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Becky Cole (#47001747)
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Last year I was able to locate the parents of my second great grandmother...Jemima ROBINSON was born to William and Nancy GARNER ROBINSON in 1797, the year after they married. She died before her parents and lived in Harrison Co. (W)VA, married to Benjamin Dulany SMITH. They had married in Fauquier Co. VA and their children were born there. They moved to Harrison Co.after the 1840 VA census. I welcome any additional info on this family.

Thank you to Find a Grave, as I'd never be able to visit their graves, since I live in CA. This was a great help to me and I do appreciate it!
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Kim Poyner Woodhouse
Alfred DeHart
Becky,
I found an obituary for Alfred DeHart and I used The Oklahoman's email system to send you a copy.
Good Luck,
Kim
Added by Kim Poyner Woodhouse on Feb 25, 2015 3:57 PM
redsat
Photo for Anna
Hi, I just posted your photo for Anna. Next to her was "Baby Frederick" and a Thomas on the other side. I just posted those also.

redsat
Added by redsat on Apr 26, 2014 2:36 PM
P. Oliver
RE: Mae SWOPE MILLER
Ok, all done. Glad it worked out for you. Take care.
Added by P. Oliver on Mar 18, 2014 12:28 PM
Arden & Ginger Wince
RE: Mary C.S. Smith~ continued~
Becky,we always try to take all family next to the photo request.Charles' photo is added to Friendly Cemetery.
Added by Arden & Ginger Wince on Mar 10, 2013 9:44 PM
Timothy Tumbrink
Lt. Cole, USAAF
Ma'am, I hope that you feel better. Take your time getting to read your "other" e-mails on your regular e-mail system. One of the e-mails that I sent is on the Flying Tigers and other fighter pilots during WW2 in the South Pacific.

It will explain in the one picture that has a caption that it "IS" Lt. Thomas Cole. I also sent you other informative e-mails with other "tools" for you to do Find A Grave research in the State of Missouri.


Get well soon.


Tim
Added by Timothy Tumbrink on Feb 27, 2013 6:16 PM
Timothy Tumbrink
Lt. Thomas Cole, KIA, WW2
There is now a picture of the grave marker for your cousin. I also sent you several e-mails to your regular e-mail address. Haven't heard back from you.

Tim
Added by Timothy Tumbrink on Feb 27, 2013 5:33 PM
Timothy Tumbrink
Lt. Thomas L. Cole
Ma'am, I was able to locate a picture of your cousin and added it to his memorial.

I also left some notes on his picture.

Tim
Added by Timothy Tumbrink on Feb 24, 2013 3:58 PM
Ashley Armstrong-Zwart
RE: Rhoda Henry~
Hi Becky!

You're welcome! I also photographed Rhoda's son Walton and his wife Recie who are also buried in the Henry plot. I created memorials for them as well. There was also a Leslie Henry buried in the Henry plot and I was able to photograph his stone, but I could find no sign of Rhoda's husband Christian.

God Bless and Merry Christmas!
Added by Ashley Armstrong-Zwart on Dec 14, 2012 6:57 PM
Jackie London
RE: TAYLOR Tombstones~
You are welcome. I noticed while looking for these, there are a lot more Taylor stones. I was trying to find the ones on the list before it got dark since I went after work. It isn't that far so I go up there frequently so if your friend knows of others I will be happy to look for them again.
Added by Jackie London on Oct 04, 2012 8:36 PM
Helen Parker
RE: HAYS
If there is anything that I can help with just holler I have been doing ancestry research for over 35 years, and love it. You can contact me directly at compgenie@yahoo.com. Put in subjest line research for family tree and I will help in any way that I can.
Added by Helen Parker on Aug 24, 2012 4:35 PM
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