| || member for 7 years, 7 months, 28 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
I became obsessed with Genealogy since early 1998 when I met a 3rd cousin that had amassed a tremendous amount of printed documentation on the family, and it amazed me as to how he knew; at the young age of just 89, how in the world he knew which stack of papers contained which branch of the family; simply amazing. However, I'm not quite that sharp of mind even at my age; nope not going to tell you just how young I really am.|
I now maintain my own family database of over 8,500 – give or take a few; some dating back as far as 1625, on the Taylor Family, and about 1658 on the Williams Family. I have been actively working in genealogy for about 15+ years now. I am trying to find a proper road to success as a certified genealogist, but so far have done some work for others as I have learned along the way.
I wish you luck on your trek through time with your genealogy work; and always remember; "your ancestors and their families, regardless of what you may feel or think about anything or anyone, concerning their information, deserves your respect; so make sure that you oblige the family's wishes with any privacy issues they may have; if it were not for these ancestors, WE would not be here today."
|Messages left for KentuckyMarine (7)||[Leave Message]|
|Linda Doyle Bow Ash of Kentucky USA||RE: Relationship addition needed|
It is done. Thanks and thank you for your service to our country.
|Donna Schulte Loth||Jackson Allen Photo|
Thank you so much for the photo of this headstone. Your time and efforts are greatly appreciated! Thanks again...
|Joe Ann Wood||Allie Mae Johnson|
To KentuckyMarine: I also want to thank you for taking a picture of my Aunt Allie's tombstone. She was my mothers sister and a wonderful Christian lady that I greatly miss.
I assumed by your online name that you were/are a marine. I want to sincerly "thank you for your service".
My youngest son is a Major in the Army & has served 4 tours of duty in Iraq. So as an Army mom, I understand the sacrifices that any military person & their families make on our behalf. Semper Fi
Joe Ann Wood
|Joe Ann Wood||James Condie Johnson|
To KentuckyMarine: I want to thank you for taking a picture of Condie's tombstone for me. He was my uncle by marriage & a wonderful, kind, gentle man. I was born in Kentucky & lived there until I was 6. That's where most of my family & ancestors are buried. I live in Ohio & don't get to travel to do my geneology research so it makes it difficult for me. I do appreciate the time & effort you took on my behalf.
Joe Ann Wood
|Dan Curd||Jesse Anderson and Margaret Davidson Curd|
Thank you for taking this photo. He is my 3rd cousin 3x removed.
Added by Dan Curd on Apr 15, 2013 5:34 AM
|Robie Merritt Loriaux-Roberts||Poteet - Rocky Hill Cemetery|
Thanks for your time and efforts...they are much appreciated...without your help, I would never have gotten the marker...Robie
|Marsha Moon||Violet Overfelt Bishop 23153686|
Thank you for taking the time to go in search of her final resting place. I left a flower note of your findings today. I really do appreciate it. Sincerely, Marsha Moon
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service