|Melissa Winkowski (#47438658)|
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|I began dabbling in genealogy in High school, but then the responsibilities of work, college and motherhood kept me busy and I didn't make time for it.|
My maternal grandfather and his wife did extensive work for over twenty years and before he died he gave me a copy of all his work. It renewed my passion. I began to work on my paternal lines about 2008. When I contacted relatives I found my Aunt's husband had done a lot of work on these lines. Not all matched what I had done in the 80s Nd since he was no longer working on his wifes' lines, he gave me a copy of his GEDCOM and all of the original documents. I now have an extensive database.
I love this website!
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|Jackie Saulmon Ramirez||RE: Frank B Jones|
I am very happy to do this; anyone can use any photo of a gravestone they want. Thank you for your work with FindAGrave!
|Gerard ||DNA John McLaughlin|
I am trying to contact you through DNA 23andme without success.
Genetically I am very close from John McLaughlin. I would like to have private correspondence with you in order to comment it.
Thanks to answer me.
Added by Gerard on Jan 28, 2015 11:48 AM
|Sharon Conine Spader||RE: Parents|
My dad was Arnold. I remember going out to Aunt Martha's @ Uncle Frank's when I was little. My mother was Alice Johnson Conine. My sister-in-law is Naomi Polhemus Herbert, Frank's sister Jennie's daughter. All the Malsbury sisters looked so much alike. Aunt Zelphie would take over in the 5 & 10 my grandmother Grace owned when grandmother went to Florida and I never knew the difference. They were wonderful, hardworking women.
|Sharon Conine Spader||Zilapha|
According to information I have that has been handed by Conine family sources is that Edward's father was Henry Malsbury and his mother was Elizabeth Perrine. Her parents were Henry Daniel Perrine and Zilphia Josie Holman. Seems that versions of Zilphia/Zilapha might be the cause of confusion....