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I am a wife, mother of three, grandmother of ten.|
My passions in life are my family, genealogy,
I started climbing my family tree when I was twelve, and haven't stopped yet!
I have enjoyed taking some "roots vacations" to
Illinois and Pennsylvania. Genealogy naturally leads you to the world of history. I enjoy American History very much.
Many of my ancestors came to America for religious reasons. I have traced them through
just about every war that America has taken part in.
I have taught genealogy classes in my church.
And I often help friends and neighbors with their research.
"Turning Hearts" comes from the last verse in The Old Testament, Malachi 4: 6.
I am very appreciative of my husband's understanding of this great work!
Findagrave.com is one of my very favorite websites.
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|A R||RE: Christopher Nielsen|
You are welcome
Added by A R on Jun 11, 2014 12:37 AM
|emersunrose||RE: Anna Townsend Janney|
You are so very welcome! Genealogy is what I love to do! -- Christine
|Tom B Stone||RE: Chester L. Bowers|
You are very welcome.
|Beth Sparrow||Styer in Circle Mound|
I went to Circle Mound cemetery near Rising City today. The only other Styer buried next to those 2 was Blanche (Styer) Ensign. I added her gravestone pic and requested links and maiden name to Shirley, who has that memorial. It was kind of funny, I was about ready to leave and there they were right by the entrance/exit.
|Bob Collins||Elizabeth Van Nostrand in Green-Wood|
I did not find Elizabeth (died 1876)--but the Elizabeth who died in 1876 was not the wife of Losee Van Nostrand. She was the unmarried daughter of James and Martha Jane Seymour Van Nostrand. There were no legible stones for Losee or HIS Elizabeth on the lot, but I did find a memorial slab for 3 of their young sons. The photos and captions uploaded to Losee's page will explain.
|rich ||Your Thomas Wright (1954) request|
I found a Thomas D Wright headstone however the dates do not match your request. This Thomas was born in 1858 Died in 1939. He is buried with Mary A Wright Born 1859 Died 1939. If this is correct for you, let me know and I will claim and fulfill the photo request.
Added by rich on May 10, 2014 4:46 AM
|Calcat||Charles T. Holman|
Update made : ) Thank you! I had in my notes that he died after 1910, but I have not been able to find an actual death date for him yet.
Added by Calcat on May 04, 2014 6:23 PM
|Leon Hertzler||Ross Streby|
I linked him to his parents as you suggested.
Thanks for the info....
|Robert David Miller||Corrections|
I made the corrections you sent and gave you credit, thank you. Sincerely, Robert Miller
|Paul Rader||RE: Gen Thomas Jay Hayes|
Glad, you enjoyed the photo. West Point is a special place. I've worked here for 20 years, and never get tired of it. I usually walk the grounds of the cemetery once a week. They are not forgotten!
thanks for the kind note.
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