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|I live in the Black Hills of South Dakota and have been digging into my family's genealogy since about 2010. I still work so most of what I do is in my limited spare time. I also help my husband teach later 19th century history classes on some of the towns of the Northern Black Hills and conduct some research for those classes. I have a few times gotten carried away when curiosity pushes me to search a little into a person whose tombstone I photographed. Interesting humans. |
If someone is your relative, I am happy to transfer them over to you, but if they are my relative, well...then it is a bonus to find each other!
Mistakes happen and I acknowledge my humanity. Feel free to kindly tell me where I goofed!
If I recognize a family name in a cemetery, I will take a picture. It is a hit and miss for a family connection, but still worth the time. Now that I can pull up FAG on my cell phone I try to double check first before taking a picture! Enjoy your day wherever you are and live.
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|charlott jones||RE: Ancestors|
Yes I do research family around Peoria, but the ones you are referring to are around Springfield, Sangamon County. The ones I researd in the Peoria area, specifically in Brimfield, Jubilee,l etc. are the Clark, Baggs, Slocum, Mack and Berrian family.
My line of the Lee-Hodges are as follows:
John Hamilton Hodges and Deborah Lee to
Lucy Hodges and David England to
Stephen England and Ann Harper to
Frances "Fannie" England and Levi Cantrall to
Ann Cantrall and Edward Ridgeway to
Eliza Ridgeway and Andrew Wells.
Eliza and Andrew were my great-great grandparents.
Feel free to contact me via e-mail.
|Bradley Moody||photo request problem|
You sent me a message about Mary Stutts and mentioned you saw her obituary in the Lead, SD newspaper. Can you send me a copy of the obit with name of paper, date published and page number. I would greatly appreciate ite. My email address is on my profile on this site.
|Ann Blaker-Killebrew||RE: JT McMahan|
You are very welcome.
|Lois Branch||L.P Stone, wife and mother|
Thank you Cindy for taking the time to take theses photos. I appreciate your kindness and all the wonderful information you've shared with me.
|Kari Olson||jw cORUM|
Hi Cindy Thanks for taking the plot, evidently there is no stone.
|karen mitchell||Harriett Lawrence|
Thank you so much for taking your time and trouble for this photo. It is much appreciated.
|Debra ||RE: Rickena's|
Arg, scanner acting up. It has a photo of her also. I will work on it!
Added by Debra on Mar 08, 2015 11:26 AM
|Debra ||RE: Rickena's|
Hi Cindy, You are so nice to offer! But I don't need to manage the memorials. I have her obit, I will type up a blurb and send it to you.
Thanks again, Debra
Added by Debra on Mar 08, 2015 11:15 AM
Hi Cindy, guess what?Henry Runyon is my 4th great grandfather also! Hey I would love to hear from you cousin, feel free to email me, Gen
Added by Gen on Feb 07, 2015 11:06 AM
|Donna Tomkins||RE: FW Bock|
I did send away for a death cert for FW Bock and I got it and it listed Deadwood Cem as his place of burial. Unfortunately, no other good info tho! It said he was still married but I can't find his wife (Augusta) anywhere. Supposedly, there is a Lee buried with/near FW and I don't know who that is. Can you help me figure that out? I have a huge Bock tree but nobody that would match a Lee Bock. I don't even know if Lee is a man or a woman. Any help or advice is appreciated!
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