|winn forman||Foreman family|
I have done some work on the family tree ,It seems that the Foreman family has spelled the name Foreman both ways Forman or spelled Foreman with the letter e in the middle even thoug they come from the same lineage they have done that,I have trace my roots back to Robert Forman who landed on Long island new york about 1620 ,the family spread out to new jersey and many different states ,I wonder if we could be related ?
|Jean Hazlett||RE: correction completed|
You are welcome, thank you for the credit and quick reply. Jean
|Tom Wesson||Bean Transfers|
Thanks for the Bean Transfers. They are not in my direct lineage, but are in my paternal line.
Appreciate it very much.
|anonymous 2||RE: Adding dates Bain Cem.=DONE|
Thank you so much. I really appreciate this. If I find any more I'll let you know. Happy Easter! Sarah
Your very welcome for the transfers. They belong with family.
Added by margie on Mar 25, 2013 8:28 AM
|Judy Allen||RE: management request Foreman|
Hey Bill - it was so nice to meet you and Mary Ann. Hope you both had a good trip. Will transfer W. S. Fourman and wish you luck on your research.
|Robert C. Peurifoy||Purifoy Cemetery|
Thank you for adding this cemetery. This is fascinating. While one branch of our common Purefoy ancestry I was not aware of many African American Purifoy's outside of Mississippi and Texas. But I have not followed this line very closely.
I hope you are able to identify more of this family. It is my plan to make a cross country Motorcycle trip in the next year or two, going out I-40. Perhaps I'll remember to look it up.
Robert C. Peurifoy
|eboss||Mattie Ophelia Jones in Marked Tree|
Thanks for posting her gravestone photo
Added by eboss on Jul 09, 2011 8:58 PM