|betty carroll||sasrah carroll|
ms dooly what can you tell me about sarah. she maybe my great aunt.is james burt carroll and john d.carroll her brothers. geogia and the birth seem to fit. james burt carroll is my great grandfather.james son james jr. moved the family to byran brazos county texas about 1894.would love to know more about sarah john and what happened to her father daniel. also where they are buried. found sarah and george in the 1850 census from walker co. ga. any thing would be good. many thanks for you time. betty. firstname.lastname@example.org
You are very welcome :)
Added by peanuts on Sep 02, 2013 7:31 PM
|Bill Neff||Isaac Fluri|
Barbara, Many thanks for the inscription in German on Isaac's tombstone and the translation. I have made those additions. Bill
|Charles Young||Cecil Goodner|
It is my pleasure to transfer this memorial to you. Charles
|BobbyC||RE: Bertine Jackson Bobo|
I was at her wedding and have been to her daughter's wedding. My wife used to sit behind Bertice and William Colton in church in PC many years ago. My wife's parents were Brooks and Barbara Smith.
Added by BobbyC on Jul 19, 2013 9:58 PM
I am looking for info on Lucinda Swafford Smith I descend from her daughter Mary Smith Lewis
|Jenny E.||RE: Wiley E. Brown photo|
It was my pleasure!
Added by Jenny E. on Apr 01, 2013 9:11 AM
|Tammy York Orman & Timothy||York's|
Thank you very much for checking !!
|Tammy York Orman & Timothy||RE: Abraham York's children|
Thanks, I just wanted to double check.
Do you have any info. for parents to a Lawren York born Nov.27,1872 died after 1930 census. married to a Lillie ??
I love working on the York's can you tell ?
|Sheila (Horn) Strickler||Anna Beidler Strickler|
Barbara, I have checked my tree and Anna would be--great grandmother of husband of 2nd great grand aunt--she is really out on a limb. This relationship to me occured when the Strickler's married into the Trumpfheller family and they married into the Horn's and I married a Strickler. My tree on ancesty is "Horn family tree".
The Strickler cemetery is really pleasant. Small and under trees with an iron fence. I wouldn't mind being buried there, but my family is in Fairview, Wrightsville. It is very possible that my great grandfather, Leander Horn, was part of your families undertaker. He had his business in Wrightsville. I have pictures on my tree.
Hope you make it up here. A lot of the cemeteries are very interesting.
Thanks again, Sheila
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