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rosemary nyman (#46908196)
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Bio Photo Hi I am a Family History nut according to my husband and children.I love to visit cemeteries and look through old papers and documents. I love to write histories and I especially love to interview people to get their story. I find the ordinary lives of people fascinating and love to study about my ancestors. I am a photographer and an artist. My husband and I make a lot of family history videos and we do wedding videos. I love technology and what a blessing it is to this great work. I have a fabulous heritage of pioneers that i descend from. I have four children of my own a great son in law. Whom I adore. I have been blessed with five of the greatest grand children a woman could ever ask for and one on the way who is another girl. I have been married for over thirty years and my youngest child is almost 24 years old. Life has never been better and I enjoy the fact that I have time to do more family history now that my family responsibilities have calmed down. My Father has passed away and I spend most of my free time with my mother and my Little brother with downs syndrome.( he passed away 3 years age- I miss him dearly) They are a delight to be around and I love every minute I spend with them. I love to browse find a grave and other genealogy type sights because I've seen everything on T. V. reruns bore me.
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Rebecca Symes
Delores Bates
Rosemary, I saw you have my grandmother Delores Bates (1928-1986) on your family tree on I would love to connect with you & find our connection, share information. Please email me when you see this:
Added by Rebecca Symes on Mar 02, 2015 12:31 PM
Charles Carter
Hi Rose. Are you still doing photography? If so, I have an event that you may be interested in doing.
Added by Charles Carter on Feb 28, 2015 9:30 AM
Michelle W
RE: John Henry Dodds
Hi Rose Mary, my children are related to the Dodds's through their father. His grandparents are John and Mary Dodds. You may use my photos just make sure to give me credit.
Added by Michelle W on Jun 27, 2014 2:44 PM
David McInturff
RE: Mary E. Shields
Yes. Please see the last paragraph of my bio. I put it there so folks wouldn't have to ask.
Added by David McInturff on Feb 24, 2014 5:05 AM
Janice Bird
Andrew Olsen
Hi! Rose, Hey could you change the death date on Andrew Olsen (#30398075) to 10 Dec 1966. That is what is on the headstone. Unless of course it is wrong and you have another document. If so can you share the document with me? Thanks, Janice Bird
Added by Janice Bird on Dec 12, 2013 3:02 PM
Maxwell Family
Curtis Stewart
Thanks for the photo but there is another headstone with his name. He is buried in the other plot. His first wife passed away long before him and when he died her parents would not allow him to be buried by her even though the headstone had his name already on it. His actual headstone probably has his second wife's name, Zayne. Will you please get a picture of it and post it also? Thanks
Added by Maxwell Family on May 14, 2013 10:11 AM
Carol Leaman
RE: John C Downey
My mother, Helen Marie Downey Rowland (named after her aunt Helen Marie Downey, who had been a nun) is the youngest child and only daughter of John C. Downey and Cleone Owens Downey. From my family stories I know that John was a WWI hero who passed away in 1933 in Tucson, when my mother, Helen, was 3 years old. Obviously by the time I came along in 1958, there were not too many people who knew much about the Downey side of the family. My great Aunt Helen (called "Honey"), the former nun was still alive and passed along names like "Black Tim" and Mary Edgeworth. I supposedly take after the "black Irish" side of the family, very dark hair and green eyes. But I had no idea how these people were related to me until I had the opportunity to spend the day at the Genealogy Library in Salt Lake City in 2010. Now I know that Tim was my great-grandfather. Mary was his wife. They had 6 children: Dennis b. 04/27/1884 d. 07/17/1952, John b 12/10/1889, d. 1933, Tim b 03/30/1892, d. 04/04/1895, Michael b. 11/14/1899, d. 1900, Mary b. 01/19/1902, d. 09/15/1943, and Helen b. 10/07/1905, d. 11/28/1977. Helen was born 8 days before her mother Mary died (10/15/1905) at the age of 41. You can contact me at I'd love to know how we are related!
Added by Carol Leaman on Feb 16, 2013 11:48 AM
John Sturm
RE: george hone
The Hone line is one I have little to nothing about and I'd love to share any names, dates, place, or pictures you may have of the family. Please e-mail me at if you have anything you'd be willing to share. I'm also on Facebook using the same e-mail address.


John Sturm
Added by John Sturm on Aug 16, 2012 10:08 PM
John Sturm
RE: george hone
It's his father:

I'm a descendant of his from his son Caleb Hone, George J. Hone's brother. So does this mean you and I are related?
Added by John Sturm on Aug 14, 2012 6:15 AM
John Sturm
George Hone
Hi Rosemary,

You added a picture of George Hone, who was one of my ancestors, and was wondering where you'd found it?

Many thanks and hope to hear from you soon!

John Sturm
Added by John Sturm on Aug 13, 2012 1:35 PM
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