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Born and raised in Germany, I now live near Portland, Oregon. |
I started doing family research in 1995 and have been hooked ever since. How wonderful to combine this hobby with another - visiting cemeteries.
Please feel free to use the pictures I posted for your own purpose in your family research.
The family names I research are:
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|J L Bryant||RE: Minnie Bryant Bell #48288743|
Hi..., I'm sorry, what I should have asked was "If you know who they are... Might you be able to note who were (in the bio notes), or if they're on F-a-G, link Minnie to, her parents?"
Sorry, I do not know who they are, but was hoping since you created the memorial that you might either via cemetery records or family knowledge.
Thanks for establishing the memorial,however !, if her parents aren't known.
|Linda Jenkins Werts||William H. Frush|
The corrected information for his memorial is from Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery foundation documents and the Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery Historical Tour
|donna zeller||RE: bradford family|
I'm sorry it took me so long to respond to you. The John and Lidda in 1880 census you spoke of are the people I am searching
he is buried in shafer Cemetery, Mo. But I am not sure where she is buried or her date of death. I am also interested in finding other descendants. I am a descendant of Lydia and her first husband, Thomas Miller, he died around 1868, in Missouri. She again married John Fletcher Bradford, they had several children. I can find no traces of these children, some of them died young, but others I can find no death or marriage records for. I would appreciate any help you can offer. I believe Lydia died before John
cause 1900 census lists him as a widower. I have found graves for some of their children
but there were other children that survived
but dont know any thing about them. I would also like to find the grave of Thomas Miller. I know the Miller Family came from Brown Co.,Ohio to Missouri around 1868 or so. Any help you could offer would be appreciated thank you Donna Miller Zeller
|Sharon (aka Sherri) Lee Ewoldt||Sloop/Knox Family|
Anna Knox Sloop, I have extensive information on her family starting with her parents,Knox and Knight, 10 brothers and sisters and 40 of the cousins.
If you are interested in the information please contact me.
EISENHOWER two Knox married Eisenhower
Bethuel Knox and Elizabeth Knight Knox were my great great grandparents.
|donna zeller||bradford family|
my name is donna zeller, and i am looking
for traces of my great great grandmother, her name was lydia bradford. she was married to john f. bradford , they had several children, i am a descendant of her oldest son, charles miller. i do not know what happened to her. he is buried in shafer cemetery, in missouri. do you know any thing about her. thank you donna
|Martin Burrell||requests for connection[s]|
When you send a request for connection it is very important to include the Find A Grave #'s. It is not only polite to do this, but, very needed.
Thanks for your help with Find A Grave, Martin
|Pat LaCroix||Leo & Flossie Scratcher in Mennonite Cemetery|
Are you related to these people? And do you know anything more about them? They were cousins of my mother's.
|Anne Cross May||RE: Martha Witherell|
Thank you. Much appreciated. Anne
|Sue||Roger R. Mishler|
...and permission to post your photo, with credit, of Roger R. Mishler's marker (#97994340) to my Ancestry.com tree.
Added by Sue on Nov 23, 2013 8:16 AM
Thank you for the photo of Cathryn Swanson's marker (#97943945). Would it be OK with you if I post your photo, with credit, to my Ancestry.com family tree?
Added by Sue on Nov 21, 2013 9:01 PM
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