|G. Robideaux (#47038740)|
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I am a retired grandmother. I am an avid genealogist and spend time every day working on my family history.I love reading, playing piano, music, old pictures. I grew up in Chandler, OK, but now live in Natchitoches, LA.|
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|wayne||our Mason Co. SP stone|
Sis, better remove your flower message for the time being. We don't know who this man is. wp
Added by wayne on Dec 11, 2014 9:30 PM
|Zeno||RE: Ernestine Earp|
Sorry, but the only info I have is on the stone.
Added by Zeno on Sep 04, 2014 7:56 PM
|Ms. Clyde||RE: tombstone|
If you go to her memorial, you can press picture button and request that someone take a photo. You don't have to be the originator to do this. Good luck.
|Kathy Mahmens||Jesee Winchell family|
Does anyone know the boy that was adopted by Jesse & Etta Winchell in 1904? From what I hear, he was 6 weeks old. His name was Thomas Claiborne Winchell b Mar 17,1904. He is living with the Winchells 1910 Noble Co, OK. Arlie is not with them at this time. Arlie is found in the 1925 Wyandotte Co, KS census with the Winchells. Trying to find Thomas' birth parents.
|Joyce Hopkins||Ernest Fay Earp-30708534|
Did this Earp teach school at Carney, Lincoln Co., Okla. I had a teacher that looked like he could have been this person.
Joyce Martin Hopkins
|Georgia Girl||Earp Family|
Gerry, Would like to share with you a very interesting "query" (dtd.: 1968) that I discovered many years ago. It was submitted by Mr. Ernest F. Earp (Longdale, OK) to the "Family Puzzler," published in Danielsville, GA and is no longer in publication. I've incl. the Earp (incl. related families) to F.A.G. web site. Look forward to hearing from you.
|Steve Nelson||RE: William Orr|
No. I'm no relation. You might call Gerald Orr (217) 985-3705. He's an elderly man who lives in that area. I've heard his wife or sister-in-law does genealogy.
|Toni Helvey Schlaefli||Benjamin Pound child|
Gerry - in regard to the "Martin" you mentioned on the 1860 census, I am pretty sure he is Amos Martin Pound.. thanks
|angela d||willima flatt|
I think I got the one you asked for transferred. Happy I could help. If there are any others let me know.
Added by angela d on Sep 23, 2012 9:46 AM
You've got Uncle Wendel down as born in 1823.
Added by wayne on Sep 22, 2012 5:46 AM
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