We have inherited the research, correspondence, photos, and accumulation of generations of family research. Various branches of surnames in our bloodline: Winslow, Crawford, Alexander, Forrester, Love, Jones, Wilson, Hinckley, Spencer, Whitney, Smith, Cooley Killingsworth, Reed, Gates, Haley, Clymer, Cradlebaugh, McClure Pond, Hadley, Hallett, Bartlitt, Pearl, Foote, Fenton, Kilbourne Olson, Hoverud, Hippe We, for the most part, only add close family. If you find someone in your direct line, we will be happy to transfer. Should you wish to pass along anyone in our line, please feel free. Happy hunting
RE: Oscar Reed stone I took a picture of the Reed stone when I took Walter's picture. It is David Wooderson 5/7/1921-8/26/2000 and Anita Marcine Davison 5/1/1922-5/20/1999. If you want the picture just send in a request and I will send in the photo.
RE: Oscar Reed stone Do you have their pictures? There was a small stone right next to it, but I think that name began with W. There was a larger stone in the back of the site which read much better. It was probably the parents.
Mary Ann Cox Mary Ann Cox was my fourth great grandmother. I am hoping that your family Bible might contain some information on her parents and grandparents. There are many assumptions that are being made, but I find little documented information, and there are many Cox lines. If you have any information, I would greatly appreciate anything that you might share. My direct contact is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
John Wilson I made a few trips to Bowling Green, OH when I was researching the Wilson's and was in contact with some of William Wilson's family. They gave me information from a deceased family researcher that said John Wilson's father (also called John or Jock) may have served in the Rev War. I sent for a pension record for a John Wilson and attached to his record was a letter from a Mrs. J.G. Crawford of Moberly, MO, dated Aug of 1929. I had kind of given up on this information as I could find no Wilson - Crawford tie but I see you also have Crawford's in your ancestry. I would like to email you and see if perhaps you would have the missing link to connect to this elder John Wilson. My email is email@example.com if you want to contact me and pursue this.
RE: John Wilson Does the Bible record say where John's wife, Mary, is buried? I believe she is in the old cemetery at Bowling Green, Wood Co, Oh. There is an old map showing a lot owned by John Wilson. John moved to Iowa with his 2 children and died there a couple of years later.
John Wilson I see you have John Wilson buried in Licking Co, OH. There is evidence, along with a tombstone that this John Wilson, b. 1777 and d. 1852 is buried at Alt Cemetery, Penn Twp., Johnson Co, IA. Can you tell me what evidence you have that puts him and his wife, Mary, in this cemetery? Thank you.