|L.W. Webb (#47630580)|
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I live where I was born and raise, I'm married & have two grown children, and three grandchildren.|
Our family was early pioneers of this county we call home.
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Brian, Diggin for one, Holley Izard, J. P. Webb, M.J. Beard, Mason, Michigan, Nancy Christens..., Randy Gladstone, Rodney Jewett, Rowena AtLee, scott shattuck
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|Gordon Briggs||English ancestry|
Hi LW - I'm a 4th cousin of your father, we share great great great grandparents William and Elizabeth Shaw, nee White, innkeepers of the Masons Arms, Worsborough, Yorkshire, England. Do you know if your middle name, Wesley, originates from William Wesley Wilson 1842-1864, whose memorial is in North Aurelius Cemetery, and who wrote the moving poem The Prisoner's Refrain? Gordon Briggs.
|Sandra Eichner||Caleb Smith|
My family is the name Dibble. Caleb m. Ella Dibble. I was wondering if you have any pics of them or their boys Forest and Howard? Thanks,
|Diggin for one||Arthur Clark|
Hi L W
I was cleaning out my in box. When I reread your message to me, I realized I had not made this transfer to you. We are distant cousins, I am related to Wilson Clark. So I will check back on his memorial periodically looking for photos and family information.
Sorry that I don't know anything about these graves. I can see what I can find out at the local historical society...Kim
Added by Tink on Mar 29, 2012 7:28 PM
|Holley Izard||RE: Holley relationship|
Yes, you are right on Isaac's children as I have them. Some were already in Find A Grave.
I'd love to hear your stories of Michigan sometime, particularly family tales you may have been told growing up. I heard stories of the Land Run, but none of earlier generations. Joseph Holley has a bio. in Cutler's History of Kansas and his son, Edward, has one in the History of Neosho County, so those contain about all I know. Edward remembered the trek by ox-drawn wagon from Illinois to Kansas and the near-starvation they endured in the early years.
|J. P. Webb||Re: Family records|
I have added a few more family members today to your Holley line !!
|Holley Izard||Holley relationship|
I've been corresponding for a few days with your wife. I am also a descendant of Isaac and Rosanna Holley, so I think we may be third cousins or thereabouts. I have emailed for years with Pat Diehnelt, who lives in Wisconsin and is from the line of Isaac's son, Alfred Judson, and also with Marie Robinson & Kali' Rourke of Austin, TX who are from the line of Benjamin and Mary Jane Hair. Pat came to spend a week with me in Greenville, TX about 3 years ago and we met the other two in Waco, TX. I continue to be in contact with all of them.
My gr-gr grandfather, Joseph, was in Illinois in 1865, as were his brothers Benjamin and John T. They apparently went back to Michigan and he went on to Neosho Co., Kansas in 1868. His son, Frank Zera and wife Mary Ellen, made the Okla. Land Run of 1889. I grew up in Ada, Okla. in the house they built in 1901.
Please fill me in a little on your line of descent. If we can help each other fill in the blanks that would be great. Would love to hear from you. Holley Izard
I'm happy to transfer Caroline Townsend's memorial to you as requested. Let me know if there are any others you would like transfered.
Added by Brian on Nov 21, 2011 6:31 AM
|Brian||Uriah H. Townsend|
I transferred Uriah Townsend's memorial as you requested. Please let me know if there are others that you'd like.
Added by Brian on Nov 08, 2011 7:20 PM
|Brian||Sarah Palmer Memorial|
I transferred the Sarah Palmer memorial to you as you requested.
Added by Brian on Nov 07, 2011 4:13 PM
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