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Sherma Nelson (#47075165)
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Bio Photo My name is Sherma Nelson,I have always loved Genealogy .I was thrilled to come upon this site this this is such a wonderful Idea.I am really looking forward to finding my Ancestors and helping other people find theirs.So many Volunteer have help us in taking photo of are family! So we want to help others.
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Robert Ragan
RE: William Caldwell
If you are somewhat familiar with computer, here is what you do:
Hi-lite the message I sent. Right click on it and select "copy". Without closing the link, go to the bio section, right click again at the appropriate place and select "paste." It should transpose to the bio page.

If you call me, I will try and walk you through it. 704.333.9157.

Third option is to re-type it in yourself.

Fourth, transfer the account to me, I will attach it, and transfer the memorial back to you.

I think if you practice the hi-lite/copy/paste you will get the knack of it. It's a wonderful tool. It took me some while to learn it.
Robert
Added by Robert Ragan on Apr 23, 2015 11:37 AM
Robert Ragan
RE: William Caldwell
There is no book on William Caldwell, other than genealogical records. However, I have written a short history, "Origin of the Caldwell Family of York County, SC and Gaston County, NC" and a compilation of the "Civil War Diary of Robert Allison Caldwell," both of which are in certain libraries, including the Mormon Family History Library in Salt Lake City, both of which are available online, I think.

Are you by any chance related to the Caldwell's?
Added by Robert Ragan on Apr 21, 2015 3:06 PM
Robert Ragan
RE: William Caldwell
Thank you. I am pleased that you will attach the bio of William Caldwell to the memorial. I look forward to seeing it. It will compliment the generations leading up to him.
Added by Robert Ragan on Apr 21, 2015 3:01 PM
Shauna Hanlon Mathie
CLEO ETHEL JORDAN
Hi Sherma~ I sent an email to you today (or late last night??) about our family member Cleo Ethel JORDAN. Can you please check your SPAM box for it? If you don't find it, I can re-post the message here.

Thanks, Shauna
Added by Shauna Hanlon Mathie on Apr 19, 2015 1:38 PM
Robert Ragan
William Caldwell
Sherma,
Would you mind making the small requested change to William Caldwell #35624181: His birth was in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, not Ireland.
Thanks, RR
Added by Robert Ragan on Mar 08, 2015 4:02 PM
lloker
Wrong cemetery
Rader, Helen Boyd 45475118
Rader, Leonard Andrew 45475037


The cemetery does not have burials for the Raders. Please move them to a cremaion until you find the correct cemetery.

Regards,
Lloker
Added by lloker on Sep 08, 2014 11:04 AM
An Oregonian
Dorothia Lamb Johnson
It has been documented:
Hello, regarding two Dorothy Lambs. The lady who married Daniel Johnson was born about 1673, I have no death date for her. She married Daniel Johnson 23 Dec 1697. Her parents were Abiel Lamb born 1646 and died 1710 Framingham, MA. and Elizabeth Clark born 1647 Watertown, MA. and died 11 Dec 1692 at roxbury, Suffolk, MA. Her mother was not Elizabeth Alcock.
Added by An Oregonian on Aug 04, 2014 2:37 PM
An Oregonian
Dorothy Lamb Johnson
Hello, regarding two Dorothy Lambs. The lady who married Daniel Johnson was born about 1673, I have no death date for her. She married Daniel Johnson 23 Dec 1697. Her parents were Abiel Lamb born 1646 and died 1710 Framingham, MA. and Elizabeth Clark born 1647 Watertown, MA. and died 11 Dec 1692 at roxbury, Suffolk, MA. Her mother was not Elizabeth Alcock.
Added by An Oregonian on Jul 10, 2014 12:50 PM
Craig Russell
Olmstead Johnson Grave
I visited the Warrenton Town Hall yesterday (11/7/2011) to obtain the grave location for Olmstead. I was informed that a fire in 1901 destroyed all the cemetery records. I then went over to the cemetery and was informed by the caretaker where he would have been buried at that period. I spent the afternoon searching for a marker, without success. There were legible markers dated in the 1700's. Since he was a transient at the time of his death, he probably never had a marker.
Craig Russell - direct descendant of John Johnson.
Added by Craig Russell on Nov 08, 2011 7:25 AM
Nickie Anderton
vashtia emily Johnson Mecham
I have gone through my record books for clover cemetery and I do not have anything for her. there is no headstone or any marker. Do you know a location of where she is? My husband is the sexton and I keep the books my most updated list can be found at rushvalleytown.com if you would like to look
thanks for any help you can give
Nickie
Added by Nickie Anderton on Oct 30, 2011 12:25 AM
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