|Butterfly Rose (#47011600)|
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I love doing my family's genealogy. I am looking up Terry, Anderson, Vunovich, Derrington, James, Strika, Greenlee or Greenlees, Aldens and the Lynn or Linn, Dowdy and Shallenburger Families. I have learned a lot by reading the different gravestones. |
Please visit these Memorials:
CJ Meek, Tinker Nicholas Vunovich, Joel Anton Robinson and
Alex James Vunovich.
Cannot we find an American capable and worthy of the trust? ...Why should we take the bread out of the mouths of our own children and give it to strangers?" ~ John Adams, 2nd President Of The United States
"Any man can make mistakes, but only an idiot persists in his error." ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero.
PLEASE WHEN YOU WANT ME TO CORRECT INFORMATION ON MEMORIALS, PLEASE USE THE "EDIT" BUTTON.
For the people who send me information and corrections for my memorials I thank you.
If I don't have a Memorial then I can't change it!!!!!!!!!!
Please provide documentation for links to parents--otherwise, they will be declined.
I'm getting too many incorrect links to parents.
(proof) is a must have!!!!!
(Birth, Marriage, Death Certificate)
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|deanna french||Clay Center Asahel Lawrence/Eli Marsh Civil War Veterans|
May I use the monument photo's that you contributed to the Find A Grave memorials for Eli Marsh and Asahel Lawrence, to post on the Vermont C.W. site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive the credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|robert gibbs||The j b|
I had a question for you what does the JB stand for because I had a great great great grandfather whose name was James Bennett Gibbs I was just curious if it was a different person or if it was the same
|robert gibbs||J b Gibbs|
Hi butterfly my name is Robert I was wondering you left flowers for him at his grave page
|Jan Dishon||Annie 43523055|
PS I have connected the twins to Annie Jones. If I find out I am wrong, I will delete. I have birth and death info on the twins.
|Jan Dishon||Annie Rehrig Jones 43523055|
I found your memorial for Annie. I was wondering if you were related. I think this is the same Annie Rehrig that was married to my great grandfather, Henry Switzer, for a short period of time. The info that I have on "my" Annie is that she was born 1879-1880 which would jibe with your information. Annie and Henry were married Aug. 9, 1898 in Reading and had twin boys born Feb. 7 and died Feb. 14, 1899. She filed for divorce about Sept. 1900 and it was final abt. 1900. Do you know anything about Annie -- am I right to think that your Annie is my Annie?
|Mark Utley||RE: Did|
No, I don't think we got a chance to connect on my last trip back there for the Morganville-Feves, France festivities in December 2013. My sister and I did meet and spend a pleasant morning with Cathy at the Clay County Historical Museum (the old hospital) and I was saddened to read of her passing this year.
1850 Smith Co TN census
Mary Hires F 43 Tennessee
Wilson Hires M 26 Tennessee
John Hires M 22 Tennessee
Elizabeth Hires F 18 Tennessee
Harry Hires M 16 Tennessee
Mary Hires F 14 Tennessee
George Hires M 11 Tennessee
Eligah Hires M 9 Tennessee #18869409
this is the earliest info I found. There seems to be a lot of Highers/Hires from Macon County, too.
Added by B Fuller on Aug 16, 2016 2:00 PM
|Vicki Hittson||RE: Rev James Anderson|
Do you have a tree on Ancestry? Have you done your DNA? If you do, you can look at mine. I don't know how to send any evidence to you. I don't know how you are related to Rev James Anderson and his family unless your tree is available. I have many cousins through James Anderson and your claim of his parents is questionable at best. I want to help you flesh out your Find A Grave memorials.
|MHK||William and Ann Bradley Haynie|
I Have just broken the Findagrave rules by submitting a link from the "unknown" burial memorial of their daughter Susannah to their memorials which you created. Please accept this link so other Haynie descendants can fill in the Susannah-blank. (Her memorial is sponsored so I'm hoping that means it won't eventually be deleted.) There are 2 contributors who have added "unknown" memorials for my Haynie-related ancestors, most of which are extremely well documented. Thank you! MHK
Added by MHK on May 02, 2015 4:50 PM
|Bela James||Joseph James|
Joseph is not listed as buried in the James Cemetery or in Henry Co KY. Joseph (b abt 1805) was son of Thomas and Sarah Clark and he married Elizabeth Sublett. Elizabeth died in Graves Co. KY. Both Joseph and Elizabeth died between 1870 and 1880. Joseph’s son John (b abt 1849) married Henrietta (Hattie) Carter – Laura’s mother - and Hattie is buried in Graves Co, KY. Most likely, Joseph and his wife Elizabeth are buried somewhere in Graves Co. KY. My line is from Joseph’s brother John (b 1795). John married Elizabeth Sublett’s sister Jane. I have some info on Joseph's line; if you wish contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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