|Dan Stevenson (#47015440)|
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Born and raised in Oregon. After leaving graduate school in 1979 took first job in San Diego, California where I have lived in the area since then. Started working on my family trees in 1980: Stevenson, Moore, Rothrock, Baker, Ramer, Nading, Spach/Spaugh, Fishel, Baird, Brewington, Ketcherside, Butner, Craig, Cox, Faw, Flinn, Hauser, McKenzie, Parker, Phelps, Rominger, Ruble, Russell, Sink, Clodfelter, Doub and Walk.|
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|Bob Lawrence||Lewis Gideon Petticord (1866-1902)|
Having read your postings on the Find A Grave memorial pages for the siblings of Lewis Petticord, I decided that I should write to you as you seem to have more than a passing interest in this extended family. I am not related to the Petticord family (by whatever spelling) but, rather, I fancy myself as an auto racing historian who specializes in the history of that sport with any Kansas connection. Lewis Gideon Petticord had a son who was a professional race car driver and who even raced in the Indianapolis 500 a couple of times. He was Harold H. “Jack” Petticord (1900-1940). Jack was born here in Wichita and is also buried in the family plot here. He qualified for, and raced in, the 1927 Indianapolis 500. He also drove relief in the Indy 500 a couple of times and unsuccessfully attempted to qualify for a couple of others.
I have created a web page about Jack Petticord that I think (hope) you might find interesting. You can find that at: http://KansasRacingHistory.com/BigCars1930s_files/Petticord/Petticord.htm
I would be interested in learning anything more that you might be able to tell me about Lewis Gideon Petticord, his wife, and his children. I’ve been unable to locate any living descendants of Lewis Gideon Petticord and would love to know if you have been more successful in doing that that I have been. I am also interested in the inheritance that Jack Petticord is supposed to have received after the passing of an uncle. I’d love to find out who that uncle may have been. You can read a little more about that on my web page too.
|Shelli Steedman||John Essex|
Hi, I added some of the info but not all since the children links are on the site. Thanks.
|Susan K Richard||Rothrock|
Thank you for your edits! If you want this Find A Grave site you may have it! Just let me know.
|Mike Casey||Resurrection: CAIN|
Dan, Thanks for your time and diligence toward improving Mabel's memorial by linking her parents. It is much appreciated, as are all your efforts.
|Dr. Warren Burge||William Burgess "Burgess" White|
I sent edits for DOD, birth and death locations. I added his obituary on the photo caption. Mr. Gilchrist was in management at Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. Thank you for making corrections.
Added by NGL on Apr 30, 2016 1:03 PM
|Phyllis Jean Bryant (nee Francies)||Birthplace of Charles Wright|
All 3 children of William W. Wright who married Eliza Ann Stout, were born in Hopewell, Marshall County, Illinois, USA.
The Census of 1870 [Hopewell, Marshall County, Illinois] and 1880 [Village of Glasco , Cloud County, Kansas]
The children are Annette M., Ida May, and Charles Andrew. Ida May is my Great Grandmother.
|Sara||RE: Grave Marker Photo|
All done transferring the gravestone photo from #78013690 to #16843087.
Good luck with your genealogy,
Added by Sara on Mar 28, 2016 5:57 PM
|Margaret Richardson||Lura Gale Rose Keyes Anthony 8881213|
You created and added on 1/21/2015 the Find A Grave page for Wellington Peter Anthony 141611253.
On Lura Gale Rose (maiden name) Keyes (1st spouse last name) Anthony (2nd spouse last name) page there is a photo of Gale and Wellington's full Gravestone. This photo was taken by isabel on 03/28/2016.
Since there is no photo on Wellington's Find A Grave page can you put this photo on his page please.
This would be most appreciated.
|William Tatum||RE: Thanks for Ketcherside Grave Photo|
Thank you for your note. I also added a current picture of Ronald Gene Ketcherside's marker in Sierra Hills. Shoud you need anything else, let me know.
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