|Ray Gurganus (#47340841)|
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|I live in DC and can do photo requests for the metro DC area, provided the cemetery is easily accessible.|
Photos I have posted here may be stored offline for personal use, but should not be posted elsewhere online without permission, and may not be posted to Ancestry or any other service requiring payment.
I manage a website for collaboration of our family trees.
I'm also the coordinator of the DC GenWeb website.
and an obituary database
Drop by for a visit!
Most of the photos I posted here will have more related details on that person's page at the website below. More details are welcome.
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|squadron a association||Trooper Frederick W Chesebrough|
On behalf of he late veterans of Squadron A, a big THANK YOU for the transfer.
Squadron A Association
|Christina||RE: Mary Swann|
Thanks a bunch!
|RosalieAnn||Old St. Joseph photo|
Thank you so much for supplying a photo for Elizabeth Milburn.
Thanks so much for getting the photos of the Milburn stones, your time and effort is appreciated.
My apologies in being so slow to thank you!
Added by Deekay on Feb 07, 2016 3:40 PM
|Dj Bonner||RE: Thomas Chase|
Yes, I am related to the NC Bonner's. Although Bonner is my married name, my husband's father was adopted by Gordon Josiah Bonner and his wife Mattie Pearl Hicks in MS. Mattie was Mr. Bonner's maternal Aunt. Gordon was born in MS, his father and Grandparents were born in GA. His Gr Gr Grandparents and before where from NC, I know Chowan was one of the places. These Bonners are related to me through my paternal grandmother. I hope this helps you, maybe we can find a connection. Are your related to the Chase Family also??
|Dj Bonner||RE: Thomas Chase|
Answering your questions:
Yes, this Thomas Chase is the son of Desire Luce and Thomas Chase. His father fought with John Paul Jones during the Revolutionary War and are my 5th Gr Grandparents.
This Thomas Chase did in fact was part of "The Constitution of the State of Maine" Convention, which established the State of Maine in 1820. This Constitution of the State of Maineis the fundamental governing document of the state. It consists of a Preamble and ten Articles, the first Article the "Declaration of Rights."
I hope this was helpful.
|Debbie K. Chambers||RE: William Hughes|
|Catherine Cramer||RE: Lewis Greenleaf Adams|
Glad it was helpful, just sent link to let you know where it was :) He did some beautiful work, check out the Gnome Bakery building in NY, recently converted to cool apts! Awesome that they are still able to save these beautiful buildings!
|Catherine Cramer||Lewis Greenleaf Adams|
Wasn't sure if you wanted any bio information since he is on the family tree you set up. He was an architect and member of the AIA, and they have his bio information on their website: http://public.aia.org/sites/hdoaa/wiki/AIA%20scans/Rosters/AdamsWoodbridge_roster.pdf
|A Family Who Loves Genealogy||Thanks Ray!|
You're the BEST!
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