|Lynda Minter (#46637110)|
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|Genealogist since 1991, born in Des Moines, Iowa.|
I have since learned that my father was adopted!
Researching four generations in Iowa, and their ancestors:
ALBEE, BARRICKMAN, BURNS, CROSBY, HAMBLIN, MADISON, MCKEEBY, PARMENTER, STEARNS, SULLIVAN, WILLIAMS, AND MANY MORE.
I am glad to share, and grateful for so much help along the way,
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|Nancy Judene Beebe(Judy)||Joshua Parmenter|
My husband has been lookiing for his gg grandfather
burried at Woodland Cemetary. He was up there but could not locate his stone.
Would you have a picture of his stone? His daughter was Lucinda. Oldest daughter.
Our e mail is 'email@example.com.
Husband name David R Beebe
My name Nancy J. BEEBE
Thank you so much
Phone no 816-835-6738
|Eileen M.||RE: Polly Niver|
Glad I could help!
In the requests you sent, is one for a Naomi Sharpe but in the comments you made to go along with the request you are talking about someone named Polly. Do you need Naomi or someone named Polly?
|Eileen M.||Naomi Sharp|
Hello...I couldn't find a headstone with your dates, but I did find one with b. 1868 - d. 1923. I did take a photo. Let me know if it is one you want or not.
|sharon robson chase||Sarah Charlotte Washburn Sullivan|
Im not sure,if this is the right Sarah Washburn,Im looking for. Found on fultonhistory.com/postcards, a William Sullivan married Sarah Washburn,had 10 children..he had 2nd wife,a Mrs Wilson of Rochester,and Mrs.Wheatly of East Bloomfield. The Sarah Charlotte,Im looking for,father was Gaiel or Gale Joel Washburn,and mother Rebecca Garfield. They came from Mass or Conn. Had a brother,Alvin,who lived in Naples,Ontario. I cant find anything,she lived till 1863. I find,1850,from the Federal Census.Where did you find the death date? William married Mrs Wheatley,1865. Still cant find the 2nd wife,yet. The burial site,sounds right,for that area.
Show Sarah married Wm Sullivan in 1815 in Honeoye Lake area.
Alvin and his wife,Clarissa Ann Holden,had a Harvey Washburn,married a Fanny Harris,who had my great-grandmother,Martha Mathilda Washburn-Downing.
What site,did you find Sarah (Lottie) death?
|Mary Lindsted||RE: Minter photo|
Hi Lynda, Yes her name is Anna F 1907-2002. If you put her name and memorial in 'findagrave' I will add the photo of her side of the headstone. I'll try to redo Earl's.
|Leonard ||RE: Borum photo|
You'r welcome. Glad you liked the picture
Added by Leonard on Jun 26, 2012 6:18 PM
|Katie Lou||RE: Sullivans in Laurel Hills|
could you click on the edit tab of the memorials & ask for the transfer that way? Much faster.
[When you have time, would you please transfer the Sullivan family to me?
I am the g-grandaughter of Myron/Samuel and Alice Sullivan.
Alice # 58859204.
They had 7 known children:
Maude/Maudie- Maudie on the gravestone is a mistake.
Edward m to Ethyl
Leota m to David Hamblin - my Grandparents.
Thank you for your time,
Lynda Williams Minter
|James Ray Turner||RE: LLewellyn Delbert Williams|
Well, it looks like I made the memorial first and then it was duplicated later. It looks like to me that it was an innocent mistake. If you want to delete my memorial thats fine with me. I think his memorial was far more accurate than mine. I just found this information in my family records. Hopefully he transferes that memorial to you. The reason why I didnt have a cemetery listed was because it showed in my records that cemetery was unknown.
As far as my connection with the Turnipseeds, I am a direct decendant of Newton and Elizabeth Turnipseed. Elizabeth was his first wife. In fact I think about a year or two a go, you might have been the one who sent me a picture of Newton Turnipseed. My name Turner was unofficially changed from Turnipseed to Turner back in 1910 by my GGreat Grandfather Christopher Turnipseed, Newtons oldest son.
|James Ray Turner||Flora Turnipseed Williams|
Hello Lynda, I am her father Newtons GGGreat Grandson. Newton and his first wife Elizabeth Moxleys GGGreat Grandson. After reading your message left to Flora, I decided you should have the memorials so I went ahead and made the transfers. She must have been a very nice lady.
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