|Nita Blanton Blount, Summerville, SC (#47257949)|
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I have been researching my BLANTON ancestors for more than 7 years. We originated in England, then to Virginia, then to NC, SC, GA, AL, TN and all points west. Am interested in contacting ANYONE who has ANY connection to ANY Blanton.|
I'm the daughter of Wade Leo Blanton and Vera D. Harrington, born in San Diego where my sister and I lived until our late 20's. I've became interested in genealogy when I was able to locate one of our half sisters. After being reunited with her and sharing our love, my quest was to find our other sister. It's been a wonderful story finding both sisters and my ex-husbands son that was adopted over 40 years ago.
I live in Summerville, SC where my husband and I are blessed to have our two adult children, along with their children living close by. I'm researching… Blanton, Munkers, Harrington and Luedke. If you have any information that may help me with my research, please feel free to contact me. Also, when reviewing any of my work, if you see that I have made any error, no matter how large or small, please do not hesitate to contact me & let me know.
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|Shayna||RE: Thank You..|
I can get those others for you, no problem =)
Added by Shayna on May 15, 2013 12:09 PM
I just found the Munkirs cemetery in Clay County,Mo. are you related? These may be our neighbors in K.C.Mo in the 40's I baby sat with a marshall and sister Bell Carmen. Their father was Rex and mother millie.
|Linda Claxton||RE: Burn|
You're very welcome. I uploaded Edward Hall's marker photos. Let me know if there's anything else I can do for you.
|Robert||RE: Hardin and Mamie Long|
You're very welcome. It's my pleasure to help.
Soli Deo Gloria
Added by Robert on Mar 07, 2013 11:18 AM
|Shayna||RE: Harrington and Maltby's|
There were a ton of Harringtons and Gibbons all together near the large Maltby stone. I'm headed back to Greenwood on Monday -- I'll inquire about any other Maltbys. Plus I still need to go through the photos I took of the Harringtons. I checked a few and you already had memorials with pictures, but I haven't had a chance to check all of them. I'll do that by Monday and get back to you.
I really enjoy exploring cemeteries -- seeing the old names, imagining what life was like during the 1800s and early 1900s... then imagining how the deceased would react if they could hear about airplanes, the Internet, etc. And after researching my family tree, I know how special it is to help others learn more an fill in pieces of their family tree. I am happy to help =)
Added by Shayna on Mar 01, 2013 7:12 PM
|Deborah McCombs Moore||Your correction email for Alexander Maltby|
Alexander "Alex" M Maltby
Birth 21 Feb 1875 in Pine Bend, MN
Death 23 Sep 1950 in Dakota, Ramsey, Minnesota, United States
Dakota and Ramsey are two different counties in Minnesota. Please let me know which county is the correct one.
I am about to fulfill your photo request on David Guy Maltby. His plot location is right where you've already gotten a bunch of Harrington photos -- he just doesn't have a flat marker on his exact plot. There is a giant standing headstone that reads "MALTBY" though. Also, the office records have David listed as just "Guy Maltby."
I photographed all the Harringtons that were in Maltby's section -- I'll match them up with your existing Harringtons and see if I happened to catch any new ones.
Added by Shayna on Feb 25, 2013 10:18 PM
Is that a safe area to go to? I have seen other requests and I am not familiar with that area.
Hello: Did you notice that there were 2 more photo requests for Indian Field?
|Kelsey Gasner||RE: Marjorie Harrington, Lindberg's|
No problem! I live only a few miles from Fort Snelling so it was easy! A lot of snow though!
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