|Ron Reid (#47264152)|
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My father got me interested in family history as a youngster before I even realized it. Dad was quite an artist along with his other skills and as a child I watched him draw family trees with pen and ink so that relatives could have framed copies of them. Also Dad was never without his camera and he documented the family so thoroughly that my sister and I have a plethora of photos with which to try and preserve in a presentable manner. Genealogical research has been my thing for some time now and it especially got totally out of hand after computers came along which allowed better organization and retrieval of information.|
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|Aircrew Remembered||RE: Keith McLean Johnston|
OK, much appreciated all the same. Page now up on the website.
|Aircrew Remembered||Keith McLean Johnston|
Ron, writing up page to your relative and his crew, do you have an photographs of him by any chance?
|Mary Susan Hirtz||RE: Danford Family|
Thanks for being so open and appreciative. It is great to know someone is out there.
I have been trudging through many centuries of family history on both sides, so much work continues. As for the Danford family, Margaret Danford was my great grandmother and helped raise my father and his three sisters. All are gone now.
After my grandfather was widowed and remarried, Margaret and his other grandmother decided to take and active interest in the family. Margaret had the ranch to run and is considered one of the founders of Billings.
She married Story and he didn't have much use for the children, from what my father said. He was older and they didn't get along. Willard sold the ranch when she died and got all kinds of money. The family rumor is that he cheated my grandfather out of the kids' inheritance.
Nothing like money to cause bad blood! I could care less about Willard's memorial but may rewrite the obit he dictated to the paper and has been reprinted here when I get around to it.
The man I really need to know about is Jack Lee Guy, Margaret's first husband. I have been unable to trace his lineage because it is such a common surname and have no town of birth in Iowa.
For this and other reasons, I am thrilled to hear from you and eager to see your research. Thank you so much for your willingness to share and supportive comments. I live in the San Francisco Bay Area. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Great to hear from you.
Susan Connick Hirtz (aka Susan Hirtz)
Do you know where any of these people are buried?
I can put the note on but it won't connect the people. Please advise.
Added by fpw on Jul 17, 2015 5:21 AM
|WOLFCREEKFOX#2||Rev. Marie R.Tschappat|
I added your information on the above individual. If you want this person just ask me. Thanks.
|Don Edwards||Bertha Potter memorial|
If you would like, I can transfer this memorial to you also. Thanks, Don E.
|Don Edwards||Lon Potter Memorial|
Hi Ron, If you would like, I can transfer this memorial to you. Thanks, Don E.
|Garth Woodward||William Thomas Johnston|
Just to let you know, I recently added gravestone photos for William Thomas Johnston, who died in 1905 in Treherne, Manitoba. A person named
B. C. B. : : = ) had made a photo request for this memorial.
Hi thanks for the additional info - I updated the bio. Section with the info you provided
Added by Linda on May 09, 2015 10:01 PM
Hi Ron ~ thank you for the additional information / Death notice for George Forrest. I've updated his record and given you credit with the info provided.
Thank you for doing all that you are doing!
Added by Linda on Mar 21, 2015 8:25 PM
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