Marily Smith||Thank you!|
I just wanted to say thank you for your work. I now have a photo of my grandma Nancy Skousen's headstone in Ogden because of you. I never met my grandmother as she passed away when my mother was one year old. I appreciate what you have done.
|Kd||NEED help FINDING: William Charles White 1820-1877 N.Ogden|
NEED help FINDING:
William Charles White 1820-1877 N.Ogden
I cannot find information on a relative and hope you can help:
William Charles White
16 January 1820
Easton, Winchester, Hampshire, England
20 July 1877
North Ogden, Weber, Utah, United States
I find his wife's information just fine:
13 January 1824
Bursledon, Hound, Hampshire, England
2 November 1921
Lewiston, Cache, Utah, United States
and 2 daughters in UTAH:
Mary Ann ( Kate) White
11 March 1850
Winchester, Hampshire, England
26 March 1913
Thayne, Lincoln, Wyoming, United States
Emily Jane White
16 February 1852
Winchester, Hampshire, England
1 Jun 1925
Lewiston, Cache, Utah
I am hoping you can refer me to someone who might help. Thanks Kath
Added by Kd on Oct 22, 2015 12:21 PM
|Rick ||Request to use photo in Ancestry|
May I please use your photo for Jane Ferguson 11639286 on my Ancestry.com page? Thanks.
Added by Rick on Oct 21, 2015 2:25 PM
|Paula Lloyd||Susie May Quibell|
Thank you so much for the transfer!
|Don Calhoun||Charles Lee Peterson|
I saw your Happy Birthday flowers you left on
Charles Lee Peterson's memorial. Well, I left a stone photo on his, and wifes Glenda memorials. Guess we're about done with these folks! Like your Bio photo, you look so mellow.
|Mary K. Smith||Elizabeth Allred Horner photo|
Regardless of her dress and hair style I accept this as a photo Of Elizabeth Allred Horner.She was my 5th ggm. I believe this is a photo of a painting.
|Anne Kelleher||PS to my previous message|
Also, as one other person has commented already, Elizabeth Allred Horner's dates pre-date the use of photography by quite a few years. Again, it's a wonderful photo so I hope the subject can be identified.
|Anne Kelleher||Photo of Elizabeth Allred Horner|
I don't believe this could be a photo of Elizabeth Allred Horner. If her dates are accurate (1747-1823) the fashion she is wearing is completely wrong for the time period. The style of dress, the large plaid of the fabric, the little white collar, the undersleeves, the severe hairstyle parted in the middle are all styles that were worn in the Civil War era--definitely not earlier than about 1850 and probably more about 1855-1860 at the earliest. It's a great photo. I hope it can be identified.
|Brenda White Broadway||James M. Burnett|
I didn't know if you were related to James Burnett or not. I posted a picture of him when he was very young on his memorial. Many missionaries serving in the Athens, AL area stayed in the home of my husband's grandparents, Charles Christopher Reyer and his wife Jessie Mae Shannon Reyer. This picture belonged to them. It has his name written on the back.
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