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Alice Knipp Garnto (#47021233)
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My name is Alice, I discovered this site a while back and really love it. My hobby is genealogy and I love doing research on my ancesters. Surnames I am researching are Knipp, Abrams, Fry, Cremeans, Garnto among others.
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Angela Hill
I am related to Cremeans also.
Any help would be appreciated
Thank You
Added by Angela Hill on Mar 19, 2016 11:06 PM
Sheila Davis
Minnie Dailey
All Minnie Dailey has is the Funeral Home Marker I was there in 2013 and it was still there, I can post that pic if you would like. Let me know
Sheila Davis
Added by Sheila Davis on Feb 28, 2015 12:29 PM
geneva pettit
Sylvester Abrams , Benjamin

Have always believed that Sylvester might be the father of Benjamin by his first mg in Greenup County, Ky. Lucinda attended the wedding as well as believe that Sylvester performed the cermony.
Geneva Smith Pettit
Added by geneva pettit on May 26, 2014 10:46 AM
Jamey Toler
Amos Daniel Garnto
I am Jamey Toler & this is my lineage: Amos Daniel Garnto-Susie Annie Garnto Toler - Elbert F. Toler-
Ed V. Toler - Edwin Toler - Me. Recheck this to help me know that my info is correct. Just uncovered these graves even though I knew that they existed. Can you give me more detail on Amos' confederate veteran involvement? Also, I met a lady a couple of years ago at a Johnson County Crusade meeting who is related to me probably through these people. She attends Mt. Olive Church of the Nazarene. I can't remember her name but you probably know of whom I'm referring. My great grandfather Elbert Toler, who was married to my great grandmother Ethel, was her uncle. Also, what is the significance of the spelling Gornto. Was that just a misspelling or was it a spelling change?
Added by Jamey Toler on May 01, 2014 6:05 PM
lillian gregory
RE: Mary Ann Garnto
Her father was Nathan Garnto and Susie Parott,Amos was her brother,there children Edmund Toler,married Amos's daughter Susie Garnto'1TS cousins
Added by lillian gregory on Nov 24, 2013 12:52 PM
Sandrsandraa Fannin
RE: Lottie Fannin
We are doing ok.did u have a brother that everyone call brother,please kept in touch herb Fannin
Added by Sandrsandraa Fannin on Aug 18, 2013 6:28 PM
Sandrsandraa Fannin
RE: Lottie Fannin
Hi, did you have a brother that everyone call brother
Added by Sandrsandraa Fannin on Aug 18, 2013 3:28 PM
lillian gregory
RE: Mary Ann Garnto
Susie Garnto married Edmund Toler,he was the son of Mary Ann Garnto and W.H.Toler.Susie was the daughter of Amos Garnto?
Added by lillian gregory on Feb 23, 2013 8:58 PM
lillian gregory
RE: Mary Ann Garnto
was this Amos sister or daughter,she was born in 1850-53?Married W,H,Toler Johnson county in 1871.
Added by lillian gregory on Feb 23, 2013 12:19 PM
lillian gregory
Mary Ann Garnto
My ggreat grand father married a Mary Ann[Polly Garnto]1871 in Johnson county Ga,his name was William H.Toler,there has been a question of who her father was ,some say Amos,and some say Barnabus Garnto.Which do you say?
Added by lillian gregory on Feb 19, 2013 4:25 AM
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