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sjg43 (#46846024)
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James
RE: mem#121874310
I only have local Tonawanda material - but a quick search on ancestry.com shows quite a bit of material on her parents and ancestors.
Added by James on Aug 25, 2015 10:56 AM
Mary Kinney
Luvinia Meek Douglas
In a flower memorial you state Luvinia as your 4th great grandmother. Memorial# 70872296 she is in my line of Meek's, would like to be in contact, my email mkinney4567@charter.net

Mary
Added by Mary Kinney on Feb 11, 2015 1:06 PM
Susette
RE: Pvt Andrew J Phebus photo
I just noticed the message from you. I'm so sorry it's taken so long to answer.

I have the picture stored now but to give you a quick answer, it was in my Grandmother's things along with her "dream-book". Similar to what we put together today in collage of how we hope our lives turn out. He was what she thought of as her "beau". The other man is a relative and they had stayed a couple of days when they were on off duty. My Grandmother latter moved with her family to Oregon leaving her friends behind.

That's the story I was told by her, Edith McKinley Hewitt.

Susette Dawson
Added by Susette on Nov 29, 2014 3:26 PM
Carli McK
G. W. Beals
George Beals is my ancestor. I would like to request a transfer of his findagrave.com memorial, please. I appreciate the work you do.

George W. Beals 20907775

Thank you,
Carli McK 48125559
Added by Carli McK on Jul 24, 2014 9:15 PM
Sandra Eichner Hepker
RE: William Van Camp
Hi, I'm just a contributor.
Added by Sandra Eichner Hepker on Apr 24, 2014 5:34 PM
Patricia Hill
W Russell Stroup
if you search the name, there is 2 memorials created for this person (W. Russell Stroup & William Russell Stroup). One of them needs to be deleted, I think.
Added by Patricia Hill on Mar 31, 2013 7:49 PM
FamilyHunt
RE: Dixie Lee Culp Tucker
Hello,

I do not have any additional information about Dixie. She was a cousin but as far as I know, my family never actually knew her.

I posted the information from our family genealogy book in hopes it might give someone else a starting place to search for more information.

You might try contacting FindAgrave member, suebabe as he also asked about her. Maybe he knows more.
Added by FamilyHunt on Oct 19, 2012 11:26 PM
Susette
RE: Pvt Andrew J Phebus photo
The Adams & Phebus photo was among my grandmother's things. Purportedly the solider's are Joe Adams and Andrew J. Phebus.

Joe would have been my grandmother's uncle. In her latter years she told me they had come to her home in Indiana while they were in the service. They became friends while in the War of 1912. My grandmother spoke of Private Phebus with a romantic hint of a young girl who had a crush on a dashing solder.

Susette
Added by Susette on Aug 01, 2012 1:07 PM
Logan
RE: Dixie L Tucker
Hi,
I never knew Dixie, I just entered her memorial from the information on her gravestone, but I hope you're able to get in contact with the family somehow.

Logan
Added by Logan on Feb 25, 2012 7:51 PM
name-that-tomb
Hopestill Daggert Wheeler
I am not sure if the photo I have on file is of gravestone you are requesting-

It is a very old slate stone in the Stevens Corner Cemetery. The stone reads as Hope Wheeler's date of death as June 179--. Age 72. Wife of Aaron Wheeler. Interesting, the epitaph says she was "mother of 13 children". It is hard to read. Aaron Wheeler's stone is next to hers. Please let me know if this stone is the one you are looking for. Thanks!
Added by name-that-tomb on May 16, 2011 5:08 PM
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