|Karin Hoch Stedman (#47263973)|
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Please feel free to contact me to ask me questions about my content or for help. I just recently relocated to McKinney, Texas, north of Dallas. This southern belle is still in the South--yeehaw! My genealogical interests lie in western NC, northeastern SC, eastern PA, Brooklyn, NY, Dover, NJ, Quebec, Canada, Normandy, France, Basel, Switzerland and the Highlands of Scotland. Surnames: paternal--Hoch, Lambert, Kerchner, Levan, Knittle, Heinle, Herbein, Weiser; maternal--Ard, Hamby, Padgett, Rhyne, Mosteller, Lytle. I am also actively researching my husbands' families as well--Stedman in England, Heath(CA-MO-VA-Ireland), Barrett (CA-VA-Ireland), Storror/Storrer in England, and Boulware (CA-IL-France) and many in between! Happy Hunting to you all! Let me know how I can help you!|
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|Bud||RE: Churchills in Gwinnett Co, GA|
Added by Bud on Sep 13, 2012 6:20 PM
|Diana Satterfield||Catherine Churchill = Mt. Zion|
I will be very happy to add any information that you wish.
I research the same Heath family you do--would like to email chat with you if you have time. email@example.com
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|Kenneth Whitesides||RE: Capt Thomas Lytle|
You are welcome, it was my pleasure. I have a lot of relatives buried in the cemetery where Thomas Lytle is buried. He however he is a distant relative of my wife.
|June Mc Donald||RE: Academy Cemetery pictures|
Thank you, my Dad was excited to see them. Thanks again for your understanding. It worked out really good, there was another family member there that had gotten missed. Jack found her while he was there.
|June Mc Donald||McDonald|
Were you able to get the pictures over the weekend? I have add a few more and I see you have claimed them as well.
Thanks, June McDonald
|Rick & Judy Walker||RE: Barrett graves in Gilboa Cem|
Gosh that was a quick reply. Judy and I went out to the little cemetery yesterday afternoon and I was struggling all morning trying to get the pictures small enough to meet the requirements of Find a Grave. Your reply came just a few minutes after I got them posted.
The Gilboa Cemetery is a small country cemetery in a sparsly populate area of this county. It looks so much better now than it has in previous times. In the last three years a really nice gentleman started working on it getting the brush trimmed back and keeping it mowed. There are some really early graves there that must have been some of the early settlers in this county.
Judy and I are delighted that you have the pictures.
Rick & Judy