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My Mother's family surnames are: Andrews, Ashby, Bagley, Bedient, Briggs, Brown, Butler, Cadwell, Calkins, Campbell, Clough, Curtis, Duerden, Fowler, Frink, Hayden, Johnson, McDuffee, Mills, Sanborn, Utley, and Wolcott.
My Father's family surnames are: Barton, Collins, Davis, Dooms, Gray, Jones, Killingsworth, Nelson, Mabry, Patterson, Posting, Reynolds, Seiber, Silvey, and Wilkinson.
Please review my Memorials and let me know if I have any errors or if you think we are kin.
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|Greg & Jo Ann (Garner) Cadenbach||John Briggs|
The parents of John was added to his memorial
|MrDLoomis||RE: The Babbidges|
|John McCullough||Lyman Mills|
familysearch shows a Luna no maiden name and David as father.
|JFFothergill||Emma Boroughf (Moorehouse)|
Thanks for posting the photo of Emma and Israel Boroughf. They are my great, great, grandparents on my mother's side. Her maiden name is Borough (pronounced the same: borof).
|FS||RE: William Watson and Sarah Nash Watson|
Sorry about that! William E. Watson #91542661 married to Sarah A. Nash Watson and buried at Cedar Hill should be linked to his parents, Alexander #103636701 and Susan #103637663. I appreciate it!
Added by FS on Jun 04, 2014 8:12 AM
|FS||William Watson and Sarah Nash Watson|
Hello--I sent an edit form and also wanted to send a message for you to link William Watson with his parents, my Gr-Gr Grandparents, Alexander Watson, #103636701 and Susan Watson #103637663. I appreciate it ;-)
Added by FS on May 29, 2014 9:00 PM
Thank you very much for the transfer.
Yes I love Find A Grave.
Added by andieno on Feb 03, 2014 8:06 PM
|Fish||RE: Herbert Butler|
Added by Fish on Aug 02, 2013 8:45 PM
|Donna Ruhland Bonning||Hiram Curtiss|
I've transferred Hiram's memorial to you so you can add the additional info for him. That's an interesting(an yet tragic) story about how he died. My 3rd great grandfather was chopping down trees and somehow struck his leg and more than likely bled to death. A very hazardous time back then. I've seen a few tombstones that tell how people died by falling from a wagon and a few that said they were killed by the cars.....which meant trains at that early stage of the game for them. Interesting that they would have inscribed these on their tombstone.
|R Tiffany/Taylor||RE: Sarah Amanda Jones Smith|
Do you have the marriage date for Doc Smith and Sarah Seiber/Jones?
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