|Martha Hamilton (#46797261)|
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I first began genealogical research on my family about thirteen years ago. I continue to be amazed with finding relatives I have never heard of and ancestors going back to colonial America on many different lines.|
It was through this research that I came across FAG and became a member. I am grateful to the many volunteers who have found and posted information on my large extended family and I try to give back where I can.
Most of the memorials I create are part of my extended family but I also take volunteer photos and have been working on a local cemetery that hold none of my family. If I have created a memorial for someone in your family, check with me. If it is unrelated I will gladly transfer management of the memorial to you. If it is a relative but not a direct ancestor of mine I will also consider transfer; just ask.
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|Eva Hughes||Grover Stewart Fulks|
Grover's parents are incorrectly identified. He was the son of William H. and Lizzie (McKinley) Fulks. Lizzie's mother was Margaret Stewart, which is the source of Grover's middle name. Grover was William and Lizzie's first child, and he was born 15 October 1884 at Crown City, Gallia Co. OH and he died May 1967 in Gallia Co. His birth record is on Family Search.
Grover married Flossie Fulks, and they had 5 children: Garnet Mildred, Arden Jennings, Atlee, John Paul and Dan Grayson Fulks.
Buena Vista Fulks Kearns was born 5 October 1897, the daughter of James A. and Buena Vista (Lewis) Fulks.
Buena Vista and Grover Stewart were 2nd cousins, not brother and sister.
|Richard James||Clay Chapel Cemetery|
Martha: Do you know why Find a Grave shows Clay Chapel cemetery is located at Northup, when it's nowhere near there? I know there are bigger things in this world to worry about, but as my wife will verify, I'm a little eccentric, and this bugs me.
|Beverly Jo||RE: William Hamilton|
|Beverly Jo||William Hamilton|
William was recently transferred to me, and I just linked him to his parents, Millard & Minnie Hamilton.
My actual relative was William's wife, Klyta Coffman Hamilton. It looks like the couple had no children, so there are no direct descendants.
I'll be happy to care for the memorial - and please let me know if there are any additions or corrections to be made. I will also transfer to yourself, if you want to keep the Hamilton family together.
|gingels||Brown Memorials, Clay Chapel Cem.|
Thank you for the great photos of Morris & Clarice Brown's memorials. Would you mind if we used them in our ancestry family tree with credit given to you? Thanks again, we will pass the favor on.
Added by gingels on Aug 07, 2016 8:49 AM
|Loretta Lynn Layman||Memorial #12164017 - John Chapman|
Hi. John was the first husband of Norene McDaniel, Memorial #58478813. I've just sent a request to link the two. Norene's second husband was John Ferguson, and her memorial is listed as Norene "Nora" McDaniel Ferguson. These are cousins of mine. Thanks much.
May I use your photos for my family tree? Phto courtesy give. Thank you.
|Daphene Richard||charles e. osborn|
Martha, do you tie into the Osborn family? I am seeking some information on him to see if he was first married to my mother-in-law. Alma Burton Hicks. They weren't married but a couple of years but they did have a son, whose name is Charles E. Osborne. Thanks, Daphene
|George Paul Farris||Charles Neal: FAG Memorial# 30970941|
I pray things are going well for you. Of course, you have my profound thanks for the memorial you created for my Uncle Charlie.
Would you be willing to transfer his memorial to me? Regardless, of your decision your kindness has earned…
|Brian Sharp||Norman Rodgers|
looking to locate his grave site.
Death cert says Rehobeth Waterloo Ohio.
Found William Rodgers whom I suspect is his Father.
Any help would be apriciated.
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