|Brad Melton (#48152425)|
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Retired Army nurse; still work part time as an RN and still enjoy walking the hills, hollers and creek beds where my Dad's family has lived going into the ninth generation now.|
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|Edith Blankenship||daine Taylor Bolton|
My husband is the great grandson of Robert B. Bolton/Bolan and Adaline Taylor. We are very interested in this branch of his family and have some information about the descendants of Adaline in which you may be interested. We have linked her son Robert Elexander Bolan to her in Findagrave, but we do not have burial locations for her other children.
We worked with Charles Anglin on this family for a number of years. If you have further information, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (256) 234-7218.
|Joyce Coker||Charlie Stinnett|
Thank you for the bio and historical perspective.
|Marilee Mouser||Sally Mouser|
Brad, thank you for setting up the memorial for Sally Withers Mouser, wife of George D. Mouser. I am trying to do the same as I find burial info for people who don't have memorials. You mentioned "ongoing research", which made me think you might know more??? I am working on my family tree--the Mousers. I do not know when Sally died. I am also stuck on son Peter Mouser, b. abt 1846, Hart County. All 3 of his bros are buried in the Houk Cemetery in Metcalfe Co. I have no records for PEter after the 1870 census (and there is an unknown Mouser buried in same cemetery, d. 1879). But I also have a wife and a son that possibly are his---I just can't sew the fragments together, so if you know anything, please let me know. And, again, thank you for setting up this memorial! Enjoy your hills and hollers! Marilee Mouser
|Anonamouse||RE: Bob Wingo|
|Sharon Franz ||RE: Pleasant Reynolds Manes and Family|
Thank you for replying. I have just started trying to piece together our family history. My cousin from Fort Worth is coming and we are basically going to spend our time on the computer putting together all the information we can find. Thank you once again for the information or any information you can share is most appreciated.
|Sharon Franz ||Pleasant Reynolds Manes|
I'm so happy you have some of my family tree and history. Pleasant Reynolds Manes was my great great great grandfather. I have recently started researching my family tree for my children and grandchildren. I only wished I was interested in it while my parents were alive. My first cousins and I are most interested in it since there are only 4 of us with me being the youngest. Thank you so much for the information and pictures.
|Dympna Beckett Joyce||Gretchen D. Urdang|
I was not the creator of Gretchen's Memorial, I added a flower because the Creator had passed away,
However on checking it, it looks like there is someone looking after this Memorial. (Cindy Wadding).
You could resend the message to Cindy and she should be able to make any changes you want,
hope this helps
Thank you for the transfer.
Added by kc on Jan 21, 2016 4:44 AM
|Julie McLaughlin - Wilson||RE: Memorial# 16918855|
Not sure why 16918349 didn't pull up for you, it came right up for me....maybe a wrong number was entered? Thanks for the memories about Van; he was a cousin of mine - I'll add the memory to my tree if OK with you. My Grandmother was a Moore and grew up on Moore's Bend, Cedarcreek. I've discovered that I'm pretty much related to every "old" family in that area....(Yandell, Crouch, Haworth, Stallcup, Cobb), probably you as well!
I'd love a cleaner copy; I'll send you an e-mail and I'll make sure to credit WRVHS....I have gotten ALOT of information from them, they are a fantastic resource.
|Julie McLaughlin - Wilson||Memorial# 16918855|
Concerning the photo you posted to this Memorial; would you mind if I posted this photo to the memorial of my relatives: Harry and Jesse Moore....or could you post (#26733226 & 16918349)?
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