|Billy Barber (#47223426)|
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I have been on and off as a genealogist since 1990, collected resources and old family photos on both of my parents' lineages. About 92% of my lineages had immigrated to America before the American Revolution.|
My father's lineages in Maryland: Barber, Burroughs/Burriss, Burrus/Bary (France), Ricketts, Beall, Reitz (Germany), Mullican, Nicholson, Williams, Rine, Bean, Johnson, Trail, Lewis, Holland, Walker, Clay, Northcraft, Cheney and others.
My mother's lineages in Virginia: Joseph, Coffeld/Coffelt, Arey, Nester, Duffy, Guyer, Kauffman/Coffman, Hollar, Nicely, Shifflett, Miley, Helsley, Rinker, Dake, Rawley, Stowers, Briant, Miller, Dillinger, Waggoner, Carle, Kauffman/Coffman and others.
Johnny William Barber, Alan Barber and I, each of us had a Y-chomosome test done by Family Tree DNA who informed us that we are a perfect 37/37 match.
See for more information at http://www.familytreedna.com/public/barber
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|Sabina||RE: Pvt Joseph P. Coffelt|
Added by Sabina on Jul 31, 2016 7:45 AM
|E49||Riffey, Stella Gertrude nee Hollar, # 152587426|
Dear Billy Barber,
Thank you for finding and sending me Stella's obit. I have added it to her memorial Bio.
Always, in F-A-G brotherhood,
Added by E49 on Jul 26, 2016 8:11 AM
|Lynda||Jeremiah J Lewis|
Would you please let me know where you were able to find Jeremiah's mother's maiden name being Beall. From the information I have found it has only listed her by her first name of Margaret.
I would appreciate any help you can give me!!
Added by Lynda on Jul 17, 2016 10:12 AM
|Sabina||Pvt Joseph P. Coffelt|
Hi. Thought you might like to see a photo of his stone recently cleaned by a local monument company. A voluntary undertaking by them to restore and clean Verteran markers.
Added by Sabina on Jul 02, 2016 11:32 AM
|Stephen Decker||William Beall|
Would you like control of this marker?
|Linda Simpson Davidson||Robert Musgrove|
Thank you for the obituary; I have added it to the memorial. Do you know if the spelling of the surname is correct in the obituary? It is Musgrove on the tombstone. Also, I would be happy to transfer if you are related.
|Mary Walzer||George Thompson|
Thank you for the obituary. I have added it to his memorial.
|E. Cramer Belt||Alice and Wellington Boyer|
I just wanted to say thank you Billy for adding Wellington Boyer as Alice Boyer's husband so quickly!! I appreciate all of the work you do with Find A Grave!! Take care and have a GREAT day!! Emily
|Dogwalker 41||RE: Marvin Clinton Pence, Jr.|
I will be happy to take a pic of his wife. Would you please put a request in for the picture, and I will fulfill it? I like to keep tabs on the pictures from each cemetery that I have taken.
|W. Warder||RE: Marnie V. Griffith Grave Stone|
In the caption section of the photo I added a note that Ruth Calvert is an unmarked burial. I walk the cemetery with my cellphone and the online interment record to insure that I am in the right spot.
Marnie Griffith was the only marked burial in the lot.
Online records can be found here: http://www.cemeteryregister.com/search.asp?id=DC_Washington
If you search by Section N, Lot 071 you will see that Marnie Griffith is also interred in that lot. Sorry there was no stone for Ruth.
Have a wonderful evening!
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