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I am a 15 year old Genealogy Nut. I love doing genealogy and spend most of my spare time researching it and riding my horse, Danny, who is my profile picture.|
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|Viv Frazier||Brown family|
Hello again. Just wanted to touch base with you. I think my mom and I could share some info/pics with you, particularly on my grandfather Ernie Brown's line. Mom has done a great deal of research. Also, I know of another descendent of Charlie and Corda's, who would be interested. And another descendent of George and Millie Brown's who is anxious to share with you. Once again, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. I check my spam folder frequently so I won't miss something. Looking forward to hearing from you.
|Viv Frazier||Brown Family|
I am thrilled to hear from you!
Yes, I would love to visit more with you about the family, and to see more photos. My mother would be as well.
My email is email@example.com.
I look forward to hearing from you.
|Viv Frazier||Brown family Nebraska|
Hi. Ernest and Florence Cassel Brown were my paternal grandparents. William and Mary Emma Baird Brown were my great grandparents.
Could you please tell me where you got those incredible pics of Grandma Mary? I've never seen them. Grandad Ernest Brown died before I was born, but I had the joy and privilege and knowing and loving Grandma Florence Brown. What connection do you have with the Brown's? I would love to hear from you.
|Pilar Pedraza||Waterloo Cemetery|
I'm with KWCH TV and am working on a story about the trees being cut down at the Waterloo Cemetery in Kingman. I found your picture of the cemetery here on Find a Grave and was wondering if you'd give us permission to use the picture in our story, assuming it goes to air? We'd give you a courtesy line, noting that it was your picture, not ours. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or in the newsroom at 316-831-6130.
|RBaker||William Richard Brown|
Seeking this man's Father and hitting a dead end. Wondering how you obtained WR Brown's Unit (18th Iowa Infantry Co D)? I do not find him listed in that unit in Iowa, I do see a William R Brown listed with the 4th Iowa Light Artillery Battery. I am not suggesting a change to his record but would appreciate learning more about this gentleman. Thanks
Added by RBaker on Feb 09, 2015 9:01 AM
|OregonGardenGal||Photo of Huldah Carson Gibson|
I am pleased you have connected this photo to the listing (but would be better if left on Hulda's memorial page). That said, you apparently located this photo on my online website "Connie's Family History Pages"... This photo (unframed) was originally shared with me by fellow researcher and family member Mary June Butler. I would appreciate if you will please acknowledge the source of photos posted. Hulda was my 3rd GGrandmother. Thanks :)
|Stuart Murray||Matida Adkins Gibson|
Here's what I know. Matilda's parents were Philip Adkins (b. 9 Jan 1828, Galia, Jackson Co, Ohio, d. 4 Feb 1911 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, USA but buried in Avard, Woods Co, OK), mother was Eliza Jane Crabb (b.abt 1833 in Illinois, d. 1858 in Iowa) Matilda's maiden name was E. Matilda Adkins. Since my Wife's side is Adkins, Philip's father was Lewis Adkins Jr. and mother was Nancy (nee Harmon) Adkins. My Mother-in-Law's cousin, Maureen Gobel in Fairbury, Nebraska is the curator of all things Adkins. There are PDF files under Lewis Adkins in my family tree that are more detailed about the Adkins's family lineage. Strangely enough, Philip Adkin's farmed near where I grew up in Buffalo, Oklahoma. Woods county is the next county east of Harper County in Oklahoma. I had family in Alva Oklahoma, so I passed the turn off to Avard on Highway 64 every time I went to Alva. Avard is only about 5 miles south of Highway 64 and about 9 miles west of Alva. The grain elevator is the identifying feature for Avard. My email is email@example.com if you would like me to email some of the PDF files on the Adkins family.
|Stuart Murray||Matilda Adkins Gibson|
Hi, unfortunately I don't have any family information to add other than what I have found in Census documents. I am filling in my wife's side of the family tree. Usually when I find a memorial in Find-A-Grave, I try to fill in the blanks if there are any. My Wife's cousin and I are trying to trace down any information about Lewis Adkins Sr's early years before 1800 in Virginia (now West Virginia). But we haven't had any luck yet. There are several Lewis Adkins back in the area and several haven't panned out. I have found Find-A-Grave a great source of information because folks have posted obituaries and other sources that help fill in the gaps. Sorry if I haven't been much help. Our family tree is available to view on Ancestry.com as "Murray-Eno Family Tree".
|ValJ||Sgt Nicholas Petrie|
Sorry for the mixup. I just read you post and thought you wanted to know if Nicholas had a son named Jeremiah so I sent the memorial. I will keep looking!
Added by ValJ on Jul 21, 2014 9:16 AM
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