|Georgie Ann Hankins (#47488920)|
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|I am a descendant of Roland Hankins m Mary Elizabeth Davison. Roland and his second wife Barbara (sister to Mary) are buried in Silvies Cem. Grant Co Ore. I was born 2 Mar 1948 and am a family genealogist since a child. I lived with my grandparents who were cousins. I was left Grandma's family trunk of six generations that overlapped photo albums and old letters. Roland parents were Daniel Hankins Jr. m Anna Collier I have their Bible records, ten children to family tree. I am writing a book on Hankins pioneer travels from Va to present. Would like any contacts with cousins far and near. Have list of who is buried in Silvies Cem and who parents were. Hiram Reynolds was a trapper from Mo and Kansas who traveled with Roland's two brothers, Amos and Enos Hankins, westward. Daniel b 30 Jan 1805 Va d 2 Nov 1871 High Point Iowa High Point Cem. Not known where Anna died but was in 1880 c of Ryan Sumner Co Ks with Roland. After that, I don't know. She was b 8 Nov 1805 Va/|
I am a retired hairdresser, LVN, massage therapist/Reike, wildlife photographer, poet and historian for the late Andy Rodgers The Midnight Cowboy 1922-2004. We spent 16 yrs together before his passing. He was a blues legend and hay hauler and intertainer. I love to write and preserve history. I am a nature lover and have adopted seven cats inherited a golden lab, take care of Mom age 88 and live in a walnut orchard here in Biggs Calif.
I am single and devote much of my time to helping others. I love cemeteries and the old stones and can only imagine the stories our ancestors could tell if I could just spend a few minutes with each of them.
I am in to preserving the old photos I have for the Hankins book and would like any additions you all might have to help me.
I have blond hair blue eyes and one day I will be an ancestor whose descendants might say, I've found an old box of poety Georgie Ann wrote, it's as if I already know her.
I write under the name of Snowflake, Georgie Ann Waddell
To all my cousins and friends, Love, Georgie Ann
I also descend from Amos Hankins m Sarah E. Beavers. They were my grandpa Ernest Frank's parents.
In respect for my Mother, Viola Jensen Hankins Miller linage, I spent most of my life with this side of the family after age 12. I was raised between two uncles and two aunts who were Jensen/Casella. (John Jensen m Ida Casella and Thelma Jensen m Joseph Casella) Viola Jensen's parents were John Edward Jensen #107285077 married Lydia Christine Nielsen, # 107286235. Their linages can be traced by using findagrave by going to thier pages. Grandpa had a tremendous sense of humor and retired from the postal service and Grandma was a homemaker. She loved knitting and tatting. I lost them when I was young.
My Mother lived with me for the past thirty years, passing on 4 Mar 2013. I come from a LDS family on Mother's side of the tree and from a Babtist side on my Father's side of the tree. I am always searching for more cousins, far and near to share photos and stories with.
My Mother was cremated and does not show up when entering her name as Viola "Toots" Jensen Miller. Her # is 106197273. She once told me, when she was growing up her parents did not show the kids love and affection that when she became a mother she would give all the love she possibly could give. And you know what, her patience, her love and her perservering on raising us four kids is testimony to that. We often talked about the day we would have to part and she said, "You will be okay, when you need me just ask for me and I will be there." And she knows how much I tried to keep her in this world with me. I love her so much she was more than a Mother, she was my friend through life.
-Georgie Ann Hankins Waddell
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|Karen Forbes Thompson||RE: Margaret Hankins Forbes Kirkendoll|
Dear Georgie Ann,
I keep trying to get back to you. I am thrilled to have someone else researching the Hankins line. My email is email@example.com. Hope to have many conversations with you.
I now live in Arizona. Our Morgan County family is shrinking down, but I still have a few cousins who could run down information there.
Karen Forbes Thompson
|David Carpenter||RE: Ashley family linages|
The Ashley's I have on record is from Leesville, MO.
Silas Gilbert Ashley and his wife Amy Jane Neal are both in the Lake Side Cemetery and was born in MO.
Sorry I can't help.
|amys||Richard Ashley photo request|
Georgie, I'm about to upload the photo. This is your Richard. I was going to the library anyway, so I looked up his obituary and looked at his mortuary record. Do you want me to email this info or put it here on you msg board? -Amy
Added by amys on Nov 01, 2013 5:19 PM
|Karen Forbes Thompson||RE: Margaret Hankins Forbes Kirkendoll|
Hello Georgie Ann,
Yes, Margaret Hankins Forbes Kirkendoll is my Great grandmother. She always went by Maggie. Let me work on this for a few days and get back with me if I haven't sent you a message. What can I say, I might forget. LOL
|Mary Agnes Hammett||RE: Re: Patterson requests in Roselawn in Baton Rouge, LA|
You are welcome. Glad I could help.
|Mary Agnes Hammett||Re: Patterson requests in Roselawn in Baton Rouge, LA|
In the same plot are:
Fritz Booker Jr 1906-1998
Snowrean Tacneau Booker 1920-2006
Priscella Miles 1920-2001
Alice Rogers Patterson 1919-2010
Spencer Patterson 1917-1998
Linda Booker Trotter 1949-2008
Don't know if they are related. I know that most plots contain 6 graves, more or less. Should you need or want better, clearer photos, please do not hesitate.
|Becky Jamison||RE: William Ashley|
Georgie, next week I'll go to the cemetery office and double check that location. I did take a picture of the area and can send it to you. It's a dry part, lots of cactus and saw a tarantula mozying along. I even took pictures of the tarantula. :-)Since it's such an old part of the cemetery it's possible the marker is destroyed, broken, missing, bent or rusted. No need to re-request it...I'll follow up. Send your email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you the photo I took of that area that I walked. I covered it thoroughly, but I think the headstone is either not there anymore or ?something?!
|Becky Jamison||William Ashley|
I walked the entire Section 18 in Lakeside Cemetery and was not able to find William Ashley's grave.
|Courtney B||William Elwin Beavers|
I have transferred William's memorial to you :)
|Kelli Smythe||Little Arla M Beavers fag 49593383|
Hi Georgie, Independence cemetery is not in town it is in the country. It is not that easy to find as it is small. My grand and great grandparents are there. I do not live in Oklahoma, but you can contact Western Plains Weatherford Genealogical Society through the link on my page, and they will be more than happy to help you out in the area. They have a very large obit collection and large number of books and family histories for the area.
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