|Latitia Tew Leishman (#46935255)|
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I was born in Nebraska, raised in eastern North Carolina and after living in various parts of the U.S., I now live in northern Utah, just below the Idaho boarder.|
Can't remember when I didn't enjoy going through graveyards. So being a part of Find A Grave is perfect for me.
The first joke I can remember being told was by my father who died in 1961.
He'd pull up to a cemetery and say "Kids, this is the most popular place in town. Yep! People are just dying to get inside." And he and Mom would just chuckle as we drove away.
Being young at the time, it didn't hit me for
years what he meant so, that is how my curiosity
got the better of me. I just had to find out
about all those people who were "Dying" to get inside those graveyards.
The family names I'm researching the most are TEW, GODWIN, HAYES & JACKSON out of North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Texas & Flroida.
OBERMIER, FINKE, WEIMER & AGGEN out of Nebraska, Wisconsin & Germany.
I've been doing genealogy for 40+ years and it is one of things that I love to do.
Thank you to those who have helped me out with my requests.
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|Aleta Hobbs||RE: Infant Son Tew - Albert Tew's Son|
There are 4 stones of children of Maude and Albert Tew. Infant son - b & d Nov 10, 1933; Wallace E b 28 Jun 1922, d 15 Apr 1227;daughter b & d May 16;last one b Jan d Feb (Hardest one to read).
I do have pics for these if you would like them.
|D & D Fletcher||RE: Ila Francis Tew Smith|
You're welcome & we're always glad to help!
|cindy t||RE: George West|
Your welcome. George's wife Donnie wasn't on the request list but I added her picture too. Enjoy.
Added by cindy t on May 11, 2013 1:02 PM
|cindy t||RE: George West|
Added by cindy t on May 10, 2013 6:17 PM
|SGM Bruce Horne||RE: Helen Collins Tew|
It must have been divine intervention. The flat markers were buried under sand and pine needles. It was just chance that I stopped and cleaned them off enough to see the Tew name.
|Laurie Knight||Daulcie Vann McLamb Honeycutt|
Thanks for the update! Take care!
|Merf||RE: Ella Jackson Baggett|
You are most welcome! It's my pleasure.
Added by Merf on Apr 22, 2013 8:44 AM
|Keith Lee||RE: Thomas L Jackson, Sr|
You're welcome. As always, I'm just trying to figure it out myself and trying to help get everything as close to factual for all as possible. I understand keeping things as civil as possible for all involved. I honestly didn't know there were two memorials for him. I just went to fulfill the photo request on the other one. I did notice the death certificate only states 'family cemetery' and I completely understand how that in itself creates challenges. Let me know if there's anything else I can do to help. ~Keith Lee
|Nathan Adams||Thanks for the Blue Family info!|
Thank you so much for the death certificates you've given to my mother's (Sharon Blue Adams) side of the family. When my grandfather died in 2004 (James R. Blue), the family name died. My grandfather spoke often of genealogy and I remember him specifically talking about his great-grandmother Cinderella Tew because of the peculiar first name, which would link our families together. I am proud to be an Adams, Blue, Hawley, and Tew! Thanks so much for the info again. You saved me much time and research and answered many questions I had.
|Denise Sirois||James Robert Teabeaut|
I have linked the parents. Thank you so much, Denise
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