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I have been working on my genealogy for many years now. I became interested in genealogy for a number of reasons. The biggest reason was my desire to know who my ancestors were and where they came from. My research has dealt me some surprising twists and turns. It has taken me on an amazing journey from the United States into England, Scotland, France, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Rome, and going way back in time it has taken me into places like Turkey, Syria, and Israel on some of my lines. |
Mixed into all of this is some pretty interesting history and even a mystery or two! My family history has been far more exciting than reading any adventurous book by far! I am proud of my heritage, but I am very grateful for my ancestors and the sacrifices that they made during their life times! Essentially they are very much a part of who I am and the very reason for my existence today!
The lines that I am researching include Smith, Pierce, Kenney, Frazier, Hutchinson, Stafford, Kent, Rowland, Adkins, Maynard, Allen, Webb, Hamilton, Cole, Bartram, Alford, Adrian, Blankenship, Bond, Dennison, Dixon, Haley, Wilson, Nichols, Hale, Hanson, Hayes, Hensley, Herold, Holland, Jackson, Maddock, McCarty, Rider, McClure, Washington, McGrew, Meek/Meeks, Mollett, Napier, Powell, Noonan, Ramey, Tipton, White, Underwood, and Wellman...just to name a few
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|Donna Smith Vaughn||West Virginia Smiths|
Have you given up on our Smiths? The name is not listed in your list of surnames?
Edits completed. Thank you!
Added by Timeless on Jun 14, 2014 4:44 PM
|Anna||RE: Barbara A Crow|
Added by Anna on Jan 19, 2014 8:48 AM
|Christina Nelson-Sivewright||Gladney A Ewers|
The additional information provided has been added. Thank You! Life is good, Christina
Hi, I transferred Gladys Frasher to you, I hope that is ok. I just happened to take the headstone picture while I was at the cemetery, and she is not really related to me. I'd rather her be managed by someone who knows more about her :)
If you don't want to manage her memorial just transfer her back to me.
Added by deboard on Jun 07, 2013 9:18 PM
Now you're all set
Added by ProgBase on Sep 05, 2012 7:10 PM
So thrilled that she's in excellent hands :-)
Added by ProgBase on Nov 22, 2011 8:08 AM
|One from many||re: White's and Boyd's|
Thank you for your inquiry. DC stands for Death Certificate. SOS is for Secretary of State. If you see a DC and an SOS on a memorial I've created, it is referencing the Missouri Secretary of State's Database. You can find this site by typing Missouri SOS Database into google. The state of Missouri offers a full free index to their death certificates. I believe the database currently includes 1910-1960. You can find your loved one by using the DC number or their name. The site is free and links you to an original copy of their death certificate. Enjoy!
one from many
|David||RE: Cora Decker Romans|
I just received her obit. from a cousin this past week! Thanks for the information - I appreciate it.
Added by David on Aug 22, 2011 10:36 PM