|Ashley (Killian) OBeck (#47093636)|
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I began researching my own genealogy at the age of 15 in 2000 when my Mother got me interested in it. She had started genealogy in the 1970s, but it had come to a halt when she needed the 1910 census to be released. Since then I have become addicted to researching my family, my husband's and a few of my friend's as well. If I neglect to leave a thank you note for anyone who fulfills any photo requests, I'm sorry. I get bombarded with genealogy contacts every day and sometimes I lose track. I know that genealogy would be much more difficult than it already is without the help of volunteers. So thank you all, for everything you do.|
Names I research:
Killian, Solomon, Catlege, Eckhardt, Olesinski, O'Beck (originally Hoebeke), DeGlopper, Fochtman, Alexander, Eastwood, Couts, Meredith, Vigil, Burris, Casey, and many others.
CEMETERY PHOTOS OUT OF MY AREA:
Anywhere I travel, I usually stop and visit cemeteries that are old or interesting. If I have posted photos from other states or areas outside of Southern California, I took those photos on a trip, and unfortunately cannot take volunteer photos for those locations.
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B McDowell, Betty Harrigill..., Dieter Birkenma..., James A. Pingr..., James Seidelman, Leigh Ann, Mary L Broderic..., Robert Blackbur..., Robert DeLong, Sean McCauley, Tim Bear
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|Michael Cotton||RE: Cotton|
My Cotton's are a bit chaotic. I think they are mostly from the Lyon County and Princeton KY areas. they moved from Albemarle, Virginia at the time of Littleberry Cotton in the early 1800s. Walter Cotton came from Crakemarsh, England to Surry, Virginia in the late 1600s. But my grandfather moved to Gulfport, Mississippi in the early 1930s, but I have recently been finding cousins and trying to connect with them, but it's not easy (and a lot of people think you're nuts when you just appear from out of nowhere)!
|Michael Cotton||RE: Amos and Elizabeth freeman|
You are entirely welcome. The caretaker said that, maybe in the spring, they will be able to find and uncover their son, Amos, if his stone is covered over with grass.
|P. Oliver||RE: Alene Stoll|
You are welcome.
|m hendriksen||Patricia Titman at Glendale|
She is listed in plot 29 grave 2 in Mt Vernon section. However, I found only a stone for Owens also plot 29 grave 1 at this plot. These seem to be family plots in this area so maybe she is a relation. I will be posting that stone soon, have to download it first from my camera. You can try calling the cemetery and see if they can give you any info on she. The staff there have been wonderful to me when I have had questions. Let me know if you need anything else. Martha
|Ronald Estes||RE: Laron Estes|
I have been finding that I am related to over 85% of the Esteses in the United States - I am a distant cousin to Laron.
|Valerie Pruett Smith||Lucy Ann Elizabeth Burruss Hunt|
Hello Ashley, I'm hoping that maybe you can help with info on Lucy A.E. Burruss Hunt in locating her grave. She died I believe in 1862 because T.W. and (3rd) wife, Martha Bryant Hunt's daughter (Mrs. A.O. Holland) has on T.W. Hunt's head stone. A mistake no doubt. I saw that you had gotten some info from Don Shadburn so maybe he may can help in the location of Lucy Burris Hunt's grave. They always lived in Forsyth County so my thinking she was buried there until the Buford Dam Project and many graves were moved...Just hoping ! Thanks, Valerie
|Valerie Pruett Smith||Lucy Ann Elizabeth Burruss/ Burris|
I noticed the photo of John Henry Burruss that you had posted on his Find A Grave memorial. I was wondering if you may know where Lucy Ann E. B. Hunt may be buried. She was born Va. 1822-23 Married Thomas Winn Hunt b. Ga.1813 May 17,18?? Sorry drew a blank. I have the info on the marriage in my files but not at hand. Lucy Ann E. was a sister of John H. Burruss/Burris. I so much enjoyed the picture.I thank you in advance for any info or pics that you may share with me. Thomas Winn and Lucy A.E. Hunt were my Great Great Grandparents. I descend from their son Henry Thomas Hunt b.1845 Ga.
|Sharyn Decker-Moorehead||RE: Brown/Braun|
you are welcome.
|Pamala Metzger Gammill & Teresa Shumaker McMinn||RE: Catledge|
You are so very welcome, that cemetery was a tough one to find, but we did. Glad I was able to find it and get photos for you and other Catledge family history buffs. God Bless, Pam
|macso||RE: Gabino Monroy|
You're very welcome. Glad I could be of help to you. Chris
Added by macso on Jul 08, 2013 11:16 PM
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