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|twana||Stephen George Mayes page|
I noticed this child missing from his page:
Gilbert is listed on the 1885 Washington Territory Census with Mary & S G Mayes (and siblings).
Added by twana on Aug 30, 2014 12:44 AM
|EGF||James Wilson Hawk|
May I make a suggestion regarding this memorial? You should consider creating a memorial page for Matilda (Fampton) Hawk, with a burial designation of "place unknown." This will allow you to link James Wilson Hawk with his birth mother, as well as his father. Otherwise, James Wilson Hawk will continue to appear, incorrectly, in the list of children of John Melvin and Sarah Ann (Stephens) Hawk. You might also wish to link Matilda directly to John Melvin, on John's memorial page.
For the record, it is my understanding that Matilda's maiden name was Fampton, not Frampton. Admittedly, the records are not clear on this matter, but the preponderance of evidence seems to favor Fampton.
Added by EGF on Feb 14, 2013 9:00 PM
|EGF||May (Trackwell) Hawk|
I did some checking. Ancestry.com shows that Miranda May Trackwell was married first to Leonard Wheeler, and second to James Litherland in May 1861. Her third husband is given as "Mr. Hanks," but we, of course, know this to be Willis Elliott Hawk, whom she married in Shelton County, W.T., on March 24, 1886. I have a copy of the marriage certificate, which gives her name as "May Litherland." While I cannot vouch for the accuracy of the Ancestry.com information, I feel it should be accepted at face value in the absence of more definitive documentation.
Feel free to use any or all of this information to update May's Find A Grave memorial page, if you wish. You will note that I've linked May to Willis Hawk's memorial, which I created today.
I've also established memorial pages for the rest of John and Sarah (Stephens) Hawk's children, and will be working to fill out those pages with additional biographical data as time permits.
Added by EGF on Feb 14, 2013 8:50 PM
|EGF||May (Trackwell) Hawk|
Do you have documentation to support a marriage between Miranda "May" Trackwell and James Wilson Hawk, as you have indicated on your Find A Grave memorial pages? There is considerable mystery surrounding May's several marriages, and I was hoping you could clear up some of the confusion.
My research shows that May was married to Willis Elliott Hawk, a younger half-brother to James Wilson Hawk, in Shelton County, Washington Territory, on March 24, 1886. Her surname at that time was apparently "Lutherland," indicating she had at least one marriage prior to Willis Hawk. James Wilson Hawk died in 1877, so it if quite possible she had married him as her first husband.
May's obituary --- I have a copy somehwere in my files --- states that May was the wife of "W. E. Hawk." Willis Elliott was the only male Hawk in those days with these particular initials, so the connection seems clear.
Anyway, I'd appreciate your thoughts on this matter.
Added by EGF on Feb 13, 2013 9:02 PM
|Terry Trackwell Kuhnau||May Trackwell Hawk|
Please link Miranda 'May' Trackwell Hawk to her parents William Trackwell(# 73233737) and Margaret Trackwell (# 73234004). Thank you.
|Michael Cooper||Willard & Edna Pringle|
Hi Michael. Many thanks for your time and effort to get the picture of my grandparents headstone. Blessings on you as you continue to help others. Respectfully, Michael Cooper
|treeclimber||John Edward Laws|
Thank you so much for his headstone. Most likely would never have seen it without you volunteering.
This is such a great service and has been a real treasure for me. Thank you again!
|Dan Smith||RE: Nancy Schlenz Photo|
I'll do that. I was there for his funeral and Diana said it would be awhile before the marker was ready. I live in another state,so I will get back to you. Thanks
|Dan Smith||Nancy Schlenz|
Michael, Thankyou for the picture.
|Paul Franson||Hughie Morris|
The funeral home found the grave with the stone. If you ever get back out there, the location is Block 35, Division 2, Lot 2, Space 6, and "Tim" can direct you to it.
Thanks again for all your help!
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