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Susan R. Cole (#47574743)
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Bio Photo I have been researching since 1992. Geraldine McKinnie Weir (1932-2002), my father's cousin, taught me so much about genealogy. I really miss my dear cousin and friend Geraldine. In 1994, Geraldine helped me become a member of Daughters of the American Revolution. I now have 13 DAR ancestors, and I established two of the ancestors. My DAR ancestors are John Cole, Jesse Cook, John Garrard, William Barron, John Barron, 2nd Lt. Miles Gathright, Ensign Walter Poole, Major Croom, Zadock Bussey, George Bussey, Josiah Norris, James Patrick and Captain James Green.

In 1993, Geraldine found our Mayflower ancestors Stephen Hopkins and Giles Hopkins. Stephen Hopkins was a Signer of the Mayflower Compact. Stephen Hopkins was also to Jamestown, Virginia before his voyage on the Mayflower in 1620. On the voyage to Jamestown, he was shipwrecked in Bermuda with John Rolfe. In 1999, I became a member of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants. I also joined the Jamestowne Society. I am a member of nine lineage societies. My ancestor for United States Daughters of 1812 is James Norris. Lt. William Smithson is my ancestor for Dames of the Court of Honor. I am also a member of Colonial Dames XVII Century, Daughters of the American Colonists, CSDIW and Pioneers of Arkansas.

I am also very interested in German genealogy. I have ordered a lot of microfilms of actual church records at the Family History Center. The Germans kept great records. I have all of my German families back to the 1600's and 1700's with some of the lines going back to the 1400's and 1500's.

I am on FIND A GRAVE because I want to help others with their research. I also want to link my ancestors with their children.
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Backwoodsman
H.J. Wiltcher (99538549)
Hi Susan,
I recently took some pics of graves in the Siloam Springs Cem. in Jackson Parish, LA and found a small child's grave (Veola or Viola Wiltcher 44459333). The headstone said she was the dau. of H.J. Wiltcher. Since there were no other Wiltchers in the cemetery I did a search of Louisiana and found your Henry Jack Wiltcher. Was wondering if you had any info that would tie Veola to him.
Thanks for your help.
backwoodsman
Added by Backwoodsman on Apr 09, 2014 9:29 AM
Bill Durham
Ida M. (Edlin) Savage, Spring Hill Cemetery, Shoals, Indiana
Buried Spring Hill Cemetery, Shoals, Indiana per Clark Co., Indiana Death Record Book CH-8, page 82-83:

Ida Savage
died 14 May 1946, Jeffersonville, Clark Co., Indiana
age 76 years
widowed
buried 17 May 1946, Spring Hill Cemetery, Shoals, Indiana
Queen Funeral Home, undertaker

per Clark Co., Indiana marriages
Married John Savage
6 February 1886, Martin Co., Indiana
Marriage Record Book 4, page 567

Hope this is helpful.

I find it odd at the tombstone gives the year of date is 1945.
Added by Bill Durham on Mar 27, 2014 10:12 AM
Iris Meshell
RE: Taunton
Great, Susan ... I love photos! And you are so welcome for these transfers.
Added by Iris Meshell on Mar 07, 2014 5:02 PM
Noel Bell
John Stapleton #96906970
Susan: John's birth date is July 28 1856,per: his Bible, written in his hand Dec 12 1905.He was my wife's Great grandfather.
N.L.B.
Added by Noel Bell on Mar 06, 2014 8:10 AM
J. D. W.
RE: Douglas and Johnson
Okay. thanks anyway.
Added by J. D. W. on Mar 05, 2014 7:09 AM
J. D. W.
Douglas and Johnson
Hi, Susan,
I, too, am in DAR and I am trying to help another lady join. She needs info on Schuyler C. Johnson, b. 1864 in Dearborn, IN and died after 1912 when his wife, Ann Eliza died. Have you found anything on that yet?
Added by J. D. W. on Mar 04, 2014 5:48 PM
Kathy Sehon Jones
Family pictures
Thank you for all that you contribute, I truly appreciate you.
Added by Kathy Sehon Jones on Mar 03, 2014 9:29 AM
carolyn clark
RE: Moore
thanks for ur message. would u tell me what pics I sent u.? I have sent quite a few lately & can't remember the ones I sent U.
Added by carolyn clark on Feb 25, 2014 10:21 AM
Allen Helderman
RE: Green Cemetery
Hi Susan,

I did take more pix in Green Cemetery. I will try to get them added when I get time. I can go back to the cemetery if needed. The best time to visit is in early spring before the grass and weeds start to grow. This cemetery does not get mowed regularly.

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Added by Allen Helderman on Feb 23, 2014 5:32 PM
Coastal Dweller
Hicks Read
Okay, got it.

Anyway, thanks for reminding me to add her middle name. While I was at it, I added her nickname, too.

Coastal D.
Added by Coastal Dweller on Feb 13, 2014 2:52 PM
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