|Michelle Rhea (#46904350)|
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Love research, cemeteries, photography, genealogy (and many other non-findagrave related things). |
I am happy to make corrections, add info, make family links, if you request them. I will also gladly transfer memorials to you if you are more closely related than I am to the person in question. In addition, anyone is free to use the photos I post here in their family trees, just please either post a link to the website you find them on and/or list me as the photographer and copyright holder. Thank you!
My maternal lines: Grigsby, Allen, Landers, Boase, Kimmel, Bates, Fuller, Shipman, Farris, Fetter, McCollum, Hortenstine, Cox, Fraim...
My paternal lines: Rhea, Miller, Fannin, Clement, Patterson, Chaney, Barnett, Knight, Shelton, Partain, Doak, McGee, McCullar, Skaggs...
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|Willie Currier||We Maybe related|
Hi, We may be related. My Mother was Dorothy Jane Currier born Hamilton, My grand mother was Lorene Hamilton bore Boase, her father James Monroe Boase, her mother Sarah Olive Boase, here is my question I have Sarah's maiden name as (Brock) if you can help!!
All of the above are buried in Wesley Chapel Cemetery in Bluff Dale
Any further help???
And I want to Thank-You for your hard work. My Wife and Kids now live in Washington State, where my father (Arthur Earl Currier) is/was from and buried with his mother and father and brothers
|Sherry Goolsby||RE: Chaney|
Thanks for the transfer.
Hope U have a great evening.
|Kelly Rose||RE: Thank you!|
I also added a photo of Nancy Sager Harvey. She is buried near Samuel so I assume she is related.
John Love Snowden, son of Sam S. Snowden killed John Wesley Hardin's younger brother Jeff Hardin in a gunfight in a saloon in Clairemont, Kent Co., TX in 1901 (self defense).
We covered the event in our book "A Lawless Breed, John Wesley Hardin, Texas Reconstruction, and Violence in the Wild West, Hardbound, UNT Press, Denton, TX; list $29.95 (a best Seller)Authors Chuck Parsons & Norman Wayne Brown.
Visit us at the National Cowboy Symposium Set. 6th & 7th for a signed copy.
Added by Sundown on Sep 04, 2013 9:49 AM
|Mary Agnes Hammett||RE: Thank you!|
You are welcome. Glad I could be of some help.
|T. Walker||Rhea family|
I am a descendant of Jesse and Catherine Bruce Rhea, who were the parents of Robert, William, John (father of Clifton McCoy Rhea); Melissa; Lucretia; Jesse, Jr.; and James Henry. I descend from James. I would be very happy to hear from anyone interested in this line. I have a lot of information after 40+ years of searching. However, Jesse Rhea is a brick wall, except we know his father's name was James. Would love to discuss this family and their allied lines with anyone interested. (Others in this line are Bruce, Lampton, Taylor, Schooler, etc.)
Teresa email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry, forgot to add his Find A Grave number, #513-931-97
Thank you for all of your accurate postings on the Clement family. Could I ask to have Robert Frank Clement transfered to my care? He is my great-grandfather and I would like to add his children and wife to his profile.
Thank you very much,
|Władysław Ference||Rhea Mills, Texas|
Hi Michelle, just wanted to let you know I created a Wiki-Pedia article about Rhea Mills - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhea_Mills,_Texas -
and used the Find-A-Grave memorials as citations. They make for a much more interesting article. Best regards, Walter
|John R Havens III||andrew havens|
hello my name is john havens i just discoverd u were the one who added my great granfathers death certificate. i was just curious on where u found it and if you have any more information on andrew lee havens or any others havens related
thnk you very very much
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