|Janet LaMotte (#46988542)|
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I am retired and enjoy working on genealogy as a hobby. I have a masters degree from the University of Oklahoma and I'm using my research skills to hunt down my ancestors.|
www.findagrave.com is a terrific web site.
My ancestors include but are not limited to:
Allison, Campbell, Morris, Johnson, Holdsworth, Baird, Kirkpatrick, Phillippi, Worley, Sweeney, Vaught, Watson, Dale, Wheeler, Hoyt, Newman
I make an effort to connect husbands, wives and families using obituaries and census records.
As many of you know, I have spent hours taking photos in the Rose Hill Cemetery in order to create memorials. I also do research in the Oklahoma Historical Society Library for some of my memorials.
Member: Oklahoma Historical Society, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Civil War Trust, Friends of Mt Vernon, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, National Women's History Museum, Pulaski Co KY Historical Society, Cornerstone Genealogical Society (PA), Morrow Co OH Genealogical Society, Osborne Co KS Historical Society.
Use the "Suggest a Correction" feature on the appropriate memorial to submit information or any requests. I follow the Find-A-Grave guidelines regarding the transfer of memorials. Any transfer requests should only be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
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|Dianna Flynn||#89838364 & #89838154|
The memorials mentioned above belong to my late cousin, Margaret and her 1st husband. Would you consider releasing the 2 memorials to me to maintain. Margaret Townsley, at age 11, her mother went on a rampage killing three other siblings and wounding Margaret in 1926. Margaret only survived by climbing out a window. Ruth, her mother trying to kill herself with the same gun, but lived. I think we look at it today as postpartim depression. I have been looking for Margaret's grave for several years and have now found her and her first husband. I understand that she must have remarried a Brown. But I see she was buried under Stewart, her 1st husbands name.
|Bill Reynolds||Edwin Ball|
How can his mother be Catherine if she died in 1830 and he was born in 1835?
|angela d||RE: William & Emma Parnell|
your very welcome. I went last sunday but just got them up. I actually added a parnell to I think. It was a baby.
Added by angela d on Mar 03, 2014 5:50 PM
|L. B.||RE: William & Florence Taylor|
I really appreciate you updating so quickly.
Added by L. B. on Mar 01, 2014 10:32 AM
|Woodlief||RE: Harry Hamilton|
Janet, thank you so much for linking Harry Hamilton to his family. Also, adding his obituary. The only wrong thing in it was stating he was born in Columbus, Ohio, which he was actually born on his father's farm in rural Vinton, Gallia County, Ohio. Harry was their 2nd born child. I only have two other siblings of his to find and have linked; and then, all twelve children will be shown. Completion gives satisfaction. Thanks again - Alice Woodlief
Added by Woodlief on Feb 27, 2014 9:28 PM
|ranny||Gennette Rusk Sandy|
Thanks for the updates!
Randy O'Guin, ranny 47208269
Part of my One Name Study of the O'Guins
Added by ranny on Feb 24, 2014 1:03 PM
|Anita Newton McKinney||RE: Raymond & Gerald Frazier|
That's okay, Janet. I just wanted to let you know because I've seen others who listed their surname incorrectly. Census records can be frustrating.
Have a good day,
|Phil & Kathi||RE: Omer & Birdie Huffman|
Glad we could help. I linked Birdie with Omer.
|Catherine Hiesiger||RE: CA Zan Williams|
Hey, it was the Wild West. Really! Thank you for all of your amazing efforts to preserve history.
|Catherine Hiesiger||CA Zan Williams|
What a special surprise to be able to locate my great uncle's gravesite! Thank you so very, very much for devoting precious time to this. I am forever grateful. I couldn't locate a death date for him, so finding his grave was such a wonderful find. His father, Jim Williams, was a newspaper editor who was assassinated by a disgruntled politician (Clarence Douglas) in 1897 because of a satirical article that he printed. Just thought you might find that interesting.
Catherine Williams Hiesiger
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