|Scotty P (#47238235)|
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|This started for me, probably the same as for many other people. I received many pictures, and much information on my side of the family from my Aunt Mary. My wife received many pictures, and much information from her mother. I then started putting it all together on Ancestry.com. From there to Find A Grave. Now I am hooked and work on both as often as possible. |
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|Stephanie Renae Herron Rigsby||RE: George Austin Deffenbaugh|
You are very welcome!
|janet donner||dorothy jinks 30575264|
You put a newspaper obit in the picture section of this site. Find A Grave says that is a no no I have her obit typed out and if you want anything else added to the obit use the edit tab and I will add
Pls take down the obit.
|sjmohr||William Suddath photo|
Guess I forgot to click the "Add Photo" button when I posted his headstone pix. Sorry! It's on his memorial page now!
Added by sjmohr on Jul 12, 2016 1:36 PM
|JeanR||RE: Moses Sanders|
Thanks for getting back to me. Much appreciated.
Added by JeanR on Jul 03, 2016 12:56 PM
Hi Scotty, do you know anything about R. A. Sanders (aka Robert Saunders?) who is on the 1870 census with Moses? Robert married Laura Smith in 1891 in Coles County. Laura's mother was Mary Elizabeth Nation, and I know Moses' second wife was a Nation. I'm trying to find out what happened to Robert & Laura, and eventually learn more about her father, Charles Smith. Thank you. Jean
Added by JeanR on Jun 29, 2016 9:27 PM
|Dorothy@OKOBOJI||#60166293 George H. Smith|
Hello I am working on George H.Smith, a military aviator who died in a crash into a lake near my home. In doing a family tree I have
William H.Smith 1867-1936 & Mary M. Smith 1867-1944
as Parents to
George J. Smith 1895-1961 whose wife was Ruth Hugh Smith 1893-1983 whose parents were Perry & Florance Hugh - George J. and Ruth were parents to George H. Smith 1914-1940 who I am working on. I am using ancestry.com and headstone information - could you look and see where I off on the information - any other data makes the time frame between generations not work - thanks for you help on this
|John Kernell||Find A Grave Memorial# 99134885|
Lucy Elizabeth Charlton Graves was the daughter of Abner W. Charlton (my 3rd great grandfather) and his 2nd wife Sarah Shelton. They were married 6 October, 1853 in Allen County, KY. You are showing her father as John I.J. Charlton and his wife as her parents. He is her half brother. She had a husband before Silas Graves. He was John William Ausbrooks born 9 February, 1860 in Sumner County, TN and died 13 January, 1904 in Wapanucha, Johnston County, OK. He and Lucy Elizabeth married 30 August, 1881 in Sumner County, TN. They divorced and she married Silas Graves in 1885, which you are showing. To my knowledge she did not have any children with Ausbrooks.
|Tim Heath||Memorial Transfer|
Hello ScottyP; would you be so kind and transfer to me the memorial of Willie Ann (Rippy) Pearson - Mandrell, Find A Grave # 126624033. She is my wife Margo's grandmother.
Thanking you in advance. Tim Heath Find A Grave # 47409263
|wayne||Barbara Pound # 24648411|
Scotty, I just figured out what 's going on at the Find A Grave site. The prior manager is just citing the 1850 census, beginning with Barbara's mother Ann. No problem there.
Added by wayne on Apr 14, 2016 5:12 AM
|wayne||Barbara Pound # 24648411|
Looks like you inherited this memorial, so you may know nothing about the person. We don't understand why the name of the memorial is Barbara Pound but the biographical data discusses someone named Ann Pound. OK, her name could have been Barbara Ann, we guess.
An additional complication is that Barbara Pound appears in 1860 in Orange Co. on a slave schedule, listed with the family of Peter Pound. We are very familiar with his record and the records of all the Pound family north and south. This is the first occurrence of the name Barbara, giving all the more reason to think that she was black or mulatto.
Could you possibly verify any of the bio data that is posted?
Added by wayne on Apr 14, 2016 4:35 AM
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