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Passionate about family history, I was fortunate to "inherit" multitudes of family photos which I am still sorting through. I appreciate this site and all the wonderful info it contains and connection with like minded researchers.|
Family names include HAYS, HENSLEY, HORTON, BATSON, PARK, BILLINGS, MASSENGALE, & KELLY, Thomas, McKinney, Rogers, Cobb, Sankey, etc.
Also Freitas, Dos Santos, Abreu on my husband's side.
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|Naomi Snider McFadden||RE: Angus G Kelly Jr|
Do you have any more information about him. He could be Angus' son but I don't have him listed. He had 10 children by wife Johnson and some were born after 1912. Angus Sr was my gggg grandfather.
|Judy Mayfield||RE: Ann Hays Flanary|
I have no relationship to Ann Flanary. Whenever I add a photo I usually add a token or flower as well. Del Huggins and I photographed this entire cemetery.
|George Rogers Park||John & Flora Batson|
nice photos. thanks
|Richard Parker||RE: Leonard A. Hays memorial|
BEFORE I CAN DO A TRANSFER, I NEED YOUR ID NUMBER.
|Teresa||RE: John B Horton|
Glad my information was helpful. You can't view the obituaries, you'll have to purchase it through this site.
Added by Teresa on Feb 05, 2012 4:53 PM
|George Rogers Park||RE: Jane Rogers Massengale|
if you visit Hugh & Nancy Rogers memorial on Find A Grave 20493615 you will see the headstone erected in their memory by the Hugh Rogers chapter of the DAR.
the obverse of the stone records that this couple had 12 sons and no daughters.
However, my own research finds the couple on the 1830 and 1840 census with a young girl in the home born sometime between 1820 - 1830. I think around 1824-1825 based on the 2 census records.
Hugh and Nancy both dec'd before 1850. So the probability is that this girl either died or was married (stronger probability) by 1850 as she would have been of age by that time.
None of the census records or other information would lead anyone to believe that there was a daughter in this family prior to that date. So whatever records you have showing your ancestor as their child are probably based on earlier incomplete or inaccurate research.
I do not claim perfection for my records, but have based it on the best available records at this time and 35 years of very frustrating work.
I would love to have more information about your family line. Can you share a text file of your family line from Jane Rogers Massengale?
send to firstname.lastname@example.org
|David Osborn ||RE: Stark Park|
Thank you for your kind words! The pictures I take belong to the family and friends and ultimately to the further meant purpose of recording genealogy by visual & digital means. I'm not sure if we have kin in Durango but would love an excuse to come visit the four corners again! (it's so beautiful down there!) thanks for allowing me the opportunity to serve. :)
|Sylvia Whaley||Ida Wilson Barker Hays|
I would love for you to add a picture of your GGM Ida Wilson Barker Hays to her memorial page on find-a-grave. What an honor. Thank you.
|Père Lachaise||RE: Bertha Hensley|
Hi. No, I'm Sharon's second son. I'm quite a bit older than Richard's kids, and I don't know them at all.
I would see Aunt Billie about 3 times a year growing up and I even have a fleeting memory of Earl.
|Père Lachaise||Bertha Hensley|
Hello. Boy, am I late responding to this message!
I'm a grandson of Bertha's sister Mildred, and I also remember the farm in or near Peculiar. I remember the chicken coop ruins and I thought that was cool as a kid. She gave me money every time I saw her! HA!
The last time I saw her was on Christmas Day 2000.
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