|Mechelle Wallace (#47028566)|
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I have been searching for family of Joseph Cunningham for the last two years. As I go along with the search, I am always happy to find new "cousins" and family connections. The branches on our tree are every bit as strong as the tree itself. |
Piece by piece the information is found. I can see that it will be a life long puzzle. It makes me happy to think that once I'm gone, there will still by documentation of our family, and that they will never be forgotten. Me and my family will be the people that future generations will be researching 100 yrs. from now. I like to think that I am making that search a little easier...
My precious Grandmother, Velma Cunningham Wallace could not have imagined what I would be doing with a computer. She was very proud of her family, and loved to remember her childhood in Missouri. I don't think that she ever suspected that one day, I would be able to casually state the names of her Great Grandparents and their children. I think this would have made her happy and proud to be remembered.
Note: If I have added your family member's name and you would like to take it over, please let me know.
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|richard parnell||Roberts infant|
Michell please correct.Millard Roberts was not in the Indiana 22nd infrantry.The only one that was is also buried in the Peace cemetery.J.H.Ball,my wifes GGrandfather.He was born in New York,served in the Civil War in the 22nd Indiana infantry Co.E.He moved to Mercer County with his wife Rebecca.He is in the 1880 U.S.cences as living in Christian County.He had several children that lived in the area.My wifes Grandmother Emma Ball Stevens buried in Garrison Cemetery was her Dad Charley Stevens mother.Do not know when J.H.Ball died or what happened to his wife.Thanks.
|Walnut Grove Cemetery||Cunningham|
I will get back to you asap in a day or so. Ray
|Walnut Grove Cemetery||Cunningham family|
I may be of some help and would love to chat.
Ray Cunningham, president, Walnut Grove Cemetery
|searcher||RE: James Stinnett|
Ok I think I talked to her but not related but as I said I researched the family very well for a couple of generation i am at email@example.com if you want to talk
Added by searcher on Jan 31, 2011 2:47 PM
|searcher||RE: James Stinnett|
Not sure who Evelyn IS and no npt diretly related to james but I sure know a lot about hi. Its other Stinnett I relate to
Added by searcher on Jan 31, 2011 11:31 AM
Please click on her name (Anna Hansen)to read her bio, it has all of the information that I know of her and includes the names of her two children.
Added by Linda on Jan 20, 2011 9:53 AM
|JLS||RE: Find A Grave Memorial #36684932|
No need to transfer the memorial, I don't have any personal relationship with this family either. My husband and I are researching the Ellingsworth family. My husband is related on his mother's side, he's a great grandson of Phillip Henry Ellingsworth. According to my research so far, Dora and James had one daughter, Helen. Jame's obituary says he is survived by one daughter, Helen Blevins of Wichita, Kansas. He married Lillie Roberts after Dora's death and her obituary mentions a stepdaughter, Mrs. Howard Blevins of Wichita, Kansas. Also, Dora's death certificate in 1933 shows she died of eclampasia (seizures/convulsions) and toxemia due to pregnancy. That's all of the information I have at this point.
Could you also link her as spouse to James Jones Memorial #36673419.
Added by JLS on Jan 11, 2011 5:19 AM
|JLS||Find A Grave Memorial #36684932|
Could you please link Dora Ellingsworth Jones Memorial #36684932 to her parents Father: Marion Grant Ellingsworth Memorial #11347407 and Mother: Loutisha Noe Ellingsworth Memorial #11347399.
Added by JLS on Jan 10, 2011 2:22 PM
|SSG. Peter Duras USAR||RE: Words aren't enough...|
your welcome, I don't know what I did though. I hope things are going well with you.
|Richard S. Barzelogna||southwestern Missouri|
I graduated from SMSU in the Queen City of the Ozarks" (Springfield). Still have family in SW MO today.
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