|Janie Light (#47042746)|
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I got into genealogy in 2007 and I just love it. The main families I'm researching are: Powers, Bell, Benford, Warren, and McIntosh on my father's side and Hawk, Herndon, Dunlap, Lunsford, and Davis on my mother's side. I will gladly share any information I have.|
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|Deborah Shelton Wood||Beverly|
Yes, thank you. How kind of you!
|Karin Rock||RE: Memorial # 69155439, Leon Spruell|
Thanks For letting me know. Done :)
|Beth||RE: Colorado City Cemetery, Mitchell County, TX|
Thank you so much for the compliment Janie. I appreciate it very much. I live here so if I can every help you out just let me know.
Added by Beth on Feb 15, 2015 9:37 PM
|Jack Davison||Jr, I, II, and III|
My understanding has always been as you desctibe, although I have not been aware of the Details of your U. S, Grant example; however, I know a family in which a name has been carried to "V" in collateral lines in the same generations.
This message has been inspired by another member's displeasure at my use of such cadency in a memorial, referring me to your discussion.
|Norman Scott||RE: I, II, III|
Yes, that is what I needed. You may be familiar with the monument in the park down past the library. I'm creating cenotaphs for all the heros and John is listed in documents as "Jr" but on his grave stone and the monument, and now my cenotaph, he is a "III".
I knew you'd find the answer. Thank you.
|Norman Scott||I, II, III|
Hi Janie. Have you ever heard of a John Doe III, named after an uncle, or any relative other than the father, John Doe II?
I have a John Doe Sr. & Jr in many docs but elseware as II AND III.
|Kathryn Wagner||RE: Traylor memorial in Salem Baptist Church, Carroll County, GA|
Oliver is the brother of my brother in law's grandfather. I don't need any transferred to me. I'm in Montana, and if I get my sister involved in Find A Grave, who is in Carroll county, maybe she might want the transfers. Thank you so much for doing the edits and the offer of the transfer. Thank you, and God bless!
|Bud||RE: Martha R Smith|
Nice job for sure.
I will gladly approve the link now.
But, if you are family or friend I will be happy to transfer the family there over to your caring hands.
I got burned twice taking suggestions and not checking them out. Once it was two spinster sisters with one having a masculine name that someone told me they were husband and wife. Bingo got torn up over that one for sure. Now I am extremely cautious.
Happy Researching, Bud
Added by Bud on Feb 06, 2015 5:36 PM
|Bud||RE: Martha R Smith|
Sorry, but that only says her husband's name was Elmer. No hint to age, children, home or useful information. I have worked on loads of Smith's with my wife's family, and it is hard. A marriage license would nail it. I am still searching Elmer's info.
Added by Bud on Feb 06, 2015 1:16 PM
|Bud||Martha R Smith|
Could not find Martha's obit.
Shirley's obit confirms mother and father is Elmer and Nell.
Do you have any later info confirming Martha as spouse.
Best regards, Bud
Added by Bud on Feb 06, 2015 11:56 AM
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