|Bruce Hallowell (#47186997)|
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|Retired Air Force (20 years) and active DoD Contractor. Raised 7 children with the love of my life Pam Goodloe Hallowell. Have been an avid genealogist for 10+ years. Working on publishing a multi-volume set covering all Hallowells in North America.|
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I transferred Donald Hallowell to you. He is not of my family. Thank you.
I'm related to countless Hallowell ancestors / relatives on my father's side. Most in the New England areas. Whitefield, Windsor, and Jefferson Me. for starters. If you would like, please contact me the correction section on one of my Hallowell memorials I maintain.
Thank you for your time.
I'm researching my 3rd great grandparents Alexander & Elizabeth Hallowell, their son Isaac is my line. I think I got the wrong last maiden name (Hinkle) for Elizabeth from ancestry, so I came here to see if I could find a memorial for her. I see that you have listed that you got her maiden name from Edwin's marriage certificate. I don't even have Edwin's name listed on my tree, but his birthdate would coincide with the 1830 census I saw. Do you happen to have an Isaac Lee (b 1843) listed as a son of Alexander and Elizabeth?
|Louise||H Warren Hallowell|
I found the answer- married June 10, 1933.
Added by Louise on Sep 18, 2014 1:07 PM
|Louise||Hughes Warner Hallowell|
I have a mystery for you to help me solve. A distant relative of mine Emma Pepper-Wynn-Hallowell #135950341. Her Pa death certificate says married to H.Warner Hallowell. His first wife died 1929- 1930 census he isn't remarried.Can't find a marriage for Emma and Warner. There is just a small window in which they would have married 1930 to 1935. Emma is buried with her family in Northwood. Can you help solve this mystery?
Added by Louise on Sep 16, 2014 1:26 PM
|Lizann||Find a grave rules for transfers|
Explain your relationship in the request!non-direct relatives (aunts, uncles, cousins, etc) are not required to be transferred. Keep in mind that the original contributor may also be related to the memorial and may not make the transfer. Bulk surname requests should not be made.
Your bulk transfer request for all Hallowells in PA will not be made
Added by Lizann on Sep 14, 2014 4:38 AM
|Mary(Coggin)Russell||Rachel C. Hallowell|
I have the original Marriage invitation of her daughter, I believe. The issue is though, you do not have her listed as one of her children, so wondered if we could maybe figure this out. I have the invitation for Sue E. Hallowell to James C. Chambers in 1881.
Bruce I tried to reply to the death certificate email but they bounce back to me now. Just wanted to make sure you knew how appreciative I was of it. Would love to see your tree as I don't have ancestry but do have computer programs for my trees and can send you my GEDCOM as well. Please resend an email and thanks again for helping me so much!!!!
I emailed you but I would like to leave a message here too. I descend from the Hallowell's of Philly and Camden and need some help on my line. Some of my line is on here but not all as I can't get to Jersey to research much and live here in Alabama. Please email me if you can, I think if my line does tie to yours like I think I have some newer info to add to help you with your cause.
|Jennifer Bennett Powers||Aetis Louise Hallowell Herwehe|
Thanks for the catch!
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