|Bobbie Wilson Tkacik (#47531351)|
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I have been working on my family history/genealogy for two branches of my family for about 14 years. I have now written two books for family members on both sides. I love doing genealogical research! It is so interesting and it is important for future generations to know about their roots. My full name is Bobbie Stuart Wilson Tkacik. I am interested in the Wilsons from Butler County, PA, Meigs County Ohio and the Stuarts from Hardin County, KY. In the photo I am at the grave of my 4th Great Grandfather William Wilson born in 1754 in Ireland. It was such an exciting day when I finally found the stone! I have met a lot of fabulous and generous people through Find a Grave!|
Just recently I went to Czech and Slovak Republics in Eastern Europe. My hubby has family there. I was able to take photos in 4 different cemeteries and am in the process of setting up the cemeteries and interments on Findagrave. Hopefully these will benefit people in the US who have roots over there.
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You are very welcome!! Chapman photos are on their memorials. Carla :)
Added by Peace4me on Oct 09, 2014 9:01 PM
|Peace4me||RE: Minnie Crawford|
Christine Foreman Chapman 1849-1927; T.C. Chapman 1845-1905; Frank Chapman 1869-1932. Carla :)
Added by Peace4me on Oct 09, 2014 11:34 AM
|Peace4me||RE: Minnie Crawford|
You are very welcome!! I believe her parents are in the same plot and maybe a brother to Minnie, I'm just going by the name Chapman stones that are by Minnie's stone. Let me know if you are interested in them. Carla :)
Added by Peace4me on Oct 09, 2014 8:02 AM
You are very welcome.
Added by RickC on Oct 04, 2014 7:13 PM
|Rhonda Witwer||RE: Eleanor Tkacik|
You're very welcome Bobbie. The Indiantown Gap National Cemetery is very peaceful and serene and I was happy to get the photograph you requested.
|Rachel's mom||RE: Eliza Ann Wilson Daines|
You are welcome
|Elaine Michels||RE: Stanley|
I had not been able to read Isaac's stone when I was there before. Sprayed it with some windex and took the pictures. Still couldn't see the bottom until I got home and checked the pictures. Is E.J. his wife? I didn't know that was on there.
|Darlington SC||RE: Shupe|
Your Very Welcome
|Elaine Michels||RE: Maggie Porter|
I haven't gotten back to the cemetery yet. Isaac's lettering is engraved so shallow that it doesn't show up. I need to get back with a spray bottle of water and spray it down so you can read it. Sorry to be so slow. Going back that way on Wednesday and should be able to get the photo then. Sorry to be so slow.
|James Boutwell||RE: Henry Hicks|
Thank you, by chance uou didn't see a headstone for his wife Lucy Myrtle Boutwell Hicks (1909-1987)? She died in Mobile, Alabama but I can't find her burial location and was hoping maybe she came back to be buried next to her husband.
If you have any other pictures of Hicks I know someone would probably appreciate them. I am researching the Boutwell's so the remaining Hicks are not important to me.
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