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Genealogy being my first hobby I also have an extensive collection of costume jewelry. Am an avid Thrift Store and Garage Sale shopper. Have traveled extensively in my prior years and still love 'tooling' through the back roads of the USA. I've been researching genealogy for over 40 years and do it on a daily basis. I research the surnames of Graham, Reynolds, Gann, Flournoy, Eagan, Muller, Jackman, Rogers|
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|PioneerMotherG5||Thomas E. Graham|
There is an interesting article regarding Thomas E. (Eddie) Graham in the 1943 KC Star, titled "Oldest Draftee in the Army Can Have Old Bank Job Back" This is my first cousin 2x removed. It's too long to put in this message, but they made a movie out of the story with Edward G. Robinson in the role as Eddie Graham.
My e-mail address is email@example.com I'll be glad to mail the info to you
|Marie Reynolds||RE: memorial #87790319|
Thank you so much. This is my brothers memorial.
|Diana||RE: Are you still active here?|
It's ok Marilyn. I don't even remember what the edits were now. ;-)
Added by Diana on May 03, 2016 4:20 PM
|Judith Allen||Isaac Hull Braden|
Marilyn, In the complete obituary from the Wellington News (March 1906), I see that my husband's second great grandfather, Isaac Hull Braden, had a daughter named Mrs Robert Eagan, probably a descendant of yours. Would you by chance have any knowledge of who Isaac Hull Braden's parents were? I have been looking for many years and can only find that they appear to have been born in Pennsylvania but I have no names. ridgeway1949
|Ray Hickcox||Thank you|
Just wanted to say thank you for your work on my Fathers memorial #136815268 and request if you would allow me to take it by transferring it to me. Thank you again
Ray Hickcox iv
|Diana||Are you still active here?|
I transferred people to you and now you haven't been responding to any edits. It's for this reason I hesitate to transfer out of guidelines. :-( I hope all is well.
Added by Diana on Oct 16, 2015 8:04 AM
|Bill Hutchinson||Capt. George Wray|
Hello. My name is Bill Hutchinson. I noticed your comment on Find A Grave that George Wray was your 6 Greats Grandfather. He was also my 6 GG down through his son Jacob and Jacob's daughter Mary.
I am curious if you have any information on George's parents. Also, any idea where his wife might be buried?
|Carol Hopper Bader||RE: Lewis Eagan|
Thank you for your help and determination to find the truth.
|Jeff Jahn||RE: George & Myrtle Grahm|
Thought I would pass this info on to you. It appears on the Dickinson County web site next month their suppose to have a online database for the counties cemeteries. Might help verify where their buried for sure if its included.
|Lela Parris Koch||Graham|
Sorry, I didn't think it was doing what it should do.
I noticed your Graham Photo request at the Pleasant Hill cemetery. The Graham family is not my family. If you can add information or get them linked into family groups I will be happy to transfer them to you.
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