|Ken Dryden (#47018262)|
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Long a history buff, one of my grandmothers gave me her grandfather's letters, written during the Civil War while serving in the Confederate Army and as a prisoner of war. I've primarily concentrated on updating and listing direct ancestors, though I've added information, listings and links to some of their siblings as well. I have a copy of the late Jean Dryden Christian's detailed Dryden Genealogy 'Willey and Sarah,' which she distributed to extended family in 1988. |
I also add listings and gravestone photos in cemeteries I visit. If you are a descendant of one of these people within findagrave guidelines (direct descendant, no more than three generations), I'll be happy to transfer administrator duties to you. Please do not create a second listing for the individual then ask me to delete my listing, such requests will be ignored.
Please understand that I can't fulfill photo requests in cemeteries with tens of thousands of graves without being given a specific location for the individuals.
If you have additional information, corrections, or just want to get in touch with me, email me rather than publicly posting your query. That way I'll see it faster.
Some of the surnames I'm searching include: Dryden (Kansas, Missouri, Indiana, Virginia, Scotland), Wilson (Florida, Georgia), Harmon (Kansas), Dyer (Kansas, West Virginia and Virginia), Spear (Georgia), Cook and Bartlett.
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|Carol Setliff||Correction of Parents|
Concerning: Evergreen East Cemetery, El Paso TX, Wilburn O. Harmon. You have parents listed as Robert Lee Harmon and Sallie Delena Dyer Harmon. I have Wilburn O. Harmon's death certificate stating his parents were William (actual name is Wilburn) F. Harmon and Elisabeth Setliff. Thank you for your attention. I would be glad to provide a copy of the death certificate.
|Sharon Brooks Brimmer||RE: Rev. Benjamin Newton Brooks|
Thanks Ken, I would appreciate that. My great grandfather was a Baptist Minister. If he is not in Primitive Baptist Cemetery, he is probably buried in a Baptist Cemetery there.
|Annette Hixon||Mary Howard|
Thank you so much for taking the picture of Mary Howard's headstone.
|Jennifer||RE: Seaborn Ware Photo|
Thank you very much, Ken. This is a branch of my Ware line that left Lincoln County, NC and settled in Catoosa County, GA in the late 1820s.
Added by Jennifer on Sep 04, 2015 9:09 AM
|Jennifer||Seaborn Ware Photo|
Many thanks for the photo, Ken! Your efforts are very much appreciated!!
Jenny (Tampa, FL)
Added by Jennifer on Sep 04, 2015 8:00 AM
|Nikki Lynn ||Tennie Stephenson|
Ken thank you for trying to find Tennie Stephenson headstone. I appreciate your help.
Nikki Lynn Herring
|David McInturff||Clemmie A McInturff Carden|
Thanks for the nice photo. I appreciate your time and effort.
|April Smith-Buell||RE: Helen Harmon|
My pleasure. Personally I would love to have something given to me from my ancestors if someone came across it.
|April Smith-Buell||Helen Harmon|
After attending an auction in Oklahoma. Wanting to add to my stamp collection. I found a letter from Roy to Miss Helen dated 1922 (before marriage) and 8th grade report card of her son Jimmie. I would like to pass these to any relative that would appreciate the items. Please contact me anytime.
|Roanna Dolan Griffin||The Tuckers|
Thank you so much for the photo's of their headstones, I really appreciate you getting them for us. Thank you again.
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