|Martha Hamilton (#46797261)|
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I first began genealogical research on my family about eight to nine years ago. I continue to be amazed with finding relatives I have never heard of and ancestors going back to colonial America on many different lines.|
It was through this research that I came across FAG and became a member. I am grateful to the many volunteers who have found and posted information on my large extended family and I try to give back where I can.
Most of the memorials I create are part of my extended family but I also take volunteer photos and have been working on a local cemetery that hold none of my family. If I have created a memorial for someone in your family, check with me. If it is unrelated I will gladly transfer management of the memorial to you. If it is a relative but not a direct ancestor of mine I will also consider transfer; just ask.
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|Christine Takerian||William Samuel Malone|
I saw that you created a record for this family member of mine…he is my Great Great Great Uncle…and I would love to have a picture of his grave. Have you taken one of this headstone? I appreciate any help you can provide as I live in Arizona and do not have access.
|Barry Michie||RE: Daniel Shato Memorial|
Thanks much for the reply. Yes, please do have a look at the Daniel Shatto marker, assuming there is one, and get a photo up if at all possible.
Hope things unfreezing up in Ohio!
|Barry Michie||Daniel Shato Memorial|
Thanks so much for the extensive edits, particularly the bio-sketch, for Daniel Shato. He is the lynchpin for connecting the Gallia county Shatos to ancestors going back to the immigants to PA in 1739.
I only have one question/issue/problem that I don't know the answer to at the moment - the year of his birth. The memorial has 1828. Is this from the inscription? My other info has him born in 1826 but everything else the same.
Best and thanks for you quick attention.
|Amerlan Family||Hiram DeWitt|
Thanks for the transfer.
|Nancy Yankie Sidarous||DORA AND IRA SHEPHERD|
Thank you so very kindly for these transfers. Dora is the half sister of my GG Grandfather. Do you know anything of a John and Nancy McGhee (mar 1839) of Lincoln, TN? John's father is Richard L. McGhee born 1815 in TN and perhaps John and Nancy had a daughter named Mary, though of course Mary is not her full name and could be a nick name as well. It's Mary I'm researching who I believe is the mother of my GG Grandfather Franklin. Any help will be appreciated. Thank you very kindly, Nancy
|Woodlief||RE: Lovina Mariah Adney Hamilton|
I am amazed! Thank you so much for all the transfers of my Hamilton family. I truly appreciate all the work you did on this family for so many years. I will always keep my eye out for the ancestors of your Thomas Hamilton b. 1799 Maryland. Don't give up and one day it will happen for you. For 20 years I searched to find out where my James C (Campbell) Hamilton came from and it finally happened. Alice Woodlief
Added by Woodlief on Feb 25, 2014 11:40 AM
|Woodlief||Lovina Mariah Adney Hamilton|
Will you, please, link Lovina Mariah Adney Hamilton #33787167 to her father, Jonathan Adney #52500259 and to her mother, Electa Glenn #52500013. Lovina is my great-grandmother. New research shows that she and her husband, James McGhee Hamilton, were the parents of ten children. Thank you, Alice Woodlief
Added by Woodlief on Feb 24, 2014 9:30 PM
|Gerald Deckard||Jane Ewing Carter|
FG – Jane Ewing Carter – 43668544
MarthaHamilton (#46797261) - firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for a (? Ewing) married to Robert H. Carter. She is my first cousin 4 times removed.
It looks like she is Jane Ewing (43668544) married to Robert B.Carter (43668545). Everything matches excerpt for Robert's middle initial. Would you transfer the maintenance of Jane and Robert's memorials to me?
Gerald "Jerry" Deckard (#47609545)
|Sara Snell-Kirton||Madalyn Baylor Hollberg|
71320608 Thought you may be interested in this memorial. I am no relation, I purchased the home in which the Hollbergs lived 10 years ago. When I found that they were buried in the local cemetery I went to visit. I found it strange that no one ever left flowers at the graves. Now I know why. So I have taken it upon myself to decorate all 4 Hollbergs graves now.
|B*-*-*-L-*-*-*-U*-*-*--E||RE: Hello Martha|
I giant super thank you for the transfers
You have a nice evening
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