I am disabled veteran. I started doing family genealogy on behalf of my children and grandchildren. I am the first in my family to start a Massey Genealogy Tree. I believe in life, the joys, ups and downs. Life is short, this is my chance to help my family members who came before and those that will come after. My heart belongs to New England and Wisconsin areas. This tree is in honor of my father LARRY LEE MASSEY SR. and my mother MARY LOUISE KAENEMAN MASSEY. You both live on thru your children and Grandchildren. You will always be in our hearts, mind and souls. Your family misses you both so much. Look forward to seeing you both again.
All PRAISE and GLORY belong to God, He has given the me the determination and guidance to help me in my task for researching my FAMILY GENEALOGY.
94368477 Trying to verify where McDonald comes from for Lizzie's maiden name. All of the death certificates on the boys say her maiden name was Little. Any input? Trying to get it correct on our records. Can't even find a marriage record on her to Simeon, though we figured they married in Alabama because Cader is born there in 1875-1878ish. Any input you have would be greatly appreciated.
RE: Charles Abbott Morton # 78755801 Hi Glenn, you are welcome. There is a large family plot with Glenn A. d.1981, Glenn A. d.1966, Teresa B., Ruth S., John S., Laura S., all Morton's. Also John and Matilda Sheppard, Mildred Huth, Ann Buck and Marie Bearth. I added pics of them all. Take care, Bob L.
Ada McCausland Glenn, I looked at Rosemont for her grave and could not find it. I did find a headstone for Ada L. Offerle 1894-1936 (year of death is the same and birth year off by 2 year). It was near where it should have been. I have photos do you think this is the right person?
MASSEY PHOTOS My name is Art Aranda and I live in San Antonio, Texas. A few years ago, I took some items to a trash dumpster. I noticed a box laying beside the dumpster and upon closer inspection I noticed it contained several family photos. I brought the box home with the intent to try to find a family member. Unfortunately, I placed them in the garage and forgot about them. This week, I was cleaning out the garage and I ran across the long forgotten box. The box contains photos and the funeral signature book for Bernice Massey which indicated she was buried in Goshen Cemetery. I looked up the cemetery and found this site. If you are interested in them, I can mail them to you. Or if there is a family member living in San Antonio, have them call me and I will be glad to turn the photos over to them. Art Aranda (210) 710-7924
Gale Ringley 145443446 Glenn, what do you think about getting a temporary from the funeral home? Many graves I come across have temps from many years back, esp when there was no one left living to place a marker. I would be glad to see about that if I have the family's ok. Val
Gale Ringley 145443446 I am disappointed to have to tell you there is no marker for Gale's grave. The cemetery folks went out with me and brought the plot map and located other graves around it to pinpoint the burial. His file was missing today and I left my name and number so they would call me with anything helpful as far as life information, perhaps also as to why there was no marker. So sorry! I will post a couple photos of the site and if I learn anything will put it on his page so check back. He is in the Garden of Prayer, #66- A-2. Val
RE: Dorothy Under Find A Grave guides The earliest date on memorials is the one they use if there are duplicate memorials.
The one I created was on September 7, 2012 and Cindy created hers on March 17, 2014. If the dates were in reverse, I would be glad to delete the one I created. However, this is not the case. Cindy should in fairness should remove the duplicate she created.
RE: Dorothy I created this memorial two years before Find A Grave Memorial # 126507844. It would have been more appropriate if she (Cindy S. Munson) had advised me of additions and/or corrections instead of duplicating the memorial.
Massey research im Gwen McAlilly Buckley & I'm assembling family history books for my children. My paternal grandmother was Clara Beatrice Carr McAlilly. Her mother was Katy Elinor Massey Carr. Katy's sister was Lucy Massey. I remember as a child hearing her name mentioned. There were receipts in my grandmother's things for items she sent to the Stste Hospital for Lucy Massey's care. I would appreciate any help or information on the Massey branch (& any other farther back) especially military. Thanks in advance for any information.