|Karen Mattson-Yeoman (#46783224)|
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If you are requesting an edit or a transfer and I am not related, I will gladly do so, however, you must go to the memorial page and click on suggest/edit and request from there. I cannot hunt down the memorial and then hunt down your member number. I have had 2 requests that I cannot fulfill, since the person has their messages disabled and did not give me the wanted memorial numbers.
You have my permission to copy ANY of my photos for your genealogical and personal use.
I totally enjoy sharing :)
I do this mainly for genealogy purposes and to dedicate memorials to the ones who have been lost. The information is of PUBLIC record, often found in newspapers, court reords or cemetery records or first hand knowledge from generation family members. This information and memorial will be put in by someone eventually, if not by me. If I have listed a family member of yours and is not related to me and you wish a transfer, please request the transfer by clicking the edit/suggestion button to the right of the memorial. I will transfer the memorial to you and if you wish removal, then you, yourself, may go through the removal process, as it has become difficult to remove them, per Find-A-Grave's new system. Even when a duplicate is made, the removal of the duplication now has to have a reason for it and get an approval before it will be automatically removed by the service. I apologize for the inconvenience this causes, but I am not the one who makes the rules & have no control over the process.****
I am Karen and I have, so far, traced my heritage to the year 1029, Flamsted, England, to my 26th great grandfather, Ralph De Toni and Isabel Montford.
Interested in names in Pennsylvania, Chester, Berks, Bucks, Delaware, Montgomery, Lancaster & Chester Counties. They are:
Mattson, Yeoman, Ogden, Smith, Peterson, Baldwin, Fling, Bowen, East, Gring, Hoopes, Copes, Copeland, Irwin, Hoopes, Seeley/Seely, Rodgers/Rogers, Davis, Trimble, Taylor, Thompson, Matlack, Garnett, Garrett, Townsley, Townsend, Whiteman, Woodward & Leary.
In Cecil County, Maryland:
Peterson, Price, Campbell, Mattson
In Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee areas:
Copes, Copeland, Garrett, Smith, Rooks, Teal, Taylor, Darracott, Heathcott, Reed/Reid, Yeoman, Klutts, Kinsey/Kinzey/Kimsey/Kincey, Whitmire, Whitehead/Whitted/Whited, Baird, Boyd, Robinson, Reed/Reid.
"There is no king who has not had a slave among his ancestors, and no slave who has not had a king among his." - Helen Keller
"A family carries each other, some are more broken than others." - Michael Caine - 'Around the Bend' - 2004
"Let no one, by abuse nor by words, snuff our your inner light....Let it shine, so that others might see the reflection."
Karen Mattson-Yeoman~October 1989
"Life is a journey. We can't control where it starts or where it ends. We can only control how we live and that makes us who we are." - Morgan Freeman -'Moll Flanders'
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|Carol's Genealogy Stuff||Children of Emory & Ella Buffington buried in Hall Co|
Thanks for these as well, and for adding the links before the transfers. I just sent in a SAC for their daughter Helen to link her to her parents. Whether you apply the links or make a transfer doesn't matter. I appreciate it either way.
By the way, your Copes may be related to my Buffingtons back when. The 1st Buffington in the US in my line was Richard, a Quaker who eventually settled in Chester, PA. His son Thomas E Buffington married a Ruth Cope (b. 1687), daughter of Oliver Cope (b. 1647) & Rebecca Crooke/Mayhew (b.1643) who also were from England and settled in PA. Their son Thomas (m. Mary Harlan m1 Webb) migrated to SC, from whence came Ezekiel, patriarch of the Hall Co. GA Buffingtons through his 1st wife (and, through 2 Cherokee wives, patriarch of the Buffingtons forced west on the Trail of Tears, gathered in part for that journey by Ezekiel's grandson Ezekiel, who was in the GA Militia.)
|Carol's Genealogy Stuff||RE: Children of Cicero|
I appreciate the transfers. I can't look through them right at this moment, but wanted to say thanks. ~~Carol
|lizagrr||Betts Ogden Yeoman|
Hi Karen, I'm interested in any memories or family stories you have about Betts Yeoman. She is my mother's grandfather's first cousin. My mother remembers a family story that she took in my mother's great-grandmother, Annice (Annie) Francis Ogden Ferron in her old age...this would have been in the late 1940's/early 1950's. Annice would have been Betts' aunt - her father's sister. I'm unable to track down any death date or info on Annice and as I understand she had some mental problems in her old age when Betts cared for her. If you have any information or family lore about this, I'd love to hear it. Thank you! - Liza
Added by lizagrr on Sep 27, 2014 11:34 AM
|Melissa Mariano||Annie Himelright|
I see that you've submitted a photo request for Annie Himelright in Hopewell United Methodist Cemetery in Downingtown, PA. I've been out to Hopewell several times over the past few weeks and have been keeping an eye out for her headstone. So far no luck. However, it looks as though the cemetery has been repairing/replacing a number of headstones-I've 'discovered' new ones that aren't recent burials that I know I would've tripped over during previous visits. Anyway, I'm wondering if that's why I've been unable to find Annie's marker thus far-maybe she's 'out for repair'. Especially since the Himelright (and Himelwright) family is sort of grouped together in one area of the cemetery. Will continue to check for her though.
Also, I thought it might be of interest to you (bc of photo req. for Annie), that I've added 5 more Himelright names to Hopewell. If you're family, or just a fan of the Himelright family lol, and would like them transferred over to you let me know.
Thanks and take care!
Hi, Dr. H.W. Stigler married my aunt, Lula Pitts. I am trying to determine some positions in my family tree. The 1900 U.S. Census that shows the Klutts and Stiglers next to each other is interesting. It appears from your research that you know the families well. I would like to share information. My email is email@example.com
Added by usndds on Sep 17, 2014 3:53 PM
|Carol's Genealogy Stuff||Cordelia Cagle Cape|
Thanks for putting in the links. ~~Carol
|Carol's Genealogy Stuff||RE: Sid an dnancy Cape|
I will. Thank you very much. ~~Carol
|Linda Burton Kochanov||RE: THANK YOU for the YEOMAN's|
It is absolutely my honor and pleasure to do this for you! Glad I could bring you peace in your search...You've brought joy to my heart with your words. I don't always hear from the family of the people I find, so you have made me happy to do what I do...Good luck with your search..if you need me..let me know!
|Charlotte Palmer||Johnnie Mae Palmer|
I went to the memorial page and requested an edit. My mother was Johnnie Mae Palmer. Her maiden name is incorrect on her page. It is listed as Whisenant (her mother's maiden name) and Johnnie Mae's maiden name was Brown. She is buried in White County, GA in the Shoal Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. Let me know if there is anything else I need to provide for this listing to be corrected.
|Loretta Lassiter Weaver||The Weavers|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Glynn and Mitchell Weaver. I really appreciate it!
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