|Rebecca Burnham Kallaher (#46872588)|
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|Jimmy C.||RE: samuel waggoner memorial|
I have been curious about the Wilder name in our family but have done little to no research. This link might help:
It's possible that Rutha WAGGONER WILDER was a sister to James Merrill WAGGONER, 1805-1883 (my g-g-grandfather).
There is a Wilder Road off MS Highway 429 between Carthage and Thomastown not far from where J. M. Waggoner is buried.
Good luck and let me know if you do find a connection.
Added by Jimmy C. on Jun 29, 2014 5:59 PM
|Janet Odom Thornton||Angeline|
Did you discover that Angeline was an Elliott and not a Barber? Both Angeline and Annie Tullos Barber are ancestors on two sides of the family; so, I'm very interested if you found some info verifying her maiden name. Hope to hear from you. my email: firstname.lastname@example.org We have been in touch before. Thanks, Janet Thornton
|Kerry Hughes||John H Hughes|
I was hoping you could tell me a little more about John H Hughes #57460882. Do you know what yr he came to America or his middle name,anything else prior to his marriage in 1893. he could be the elusive ancestor I've been searching for.
|Ben H. Burnham||duplicate listing|
Shawn also has a listing for Philesta.
|Ben H. Burnham||Madison L. Burnham|
I finally found some information on (Matt)Madison Burnham.
His real name is in fact Madison. He signed his military registration as L. Madison Burnham. He and Donna had three boys, Ray, Gaddis and Bailey.
|Shawn Johnson||Anne Burnham|
Hi there Rebecca,
We are cousins.
Felista is my great grandmother. Her paretns are Ellis and Anne Burnham.
|Bobby J. Chamberlain||Garrick W. Heiskell|
His first name was "Carrick" rather than "Garrick."
|Sandra Russell||Cornelia Frayser Henning|
I have been researching the Frayser family. Are you a family member of the Fraysers or Hennings?
my email email@example.com
|Mary Quirk-Thompson||Enora Monaghan Quirk dates of birth and death|
Enora Monaghen Quirk
B:12 Jul 1846 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States, D:3 Jan 1901 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, USA
She was the daughter of Owen Monaghan b Ireland and Mary Cassody b Ireland. By 1850 the Monaghan family was living in the town of Waukesha, Waukesha WI and Nora was married there to Michael Quirk. They had children in Waukesha who were baptised at St. Joseph RCC and then moved to Bay View Milwaukee Co WI. The Quirk family belonged to Immaculate Conception RCC in Bay View.
|rita sanders||RE: Jewel Thompson memorial|
You are so welcome.
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