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debbie richardson (#47128208)
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Bio Photo I'm a home educator who has always been interested in "people stories". I remember sitting on the floor of the upstairs "attic" with my grandma looking at photos and letters in an old trunk while she told me stories of "long ago".

I moved back near my hometown after being away for twenty years and bought an 1860's era house. I began researching the house...then I began researching my ancestors....then my husband's ancestors....and found FAG along the way.

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James Gentry (Jamie Davis)
Added by James Gentry (Jamie Davis... on Sep 15, 2011 12:51 AM
Jean Reed Herbelin
Thomas transfers
Thanks so much for the transfers!

Added by Jean Reed Herbelin on May 23, 2010 7:19 PM
Cherri Lusk
Jacob Anspach
His death date is supposed to have been 28 JUL 1860, 45y 1m 13d. Let me know if you confirm this. Thank you for checking this out.
Added by Cherri Lusk on Mar 19, 2010 9:06 PM
Cherri Lusk
Jacob Anspach
Dear Debbie,

His death date can not be right as Jacob who was married to Salome Lefler is on the 1860 census on the 20th of July 1860. Could this be a different Jacob? This could be Jacob's father as he also lived in Decatur Co. Jacob Sr. was Salome's guardian. Salome is supposed to be buried next to Jacob.

Cherri Lusk
Added by Cherri Lusk on Mar 19, 2010 9:09 AM
Debbie Gravett
RE: William Marshall
Thank you. I will try to find more information.
Added by Debbie Gravett on Jul 12, 2009 11:26 AM
Joseph Devine
Thank you, Andrew and Lucinda are my GGG Grandparents. I have a picture of the stone, but never got the time to enter it. The stone I believe was for William and Nancy Devine. I beleive they were related to Andrew and Lucinda but I do not know how. I am related to other Devines' mostly Andrews' daughters and Grand children. I have researched in Decatur Co. and visit the grave every Summer.
Added by Joseph Devine on Jun 15, 2009 2:08 PM
Dana Miller Jackson
Thank you for taking the time to take a picture of Churchill Christy's headstone. It has helped me with my family research.
Added by Dana Miller Jackson on May 29, 2009 11:44 AM

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