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I've have been in AZ since 1952. I moved from OK, with my family L.C. "Whit" & Addie, for my dad's health. I would be willing to travel to Payson, Snowflake, Taylor, etc. about a 50-mile radius to take photos. I have the 'genealogy bug' and love helping those of you, like me, NEED to know your roots. I'm on a mission, and I don't exactly know why. I'd love to help you. Send me your requests. |
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|Christopher Minshall||RE: True Cemetery Transfers|
No relation that I have found but my family (Kempton, Lutz, Minshall, Strawser, Oldaker) have been in the area for a long time so anything is possible.
|Kaye Skirvin Elliott||RE: Forsythe Conection|
I'm sorry, but those names mean nothing to me. The Forsythes are not my direct line, and I know nothing before they came to the Elk Creek, MO, area
We were close through marriage, but Richard V. Forsythe was "new" to the Elk Creek area when he married Naomi Nall.
Hopefully, you'll find the connections you need. I know how frustrating this can be.
Thanks for the transfer
Added by Avery on Jul 22, 2016 6:52 PM
|Dennis Fohey||RE: Chandler-Bradshaw HS, Riverside Cemetery|
Glad I could help. Do as you wish.
|MLU||Patrick Plunket - Bethlehem OH|
I just received your e-mail about your GGG Grandpa, Patrick. I do not have any information about him. He is not a relative of mine. If I come across any, I will be more than happy to share! Hopefully the transfer went through ok. If not, please let me know and I will try again. Have a nice day! ☺
Added by MLU on Jul 12, 2016 1:05 PM
|Kelli Moore||Joseph Moranville|
Hi there, I see you are in charge of 101946796 which is William and Lizzie Edison. My uncle, Joseph Moranville is buried there with them, though I do not believe he has a headstone. He was born March 6, 1936 and died March 28, 1936. His father was Adrian Moranville, and his mother was Mary Wilma Eddleman, though she went by the name Patricia. I do not know where Adrian is buried, but his step grandparents were William and Lizzie. I have paperwork somewhere with the plot numbers, I need to get them out. Thanks so much for having them on this site.
|Jim Craig||Levicy J. Brown|
Just posted a photo of the graves of James Brown and Levicy Brown at Rosehill Cemetery in Chicago.
|Cheryl||RE: Pearl Felter Heber Cemetery|
Thank you for the transfer..
Added by Cheryl on Feb 26, 2016 4:47 PM
|Cheryl||101020451 Pearl Felter|
She is from Calhoun County IL. A decedent of some of the oldest settlers. She is my 2nd cousin and I am working her line in my tree.
Thank you for posting her grave. I could take care of her connections since I have both her parents back to our mutual grandparents already linked and linking those that aren't.
Thank you, Cheryl
Added by Cheryl on Feb 25, 2016 3:49 PM
|sue hill||RE: John Conway Sr. in KY|
I do not think that you are on the correct path, but I could be wrong. My John's name has always been Conway without the extra "a". He was originally from Dublin Ireland, as far as I have investigated. He came over about 1730. He was originally a Latin teacher, but turned to farming to support his large family. He is first found in Virginia, but moves to what became Kentucky in the 1770's. He and his family were walked from a place called Ruddles Mills, Kentucky to Detroit, Mi. by the British and the Indians during the Revolutionary War. I have a grandparent named William Conway b. 1793, d. 1832; born and died in what is now Bourbon Ct., Ky. The John and Elizabeth you discuss are my grandparents, he is the John from Ireland.
Here is my kinship from Ancestry.com
john conway (1710 - 1801)
is your 4th great grandfather
john conway (1758 - 1837)
son of john conway
William Conway (1793 - 1832)
son of john conway
James William Conway (1828 - 1898)
son of William Conway
William Henry Harrison (Harry) Conway (1859 - 1945)
son of James William Conway
James Thomas Conway (1911 - 2004)
son of William Henry Harrison (Harry) Conway
linda sue (susie) conway
You are the daughter of James Thomas Conway
I will be glad to help you in any way. I have looked at your Find A Grave information and do not see any kinship to the info. that I have obtained. I did get the same location for the burial site of John 1710-1801, but personally, I have a hard time believing that his body would have been carried that far. Perhaps a bucket of earth, but that is all. One son, Samuel, Find A Grave Memorial# 10156965, is buried in Bush Cemetery in Marion County, Mo. I believe this is the same county as John Sr. may be buried. All my information about the Conway family is in ancestry under conway0713.
Linda Sue(Susie) Conway Hill
Added by sue hill on Aug 06, 2015 6:37 AM
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