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|I started searching my ancestors in February 2010 and have gotten hooked! Whenever I am able to locate someone after a long search it feels like such a victory.|
I spend a lot of time in the area cemeteries looking for my relatives. It is peaceful walking (or driving around) these cemeteries, a good place for me to unwind and forget the outside world for awhile. The search for these ancestors has become a great adventure.
Researching 10 different families (most in eastern Kentucky) takes a lot of time and patience. When I get stuck on one family I just move on to another for awhile.
Maybe I will have a good picture of my ancestors and be able to leave this information to my family by the time I leave this world.
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|John Blakemore Sellers||RE: John and Malinda Maggard|
Terri - Feel free to use the photographs. Hope you can keep up with all my change updates. Thanks
|John Blakemore Sellers||RE: Ancle and Helen Berry|
Hi Terri, feel free to use the photograph I took. Thanks.
Glad you are back from vacation hope you had a good time. I have a facebook with pictures of my Hoffman side and other family members you are welcome to add me as a friend if you have a facebook too.
|Kelly Konig||your hard work|
Thank you terri for all of your hard work
|Jenny Bell||RE: Rev Jesse Gambill|
Yes, of course! Please use this picture! :)
|Joe Salyers||Thomas Salyers|
I have a picture of Thomas Salyers and his wife, Mary, if you are interested. Thomas is my great great great great grandfather.
Gladys lost a son Donald Hoffman a couple years back from a massive heart attack her husband George passed away from liver cancer, and her daughter Patricia Hoffman Zornes passed away at the age of 43 from pneumonia. My husband and I lost a son George Ray Hoffman in 1977. I would be glad to help you on your family tree with Gladys' family I also work of both side of my husbands and my family.
|Judy Hoffman||RE: Hoffman|
Hi Terri, Glad to meet you my mother-in-law is buried in black oak cemetery as soon as the rain subsides so I am able to climb the hill where she, george(her husband, and her sister Dorothy Askins is buried I will take there pictures of their monuments I don't think Dorothy has a monument and she is buried at the foot of Gladys and George's grave. If you email me your mailing address I will send you copies of all of my husband's family that we have. If you happen to be in the Vanceburg area I would like to meet you at the library in town or at the cemetery and show you where everyone of her family are buried at Black Oak.
Also, I have facebook with pictures of most of them please send me a request for a friend I will be at the library Thursday.
|Lori Johnson||RE: James W Price 60026135|
FYI-Just noticed that you created two memorials for James...one day apart. Thanks for permission to use your photos!
|Lori Johnson||James W Price 60026135|
I am requesting permission to use the photo of James' grave in my family tree. Thank you! Lori Johnson
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