|Dan & Barbara (#47033260)|
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We are a couple of old Retirees and are always |
looking for something to occupy our time.
We happend onto Find a Grave and got quite
interested. We are attempting to put as many
memorials from the Local Cemetery as we can.
We have worked with geneology quite a bit and this program seems to be right down our alley.
If anyone finds their relative that we have entered and would prefer to manage their own family just let us know and we will be glad to transfer them to any family member.
We do this to help others locate there loved ones and are glad to transfer any one that is not one of our family.
Anyone is welcome to use any photos that we have taken.
Dan & Barb
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|David Quinn||RE: Nancy Hall|
Sorry Barbara, my mistake, William Titus Mershon is Nancy Mershon Wood Hall's grandfather. He is a great grandfather of Nannie Wood Quinn.
|David Quinn||RE: Nancy Hall|
Thank you so much Barbara. Nancy is my great-great grandmother. Nancy's daughter, Nancy "Nannie" Wood, is my great grandmother. Nannie Wood married Moses Quinn and had 12 children. Moses and Nannie are buried close to me at Greenlawn Cemetery in Groves, Texas along with my grandfather & grandmother, Carl & Katie Quinn as well as my father, Max Quinn.
Nannie Wood's grandfather is William Titus Mershon who fought in the American Revolution. He was in the same regiment commanded by George Washington and was in several famous battles.
Thank you so much for taking time out to track and input this valuable information!
|Devin Payne||W.B. Smith|
Hi Dan and Barbara,
Thank you for posting those newspaper articles to W.B. Smith's profile. It's great to put a face to a name! I noticed that the articles had been clipped. Did you happen to know him or his son Willie Hermit Smith? I ask because my grandmother is Willie Hermit Smith's daughter. She never had the opportunity to know him and I am looking for information on him, such as pictures, what kind of a man he was, etc. Any information you have is helpful. Thank you so much for your time!
I think John S. Gurdane who you entered in Find A Grave was the brother of my great-grandmother who was Sarah (Gurdane) Hyde. His name is listed as a survivor in her obituary in 1909 in Racine, Wisconsin. I think he had a son who was sheriff in Omatilla Co. in the early 1930s but I have no further info. Thanks for entering his name on Find a Grave.
|Reidar Sumstad||The Adams Family|
|Judy Zeeb||Altha Ragsdale|
My father was her son, and brother to Leroy and James Oakley. His name is Glen Eugene Ragsdale, 8/1/17-1/29/93
|Douglas Glenn Rohde||Duplicate|
My bad! Apologies. :)
|Kathy Stroope Veasey||Lyle Gayman transfer|
thanks a million, Kathy
|Charlotte Brown Dorf||William Rigmore Jack|
Hi Do you know if Violet Isabella Jack was William's daughter? Thank You
|Susan Miller||Claud L. Haney|
Thank you ever so much for transferring Claud to me. I truly appreciate your kindness and generosity. :) Susan
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