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Jan Gorman (#47670721)
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Bio Photo Child number five of twelve children born to a Sailor and a Lady Methodist Minister (what a combination!)

A descendant of the first MacBean/MacBayne in North America. If your family name is Bean, Beane, Beene, Bain, Bayne, MacBean, MacBayne, or Bee ... send me a note and I may be able to tell you how they are related to this common ancestor, who was captured in the Battle of Dunbar (Scotland) and shipped in a prison ship to Boston, where he was sold at Boston, into servitude.
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Caryn Hood
Charles Bane
Below is the e-mail you sent me. The answer is I do not know who this Charles Bane is and don't have any way to find out.

Also, I just noticed that the dates and his age on the tombstone are extremely inaccurate. Someone born in 1869 and died in 1888 could not be 27 years old, but rather only 18. The numbers do appear to be plain enough to read though.

Sorry I don't have anymore information.

Caryn


Their suggestion:
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Is there any way of knowing if this is Charles N. Bane is the son of William Jefferson Bean/Bane and Sarah (Repass) Bane?

The 1880 census of Tazewell, Virginia, census records the family under the name "Bean" ... which is pronounced the same as "Bane."

Charles married Missouri Ellen Sprinkle, daughter of John and Victoria Sprinkle. The headstone for his wife clearly has the last name of "BANE," so it is presumed that of his family, Charles, at least preferred that spelling.

Missouri Bane's Find A Grave Memorial# 61236520 says:

"After Charles died in Missouri, his wife and children moved to Indiana Missouri, her two children are buried in the same cemetery as his parents, in Wayne County, Indiana.

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Added by Caryn Hood on Apr 23, 2015 6:09 PM
Dale Pierce
Great Aunt Hazel Pierce
Dear Jan: (I am sending this e-mail again as it sent before I was finished)

I just found the photo of Hazel Pierce on the find-a-grave and was so excited as I had never seen a photo of either Hazel or Alonzo previously.
My name is Dale Pierce and Hazel was also my great aunt -- my father was Ivan Pierce, son of William Wesley Pierce, Alonzo's brother. My Dad was Alonzo's nephew and Uncle Alonzo was my Dad's favorite but I never got to meet him.
I have worked for years on the Pierce genealogy and have exhausted my resources on finding a photo or much information on William Henry Pierce, Alonzo's father. There are some in the lineage who have photos but they haven't been very forthcoming with photos, etc.
Is there any possibility you might have photos or know anything about William Henry Pierce, my great grandfather or anyone else for that matter. Even a photo of Alonzo which I don't possess.
Any information or help would be so appreciated as I'm hoping by the end of the year to have my genealogical book printed.
Thank you.
Dale R. Pierce
4541 Ivar Ave.
Rosemead, CA 91770
(626) 292-6514
piercedalesden1@hotmail.com



Added by Dale Pierce on Apr 21, 2015 4:32 PM
marvin carter
RE: Norlyn Carter
finished maybe? what do u think?
Added by marvin carter on Apr 15, 2015 4:46 PM
marvin carter
mem # 144708812
ur honest opinion?
Added by marvin carter on Apr 08, 2015 4:53 PM
Randell Tarin
Minerva Waddlington Flournoy
Thank you for bringing the duplicate memorial in the Chireno Cemetery to my attention.

You will see that I have made note that her burial in Nacogdoches County is conjectural as she may have actually died in Wood County. Since the time of her death is estimated, we can't really be sure if she died before Samuel Flournoy moved to Quitman around 1860. That is why there is also a memorial for that cemetery as well. Again, it is stated emphatically that the burial there is conjectural.
Added by Randell Tarin on Apr 07, 2015 6:52 PM
Bob
Helen Krachy
"Helen Elizabeth Marx is the daughter of
Hubert Henry Marx #103453861 and Dollie (Harris) Marx #103454022. Helen married
Joseph Krachey."
I added your info but Please use the edit feature in the upper right corner for these additions.
Bob
Added by Bob on Mar 22, 2015 10:08 AM
LostGeneration
Heintz edits
I received your note and will decline the edit with the incorrect mother; however, you can go into your edits tab and delete an incorrect edit and resubmit it properly.

Additionally, you submitted an edit to REMOVE John and Maria Heintz as the parents of Caroline Heintz Miller #92801522. Is that a correct edit?
Added by LostGeneration on Mar 11, 2015 4:04 AM
marvin carter
peter smith bean
can u crop photo of psb on porch?
Added by marvin carter on Feb 13, 2015 12:21 PM
No Guts, No Glory
Joanne Fecteau.
Many thanks for the update. I have added the information you provided me. Have a great day, z
And happy taphophiling.
Added by No Guts, No Glory on Dec 26, 2014 5:40 AM
M. Jensen Seggerman
Evelyn Hinrichs
Hi Jan,
Good catch! I have deleted the duplicate!

Merry Christmas!
Mary
Added by M. Jensen Seggerman on Dec 08, 2014 7:50 AM
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