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Long Black Veil (#47144843)
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Myra Jean Hall
RE: Thomas McClanahan
Thanks for pointing out that guideline. I had missed that section before and another I had missed interpreted. Got me before I entered his sister Rita.

I wonder why they picked 1931 instead of 1941. Federal censuses are out that cover those years.
Maybe they have not updated the date?

This is the first cemetery (Hillsboro Cemetery) I have tryied to undertake. I have completed all photos - have a few retakes and just getting entered to go.The others have just been family tombs.
Thanks again
Myra Jean
Added by Myra Jean Hall on Sep 22, 2014 7:36 AM
Phurley
RE: Simpkins family
Yes I received them & responded back thru Great Grandpa Strib's memorial. Yes please respond thru my personal email I would love to hear more & hear who you are related too. I would to hear more stories. Please contact me thru my email. My Father was married 3 times I am from his 3rd wife I am actually his only biological child. My father has been living in Indiana for more than 15yrs & before that he was in Ohio
Added by Phurley on Sep 19, 2014 10:33 PM
Phurley
RE: Simpkins family
Thank you for replying. Yes I am related to the Simpkins. I am the Grandaughter of Lula Simpkins Hurley Daughter of her only Son Lester who just recently past a couple months ago. How about you???
Added by Phurley on Sep 19, 2014 9:11 PM
Phurley
Simpkins family
You have alot of information about the Simpkins family
I was wondering if you could contact please.
Added by Phurley on Sep 19, 2014 10:27 AM
lisa hagen
RE: photo
Thank you for checking!! I will look again to see who took it. I appreciate it!!
Added by lisa hagen on Sep 17, 2014 5:48 AM
lisa hagen
RE: photo
Find A Grave Memorial# 40682464


Thanks for the quick reply!!! :)
Added by lisa hagen on Sep 16, 2014 6:09 PM
lisa hagen
photo
Hi, my name is Lisa and I am Louisa's great great granddaughter. I would love to be able to use the photo of her grave site with your permission. Will definitely give you credit. I have information on my great grandmother Christine Scott Mefford who lived and is buried in Wise, VA. I really appreciate it. My email is huntrem42@aol.com

Thanks for doing all this work. People really do appreciate it.

hope to talk to you soon. Thanks
Added by lisa hagen on Sep 16, 2014 5:29 PM
Deirdre
RE: Kirchner, Dayton, Ohio
No, I am not. You're welcome.
Added by Deirdre on Sep 13, 2014 10:31 PM
Sally Crawford Cochran
RE: Nancy Morrow, Owingsville Cemetery
I have quite a bit actually. Nancy T Crawford married James Morrow on 20 Dec 1821 in Montgomery Co, and in a deed written in 1828 by John A Crawford, he gave part of his land to his daughter, Nancy, widow of James Morrow. When JA Crawford gifted Mt Sterling and Montgomery Co with the land to build the courthouse square under the condition that the property on which his daughter, Nancy Morrow lived would be tax free. Nancy can be found in the 1850 census record with one of her daughters, Mary C Morrow, in the household of JA Crawford.
Added by Sally Crawford Cochran on Aug 28, 2014 1:38 PM
granscrap
Samuel and James Graham
I agree that the records should be as accurate as possible so thanks for asking for more proof. The Grahams are part of my husband's family line. My research shows that James' mother's name was Morrison and he was the first born son. However, I have no census or hard document proof other than family trees from Ancestry.com at this time to answer your questions. Therefore, I withdraw my editing requests and will resubmit once I find more from further research.
Added by granscrap on Aug 27, 2014 7:53 AM
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