|Stephen Barneby (#47157980)|
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I have been working on my family genealogy for several years now. It's a fascinating hobby that really gets its hooks into you.|
I am retired from both the Army and the Foreign Service, currently living in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
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|Elizabeth Marlow O.||David Hallman|
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I am always happy to correct, edit, add to or link any memorial I manage, and I am looking forward to hearing from you to make this a better memorial. Please use the Edit tab on the memorial to submit what you would like included.
This is the third time you have requested this memorial. Each time you stated you have more info to add. I have offered to add every time but have yet to receive any type of bios, etc.
24 Feb 2013
06 Jun 2014
29 Mar 2015
|herb & Cindy||RE: Laura Kline|
your welcome And thank you for your Serves And god bless Herb
|Everett Baranowski||William Harrison Update|
Concerning William Harrison's wife, I have photos of her grave along side of what appears to be two of her brothers from St. Peter's, Section 4. There's a group photo of the three graves as well. If you're interested in the photos, please feel free to check out my profile and shoot me an e-mail. I still keep William on my list as I continue walking the 4 adjoining cemeteries looking for requests. No luck as of yet. I may have to try looking through other cemetery's records for ya to see if maybe he is buried elsewhere in the Oxford vicinity. Still seems perfectly natural that he should be buried next to his wife, but there's just no marker present. ~Everett
|Jeffrey and Ana||RE: Thomas Morehead|
Steve, it was our pleasure to look for your family member and I wish we had better results for you. When I first found Beaver cemetery 20 years ago There was a wood marker, the only one of it's kind that was visible and some years later it is not there. Buried maybe. I thought it interesting when you said wood marker because of what I remember long ago. If you would approve it, I would like a friend of mine to make another marker for Thomas and have it placed in the cemetery. I don't want anything, it is no problem to do and would be my pleasure as I think our names should last through the ages. I hope you approve. Jeffrey
|melissa powers||RE: Prudence Gail|
You are very welcome. Yes you may use the photo for whatever you need to.
|Seeker Mel||RE: Milton Junction Cemetery|
|Seeker Mel||RE: Milton Junction Cemetery|
Thanks so much for asking to use the photos for your tree. Sure you may use them. Please give me the credit for the photos. Please use my Find A Grave name Seeker Mel. Thanks again
|Lori T||RE: Livingstons in Georgetown|
I didn't see this message, Stephen. Apologies for not replying earlier.
I DON'T MIND AT ALL if you use these pix for your ancestry. Ancestry.com is actually linked to Find A Grave, so they're a part of this great network.
Thank you for asking. :)
Added by Lori T on Mar 18, 2015 11:56 AM
|Brenda||RE: John S. White|
We have corrasponded before on our White heritage. I descend from the brother of your Eleanor...John Andrew which migrated to Commanche Texas in the 1870's. I agree that there are 2 Joseph White's in Greene Co Alabama and that has my head spinning trying to figure out who is who, so I quit trying to figure it out. My (our) Joesph White married Sarah Jane Bouchillion making it a 2nd marriage for him (1st wife Margret Means)and they had 6 children together and they all migrated to Texas which leaves me to believe he might have died in Texas (no proof) as thier youngest daughter was born in 1885 in Commanche Co Texas as that is what her death certs states. Do you have proof of where he died?
I think I followed the right path with this Joseph White....not 100% though but my proof documents tell me I followed the trail pretty good as I stated I think!!
John Andrew...his son,my grandfather Guy White, my mother Doris then me Brenda.
Added by Brenda on Mar 15, 2015 11:28 AM
|SFO||RE: Infant Lamb|
Please feel free to use the photograph I posted for Memorial #36247963. Glad I could help!
Added by SFO on Mar 10, 2015 11:39 PM
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