|Sue Mynatt Dunn (#47417394)|
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I live in Springfield, MO. I have three children. Thank goodness they are all living. I have just become interested in adding some of my family to Find a Grave. It has been a worthwhile place to go when looking for my family tree.|
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|Pat Perry||Nancy Whited Osborne|
Hi Sue: Thanks so much for your quick reply. I am hoping we can exchange information. I believe your mother had a family tree on the Internet with some information on Bert's children, (my mother and her siblings). I can definitely finish that information if you like. Would you mind corresponding directly by our individual emails. Mine is email@example.com. I am hoping you can help me with some photographs as I only have three of my grandfather; one was taken when he was about 40, one in 1949 when my family visited Kansas and one taken shortly before his death with my Uncle George. Also, would you mind emailing me the one of Nancy on the website at a higher resolution. Sure appreciate any help you can give me. Thanks you. Pat Perry
|Pat Perry||Nancy F. Osborne|
Hi Sue: Great information. My grandfather was Albert Henry Osborne, the last husband of Nancy Whited. No record of a marriage has been found, but they lived together from the early 1920s until Bert's death in 1952. I was wondering where you got the information on Nancy and the photograph. It's really very interesting. My mother always said that Nancy had had her jaw broken when she was young and you can tell this is so in the photograph. I really appreciate any assistance you can give me. Once my grandmother died, Bert's first wife, his children were farmed out around Kansas and none of Bert's children were close to him. I'm tryng to find out more about Bert and Nancy and hope you have some information or can suggest who I should contact. Thank you very much.
|Rhonda Stubblefield||Carter Family|
So Sue, are u family of The Carter Family burried in Halltown cemetery?
|Kelli Hartle||RE: Dyer family|
Great! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Let's talk!
|Kelli Hartle||Dyer family|
I am a descendent of George T. Dyer who was Ezra and Martha Dyer's oldest child. Geo T. and his family are buried in Olympia, Washington. Their second child, Lafayette Tate Dyer,is buried with his wife, Alice (Huff), in Tennessee. I have many unidentified family photos of the Dyers, some of which were cleared up when I saw your pictures of Ezra and Martha as well as James and Emma (Dyer) Buchanan posted here. Do you have any other photos you would be willing to share? If you have any unidentified Dyer photos, I may be able to help!
|JARROTT P. COX||Deanna Brunner|
Your links are compleated please chek them .THANK YOU
Can you tell me who to attribute the Estes photos to? you? Are you a descendant? Thanks so much for sharing. John Calder Estes is an uncle.
|want2buytheworldacoke||RE: Mahala Johnson Culbertson|
I truly appreciate your extra information on Mahala...it confirms a LOT of my research in that part of the family...and a great deal of information for her in a genealogical book on the Culbertsons that I purchased from a relative.
THANKS VERY MUCH FOR ALL OF IT!
|want2buytheworldacoke||Mahala Johnson Culbertson|
I wanted to thank you for entering the memorial page for Mahala in the Rose Hill Cem (Billings, Christian Co, MO.
I see on the note for her that she was married to a George Allen Culbertson, who I have been searching for everywhere. Do you have any idea where he might be buried himself??
She was supposedly his 3rd wife.
His dates: b. 12 May 1829, d. 2 Sept, 1892 in Missouri (last living in our research in Billings where he was farming strawberries imported from the old family home in Kentucky.
Thanks so much for your help and time! This made my day.
Please let me know which Henry Davis you would like transferred to you.
Added by Linda on Feb 24, 2011 6:33 PM
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