|Jane Councilman Weaver (#47372359)|
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I was born and raised in Hemet, Ca as was my Mother. My grandparents came to Burbank, California from Nebraska in the 1890's. My Dad's family came to LA about the same time from Indiana and Iowa. The Hemet bunch (Corwin) moved to Santa Ana and then to Hemet in 1809. The Councilman bunch moved from LA to Riverside where my parents met. I lived a lot of my life in Hemet but for the last 15 years I have lived in Mississippi and now Utah. I love genealogy and have really been able to get new information from find-a-grave. It is really fun to link up my family and I really appreciate every-one's help.|
Jane Councilman Weaver, daughter of Ardis Corwin
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|Randy Davis.||Davis/ Bly/ Councilman family|
Hello. My name is Randy Davis. I research my genealogy and work to collect as many old photos of each as I can. One that eludes me and I've researched for the last 13 years trying to find is photos for Hannah Jane Bly and her family including her mother Mary Freel who lived with Hannah until her death in 1923. Hannah is the mother of Ora Alma Councilman. I have been trying to track and contact members of the Councilman/ walker/ Bly family who may be able to help.
I am descended from Hannah's brother James Wesley Davis. He is my 2nd great grand father. Thank you!
|Leonard Chapman||William and Jennie Corwin|
My grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen E. Burt knew William and Jennie Corwin. He wrote a two page poem on their 25th wedding anniversary.
Owen was a rancher and a director (1934) of the Little Lake Farm Center for the third time.
I would like to send you a copy of this poem, though it's been folded so many times, it's hard to read.
PS: My mother graduated from Hemet HS in 1934.
Henry and Susan Wilkanson had a daughter, Elizabeth born 1840. She married Martin Hall 01 Dec 1854. Had a son Henry M. Hall, born 1865. Henry died 1879. Both Henry and Martin are buried in Glen Aubrey cemetery. Elizabeth died 28 Nov 1904 in Glenwood, Pope, Minnesota. Martin is one of my relatives.
Added by Debbie on Aug 07, 2012 5:20 AM
|Glenn Harris||Henry Fox|
I took the photo for Henry Fox and also for his wife Dorinda Fox. I created a memorial for Dorinda Fox and linked it to Henry. There was a third grave in the lot for a Nettie S. Fox 1864-1935. Those match the years you give for their son Dexter Charles Fox but I can't figure out how you would get Nettie S out of Dexter Charles. I linked the memorial as a child of Henry and Dorinda but I can fix it if it's wrong or transfer both memorials over to you.
|MissingHim||RE: Sarah Garner Davis|
Sure Jane, that would be fine to use them!
|MissingHim||RE: Sarah Garner Davis|
You're welcome Jane! I knew where the stone was supposed to be, but it is currently under a pine tree that needs to be removed - several branches down on the ground from the last wind storm we had. That section is a mess right now and will need a major clean-up!
Jane: Thanks for showing me the error on Wilbert's memorial. I confused the death and burial dates when I created the memorial. He actually died October 31, 1972 at Winnetka, Illinois, and was cremated by the Memorial Park Cemetery. He was interred here in Linesville in August 1973 and I put that date down in error. I do appreciate you catching my error! Yes, you may use the Findley photos.
Thank you for letting me know about the use of the photograph, I do appreciate that. I have NOT blocked you from anything, perhaps it was just a glitch with your Internet Explorer?
|MissingHim||RE: Lynn Tish photo|
No, I am not angry with you, just a little frustrated at present. No, 3rd great-grandparents are NOT within the generation guidelines set out by F.A.G. The four generations are for ancestors: 1) your and your your siblings 2) your parents 3) your grandparents and 4) your great-grandparents. Those are the four generations to which the facts refer. The four generations for descendants are: 1) you and your siblings 2) your children, 3) your grandchildren and 4) your great-grandchildren.
I will gladly add bios to the memorials, as long as they are about the person being memorialized. What you sent before didn't seem like a bio to me and talked about descendants and where they were buried, which had nothing to do with the person in question.
There is no way you could have traced my direct line as I don't have them all listed here yet. We are both related and I have referred this to the admins so they can figure it out. I've just started putting my people in virtual cemeteries and only the basics are here, all other pertinent data is on my own family website.
|MissingHim||Lynn Tish photo|
Permission is granted for your use of Lynn Tish's photo; however, please ask BEFORE taking and putting up the photos or the next time I will say no. I did not see a "bio" there. I saw some data, but nothing in the form of a bio. If you'd like to add a bio, please compose it and send to me via her edit tab on her memorial.
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