|Barbara Lea (#47213935)|
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I have been interested in genealogy for most of my life – thanks to my Aunt Iola who wrote and contributed to a number of family histories. Lewis and I have always taken pictures of grave markers as a means of documenting our families. Last year this interest took us to Hants County, Nova Scotia. I have been posting the cemetery pictures we took on Ancestry and recently received a note suggesting I post my pictures on Findagrave – and here I am!|
I would be happy to transfer any memorial page that I created to anyone who is closer to the person honored than I am. I welcome corrections and am happy to make additions.
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|Angie Drew||RE: Connors|
you sure can, I would appreciate it very much. Thank you,
|Angie Drew||RE: Connors|
They are related to my husband, and I am trying to get all our family that are deceased connected.
Hi Barbara, could you connect
William "Beaver" Connors 114197199 and
Junior Connors 156858227, with their father
Ernest R Connors 67494453. Thanks
|hlomiller||RE: Edward & Hattie Allen|
Thank you so much Barbara.
The only family I am interested in is anyone directly related - as in Allens or her birth family. Are you a Sweet relative?
My email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to chat privately.
Again - much appreciation for creating these memorials and the transfer.
|hlomiller||Re Memorial # 130514609|
I was wondering if you would consider transferring this memorial of my grandmother's to me? Also my grandfather's is 130514509. I have photos and linkages so it might be easier for me to maintain them if you would agree.
|Ed Turner||RE: Robert Chapman Turner|
I am related to many families in Dorchester, New Brunswick and I have taken many photographs (but heretofore I have not entered them on "Find A Grave") of the stones in two of Dorchester's cemeteries: The Pioneer and the Rural, so if you would like to transfer some or all of your memorials in those cemeteries to me, I would not object . . . Turner, Dobson, Keillor, Chapman, Brownell, Chandler, Smith, Carter, Bowser, Weldon, Botsford, Sayre, How, Pickles, Doyle, Cochran, Matheson, King, Dooe, McEwen, Steeves . . . . My interest lies in the fact that although I am an "Upper Canadian" my Turner roots lie deep in the Maritimes . . . in particular Westmorland County. My wife's maternal roots are also Maritime but in Carleton County. I was born, grew up, and spent my teaching career in Ottawa but the Turner homestead lies in Dorchester and my father (born on the Turner homestead) brought us to visit my grandparents there in the summers in the 1940's and 1950's; and then I graduated from Mount Allison in 1965. My wife and I have visited our families in the Maritimes almost every summer . . . with our kids in trailers and now ourselves in our motorhome.
|CDev007||Sources for Eli Beebe's Parents?|
I am doing research on Eli H Beebe (1808-1883) who is the husband of Olive and is buried in Butler Co, Iowa and am wanting to know who his parents are.
I saw on the find a grave site that you created that Isaac and Olive listed as the parents of Eli. This is a pretty widely accepted fact across many websites and many family trees. Despite this though I have been unable to find any sources that show that this is firmly true.
I am trying to find sources that verify this. Do you have the sources stored somewhere. Or do you have the sources on your Ancestry.com account? Can I gain access to these records somehow?
My Ancestry username is chrisdevenport007.
Added by CDev007 on Jun 22, 2016 11:40 AM
|Ralph Hammond-Green||Katherine & Mara Wackerman|
Thank you for the updates.
|Jean Boling||RE: Arno Clyde Brown|
Hmmm! Let me do a bit more snooping...
|Jean Boling||Arno Clyde Brown 58093286|
Do you know anything about his wife Agnes? All I can find is a cemetery note that she is in grave 8a, which is Arno's.
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