|Twisted Branches (#47009260)|
| || member for 8 years, 2 months, 9 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Messages left for Twisted Branche... (5)||[Leave Message]|
|Southern Maryland Grandson||RE: Walls Members|
Thank you for all the information and help with the Walls family Find A Grave information and transferring the names of my family members to me recently.
There is a book on the "The Naylor's of Woodborough" that was published by Joseph Young Rowe a cousin of mine who I toured through Southern Prince Georges county taking pictures of all the places that the Naylor and Young families were associated with in the mid 1800's through the 1900's.
He also wrote a book on the Young Families of Aquasco that connects him to that family as well as many other families in that area.
There are Watson's mentioned in the Naylor book but Oswald is not shown in the index. I'm not sure if the book is available for purchase still since I was given my copy by one of my Naylor cousins. I can check if you are interested, please let me know
Thank you again for all your help.
|Betty Frain||RE: Helen Langley Fox|
You are most welcome. Glad I could help.
|sniksnak||RE: Angel Day|
You're very welcome. Have a safe and blessed Easter. Fondly, Suse
Added by sniksnak on Mar 24, 2016 11:28 AM
|skip strobel||RE: Mary Stroble|
Oh, and thank you for creating this memorial page. It was very kind of you. I also remember taking a few flowers to your mom from Mama's garden every now and then. Your mom was such a sweetie. Skip
|skip strobel||Mrs. Stamp|
I am brand new to this site. I actually ran across it looking up my other grandmother's name, Alice E. Strobel. She lived at 409 50th Avenue Cap. Hghts. The Strobel connection - my mother's mother married my father's brother. Think about it for a minute. It was Alice's (Mama)second marriage. Anyway, I remember your mom. She lived right across from Mama's house on 50th avenue. This was in the 50's and early '60's. My other grandmother "Mamie" lived with Mama and my uncle George. I don't remember your dad and barely remember your mom. I do know that both of my grandmothers were pretty good friends with Miss Stamp,as I was told to call her, and I used to go over to her house and she would give me cookies. I am so glad you responded and it took me a sec to remember your mom after connecting the name Stamp. Funny how the mind can work sometimes. That was so long ago and I have fond memories of your mom. Thanks for printing the obit. As for transferring - I don't know anything about that. You can if you like.