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Robin Wright Hissam (#47248063)
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Bio Photo I was born Robin Lee Wright, November 21, 1957, at the Osteopathic Hospital in East Liverpool, Ohio. I lived on Annesley Road in Glenmoor until June 1964. We moved to Pennsylvania Avenue in Chester, West Virginia, to the house my Mom grew up in. I started school that fall and went all the way to graduate at Oak Glen High School a year early in 1975. I was married at the First Presbyterian Church in Chester, June 25, 1976. My first daughter, Darci Lee, was born 1979, and my second was born 1985. We moved to Byron, Georgia, the same year and lived there for 24 years. My third daughter, Kassi Lee, was born in 1987. After all three daughters were grown, I moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee in 2009 and am currently living there. My two oldest daughters live there, too, and my youngest is living in my house in Byron with her husband at this present time. I have 2 granddaughters and 1 grandson and 1 grandchild on the way.
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Donna White
RE: Annie Hearn
I don't remember any John Shipley. I have extended my tree very far and added cousin's tree branches and 2nd/3rd/4th/5th cousin branches...and people who marry in branches. I just get caught up in details sometimes.This John Shipley could be one of those far out details in my tree.

As for people putting children in a children's home, I recently ran across a distant cousin whose mother died young, having about 5 young children and one baby. she died of the flu. Her husband wound up putting the young children in an orphanage and the baby in an "infant asylum" which was where the baby was on a tube some sort of hospital setting. Women often died in childbirth. People died of various things like the flu or gall stones, etc...things that people go to the doctor for today. If a spouse wound up alone with children they were unable to care for, there was no welfare or food stamps. The options were maybe prostitution (women), putting the kids in an orphanage or with other relatives to raise, or remarrying quickly...maybe other options that I haven't thought of..

Sometimes men took off and left women alone with kids also...maybe vice versa, but probably not so much...

If you can find any of the kids who were in the orphanage still alive and contact them, you might be able to fill in the blanks...or kids of the kids in the orphanage..

Added by Donna White on Apr 02, 2016 6:23 PM
Donna White
RE: Annie Hearn
thanks. did i have the wrong group of people for your opal white? donna
Added by Donna White on Apr 01, 2016 2:16 PM
Donna White
RE: White family of Ohio
Hi Robin,
I think I may have found the wrong Nettie Lee White..are you still online? can you transfer Annie Hearn back to me? donna
Added by Donna White on Mar 31, 2016 7:28 PM
Donna White
re: annie hearn
Hi robin, can you transfer Annie Hearn back to me so I can fix the memorial? my number is 48144068
donna white
Added by Donna White on Mar 30, 2016 3:57 PM
Vickie Oates Woods
RE: Carl Felts, Jr. And family 131300701
Hi Robin, thank you for your message. I am afraid I cannot be of any help to his daughter. I didn't know Mr. Felts. I made his memorial when I saw his obituary. I am sorry that I can't help. I wish I could.

Sincerely, Vickie
Added by Vickie Oates Woods on Apr 21, 2015 8:09 PM
RE: Ralph Wilson
You are very welcome. Thank you for showing your appreciation.
Added by LCR on Mar 09, 2014 11:09 AM
Carol Cooper
Thank you so much for taking time to photograph Miles Pinkton "Pink" Penney's tombstone.
Added by Carol Cooper on Jan 29, 2013 2:39 PM
The Irish Lady
Joseph Harrion Bayles - Greenwood Cem
Almost sounds like blackmail, for profit. I seriously doubt he could keep people from taking pictures. (If I let one, I have to let all). Is he going to stop everyone who visits with a camera? Here, it would be strange for a person to own a cemetery, unless on a farm, or such.

It is truly sad when people spend their lives trying to stifle information that others find vital. Thanks for trying. Gail
Added by The Irish Lady on Aug 14, 2012 11:34 PM
Henry Anthony
Thanks for going out to Greenwood Cemetery to look for my relative's graveside. It is truly regrettable that the cemetery owner chooses to be that way. I work for a cemetery, and as inconvenient it is sometimes I will gladly help anyone locate graves for people. I plan to speak with that owner tomorrow and hopefully change his attitude. :-)
Added by keithdover2 on Aug 12, 2012 1:13 PM
Kenny Dee
Thank you
You mention in a photo request "He did, however, offer to do lookups at his convenience for a fee. He also said that there are privacy issues, and if he let one person take photos, then he would have to let everyone." Do you have the contact information Phone # and name so that I can send payment. Thank you.
Added by Kenny Dee on Aug 12, 2012 1:11 PM
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