|Bob Trapp (#46998499)|
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I have been interested in my family since I was 5 years old, but did not start doing family research until 1990. I have been on staff at the Oakland California Family Search Library from 1991 to the present day. After I retired in 2010 I have had lots of time for family research and in searching for my family I have been many places in the United States and to England and the Netherlands across the big "little" pond.|
I work with my wife to take pictures and visit cemeteries that she has entered over the years so together we have entered many memorials and pictures.
I'm a native Californian, born in the San Francisco Bay area. I have been married twice and have 3 children and 5 grandchildren.
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|Brenda T.||Jennie Garner|
Thank you Bob for finding my G-Great-Grandmother's cemetery location.
God bless, Brenda
|Hamilton Smith||Bob Trapp|
Your name is familiar to me from the City of Irvine, 1978 -
|Judy *Lashley* Johnson||Chrystal Snow Webb Borsch|
This was my mother, her mother was Rebecca (Elsie) *Parsley* Webb, born Dec. 27, 1893, died March 20, 1963. My grandmother Webb had more siblings than noted: There was theodore, Theodric, (Tad) Mollie, Candis, and Hazel. I lived with my grandparents, was 13 when grandmother passed, 19 when grandfather. I have lot of info. On This Webb and Parsley, and Houchen (Houchin) line.
|RMcGuire||Howard Thornton Russell|
I added the information you passed along regarding Howard Russell. If this is a family member and you would like me to transfer the memorial over to you please let me know.
Thank you for the additional information.
Added by RMcGuire on Jul 11, 2015 2:23 PM
|Pat||RE: Wood Cemetery|
Both cemeteries are in Cannon Co. Tn, Wood Cemetery is in Readyville Tn., West of Woodbury,the county seat. The Wood Church of Christ Cemetery is in the Short Mt Community, North of Woodbury.
Added by Pat on Jun 09, 2015 10:23 PM
|Sandra Lennox||RE: Capt J. Fuller|
The Society of Mayflower Descendants if you
look again has: Josiah (Capt.) Sept. 3, 1805,
84 years. They have him listed as being
buried at "Old Burying Ground" Kingston, MA.
How can he buried at Evergreen Cemetery (which
does share a boarder) when Evergreen was not
established until 1853?
Bob I am not here to have disputes with volunteers.
You are your own manager and can do what you want.
I live locally and know the cemeteries.
I was just trying to help you out.
|Donald Miller||Mary Cruise grave|
Mary Cruise's grave is not in Morrison Cemetery. Per her obituary, she is buried in Bethany Church of Christ Cemetery. She is listed there and does have a Find A Grave#. If Mr. Merriman is buried in Morrison Cemetery, there is no marker. Hope this helps!
|Sherry Spence Hatcher||RE: Edison De Reus|
Apparently not, The man that runs the grounds showed me exactly where the plot was and that was it. Sorry. :( The only thing I can think of is he is buried with them.
|R L Marvin||RE: Stanford Family|
Sorry there are no markers, and thanks for your note. R l Marvin
|naominlester||RE: De Reus Family|
I have no information. Best of luck.
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