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|Nebord||RE: William Kirkpatrick Jones|
Richard. So what is your lineage to Elizabeth, daughter of Lemuel & Sarah Jones? We must be cousins.
Samuel & Sarah are also my 3rd great grandparents. They begat William Kirkpatrick Jones, with his first wife Mary Jefris Whitman begat John Montgomery Jones, who with his wife Martha Bell Means begat Pearl May Jones, who with her husband Carl Alfred Carlsen begat my mother Angie Elizabeth Carlsen. Angie and her husband John Edward Cook begat me, John Keith Cook, born Feb 21 1935.
I can give you more complete data if you want it.
Do you know whether we are related to John Luther "Casey" Jones the famous railroader Casey Jones? If so, how are we connected?
Thanks. J. Keith Cook in Omaha (Find A Grave #4886444)
Added by Nebord on Jul 26, 2014 11:34 AM
Submitted info on the new edit feature, would not let me send info on the other parent...emailed you. Would appreciate it, at your leisure to check your emails.
Added by Debbie on Jul 09, 2014 1:18 AM
Richard, A BIG Thank You for the Hamilton transfers! I so appreciate it!
All the best,
Added by Debra on May 10, 2014 2:18 AM
|Dogwood777||Memorial# 76665390 - Catharine Keeny|
The memorial for Catharine (Miller) Keeny that you posted in 2011 is for the same person as Memorial# 21201314 - Catharine Babylon posted in 2007.
Catharine Miller was married three times to William Mummert, Emanual Babylon, and John Y. Keeny.
She is probably buried with Emanuel Babylon. His memorial seems to indicate that they share a stone.
|Kaye||RE: Ephriam Bair|
Thanks so much.
Added by Kaye on Nov 14, 2013 1:52 PM
|Laura Hickle||Iona Danner|
I just wanted to let you know I have the text for Iona's obituary that ran in the Astoria South Fulton Argus if you are interested, or the link is here:
I manage the online obituaries for the Argus-Searchlight / Astoria South Fulton Argus so if there are any others in the south Fulton County area you might be interested in, just let me know. The online obituaries are not yet complete but I have access to their microfilm and can upload obituaries as I have time.
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||RE: Trimmer|
Thanks Richard, I've seen several different ones that were used and they are so much nicer than the ones provided by the site. Sheila
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||Trimmer|
Hi Richard, I have added the headstone for Rebecca & John Trimmer at Mummerts Meetinghouse and I noticed your flowers, they are beautiful, is there a site online that you found them, Sheila
|Helen McCarty||Moscoe B. Venters|
Thank you so much for adding this picture.
Moscoe was my mothers youngest brother. One of twelve children born to my grandparents ,Dave and Sarah LaVenna ,Herron, Ventrs. Nine children,livd to be grown and three died at birth an very young age.
Moscoe and two of two his nephews, David Lee Thompson and Leslie Edward Venters and my Uncle Moscoe served in the Pacific all in the Marines,on the same Island for awhile in WW2. His older brother served in the Army.ion the Phillipines Two sisters worked at defense plant in Ohio as ,also served at the USO for the service men along with their cousin who had a brother in the Navy. Sundays it was not unusual for my grandmother to served a hot dinner for service men,from USO.She only hoped some one would do the same for her sons. My gramdmother had flags in her windows for the men in our family. Two sons,two sons inlaw,4 grandsons, one 2nd cousin and later there where three more grandsons that served thier country. Happy to stay none was injured, except my oldest brother sufferd from shell shock, when his buddy got blowed up next to him. Thank you and may God Bless you.
|klassikat||RE: Martha Ann Ewing - Hurley - Jump|
Okies....I've tried calling the Chesterton Cemetery to see if she is buried there with William Jump but they don't answer the phone. Her first husband, Robert Hurley is how I am related but very very distantly. If you find out where, let me know and I'll link her to the cemetery from the site I created for her. Take care. Andi
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