|Julia Ather (#47024689)|
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I am an American history lover living in Central New York. None of the memorials I have posted are my relatives. If I have posted a memorial of one of your relatives, feel free to contact me and I will transfer it over to you. If there is a picture or article that I have posted that you can use, feel free to copy it (all are in the public domain, so not copyrighted anymore).|
FindaGrave is a great website even though it's basically all about deaths! Still, it makes me think of the verse "And this is the testimony: God has given us eternal life, and this life is in His Son. He who has the Son has life; he who does not have the Son of God does not have life." (I John 5:11)
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|BumgardnerMemories||RE: Jeff McCleese memorial|
Wow! I am one of several administrators for a McCleese Family Genealogy group that has over 500 members. It is a real thrill to receive this info from you! Thank you so very much!
I had wondered what happened to Jeff after 1940, where he is still listed as living in KY, but I am also certain that you have the right match here.
Jeff was a 1st cousin of my great-grandfather. Jeff had three uncles that moved to northern-MI several years prior to him going there, and may have been living with or near one of their families when he died.
Once again let me say thank you for sharing this with me, and for allowing me to admin his Find-A-Grave memorial. I am truly honored.
[McCleese Family Genealogy]
|Shirley Ann Bennett Barham||transferS|
Wow! What a nice surprise. You are very generous to transfer all of the Almands to me.
Bud will be surprised to learn that I now have them.
When Bud did the Almand Cemetery in Conyers....he transferred them to me. Hope you will take time to go to the Almand Cemetery and look at all the photos I have posted - plus look for the Display Table photos when you first view the Almand Cemetery.Click on more photos. The display tables were done by Almand Family Reunion.
|Ryan Marriott-Cline||Thank You Julia!!|
I want you to know from all of my family to you that we appreciate you finding that for us. Hope you have a great holiday, and know how appreciative we are of finding this gravestone!!!
|Burgess Donnelly||RE: Mattie Robison LaBoon|
I have some LeBon/LaBoon way back - my great grand aunt was a Laboon.
And some of the Michaels and Harpers in the Laboon Cemetery are my relatives descended from her. I manage their memorials.
Thanks for the kind offer - I'll put in an official request to make it easy.
I just realized that you "found" the grave of Herbert Harvey! I didn't know where he was buried -- thank you!
Added by tim on Jul 18, 2013 8:23 PM
Julia, thanks so much for all the work you put into my photo requests. I really appreciate it!
Added by tim on Jul 18, 2013 8:06 PM
Thank you so much!
|Burgess Donnelly||RE: Mattie Robison LaBoon|
Sorta kinda almost related :)
Mattie's sister, Eva, married my grand uncle, William David Lowe.
The photo of Mattie was clipped from a family group photo - you can see the others on the rest of the family.
|L Ferree||Ryans and Kirkpatricks|
Okay, I think I've figured it all out.
Hulda is Frank's mother, either by an early marriage (she is only 14 years old than him) or by adoption. She was born in CT. He was born in GA, but is at boarding school in CT in 1850.
Hulda is NOT "Bettie's" mother. I believe Frank's obit is correct, and her name should be Elizabeth C Fisher Ryan. Memorial# 81057990 - SAC to Judy has been sent.
George Campbell married first to Eugenia Kirkpatrick, # 52590802. She died in 1870, apparently soon after the census. A son Eugene was born in 1870; I'm suspecting she died in childbirth. Later censuses show George married to Eugenia's sister, Anna. She is buried in NC with Eugene (nephew and step-son). George is also buried in NC, but in a different cemetery.
Added by L Ferree on Jun 28, 2013 9:06 AM
|L Ferree||RE: Frank T. Ryan|
It's all very confusing. Maybe I'm only making things worse by trying to figure it all out. I saw that Judy Wilson had listed "Annie Elizabeth Betty Kirkpatrick Ryan" as daughter of Hulda and wife of Frank, so jumped to the conclusion that Frank was Hulda's son-in-law. But now I wonder if Judy has mixed up two women. Because the obit on Hulda's memorial indicates that daughter Anna's married name is Campbell, and that she "survives" Hulda. (Bettie, wife of Frank died 4 years earlier.) And that her son is Frank Ryan. I posted a photo to Memorial# 81057990 where Frank's wife's name is inscribed as "Bettie C".
Added by L Ferree on Jun 27, 2013 3:28 PM
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