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Bonnie Ann Smith (#47534321)
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Bio Photo June 2011: I just found this site with my Ostwall ancestors in Michigan and my Smith ancestors in Texas.

I am impressed. It seems a good way to support those loved ones that I can not physically visit as well as those that I visit regularly.

I am holding the white dog - her name is Lady.
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Debbie B
RE: Howard Kast
Bonnie, you are the perfect person to manage Howard Kast's memorial, as a family member who has done a wonderful job of keeping memories going. Transfer made.
Added by Debbie B on Jan 05, 2016 2:55 PM
Debbie B
Howard Kast
Hi Bonnie, thanks for the info on Mr. Kast, it was posted, but I left off the part with Bobby's obit--it's already on Bobby's memorial. Would you like Howard's memorial transferred to you?
Added by Debbie B on Jan 05, 2016 2:20 PM
George Haynie
Hi, Bonnie:

I am a descendant of Joseph Haynie and Eveline Taylor who has been trying to connect Joseph Haynie to his father. Do you have documentation of the George-Joseph relationship. I know that Joseph named one of his children Wilkerson, presumably after his brother Wilkins. I have been trying to establish his parentage for my DAR application, but have been unsuccessful thus far, and yours is the closest I have come to definitive information. Thanks!
Added by Cynthia on Jan 05, 2016 10:44 AM
George Haynie Birth
Thank you for the information regarding George Haynie. If my search is correct he is my Great Great Great Grandfather. I am a Barron and the connection being from his daughter Peggy Haynie marriage to Barnabas Barron.

We visted the grave and only saw one other Haynie. Would you happen to know if he is related to any of the other families in the cemetery.

Also I was curious of his date of birth since the Revolutionary war ended in 1783 and his birth shown as 1768 would only make him 15 at the end of the war. I know that would still be possible but he would have been a very young soldier.
Added by Barron on Aug 14, 2015 12:22 PM
Elaine A
Bonnie - I happened to add some more Massie's today in Quinnesec Cemetery and I thought of you. It will be 24 hours or so before they are visible - It's was just a short wagon ride from Foster City so I thought it might be of interest !! 8-)
Massie Alphonse J 1884 1960
Massie Ben J 1886 1956
Massie Delia M 1897 1992
Massie Lydia L 1898 1974
Massie Milton D 1898 1969
Massie Mrs Ben J 1888 1978

Any idea what 'Mrs Ben's' name really was??
Added by Elaine A on Sep 06, 2012 9:59 PM
Elaine A
Very Welcome. I also added a Sarah Massie. There is a Lucretia Snider that was between Sarah and Alexander as well. Elaine
Added by Elaine A on Sep 03, 2012 8:13 PM
Debbie B
RE: Thank you
Forgot to say, thank you for getting the plot location at Forest Home. That's more than half the battle.
Added by Debbie B on Aug 22, 2011 9:35 AM
Debbie B
RE: Thank you
It all sounds very mysterious. :) You can say as little as nothing about your favorite cousin. Just let me know if and when you want the picture posted.
Added by Debbie B on Aug 22, 2011 9:33 AM
Debbie B
RE: Thank you
Hi Bonnie,
If you create memorials for Howard Kast and Robert Ward, then I can post the photo on their pages as well.
Added by Debbie B on Aug 22, 2011 8:40 AM

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