|Angie M. York/McCallister/Lewis (#47909147)|
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My main lines are York, Anderson, Biddle and Anthony, but i do work on all the other lines that are linked in with them. I am willing to help, with the info i have on my lines.|
We started this tree about 1984. It was harder then, ppl didn't use the internet to work on family trees, you had to make calls, write letters, go places to look things up, things like that. After a few years i started my family and worked alot, so there wasn't much time to work on it, so much wasn't done. About a year i put it online. I have gotten so much more info in the last year, then we ever did the old way. Got to love the internet. Now i have more time to work on it. I will try my best to keep every thing updated. Thank You Every One.
York Family Flower is the White Rose
White roses are given to those who are innocent, reverent, and pure. They are very commonly used in weddings. They can also be given as a sign of secrecy. A white rosebud is used to show girhood.
A white rose that has been dried means "Death is Preferable to Loss of Virtue". A whithered white rose represents fleeting beauty, or given to show that no impression was made.
-War of Roses-
Wars of the Roses, (1455–85), in English history, the series of dynastic civil wars whose violence and civil strife preceded the strong government of the Tudors. Fought between the Houses of Lancaster and York for the English throne, the wars were named many years afterward from the supposed badges of the contending parties: The white rose of York and the red of Lancaster.
Beech Grove Cemetery
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|L & R||Bumgardner|
changes made. :)
Added by L & R on Nov 17, 2013 10:41 AM
|Jana Thompson||York line|
We are both descended from royalty :) I hope to get all my royals on the tree soon.
|Jana Thompson||RE: Anna|
I am not sure. I will have to check my records on my website and software. I know I have photographed it, but not sure if that is my photograph. There are two pages for Ann, and they need to be merged. Find A Grave's page does not have much on it, but it does have a nice picture of her when she was younger. I will check my file. Either way, that is their headstone located in the cemetery at Hill Park, her family's former property.
|John Hostetler||RE: Sheila L. Turner Ferrell|
Am not family.
|Diana Davis-Marshall||Phillips memorials|
Ok - I've done the corrections and this led me to more and more research...you know how that goes?! Anyway - with all of us working, it's great what we can do! Thanks for your help!
|Jen||Grubbs at Mt Pleasant|
I added Gordon's middle initial as well as the info for Edith and Glenn with the exception of their death locations. The SSDI does not offer that infornation. It only includes the last known residence or the last place the checks were sent. Edith died in Albany not Muncie. Let know if you can confirm his and I will gladly add it.
Added by Jen on Sep 12, 2013 10:32 AM
|Lori||RE: Hattie J.B. Phillips|
Picture correction made. Thanks for letting me know I had erred on my name clicking.
Added by Lori on Sep 10, 2013 6:54 PM
|Kathy in NW Indiana||Bowman|
Thanks for the updates.
|Tammy York Orman & Timothy||Maggie York|
Thank you for adding the photo, and for the extra info. It's nice to have a picture to go with her name :)Thanks !!!!
|Mike Porter||Francis Hinton|
Thanks for the info. I made the updates and links.
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