|Letha J Clark (#47319309)|
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|Jr. McKay||Avellina (Childers) Gilreath|
Avellina's & her husband James Wesley Gilreath are also my great uncle & aunt. My direct line comes from the Gilreath side, therefore I must decline your request to transfer this family to you.
I would be glad to add any info you might have to
Find a grave. If you need any other info on Gilreaths I would be glad to answer them.
Peggy in TX
|Janet LaMotte||RE: Alice M Babbittz Claussen|
Of course. Now that ancestry.com owns findagrave.com, everyone seems to be posting the photos on their family trees.
|Bobs your Uncle||RE: PFC Lee Babbitt (z) # 118674902|
Done. Would you like me to transfer the memorial to you? I volunteer at the cemetery and was doing research on the lot. There is actually 3 layers of graves in that section. There was a cholera epidemic in 1850 that killed around 1000 people in under a month. The cemetery has hills, and that area was a low spot, and since the prime locations were up on the hills and out of flood waters, that area was open. They buried the victims in mass graves. More dirt was brought in and it became a potter's field, most didn't have headstones. Then as the cemetery ran out of room, the area was filled in even more and leveled off to be used used for a veteran's section. Lee Babbitt was one of the veterans buried in that area. I was taking photos for another man whose relative was one of the cholera victims. His name was listed as being buried in the cemetery, but not the location, but since he died at the height of the outbreak, he is probably in the mass grave.
|Rickie Bickle||Anson S. White|
You may link him to his daughter. I can only link parents and spouses.
As soon as the weather changes where I can get out in the cemetery, I will be shooting a new photo of his marker and posting it. The one on the memorial now is ok, but the quality is a little lower than I like. When I do change the photo I will let you know because the memorial number will change.
|Lee Ashmore||Maturin Hopkinsb1792 & Lydia Adamsb1804|
I'm looking for descendants of the above which I think you are since Merlin Hopkins is your great uncle. I have a letter from Mary Clark McMahon sent to me by Sharon Gilbert. If any of this rings any bells, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks so much!
|Terry L & Becki Taylor||Lillian "Childers" McCann|
Would you please contact me. Lillian is my first cousin once removed through the Hogland line.
I would like some information on Frederick and Lillian's children listed on the 1930 Census.
Thanks in advance.
Terry L Taylor
|Greg Kimberley||RE: Hannah C. Sigler|
Thank you for asking. You have permission to use the photos. Please, if you upload the photos to any site that charges a fee for users, such as Ancestry, please include the Find A Grave memorial number or include the url web address in the comments or description fields. Thank you very much. Best Regards, Greg.
|SueEngdahl||sigler and quinn|
I descend from Maria Sigler Quinn's sister, Angie (Angelina Sigler Brownfield) who went to OK with her family from Texas to take care of her sister. She had a baby and died in 1894. Perhaps that is why her nieces were sent to an orphanage. She is buried in Mequite, Texas.
|Jean Pinick||Re:Ernest Bowker Photo|
You may use it on your family history pages and also may use it for your own use in any way you would like. Thank you for asking. Most people just use them anyway.
|TiogaRose||RE: Ernest Bowker|
Re: the grave photo for Ernest Bowker #18798345.
I would gladly let you use the photo,.... but it is not mine to grant you.
You will have to contact the contributor of the photo (Jean Pinick, member #47164935), for her permission to use the photo.
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