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Debra Anderson (#46939386)
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Bio Photo I am a grandmother of 5. I am raising my first grandson. I have been intereseted in History for most of my adult life. I love going to the cemeteries and looking at all the head stones just wondering what this person or family was like. When i go to a cemetery i take more than just the one or two pictures that are requested. I sometimes even when driving if i find a cemetery i will either go back to it or just stop and take pictures. you never know who is looking for who. I am willing to transfer any of my non relatives with no problem. Just let me know.
I just moved from Texas back to Ozark, MO so i won't be doing much searching at cemeteries until i learn my self around first.

My main family Tree is: Thacker, Cook, Gibson, COmstock, Younker, Eaton, Johnson, Anderson, Kerbrat, McIntyre, just to name a few.
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Evelyn Bishop
RE: Uriah Moore
no, wrong branch of Moore's. the ones in Hutchinson, KS married a Kirkhuff.
Added by Evelyn Bishop on Apr 13, 2014 3:46 PM
RE: David Melton
He is a very distant relative; but there is no need to transfer.
Thanks for the offer.
Added by DON SHARP on Mar 30, 2014 6:40 PM
RE: David Melton
He is a very distant relative; but there is no need to transfer.
Thanks for the offer.
Added by DON SHARP on Mar 30, 2014 6:40 PM
RE: Christina
Hi Debra,
She is a very distant relative, there is no need to transfer, but thanks for the offer
Added by DON SHARP on Mar 30, 2014 6:39 PM
P Holland Mackey
RE: Cobb
Hello! Yes, I would love the photos, if you could email them. I so appreciate your efforts and braving the cold. God bless you and yours!
Added by P Holland Mackey on Mar 26, 2014 2:01 PM
P Holland Mackey
RE: Pictures
Thanks for your efforts! I really do appreciate it. Don't feel like you have to rush. I can certainly wait till greener weather arrives.
Added by P Holland Mackey on Mar 19, 2014 5:44 PM
WildBill Billy Bedford Popejoy
RE: Mary Jane Welch
Thank you Ma'm
Added by WildBill Billy Bedford Po... on Mar 17, 2014 4:09 PM
RE: alexander Hall
Thanks for your offer to transfer, but I am just helping a cousin to update members of her father's family when I have the time. Pat
Added by PatOB on Mar 07, 2014 7:32 PM
RE: hi
What is the name of your Case descendant. I have done a lot of research on the Case family. One of the oldest living Cases' just turned 100 this past week. She still lives in Webster Co. I was lucky to get to meet her when I visited there, my friend that I went on the trip with to MO, she is a Case descendant.

Added by TXCALGIRL on Mar 03, 2014 2:39 AM
RE: Roy Hutchins
You are very right, Anderson very common name. Even more common is my husband's mothers side which is Smith, his great-great grandfather was John Smith. Ironically, when we moved to Texas, we found out his Smith relatives were from a small town about 20 minutes from where we live, even a relative living here in the small town where we live (what are the odds?) I laughed that my husband had Texas blood in him, he had NO idea! The moved to Los Angeles in the early 20's. I lived up near McKinney, lived in The Colony and worked all over including Carollton and Plano areas. McKinney is very nice. We lived in West Los Angeles in Century City, had both girls at UCLA in Santa Monica. I still work for the same company for 12 years; work for a few orthopedic spine doctors near LAX. My brain is always on both California/Texas time. In Washington, i lived in Bremerton, across the Puget Sound from Seattle. My brother was a submariner in the Navy.
Added by TXCALGIRL on Mar 03, 2014 2:37 AM
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