|Philip (Mike) Winters||Martha Winters Arisman w/ Stephen|
Hi Pat, Martha was my Gt Gd Aunt. Her brother, Isaiah & Malissa Jane Au Winters were my gt gd pts. Martha & Stephen removed from Ashland Co. Ohio about 1870. Isaiah & Malissa removed from Ohio abt 1879-80. Malissa & 4th child, Anna May d 1880 Macon Mo. Never found a marker for Anna May. 1st child, Eva Estella md Charles Butler, Macon, Mo. 2nd child, Willis Ward & 3rd child Henry Curtis Winters returned to Mansfield Ohio before 1900. Henry curtis was my Gd Father. I would love to reconnect with any Butler and Arisman decendants that are still in the Macon area. I was there in 1940's. Philip "Mike" Winters, Richmond Va. email@example.com
|Bobby Dobbins Title||NELLIE SPERRY ARISMAN|
Patricia, I have "known" Nellie and her mom for years....and can tell you lots about their family. Contact me if you are interested. I can be reached at Snibbod1@aol.com. (Snibbod is my maiden name - Dobbins - backwards, and after that is a numeral 1, not the letter "L". Look forward to hearing from you. I had no idea where she disappeared to when she left Kansas, although I knew that her mom was in Indiana with her brother James.
Regards, Bobby Dobbins Title in Southern California
my great grandmother was flora viola arisman and was related to benjamin franklin arisman. i am doing reaserch on this family. saw your name here. and thought you may be related. can give more detail if needed. my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by pat on Jul 01, 2014 12:30 PM
No problem, Patricia!
Added by Jenny on Jun 25, 2014 4:54 PM
|Rick Karr||RE: Whitworth, Joseph and Mary|
My pleasure to go and take the photos for you.
|D. Meserole||RE: Dytha Stine|
You are very welcome
|D. Meserole||Dytha Walker Stine|
I got the photo and will have it up very soon. Please ignore the suggestion made by Ket Casebas (#48296436) to delete the request and re-post it. Thank you for your understanding.
I was in the Forest Hill Cemetery office today and found the documentation indicating that Aggie and John Micknal's graves are located on the east side of the Micknal family plot in Block F. When I was at the gravesite last week, unfortunately there were no visible grave markers on the east side of the family marker. I hope it helps to know that the documentation is most certainly in the cemetery's card catalog and on the actual map in their office.
Added by Chris502 on Oct 31, 2013 7:51 PM
|mrscooper||Bertha May Arisman Lands|
Patricia, Hoping you can help me out! I am researching my Barton Family and my name is Gaye Cooper. I know Bertha May Arisman was the granddaughter of Edward and Nancy (Barton) Lewey. But who was her mother and father. Since there is no 1890 Census to look her up, I have no leads. Her mother was the only child of Edward and Nancy and she died young so the family does not know her name. She could have died at the birth of Bertha May, we don't know. Since you entered her memorial, hoping you know something. Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you so much, for the tombstone photo.
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