|Jenna Langston (#47615624)|
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My name is Jenna, I'm 25, and I'm a history/genealogy nut! "That's not normal," so say my friends. But...what is normal, anyways? However, I'll admit that I don't know many folks my age who can't drive by a cemetery without stopping...come to think of it, I don't know many people of any age that have that problem. |
If you need to correct some info, please use the Edit tab instead of posting on my messages. And regarding transfers, so long as I am not related to the person for whom you are asking, I will be GLAD to transfer!
Also, feel free to use any grave photos that I have taken, no need to ask permission! I don't mind in the least. I enjoy this immensely and do this so others all over the world can have access to info/pictures they might otherwise have never had! Enjoy!
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|Jessica Goforth||Joseph and Edwina Hammitt|
You're very welcome, I'm happy to help.
|Melissa Mengle||RE: Flossie Graves|
Hi Jenna. Thanks so much again. Yes my email is Melissa.email@example.com
|Melissa Mengle||RE: Click's at Williard|
Sounds good. I was hoping she was formerly "Florence Click" who is a daughter to Joel Click. I found that Flossie is a nickname for Florence. Florence was born in 1894 in Adams County. On the 1920 Census, I found a Florence Click as an inmate at the Adams County Infirmary and that is the last trace of her. There were to females named Florence Click in this time period, and I am unsure if it is my Florence Click in the Infirmary. If it is not her, then I don't have record of her past 1900 when she was 6.
|Melissa Mengle||Click's at Williard|
Thank you for the photos Jenna. I appreciate your time and help so much!
|Melissa Mengle||RE: Willard MT Hope Cemetery|
Thank you for your help Jenna!
|Melissa Mengle||Willard MT Hope Cemetery|
I see my link in my previous email to you didn't allow you to click on it, so all I did was type in Willard Mt Hope Cemetery into my search bar and got a website someone made for all the burials in the cemetery.
|Melissa Mengle||RE: Click Family|
Hi Jenna. Thank you for getting in touch with me. I am attaching the link to the website I found. The Click family was mistakenly entered as "Glick." Are you related to this family too? thanks again, Melissa
|Andy Gappa||RE: Infant Son Hook|
Yes, huge Blackhawks' fan. That picture on my profile was taken in a bar in Phoenix the night my buddies and I flew down there for a 'Hawks' game that happened to be the same night the Coyotes retired Jeremy Roenick's number. There were more 'Hawks' fans there than Coyotes' fans and Chicago laid an egg that night. It was still a fun trip. Your son will hopefully find out with his buddies in 20 or so years.
Keep up the good work and thanks again.
|Andy Gappa||Infant Son Hook|
Thank you!! The photo is perfect! The sun had to hit the stone just right for you to see it and photograph it. Great job! Thanks again.
|DSON1492||RE: Luther Hammitt|
That is great then, I went to the Portland Library on Ship Street and they have a genealogy room that i go to, They had pioneers book with the Hammitt family, a book of Veterans that i found the Revolutionary war soldiers in and some civil war soldiers, then in a Biography they had affew pages of Hammitt info in that.
I am sure they have more also, and they also have a Obituary index on a computer and a Baird Funeral home records back to the later 1800s.. So much data and such little time it seems.
But I was looking through several books and found the name Hammitt often.
I think it would be worth the trip down 27 to Portland, i do not have the exact address on Ship street for the library but you can find it on line quickly.
Hope this helps some and let me know if you find some goodies.
Have a Great Day
Added by DSON1492 on Jun 06, 2014 1:07 PM
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