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Hello, I started out only doing my own family genealogy photos, and people I knew. This has provided me information that could not have been obtained from other resources. I do however photograph other headstones and have added other entries. If you would like any of my information modified, please contact me. Most information has been obtained from either obituaries or the headstones themselves.|
I am not a hoarder of logged memorials, and will gladly transfer. This is not a #'s game to me.
I am interested in finding any Grosso, Pernetti, Fina, McEntee, McCarty and Rountree relatives.
I'm English, Irish and Western European.
I would also like to say, I am a DNA descendant of Lealer Clarissa Ralston (1862 - 1934), Elizabeth Caroline Fain (1812-1879) & obviously her father, Nicolas Fain. I am also a DNA match to Louanza Patrick (1833 - 1859). I am in these 3 families' DNA circle, but have no idea where I fit in. My Maternal Grandmother has always been a brick wall due to being placed in the Philadelphia Catholic Orphanage System. She always said, her mother referred to her as her "southern baby". Her mother was Elizabeth Rountree. And that's all I ever knew.
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|Craig H. Trout||Rev Hans Michael TRAUT|
Oops, you are exactly right, I don't know how I missed that... It has now been corrected.
It is assumed that his mother Maria Appolonia Steinlin was buried in Kleinfischlingen (near Landau), Electoral Palatinate, Holy Roman Empire (now in Südliche Weinstraße, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany), so of course we do not have her actual burial information.
Thanks for the important correction!
All good wishes,
Craig H. Trout
|CMaxton||35971571 Milton Maxton|
I saw you left condolences and wondered if you were a relation and if you would like me to transfer this to you. I was given it today to fix a problem with my Maxton line being attached to this one incorrectly. Thanks!
Added by CMaxton on Jul 16, 2016 8:29 PM
|Vonnie L Cantrell||Fain|
Thank you for the lovely message.
You are welcome to view my tree on ancestry.com: VLCantrell Family Tree. I am not saying that I have information that will help you. I am saying that you are welcome to anything that I have.
If you cannot access my tree, send me your email address or ancestry user ID and I will send you an invitation to my tree. My email: email@example.com.
|Donald E. Trout||RE: One mistake|
Thank you for your message and interest. I would need much more information to ascertain whether or not we are related. Having said that, I'm always anxious to meet new family members. Please direct any future correspondence to my email address provided on my profile page. Please feel free to reply (via email). I have some resources that may help to establish a connection between our families.
|Miriam||Chad R. Pitts|
Thank you for your email. Corrections made.
Added by Miriam on Jul 01, 2016 1:09 PM
|Patricia Britt White||RE: Clarissa Lee Ralston Thomas|
Yes, she was my great great grandmother.
|Donna Little Belk||RE: Little|
Thanks very much! Appreciate your prompt reply.
|Donna Little Belk||Correction Requested|
Would you be so kind as to contact me regarding a correction to my father's page, Donald Alexander Little? I appreciate your time and hope to hear from you soon.
|Carrie E||RE: Arturo Galster|
Added by Carrie E on Jun 06, 2016 9:42 AM
|Kristen Brooks||RE: Fina|
They went from Philladelphia to Cleveland. Giuseppe's son Nicasso (Nick) went to Albany around 1934, but he only stayed for two years.
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