|Sue Henry (#47248546)|
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Hi, I am 57, sort of retired. My husband Jim and I have a small farm. We have about 40 cows, that we feed and take care of. Calving is fun, unless it's below zero at 2 in the morning. But, we take the good with the bad. Seeing a live baby get up in those conditions is a miracle. Even "I" like the heat from the hair dryer !!|
I'm researching my family, with names like the "Giacoletto" clan from Arkansas, and my Mother's "Maluda" family in Massachusetts. Also my Step Dad's family from Cloud County, Ks, the Coyle's and Gibbs. My husbands side are from this area, Ottawa County, and they are Henry, and Haley's.
I am on the dyslexic side of things, so hard as I try, what I see, may not be what is really there. So, if you see errors, please let me know, and I will correct them.
There's just not too much more I guess. Thanks for listening. Sue
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|Rod Morken||RE: Blecha/Glasco|
Thank you, Sue.
|4th Michigan Infantry||Memorial transfer|
Thank you for kindly transferring the memorial for George Divelbess, a soldier in the Fourth Michigan Infantry, to me. I have just posted his military service record in the bio of his memorial.
Thanks again, George
|Jorrie||Edith Marie Haley|
This is Jorrie Nelson. I am Jim's cousin, Katherine's daughter. Thanks so much for your work on Haley lineage. Very interesting!
Added by Jorrie on May 06, 2013 9:15 AM
Thank you for catching my mistake in creating a duplicate. I swear that I check, and the names just don't show up!! LOL
Just wanted to follow up since it has been over two weeks...I have written to ADMIN to have the memorial pages merged since I had so much more information on mine. As of today, I have not heard from them and it has not been merged. I will let you know...
|Gary||RE: George Willcoxson|
Thanks for adding the connections for Randolph Willcoxon and his sons. Now I just have to find his two daughters and I will have the family all connected.
Added by Gary on May 04, 2013 7:56 AM
|Debbie Atkinson Brown||Jennie Atkinson Cleveland|
Thank you for adding the parental links.. I appreciate it...
|Bettie Wheat||RE: Anna Compton family|
I am helping a friend that is related but she don't have ancestry.com. so I would appreciate any help you can give us. Thanks Bettie Wheat
|Bettie Wheat||Anna Compton family|
I am working on this family and saw that you had put Anna and her husband Milton Compton on find a grave. Wondering if you are part of that family. Prairiedale Cemetery Talmage, Dickinson,m co, Kans.
Thanks for the good obit on Milton Compton.
Bettie Wheat. Fairfield, Illinois.
|Chris Walker||George W. Keeler|
Thanks for the death notices for George W. Keeler in the Abilene newspapers. I've added them to his memorial. Have a great week!
|GENE R WENNING||A D Wooley|
Hi, my grandmother Alma G Wooley Perry I believe is a distant relative of this man. I believe that he is the son of Peter B Wooley and was born in Ripley County Indiana about 1856/7. I have tracked him through the Census Records from Indiana to Kansas. His father moved his family to Pottawatomie County Kansas some time around the mid or late 1860,s. (Probably after the Civil war.) The family then moved to Clinton County Illinois about 1880. Andrew Daniel Wooley apparently worked in Iowa where met his future wife (married Anna L Lewis 14 Mar 1882 in Polk County Iowa and probably divorced before 1905 in Dickinson County Kansas) Sincerely, Gene R Wenning.
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