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KIMHUGGINS (#47533171)
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RE: Urania Hill Dorwin
I'm sure there is. Yes, because I got the information. I do not live in Vermont, so you should request a photo. There are great people who will help you out. Judy Burritt
Added by jburritt on Mar 20, 2015 11:19 AM
Kim & Virginia Vaught
RE: Mickles in Louisiana
Hi Kim, We will do some research into this for you. We will be happy to research the Mickles the next time we go to Louisiana State Archives. Keep in touch. Thanks, Kim & Virginia
Added by Kim & Virginia Vaught on Apr 17, 2013 9:13 PM
Frank K.
RE: Ann & Peter Mickles Taft Cemetery
the Peter Mickles I recorded at Taft Settlement Cemetery was 69 yrs old when he died, that puts his DOB around 1803/04. I did not research any other Mickles in Onondaga County. We pretty much photographed every visible stone in that cemetery. Any other interment either has no stone, or it got lost or covered by soil or brush.
Good Luck
Added by Frank K. on Apr 17, 2013 2:04 PM
robin pellicci moore
RE: Ebbie Huggins
Hi Kim,

To save any photo or obit, just put your mouse on the image and right click, then click on "save image as", and it will be saved on your computer.

I found and added Fleety's death certificate, no luck with an obit though. Without Dolly's maiden name and date of birth/death I can't help...sorry.

Added by robin pellicci moore on Jul 22, 2012 7:42 PM
Angie Ethridge McIntyre
RE: Ebbie B. Huggins
I am so happy to help. When you go to visit please make sure you wear high shoes and socks because the cemetary is not maintained. Plus it is in a wooded area down dirt roads. I was surpised that everthing was in such good condition out there in what seems to be in the middle of the woods. Once again glad I could be of some help.
Peace and good health,
Added by Angie Ethridge McIntyre on Jul 01, 2012 8:01 AM
Tom C.
RE: Lovell Gibbs Mickles
Hey Kim - I don't know much about Pennsylvania research - but if they moved to Philadelphia - at least that's a big city - I wonder if you could call the Philadelphia Library and see what they have.... Maybe a good starting point would be City Directories - they usually published them every year - then you'd get a sense of where they lived,etc. That's all I can think of for right now.... Tom
Added by Tom C. on Feb 27, 2012 5:46 PM
Looks like you needed some memorials to look after, since you didn't have any. I transferred you three.
Added by BArnold on Jun 13, 2011 3:29 PM
RE: Nicholas Mickles
No. I was on a hunt across the county for Rev War Vet graves but I kept finding War of 1812 Vets and Civil War vets along the way so I documented them before time takes their toll on them.
Added by BArnold on Jun 13, 2011 3:28 PM

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