|Lewis Sousa (#47329122)|
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|Technical and marketing writer.|
Interested in genealogy, anthropology and archeology.
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|Illinois Family||RE: Nancy W Lee Bradshaw|
Hi, the information I found about her on Ancestry.com was her parents were Thomas Lee and Annis Lee. She married Jonas Bradshaw 7 July 1836 in Greene co. When I added this memorial I thought she was in my family tree. I no longer believe that to be so. I hope this helps you. If you are on Ancestry.com look in Lee/Abbott Family tree.
|gwtwqueenie||Lieut Hubert Rochereau - Memorial# 138610996|
Thank you for removing the duplicate. It would be nice if they had a better feature to let one know they have messages.
|Illinois Family||Nancy W Lee Bradshaw|
Hello, I see she is your cousin, can you tell me if her maiden name was Brown? I wondered if Lee might have been a previous marriage? I'm looking for a Nancy W Brown that married a Jonas Bradshaw.
Your reply to me of 08/05/2013 is from a message I sent to you in 08/2010 so you can see my confusion.
Added by Gennut on Aug 18, 2013 2:27 PM
I'm sorry I don't understand. What are you refering to?
Added by Gennut on Aug 05, 2013 1:00 PM
|cliff Hunt||RE: Samuel Musgrave|
yes send me the corrections
|carol jameson||RE: Rose Marie Rocha Marshall|
Rose Marie Rocha Marshall Born: 27 Feb 1905 in Lemoore,Ca. Died: 30 Aug 2001 in Selma,Ca..Buried: Kingsburg District Cem..Kingsburg,Ca.. Parents were : George Joaquin Rocha 1878-1985 in Azores, Portugal....Virginia Contancia Silva..25 Feb 1883-1954.. Rose Marshall is the Grandmother of my daughter-in-law..
|Diane & John||Re: Rebecca Goodman|
You left some wonderful Bio information for this person in the "Leave flowers ..." section. I added the information in her Bio, so you can remove that info but leave the flowers. Thank you.
I was at the site of this cemetery last summer and I'm so grateful that the farmer has left what little there is there in regard to tombstones. It's just a pile of rocks now. However, there was one stone found earlier this year by the farmer at the edge of the cornfield of Mary C. Patterson.
I'm always happy to add extra information to the memorials that I enter.
|dhintx||RE: Grave of Jacob Wood (1827-1867)|
Actually I didn't create the memorial, just contributed a photograph of the marker. Justin created the record. I think it was his grandfather that was (or may still be) the caretaker at Mt Sinai so he had access to the records.
I do have a lot of relatives there, so back in 2010 on a visit to the county, I photographed all of the cemetery and managed to pair up most of the photos with the records that Justin created from the burial info.
Always happy to see someone obtain info on someone they have been searching for.
Added by dhintx on Oct 03, 2012 11:07 PM
I have temporarily lost Internet connection. Have to go to public wi-fi spots to get online. I hope to be up in next few days and I'll address problem with you. Sorry for delay.
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