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Fred Morris (#46947237)
 member for 7 years, 7 months
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Bio Photo I have been an avid family researcher since the early 80's, tracing primarily the lines Morris, Stanbery, Potts, Kilpatrick, Pothast, Oltman, Wendt, Soderholm, Bjorklund, Peterson and Bostrom, as well as my wife's Geiser, Backland, Miller, Halvorson, Gelle, Holthusen, Burfiend and Hauschildt lines. How much easier it now is with tools like Find A Grave then when we started back in the days with census records on microfilm ordered from far away!! If you make a connection with any of the people I have added to this website, please contact me as I love meeting new cousins!!

As you can tell from my profile picture, I am proud of my family's service to this country, going back as far as the Revolutionary War. I am a direct descendant of Recompence Stanbery and his son Samuel, both of whom are patriots of the American Revolution recognized by both the DAR and SAR. I am also a U.S. Army veteran myself, with service in Viet Nam and on the Korean DMZ.

And last but certainly not least, thanks to my cousin Connie and her husband Guy for a WHOLE lot of the photos you see in my memorials. And also to my classmate Ed Hass for his highly excellent renditions of our high school pictures in the Wildcat virtual cemetery.
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PassingTime
Mary & Jay Morris
Just an FYI, I added headstone photos on their memorials #'s 32738338 & 32738611. Noticed you had the same last name so thought you might want to know. Buried in Loveland Burial Park, Loveland, CO
Added by PassingTime on Apr 05, 2015 12:37 PM
Linda Cozart, Westwood, Granddaughter of Elizabeth
RE: KILPATRICKS
Sorry Fred! Much going on. Hope you are well. Have my mother with dementia living with me once again. Near her final days we believe. But, the family stamina may help her to live to 90 in Jan next year. Thank you for contacting me and accept my apologies for not responding sooner.
Added by Linda Cozart, Westwood, G... on Sep 10, 2013 1:55 PM
Kim Chandler
Nancy Beth
Thank you for the quick response.
Added by Kim Chandler on Feb 06, 2013 8:36 PM
Roni Yeats
Clarence Lee Poling
White Rose Cemetery, Bartlesville, Washington Co., OK
Would you please connect Clarence with his parents. Father Joseph #40088836 and Mother Josephine #40088840. Thank you,
Added by Roni Yeats on Jan 06, 2013 6:11 AM
Linda Cozart, Westwood, Granddaughter of Elizabeth
Kilpatrick
My grandmother was a Kilpatrick. I never met her. She died when mom was 9 years old. With much family opposition she married a commoner, a mill worker and railway builder. Ralph Lavern Warthen. (My grandfather and best friend always) When she died in 1933 her remains were to be buried in the Kilpatrick family's mausoleum in Nebraska. However my grandfather did not want her taken back east so did not notify the family. She is buried in Cowlitz Cemetery in the State of Washington where he could visit the grave. He loved her so much he raised 5 kids alone and never remarried until his death in 1965. Thank you for your research. Linda Cozart (Westwood)
Added by Linda Cozart, Westwood, G... on Oct 20, 2012 6:11 PM
Roni Yeats
RE: POLING - WHITE ROSE CEMETERY
Please send any info to me that you would like updated and I will take care of them as I have time. Thanks for your help.
Added by Roni Yeats on Sep 08, 2012 10:23 PM
Roni Yeats
RE: POLING - WHITE ROSE CEMETERY
I'm sorry but I'm not following you. What changes do you need made? On whom do you need them made?
Added by Roni Yeats on Aug 11, 2012 1:59 PM
Glenda Surrett-Kennedy
RE: JESSE CREEK HEADSTONES
Thank you for taking the time, especially in this hot weather, to go out and photograph the stones in Jesse Creek Cemetery. My great grandfather George Hicks, died and was buried a long way from his home in Rockcastle Co. KY
Added by Glenda Surrett-Kennedy on Aug 05, 2012 2:18 PM
Betty
RE: BAILEY LINKS
Thank you much.....this weather slows us all down, ha....
Added by Betty on Aug 01, 2012 6:40 PM
Wes Hart
RE: MARGARET WOOD STANBERY #40593509
Fred;
I would love to exchange information on the Stanbery (all spellings) family. They are distant cousins to my family from NJ, NC and SE Kentucky.
Please send me a private e-mail and I will reply.
Thank you for contacting me.
Wes Hart
Added by Wes Hart on Jan 13, 2012 5:57 PM
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