|Judy Billips Durham (#47817709)|
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Hello. I am a family historian. The love of family was instilled in me by my paternal grandmother. She took me to her Stone family reunions and to cemeteries to decorate graves each year. I took her when she could no longer drive. Her paternal grandfather was Julius Orlando Stone he donated the land for the J.O. Stone cemetery outside Wilsonville, Ne. He was married three times. He outlived two of his wives. He was a civil war veteran and a remarkable man. My father is still alive and he talks about his great granddad who died when he was 10 years old. I still make the rounds each year and I am always looking for new information about my ancestors. I would very much like to join the DAR.|
I am looking for information on the Billips, Cutting,Mudd,Stone,Winchell,Bourne,Ballou, Hall, and McKee families as well as my husband's Durham and Jennings.
If I have added someone and they have family who wants to manage their sites, message me. I am not into numbers, just correct historical information.
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|Cyndy Myers||RE: Thank you.|
Hello again Judy. It is in my head that the lost sister was Beatrice and she married R L Woodard. And had a second marriage and then re-married R. L. I believe she was a Durham before she married. Let me check on this. If this is her, she is probably still alive, at least she was a couple of years ago when I still lived in Crowell. Her nickname was Sis and she had four children that I know of. Cyndy
|Cyndy Myers||RE: Thank you.|
Hi Judy, it is nice to meet you. I love Missouri, but you are right, the humidity is different. When it is hot we swelter, not bake. I had never seen the name Billips, but now will probably see it everywhere. I'll take a quick look at the Durhams, since there were Durhams in a Whitley family line, but I have not done any research on any of them, not to mention so many in my home town. Cyndy
|Lenora Cemetery Assoc||Re: family in Lenora, KS|
On each memorial, submit a request that includes your exact relationship to the person and we will transfer those "within guidelines".
Lenora Cemetery Association
|PJ Monroe||Joseph Reish Headstone|
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! That is a beautiful photo of the headstone. It is very readable and has the right amount of light on it.
|gazelle||RE: Fairview Chandlers|
Oh, it's a very distant relationship - as distant as could be while still being related! They're both the sons of Virginius and Elizabeth, who made their way out west from West Virginia. 2 of 10 children (I believe you also looked for Virginius, but there was no record of him - I appreciate your efforts!)
Added by gazelle on Jun 08, 2014 1:47 PM
Thanks so much for the great photos of Grover and Charles - I really appreciate your time!
Added by gazelle on Jun 08, 2014 7:24 AM
|Eric C.||Vestal Mitchem|
Thank You for the photo.. -Eric C.
Added by Eric C. on Jun 03, 2014 3:44 PM
|Libby Talley||Edna Smith|
Thank you so much for fulfilling this request. Maybe the photo of the marker will answer some questions. :)
Thank you so much for going to the cemetery and taking the photo of the head marker of my relative Peter Sellars Hostutler. I greatly appreciate your courtesy and kindness!
|Ellie's Grandma||Orpha Gregory Newkirk|
Thank you very much for taking your time to get a photograph of Orpha's stone. It's much appreciated.
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