|P. Lewis Barker (#47038410)|
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My Grandfather Lewis was always very proud of his family history. His Tenney family came to America Dec. 1638 to Salem, Mass on the sailing ship-John, that also carried the first printing press. A different part of my Grandfather's family tree line came to Texas in late 1830s. I am a 5th generation Texan. Yep! I do have a great deal of Texas Pride!|
Since the mid 1980s, I have been researching family lines for my family & my husband's family.
Some of these families are: Adams, Baker, Bland, Barker, Bartlett, Bishop, Brown, Brunson, Brown, Caufield, Cheives/Cheeves, Coker, Dollar, Draper, Feagin, Grounds, Harp, Iley/Ivey, King, Latham, Lewis, Martin, McCauley, Pearson, Pitts, Price, Tenney, Thacker, Windham, Yocham/Yocum, Young.
Just to let you know--I like to do this little project on findagrave. I call it my "After-Life" Family Reunion project. What I do is try to track down the information on all the children of one my or my husband's ancestors, then I see if that child has a memorial page on findagrave. Then I like to request a link between the child-that I found & their parents. So if I request an edit on your memorial page, that doesn't mean I would like it transfer to me, I am just trying to re-unite my or my husband's ancestor's families. If I really, really would like a transfer, then I will request, very politely, if a transfer would be possible.
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Anita Bird, Beth Sellars, Clyde and Sandr..., Dennis Barker, Doris Grizzle, Judith Marshall..., Karl Lewis, Linda Barnard, Mary Maurer, Mindy Childs, Patrick Lombard..., robertsgr2015, Scott James, Tracy Saylor
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|Janet Mullins Ward||Allie M (Pitts) Murphy|
I am about to submit an edit for her death date but wanted to let you know the source. I found her death certificate in Navarro County, which is dated 1932, not 1931. If she has a tombstone I guess you should leave it, but since there isn't a photo of it on the Memorial, I am going to assume there may not be one.
I am not related and don't wish a transfer.
|robertsgr2015||RE: Mary Lillian Barker Kropp|
I am so glad to hear all the good news! We will continue to pray for you both.
I have added Bessie, Josephine, Milburn (all were General Jackson's sisters), and Wilburn Kropp (the only brother I can find). There was also a still born daughter, Annie Kathryn in 1926.
Don't know if you needed all that info, but there is no charge for it.
I appreciate your efforts in helping me.
|robertsgr2015||Mary Lillian Barker Kropp|
Hi, again. I just needed to let you know, that Silas T's wife's name was Mary Francis Abney. I'm not sure where Mary Lillian came from, but I knew grandma Armstrong, (her last husband's name) very well.
Are you guys well? I hope so. Keep up the good work.
Hi! I have not received anything explaining the #s. Perhaps you could send them directly to my email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also I added you to my findagrave friends, if this is not OK let me know.
Hi, again. I just spoke with my sister about Bessie Lee Kropp. Bessie was one of General Jackson's sisters. Now I have to start digging up the rest of them.
The numbers you gave me with the Kropp names; is there some way I can use them on findagrave, or are they cemetery #s.
|robertsgr2015||RE: Silas memorial|
Thank you for allowing me to administer Silas' memorial, and for the info you have provided.
I know it is unimportant to you, but General Jackson Kropp only had two daughters. My mother Virginia, and her half-sister Jewel. As for Bessie Lee, I am checking to see where she might fit in.
I won't say that I am not related to the Barkers; after some of the things I have learned through this jaunt thru my heritage, I now know that anything is possible:).
Again, thank you, and if I can be of any help just let me know.
Hi, I want thank you for the Silas T Kropp memorial. He was my great grandfather, and though I was blind, and could not see him, "Little Grandpa T" always had the time to tell me stories. It was not until after he passed away that I became aware that he, too, was legally blind. If you would allow me, I will be more than happy to administer his memorial.
Also, I would truly appreciate any photos of him that you you might share. Thank you GRR
|Linda Douglass||RE: Bessie Brown|
yes, that is the one, i always try to remember that not all of the people taking the Census information knew how to spell that well. i think the Huse is actually Hughes.
|Linda Douglass||RE: Carl C. Brown|
Bessie married Fred F Hughes (1880-), they had two daughters: Bertha (1911-) & Evelin (1915-)
|Lizham71||memorial correction sent|
please email me a email@example.com about the correction you sent about this memorial
Added by Lizham71 on Jan 27, 2015 1:32 PM
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