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|Brock Ridgway||HARRIET A. CAMPBELL BRADBURY FELTON|
To Whom it Concerns: Harriet was my 4th Great-Grandmother and her obituary published in the Norcatur Register (Edition 19 APR 1901) states the following: b. 16 JAN 1806 Harrison County, Kentucky d. 16 APR APR 1901 Norcatur, Decatur, Kansas. Harriet was born Campbell and married first to my 4th Great-Grandfather John Bradbury b.1812; d.1844 and second to Charles Felton b.1805; d.1878. All of Harriet's children were with John Bradbury and it would be most helpful to all genealogist if you would list her name with the Bradbury connection. Harriet had no children with Charles Felton as he, too, was a widower with his own children from his first wife. Please visit my family tree on Ancestry.com for complete details( RIDGWAY-BECHTEL-PELZL-WHELAN FAMILY TREE 10 JUN 2012 found at http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/3799446/family?fpid=-1488496646)
My thanks, Brock G. Ridgway
|Cyndi Saxton Jorae||Updates|
Thanks for taking care of these updates so quickly. You do a wonderful job.
|Barbara McCully||Joseph Kious|
Thank you so much for linking him to his mother! Beat Regards-Barb McCully
|Tina Cooke||RE: Greenlee Cem|
Thanks so very much !
|Tina Cooke||Greenlee Cem|
Hello,I was wondering if I could use the photos of Margaret Josephine Scarbrough Spoone and her mother,Dessie Ada Jordan Kidwell Scarbrough Wolfenbarger for my FTM,I will give you and Find A Grave the credit,of course?
|K L Bonnett||William W Miller|
You are right. I goofed. William C was right above entry for William W in Co H 5th Iowa records so did copy and paste wrong one for the edit. Also "Headstones for Deceased Civil War Veterans" has copy of request for William W Miller's headstone with delivery instructions for that cemetery. Will send another edit with the correct information. Thanks for the heads up!
|Visiting the Past||RE: Emogene Growcock Hardisty # 76542729|
Cherokee County popped up when I entered Silver City into my family tree on Ancestry.com. Ancestry's database is obviously incorrect in this case. Thanks for letting me know. I have corrected the information in my tree.
|Jerry and Barb Dingeldein||Infant Dingeldine|
Dear Mr. Greenlee,
I have been trying to establish the gender of the Dingeldine infant buried in the Norcatur Cemetery for many years, thanks to your photo of the funeral home marker, you have provided another lead for me. There certainly must be an error in records at the Decatur Co. Clerk's office, as every now and again the name Gladys Edith (Dingeldine), pops up as the name of the baby. This in fact is incorrect, Gladys was the second child born to E. C. and Annie M. Dingeldine on 4 Feb. 1899. The infant Dingeldine was born 13 Aug 1900 and died 16 Aug 1900, when Gladys was only about one yr. old. The Dingeldines left KS and moved back home to Washington, IL around 1910 or 1911. Edward Charles and Anna Malinda, were my grandparents. They died in Logansport, Cass, Indiana, he in 1954 and she in 1955. Gladys Dingeldine Wilson died in the same town in 1972. Logansport is my home and is where my mom and dad both lived. I received a copy of the death notice for the infant, however it doesn't give a name nor gender. These are the two points I'm extremely interested in. I will attempt to contact the Brantley Funeral home in Atwood in hope of records about the infant still on file. If you would like to correspond with me, my address is firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, it would please me if you would be so kind to remove your erroneus post re: infant Dingeldine. Thanks again for posting the marker. Jerry Dingeldein
|jm Doyle||Joseph Cleland|
I am looking for relatives of Joseph's grandmother Jane. My grandmother was a cleland. I am hoping to find out about all of Janes and Joseph SR children. I assume you are a descendant too. My email is email@example.com
My Name is Jeannie Doyle and I live in WI. I grew up going to the farm Hugh's brother James homesteaded and built in Grand Marsh.
Added by jm Doyle on Feb 03, 2013 4:32 PM
|Floyd Lanny Martin||RE: Infant Rivers 84506480|
Glad to make the effort but I have all these on my computer so it is not really much of an effort
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