|laura hughes (#46960853)|
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I have been an avid genealogy researcher for over 40 years. I have completed one genealogy book for the Snook branch of my family and am currently working on 4 others!|
I am always happy to exchange information and photos with other researchers as long as credit is given where credit is due for the research.
I have research on Snook, Brunhoeber, Clizer, Colton, Cornell, Kuechler, Hooker, Miller, McIntyre, Harbarger, Hughes, Rowan, Reidler, and Tressler. Feel free to ask....
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|Genie2go||RE: Evelyn C Reeder|
Sorry to be slow in answering your note. We were out of town. My Find-A-Grave #47637441. Thank you for transferring Evelyn C Reeder to me.
Added by Genie2go on Apr 04, 2013 6:00 PM
|ChuckNorris||RE: Nora Murphy|
Since you have removed my message I am not sure what I was requesting either. :o) A SAC is short for Suggest a Correction. A Suggest a Correction is findagrave speak for clicking on the Edit tab on a memorial and sending a message that way about a specific memorial. It might be a request to fix an error, add links, ask for a transfer, etc. SAC is just a short way to put it. It is considered the proper way to ask for an update to the memorials because the message that will be sent contains links to the memorial in question. Sorry if I was confusing. Chuck (Did you ask for a photo or were you asking permission to use one of my photos on Ancestry?)That might have been what I contacted you about.
|Betty Jean Wolverton-George||Thank you|
Laura - Good day
Thank you for transfer of my Aunt Billie "Gillie" Pendleton-Sherwood so I can add her bio information.
Niece Betty Jean & Families
|Darrell Rucker||henry rucker|
Grove, OK (Indian Territory) Bridge Scaffold Collapse, Sep 1904
Posted September 10th, 2010 by Stu Beitler
FORTY WORKMEN HURLED INTO RIVER.
THREE WERE INSTANTLY KILLED AND MANY HURT.
A SCAFFOLDING GAVE WAY.
Siloam Springs, Ark., Sept. 23. -- A special to the Daily Republican from Grove, I. T., says:
A fatal accident occurred three miles west of here in which three men were killed outright, three fatally and four severely injured by the falling of scaffold work on a bridge.
The dead are:
RUFUS BLEVINS, internal injuries.
LEE CARRY, back broken and other injuries.
E. P. JACKSON.
J. J. SMITH, foreman of the steel works here, had his leg broken and is badly cut.
Forty men working on scaffolding surrounding an iron wagon bridge in the course of construction across Grand River were suddenly precipated into the river below, a distance of over fifty feet, by the breaking of the scaffold work.
Most of the workmen lived at Grove. In addition to those named above sixteen men were more or less injured, but none seriously hurt.
This is how Henry died. Darrell Rucker
Marjorie Cooper 76640016 is my grandmother- would you mind transferring to me?
Added by kmorf on Oct 16, 2012 4:53 PM
|Bud Snook||RE: Snook Connection|
My line (and 'findings') can be found here:
http://budsnook.webs.com/mysnookgenealogy.htm I'm 'open' to opinions... I am also from the William Snook (1742-1812) line. There's alot of 'cousin' stuff... I haven't posted it yet... LOL We're 'thick' with Gosses for generations... LOL.. sound like your kin?
|Bud Snook||RE: Snook Connection|
Yes... it 'seems' to be so... but one never 'really' finds the evidence. Peter who was born in 1744 was actually bapt Johnan Peter (Pitir).... their are quite a few instances where he appears on 'wills' etc. and he is 'never' referred to as Koonrad... only Peter. His tombstone states only Peter. He still is somewhat of a 'mystery' to me.... Was he a Tory or a Patriot??? 'Koonrad' was most likely brought to the world by the 'Iowa' Snooks... for some reason... they refer to Peter as Koonrad.... I believe that's where the ball got started... In my own family records... I've decided to 'keep' the koonrad name.... in parenthesis though with explanation.....
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