|C J Black (#47257689)|
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I think it is important to preserve family information for our future generations, and enjoy doing it.|
I have been doing genealogy for my family for a few years. I research Black, Collins, Morgan, Duncan, & Orndorff families from Illinois, Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky. The Stupar family from Pennsylvania to Illinois and Wisconsin and beyond.
I also am researching the Waite, Ryer, Howard, & Christiansen families from Maine, Massachusetts, Wisconsin, Illinois.
If you need assistance in your ancestors research, I am willing to help if I can. Please just message or email me.
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|Michael Duffy||David Black transfer|
Noticed that you research the Black family after having viewed memorials in the Marshall area of Clark County. Not related to the Black family, but did stumble upon an obituary for David Black who died in McKeen in 1885. You are welcome to keep and edit the memorial to your satisfaction or return it to me if you have no interest. Not sure if David is buried at Black cemetery. Perhaps you can clarify the details of the memorial.
|Shayla Stephens Hunter||James and Martha Ann Collins|
Charles Jesse Collins was my great grandfather. James and Martha Ann were my great great great grandparents. I'm hoping to find anyone who may have photos of them and or any of our ancestors as well as know if the cemetery is now accessible. My cousin visited it 20 years ago but stated they needed four wheeler and weed cutters to get to the burials. I'm also curious to know if James is the one I read about who was not permitted to be buried in the Collins family cemetery. I appreciate any information. Thank you.
|Mary Jo ||George Howard|
Received your edit for George Howard, father of William Hiram Howard. Believe I should wait before adding to his page, as they have a Mary, daughter of George, as his wife. Her stone definitely says daughter. Not quite sure how to handle, other than sending an edit to contributor, which I have done.
Added by Mary Jo on Feb 22, 2016 10:29 PM
|mary larner||Royce Headstones|
You are very welcome. I will also be posting up close pics of the dates on the headstones. I had to take angle shots, otherwise my shadow would have been in the pictures. Was glad to help.
Thank you so much for Ray's transfer. I really appreciate it.
Added by AHantz on Aug 09, 2015 8:28 PM
|Peddle||RE: N B Parker|
Sorry about the upside down photo. I flipped it.
Added by Peddle on May 23, 2015 6:58 PM
|Seeker Mel||RE: Mildred/Paul T Bobolz|
You're welcome. Sorry there wasn't a headstone for Paul.
|DMaron||RE: Francis Feuling|
Glad to help, and I'm still looking for Martin. Best wishes, Dale
Added by DMaron on Oct 12, 2014 6:05 AM
|Jack (Dimmitt) McLaughlin||William Dimmitt|
Hello. There are two of us Dimmitts who are attempting to gather as much information about William Dimmitt's children and their children down to the present. We have had several distant cousins reply to our invitation and they have supplied us with their side of their families, along with photos, so we might add them to our William Dimmitt book.
We would like for you to participate in filling in the blanks we might have on your kin who descend from William. Would you contact me so we might include your descendants of William Dimmitt. My email address is. "Scottymack37@yahoo.com" if you know of any other cousins who would like to participate, please let them know. Thanks in advance. Jack (Dimmitt) McLaughlin and Debbie (Dimmitt) Truitt.
|Donna Stewart||RE: Isabella Jane Black|
My pleasure. It was a beautiful day! So many of the stones in Berry Cemetery are unreadable now. So sad.
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