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My mother died less than 6 months ago on Dec.11, 2011, just 2 weeks shy of Christmas. Since that time I've developed a new appreciation for the gift of life in general and for my ancestors (those I knew and those before my time).|
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|Don Green||Carl Edelman|
Are you certain of the middle name on Carl Edelman? I know the death certificate has Tommyson but I believe the correct name is Tennyson. My Grandmother Susie Green was sisters to his mother.
You have created duplicate records of already existing data on Find a Grave. Please remove your duplicates. If you have data to add to existing request the other party to post your data or transfer upkeep to you.
Hi - we are related Charles E. Woodson was my Great Uncle - my Grandmother was Hattie M. Woodson and I would like to compare some notes with you via email and photos.
Added by Kathy on Apr 10, 2014 7:33 AM
|teddie lane||Terry Lee McKnight|
I'm related to Terry and was wondering if you have any other information about her.
By the way, Psalm 100:5 is a good verse for family history research. :). Donna and I both know and love the Lord.
Added by Pam on Jun 27, 2013 1:45 PM
|Pam||RE: Dallas Carpenter|
None of us have any photos either. Hard to believe. He died in early 1930's, and my grandmother's house flooded several times, and I was told all the photos were destroyed. Heart breaking to me. I don't know how he ended up in Boone County, but figured he went there for a job. She was pregnant when Dallas was electrocuted (my great uncle found him, wire wrapped around his leg), so he had a third child he never saw, a boy, James Robert. They are not buried in the same cemetery, she remarried and is buried as Ruby White. I will tell Donna about your message.
Added by Pam on Jun 27, 2013 9:47 AM
I have been researching the Amos Carpenter family because my grandmother married Dallas Carpenter. Dallas was my dad's stepfather. Dallas Carpenter is buried in Jeffrey, West Virginia, but the name of the cemetery is Akers Cemetery; and if you look that up, you'll see he is listed in that cemetery. The photograph of his stone that Bonita has there, I have not seen, although I've been to that cemetery many times. I saw a flat stone, so maybe this one is newer. I plan to be there again on July 6th, so I'll look again!
I will be with Donna Carpenter, and she is the granddaughter of Dallas, so a cousin of yours. I'll let her know I found this listing on findagrave.
Added by Pam on Jun 26, 2013 11:05 AM
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I would be happy to transfer management. I researched Isaac & Elizabeth for my 2nd cousin, Juanita Crawford Rogers; they are her 4th great grandparents. We would be grateful for any information you have re: Isaac & Elizabeth.
|Sandy Littlejohn||RE: thnx|
Sorry it took so long. I'm baby sitting chickens, dogs, cats, and horses this week for one of my brothers and with all these farm chores, I've only been getting online mostly at night.
P.S. Like your user name. The 100th Psalm was the very first Psalm I memorized....way back in the 4th grade