|June Adams (#46625773)|
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|I am updating my bio. I am now a retired 36-year Registered Nurse living in Yakima Co., Washington (retired because of major health problems last year so I have been out of the loop for a while). My family research interests include Sanford, Wilson, McBride, Sproat,Greenleaf, Krauss, Reiff, Killinger, Cash, Long, Hacker,Dixon, Chambers, & Triplett. I also do research on my husband's family including Adams, Hale, Lewis, Roseborough, Richardson, & Hodgins. I also do research for my sister-in-law including Brown, Beam, Wilkins, Hair, Gantt, Frye & Reep (all in North Carolina). This can all also be found on Ancestry.com in my tree "June's Roots & Branches".|
I am also doing a project of documenting all of the old forgotten cemeteries in Columbia Co., Washington where I have a lot of family roots. I started out with just some of the forgotten children's graves; this was so rewarding that my project soon grew to include all the forgotten graves. My research is documented on FAG & also on Ancestry.com in my multiple trees with names such as McCall in Turner Cemetery in Columbia Co., Washington. My goals are documentation, helping others with their research & also to contact persons interested in helping to maintain and/or restore these old cemeteries. So much has already been lost & it is such a shame. This is a work in progress which is also beginning to branch out to Walla Walla Co., Washington as I also have many family roots there. Please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments or research help - or if you just want to say "Hello"!
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|June Ford||jeremiah b willson|
Do you have any idea how or if your Jeremiah might be related to my husband's g-g grandfather Jeremiah Willson who was b abt 1819 VA or TN & m. Elizabeth Richardson in Monroe Co IND in 1843? Jerry & Elizabeth lived in Mahaska Co IA 1850, next to Moses who looks like Jerry's father. Berry , William & Jasper were names used by our branch of Willsons, later spelled Wilson.
|Terri Snyder Satchwell||Alta Clementine Cusker|
Thank you for creating a memorial for Clementine in the correct cemetery. The online records for Valley Chapel Cemetery list her buried as Mrs. James Cusker. I can't seem to find her in the Washington death records though. Her daughter Georgia or Georgeann was my Great Aunt who was married to Andrew J (A. J.) Snyder the brother of my Grandfather, John Wesley Snyder. May I use Clementine's photo in my family tree on Ancestry.com?
|Cheryl ||John Herman Sanford|
Cousin Norma said you may. :)
I sent you an E-Mail, check your spam just in case.
Added by Cheryl on Nov 17, 2012 5:46 AM
|jim cook||John Gorham|
John & Desire are my 9th great granparents that must make us cousins....
Added by jim cook on Aug 04, 2012 4:43 AM
Feel free to use any of my photos as you need for your family search.
Smiles from Iowa
Added by Bobbi on Feb 20, 2012 3:30 PM
|Bobbi||Photos|Added by Bobbi on Feb 20, 2012 3:29 PM
|Suzanne Vanway Brooks||Michael Lincoln Chambers|
I saw your posting on Michael Lincoln Chamber from the Victory Church cemetery in Boyleston, Illinois.
His wife, Catharine (Kate) Harmon was a sister to my Great-great Grandmother, Mary Anna Harmon Cunningham. My father, Nelson Dale Vanway always referred to her as 'Aunt Kate'.
I had 'Jacob' Cunningham listed as father of John T Cunningham?? But I didn't have his mother's name??
John Thomas Cunningham, my Great-great Grandfather and Mary Anna Harmon Cunningham had 4 children, Nora Eleanor (my Grandmother), Benjamin Franklin Cunningham, Emma Viola Cunningham, and Charles Russell Cunningham.
Your bio is very interesting-you have contibuted a lot!!
|Whispers From The Grave||RE: Baby Herschell|
Thank you for the kind message you left me. It is greatly appreciated. Baby Herschell is a special project that I felt led to work on. I try to get there once a month and make sure everything is okay with the grave. As soon as I get a little extra money, my goal is to at least put up a funeral marker. I found that this would be cheaper than a stone and at least the poor little baby will have something to be remembered by. :o)
|Delores W. Roe||Mary Jane Fitzsimmons|
Hello June, I finally was able to delete the extra memorial offering. I don't know why I could not the other day.
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||Sanford's|
I see that you are also a Sanford researcher. My line is mainly from Michigan. I wanted you to know that I have found my ggg-grandfather Asa Sanford. He is another son of William and Abigail Simmons Sanford. I have one more gg-grandfather to find, George Damon Sanford, here in Michigan.
I love the Findagrave site. Your contributions are wonderful,
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