|Sally Darby Sauer (#47102650)|
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|Researching family names: Darby, Walthall, Cranson, Trego, Davis, North, Beckley, Burcham, Peck, Wilkinson, Madison, Rambo, Samuell, Jacobsen, Jensen (Johnson), Rushton, Teeter, Johns, Simcock, Waln and others.|
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I added a couple photos to John and Nancy Darby in LasSalle Cemetery. I will look for the other kids next time I am there.
I did not realize John was a veteran until I read your "flower", I will place a flag for him on my next visit!
All the best, Debra
Added by Debra on Nov 10, 2013 11:25 AM
|David L Beavers-Bair||Stephen Clark Roe|
While researching my family, I found the flowers you left for Stephen Clark Roe. He is my maternal grandmother's grandfather. I'm looking for any information on the family I can find. Particularly, I'm researching the female lineage, so I'm interested in Ada Slentz. Any information you can share would be much appreciated.
Thank you for your time.
|B.J. Nelson||RE: Benta & Nelse Olsen|
I'm sorry to confuse people by my last name, but I don't use my real last name on Find-a-Grave. I have a very usual last name that my husband's grandfather made up in an attempt to Americanize his Polish name. Before I retired I was a telephone debit collector and used the name B.J. Nelson and I still use that name on the internet and to make restaurant reservations because people can't spell or pronounce Mikeljack. If any one on my ancestor list is related to you I would be more then happy help you with information. If you need info on someone in the cemetery in Longmont I would be happy to check the local newspaper microfilm. I go to the library at lest twice a month in the winter months so it would not be a bother. Also the last name Sauer is familiar to me, I went to school with people with that last name.
|Clint Dunn||Samuell memorials|
Hi, I see where you left a flower on our grandmothers memorial, Freda Samuell Memorial# 20815477, wife of Joseph Samuell son of William C Samuell. I see on your bio that you are researching the Samuell line. I would be glad to share with you what I have if it would be of help. Feel free to contact me via email, firstname.lastname@example.org or on my Find A Grave page.
Thanks for leaving the flower
|Susan Roberts||RE: Imogene Wood Carnat ion|
|Susan Roberts||Imogene Wood Carnat ion|
You left a messge on Imogene Wood Carnation's memorial. Did you know her? I am really trying to find family or friend of hers. Please contact me. email@example.com
|Ken Young||Asbury Church Cemetery|
You did a beautiful job of inputting. WHY did you start another Asbury Church Cemetery when there was already one ????? You might consider transferring yours to the existing cemetery and cancelling your duplicate one out to eliminate any confusion.
|Dave & Kristi Bruner||Correction or more information please|
I see where you have entered the following for Dora Norman in the Darby Cemetery in Schuyler county, Missouri: "Dora is the daughter of Samuel J. and Rosa May Leonard Darby."
- Sally Darby Sauer
I guess we need to see where and when Rosa May Leonard married into a Darby family. My husband descends from her but at this time we've not seen or heard of any record tying her to a Darby husband. I do have her as a wife to Clarence Main after Samuel's death and she is buried with him in Lancaster, Missouri. Your sources or information on this would be great!
|John Leonard||I would like to ask a thig or two|
Sally my mon was Mrs. Willard Leonard. She passed away in 1951, and my dad marreied Mary Carroll soon after. She was the mom I have knowen all my life. How are you related to the Darby's. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
I have the other half of the photo you added for A. Botts. The back writing states it is Grandma Darby & Grandma Boots
Contact me at email@example.com if you wish.
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