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I'm picking up where my mother, grandmother, & great-grandmother left off. So I guess that makes me the fourth generation genealogist. I am doing genealogy for my in-laws, as well as myself & my granddaughter's fathers' line, and my children's fathers' lines. So quite a few families. Some of these include Flynn (of Ireland/Wisconsin), Mountin, Shannon (of Ireland/Wisconsin),
O'Neil (of Ireland/Wisconsin), Dingee, Gottermote/Goodermote, Dull/Doll,Larkins/Larkin,
Bice/Boyce, Terrill, Mann/Man , Lang, Hailey, Cochran, Stucky, Covey, Reed, Martin, David,
Machen/Mason/Machin/Masen, Lyman, Hoffman,
Bellamy, Hansen, Coffman/Kauffman,
Reppening, Ritter, Atterberry/Atterrberry/Aterberry,
Pickering, Durfee/Durfy, Lopez, Rodriguez,
Kimball, Wenger, Youssef/Yousef/Yousif,
El Shahed/Elshahad, just to name a few....
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|KariAnn Christiansen||William Jackson b. 1901 d. 1970|
Hi there! I saw your photo request and thought I would send you a little information on this. I am a Jackson myself, and also grew up in Manassa, so I know a lot of the history and the people. You were right in thinking that this William Jackson is actually Samuel Glenn Jackson. There were two William Jacksons. William, Sr. was born in Nephi, Juab County, Utah, and moved to Manassa, CO with his family as a teenaged boy in the 1880's. He had a son named William Gilbert Jackson, who died in 1955. William, Sr. had an older brother named Samuel. He was also born in Nephi, Juab County, Utah and moved with his family to Manassa, CO in the 1880's. Samuel, Sr. had a son named Samuel Glenn Jackson. I think this is the man you are looking for. If you would like any additional information, I'm happy to share what I can.
|Teresa Ann Reaser||William Arthur Luckey (1870 - 1935)|
Hi, My name is Teresa Reaser. I am the great granddaughter of Marion Luckey (1863 - 1955), brother to William Arthur Luckey (1870 - 1935)of which I noticed you posted a picture of William Arthur Luckey & family at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=31473314. I was wondering if were related and could tell me anything about William Arthur Luckey or especially his brother, Marion Luckey, my great grandfather. I know some about about his life with my great grandmother, Nora Ellen PIERSON, and of his supposedly adopted parents but nothing before that. Any information or links would be greatly appreciated.
|DBunzel||RE: Mountin Family|
Dianne does not show up on my tree because she is likely from the "Little Bill" Mountin clan. His brother, James, is my branch. Why not shift to email, email@example.com. I am in California.
My grandmother was a Mountin.
Added by DBunzel on Apr 13, 2016 8:45 AM
|Carol Mallory||RE: Schuhart Pictures|
the memorial numbers are 48431956 and 48431944
I noticed you documented a lot of the Mountin's in St. Pat's in Erin. My grandmother is one of the Mountin's. I have done considerable research on the family, going all of the way back to William Mountain who was born in 1733 in Killeagh, Ireland. Contact me and I can share more about the work I have done firstname.lastname@example.org. I saw you have some Mountain/Mountin photos. I do too!
Added by DBunzel on Mar 29, 2016 10:51 PM
|Judy Parmer Morgan||George Rhines & Minnie Sager|
You have both of these people with two memorials in Shelton Memorial Park. One too many each. Judy
|Carol Mallory||Schuhart Pictures|
I have the original pictures of the family and the wedding picture. They would show up much better than the ones you put up out of the church book.
|Debbie||RE: Re: Lizzie Kluckman (#76520168)|
Thanks for your email. So sorry for the very late reply! I just found this message and don't think I ever replied to you! I'm not related to her, but thank you for the offer.
Yes, it seems that Lizzie would be a nickname. I just now sent a few more edits, per a family tree on ancestry. The owner of the tree is Dianne Juhnke of Illinois. There is a source citation for her name, where some info came from the Sanborn, Minnesota Centennial History 1881-1981, per a Linda Werner. If you like, you could try emailing her at email@example.com. I don't know what her relation to Lizzie Kluckman is. This is all the info I have.
Hope you have a great Spring!!
Re: Lizzie Kluckman (#76520168)
Is Lizzie related to you? If so, I'd be happy to transfer her memorial to you. I'm not related. Just near the cemetery where she is buried & set up the memorial on behalf of her. I'd love to find a relative of her's willing to really make it an awesome memorial for her!
Also in your research on her, did you find anything regarding the first name? Lizzie sounds so much to be a nickname & so I was wondering if perhaps Elizabeth is her legal first name & Lizzie was her common nickname she went by. No idea though since I haven't researched her lineage, etc.
Thanks again for the updated info. I have posted it. If you have more you'd like added, just let me know. Or if you want to take over her memorial, just let me know. Sincerely Anisah in Eastern S. Dakota
Added by AnisahD on Oct 22, 2013 7:23 AM
Added by Debbie on Mar 07, 2016 1:45 AM
|Mike Maxton||Joseph and Sarah Dull|
While looking for another obituary, I came across a 1916 article in the Wichita (Kansas) Beacon newspaper for Joseph and Sarah Dull, celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. If you didn't already have it, I'd be happy to email it to you. (Or if you have a subscription to newspapers.com, you can find it in The Wichita (Kansas) Beacon September 23, 1916, Page 16, lower left corner.)
My email is mikemaxton at maxtonfamily dot com.
|Elva Whiting||Carl Joseph Sween|
You have my Grandfather Carl and Grandmother Jettie buried incorrectly. They are both buried in Pacific Lutheran Cemetery which is at the rear of Evergreen-Washelli Memorial Park, near the corner of N. 115th Street and Meridian Avenue. Seattle. They have not been done in Find A Grave. I have photos of the tombstones. Also buried in the same cemetery are their daughter Alix and her husband Clark Turner.
You could also link their daughter Thelma and her husband Merle Knudtson who are buried in Sunset Hills Memorial Park; Bellevue; King County; Washington, USA. You have their son William and his wife Faye Sween in that cemetery.
My father Severin A. Sween's ashes are scattered at Turner's Corner in Bear Creek Township, Snohomish County, Washington. My mother Mary Sween is buried in the Bear Creek Cemetery, Bear Creek Township, Snohomish County, Washington. She is in Find A Grave.
Thanks, Elva Whiting
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