|Donna Lyle Alumbaugh (#46925942)|
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Hi, I have been working on our Alumbaugh family history since 1961 and doing all I can to preserve our family history. Some branches spell it Allumbaugh, Allenbaugh, Alembaugh, Alenbaugh, Allenbough,Elembaugh & Elumbaugh but we are all one family.|
Some of the major names I work on are: Ager,
Ashcraft, Barbee, Barker, Bedwell, Bolin, Boatman, Burson, Carrico, Clarke, Cogdill, Dawson, Dibler, Duckett, Ellis, Froment, Gillham, Givens, Green, Hamilton, Holeman, Houck, Jones, Lee,Lister, Lyle, McElhaney, Moser, Mosier, Plouch, Rackleff, Rackley, Rackliff, Racklyeft, Radcliffe, Robinette, Shanks, Sims - Simms, Simmons, Stover, Symons, Thomason, Thompson, Tripp,& Woody Families.
Find A Grave has helped me so much that I have tried to pay it back by adding several hundred non family. If you see any errors please do contact me. Let me know if you want family transferred. If I am not related I most generally transfer.
Per the Find a Grave guidelines, please do not leave biographical information on a virtual flower. It will be reported and removed. If you have a correction, send an edit.
If you ask me to add or change any information on someone, please make sure you have documentation and not just something you saw someone put on the internet. I see this happen all too often.
If you have any special questions about ancestors, please use my email address. Thank you.
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|Gail Kelly||RE: photo|
Finished adding all the photos for the Allens Mills Cemetery in Industry, ME. I have two photos I need to retake and hopefully will be able to get to them in the next few weeks. One is not related, but the other is the top of a stone for the son of EF and MM Rackliff (the name is on the top). The Rackliffs who are related to the Days were pretty mixed up. I sent edit requests to the contributor and hopefully they will be straightened out. Good luck with your research!
|Phil Harris||RE: Joseph Warrick|
Sounds good to me. Thank you very much!
|Karen Shear||William Thomason|
William Thomason is my 2x great grandfather. I have been looking for him since 1987 since I have not been able to afford a trip to Kansas just to find him and his family who might be buried there, I have had to search online the past 10 yrs or so. Your find a grave post is the most recent I could find on him. My line runs through his son Milton Marvin, then Milton's son Frederick is my grandfather, then my mother Anita Thomason.It's very sad he and Martha "Mattie" do not have a permanent marker. Thank you so much for finding and posting all you do.
Sincerely, Karen Spahr Shear
Thank you Donna, you have pointed me in the right direction.
|Bob Trapp||Messick Family|
Thank you for the transfers they were most appreciated. Are you related?
|Nadeen Sobottka||Rev. Cutler|
Hi Donna, thanks for the obituary on Rev. Cutler. It has been added to his bio. Regards, Nadeen
You brought Mr Goodman back to life - what a great detailed story of this man's life you provided.
Thanks for sharing this with us
|Anita Dennis||Robert Roach|
Thank you so much for sending his obituary!
Thank you for the obit, it helps tell a terrible story to this mans end.
Added by DSON1492 on Jun 30, 2014 10:56 AM
|Melissa Nelson Cook||Moser|
Hello my name is Melissa. First off, thank you so much for posting my great grand fathers Harry O. Moser head stone. I have been trying to find out information about my Moser relatives, past and present. I would really appreciate any info or pictures you may have of them. My email address is melemnel@Yahoo.Com
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