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Enjoy learning about my family history and ancestors. Believe in respecting those who have passed, trying to preserve the information about where they are buried and their family lineage (if possible), leaving a virtual token of remembrance esp. for little children and honoring veterans. Love my pets (past and present).|
Names researching: DAVIS, DOAK, DOTSON, KEYS, MEREDITH
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THANK YOU SO MUCH,,,and you are very welcome, i would NEVER use anything like using someone else's hard work and research without their permission because for one I have experience in the legal field and 2 i am a very honest person (would not be in criminal justice program if i wasnt! LOL) or at least you know lol
anyway anytime i come across info. that i want to use in this book i make sure i have the info of the person so i can ask permission, example when it is a obviously published obit i make sure that there is the name and publishing info from the newspaper, etc, or i have requested other permissions if there isnt publishing info. etc.
as far as making sure there is a relation before placing the info you have in the book i plan on going back to the beginning of where this all started off shooting and going through all the channels of positive proof, (Familyserach.org and the death and birth records etc are a good place and way to PROVE that type of info.) and other research areas, etc..so thank you once again and i hope this all comes together soon, i know its going to be a lengthy procedure but will be a fun project at least! :)
Added by candy on Nov 18, 2013 4:43 PM
ok it was your davis link that i went to that is related somewhere but cant trace back because i have done a million names from the find agrave researchers, etc...i put them into my family tree maker and THEN prove them to be related or not, its easier that way for me
Added by candy on Nov 07, 2013 1:41 PM
ughhh okkkk i know they were related somewhere through the thomas name and there are a lot of different surnames that were related by marriage, etc so more than likely its one of the "off branch" names that im talking about, i will let you know as soon as i get to one that has you as a provider/contributor
Added by candy on Nov 07, 2013 1:39 PM
Sorry, I forgot to add: No, I don't have any photos or more info. I have an aunt who absconded all photos and info when my Grandma Stubbs died and seems reluctant to pass any along. Sure wish I could help you; maybe some of the Stubbs family in Belmont County, Ohio (Barnesville, Somerset, etc.) could help. You could post requests on the Belmont County OGS (Ohio Genealogical Society) website. Good Luck!
Added by Dianne on Nov 03, 2013 6:44 AM
|Dianne||RE: Isaiah Weekley|
Thank you, cousin!
I became a little disturbed when I went to Findagrave to do some searching and it seems to me that many of our Weekley relatives and links have been deleted. Do you think so?
I searched several spellings and I don't think there are as many direct relatives on here as used to be. Maybe it's my imagination and maybe I'm thinking more along the Underwood and Pratt lines.
I'd be interested to know what you think. Thanks for the message; always grinning when I meet a new cousin. Those Weekleys sure were prolific--LOL!
Added by Dianne on Nov 03, 2013 6:40 AM
I am compiling a family genealogy book for my Thomas family, you have a lot of the off branches that are listed and i am wondering if i was to continue with this endeavor if i could possibly place the info and pictures you have within this book if i can ever get the research finished? :)
I would like for you to give me your name so i can place your name within the credits, etc...
Added by candy on Oct 25, 2013 8:51 AM
|Kathy Kuhn-Law||Ivy Gae Law-Rymer/William Ivan Rymer|
My name is Alan Law and I have family buried in Masonic Cem.I see that 2 are listed but I assume they are the same Cem.?
Ivy was my grandfathers' sister-Selby Gale Law
She married Wm. and they had 2 children:Wm and Jean,Jean married Jennings Spurgeon.
Would you be able to see if you can find a headstone for any of these relatives?
Thank You, email@example.com
|sniksnak||RE: Scamp the Goat|
You are so very welcome, Hon. I just love Scamp's story. It's an honor to sponsor the little boy. ❤
Thank you so much for the sweet, sweet compliment on my tokens. Since I lost my Craig, I don't sleep well, so am up most nights making them. If I don't have a ready-made graphic I'll scan most anything to make them - coloring books, playing cards, fabric, photos, etc - if it looks like something I can mist or make a tube for a token, I attempt it.
Most of the goat ones were made with Scamp in mind, especially the one that reads, "You Left Hoofprints on My Heart," for he certainly has! And the one climbing the tree for the apple, well that one speaks volumns about Scamp's eating habits. LOL
I'll send you an email soon. I haven't forgotten about yours - just have had a multitude of events transpiring around this place.
Have a great week! Huggles, Suse
Added by sniksnak on Aug 11, 2013 4:47 PM
|Dee Randall||Keyes & Maxwell|
Has anyone information as to the parents of Charles Ed Maxwell?
Lucille Maxwell his daughter married Roy Wanstreet, my grandmother's brother.
Has anyone any information regarding the parents of Eletha Delia Keys 1812-1865 of Princeton, Mercer, WV. She married in Harrison County Samuel Simon Emrick, Jr. in 1832.
Thanks so much.
|Toots||RE: Leon Brison Bowyer mother|
A little late in replying. Thanks for the heads up on using the edit instead of leaving a message. There are two George Allen Bowyer's one the son of Leonard whose wives were Melissa Stout and Mary Burrows second, Leon's mother and George Allen Bowyer, son of Charles Osbourne Bowyer who married first Anna Belle Anderson who died 1912 then Georgia Finnegan he married 1914 and died.
I think it is all straight as of this am.
Thanks for your help.
Added by Toots on Apr 10, 2013 9:29 AM
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