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|Timothy Taylor||Taylor family|
Hello Cristy. I've been searching for my Taylor roots. I had known nothing past where my grandfather was born. A co-worker that loves genealogy was able to find his father and grandfather's names. John Mastison Taylor was my 2nd great grandfather. His son Matthew my great grandfather, and John Herbert Taylor my grandfather. My grandfather died in 1929. My dad and his sisters knew very little about their Taylor family heritage. The pictures that you posted on John Mastison's memorial are awesome. One of them shows people with the name 'Ater'. I'm trying to find out more about that family since I have some pictures of Charles Ater and his wife that lived in Denver. I would be very grateful if there is any other Taylor family history you could pass on to me. Next trip to Kansas I'll be visiting the cemetery. Glad to find you cousin. Tim Taylor, Denver, CO
|bamadave||Dennis Sheldon Smith|
You added some picture to Dennis's site and I am trying to see if you are a family member or know where/how I can contact them.
Dennis and my Dad served in the Army together and remained close friends for many years.
Thank you for posting the information.
Added by bamadave on Sep 09, 2015 9:39 AM
|Green B Hawkins||Thank You....|
Thank you.... You are very kind.... Have a good day!!!
Cristy--thanks for the quick update.
Added by Deb on Aug 01, 2015 4:48 AM
|Bernadette||RE: William Russel Hervey|
You're very welcome. His bio reads "Burial Unknown," so while you're checking places, you might want to fix bios as well. :)
|Joe Gibbens||Peter and second wife, Elizabeth|
Did you see Peter and second wife, Elizabeth, Ecord have been added? See # 99747447.
|Joe Gibbens||I'm at it again, somewhat.|
Christy - I'm looking at the Ecords again. Check your edits please. How's everything these days?
|Thomas Gregg||Sarah Anna Callihan|
Find A Grave Memorial# 137165657
Robert is her brother
father should be George Callihan 28036950
mother should be Rebecca (Bostaph)Callihan 28036961
|Carolyn Lloyd||Pauline Mount Kelley|
I added the note about her twin brother. And she is linked to parents. I don't find the brother on findagrave anywhere so can't request he be added to parents at this time. I did add the maiden name. Thanks for letting me know.
|Kathy Holland, Gates to the Past Genealogy||RE: John & Martha Brandt|
You're very welcome!
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