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If we are both related to the same individual whose site I manage, I ask that you advise me of your relationship/lineage for consideration.
Oh, forgot the 'disclaimer"etal....
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I ask that the photos that I have posted of individuals be given credit and also that I am asked/advised of the desire to use them l may have additional information regarding them for you also.
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Hello, I see that you input memorials for Essie Lee (Dingle) Hoxie and husband Louis Cole Hoxie and maintain a memorial for one of their sons Vernon Carl Hoxie. They had two other sons, Gilbert Lee Hoxie and Howard Hoxie. Gilbert Lee passed away in Lakewood, CO in 2006 and I don't have anything on Howard. Do you have anything on either one of them?
I am related through Essie Lee, my Great Grandparents were Dingle's.
Richard S Friend
|Theresa RaNae ||Poole|
Do you have family ties with Poole? I see you manage many please let me know or an email of contact. Thank You
|Roberta ||Albert Hoxie|
Hello, It appears that Albert had another wife, named Jennie Sibley, with whom he had a son, George, b. 1870 in New London WI who became a prominent Wis lawyer.
Do you know anything on this?
I am also following Albert's sister, Flora Elmina, who was married to Alvin Jensen.
Do you have any info on Flora?
Added by Roberta on Jan 03, 2014 8:46 PM
|Susan France||Alexander France Tranfer|
Thank you for transferring Alexander's memorial to our France line. I'll be adding links from his children and spouse who moved to MI.
His son's will requested a new headstone for Alexander's grave in New York. I'm not so sure his wishes were carried out. That stone looks fairly worn for 100 years... more like 150 years of wear and tear ;-)
|David Wilcox||Darrell and Catherine Wilcox|
Hello. Thanks for all your efforts in Find A Grave, especially the Wilcox and Pierce pages. I wonder if we are related? My name is David D. Wilcox and I am the little boy in overalls standing by Darrell Wilcox and Catherine Wilcox in their photos.
My brother, Dennis, and sister, Marilyn, have been pouring over these pages.
|Don Pearson||Other photos|
Hello again; is this an older post from you-
I have two photographs. One of Rhoda France-Anthony and the other of her husband..?..Mr. Anthony. The photos were taken in the late 1800's (judging by the dress) and were taken at "The Dollar Photo Studio" 161-163 Springfield Avenue, Newark, New Jersey. She is identified as the Aunt of my gr.grandmother, Elizabeth France-Pierce. I hope someone out there can help with some information about these people.
I have answers
|Don Pearson||Levi France|
Incredible to see a photo; Levi was my GGGG-grandfather. His daughter Rhoda France was married to Marvin Anthony. Trying to find more on the Anthony family in Sharon.
|Anonymous1||Daniel J. Moody, Jr.|
So you already know about his having served as TX governor. Okay. Thanks.
|Dan Stifflear||FAG #84943544 Levi Pierce|
Here are the obituaries of Levi Pierce and his 2nd wife (Delia M. Curtis Piece) that appeared in the Schenectady Gazette on the dates shown. I'd like to add that Mrs. Virgil Loucks and Mrs. Fred King were Levi's step-daughters.
Thursday, 7 March 1940
Levi Pierce, 79, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Virgil Loucks, at East Cobleskill, Monday night. He was born in Greenbush Aug. 19, 1860, son of Carlisle and Nancy
France Pierce. Surviving are his widow, Delia Curtis Pierce of this village; two daughters, Mrs. Loucks of East Cobleskill and Mrs. Virgil King, and one son, Lester Warner of this village. Funeral services will be held from the Mereness funeral home
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, with Rev. Foster Taylor officiating. Burial will be at Bramanville.
Wednesday, 2 November 1960
COBLESKILL — Funeral services will be held today for Mrs. Delia M. Pierce. 92, of East Cobleskill, who died Monday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Virgil Loucks. with whom she resided. Born in Middleburgh Aug. 31, 1868, Mrs. Pierce was the
former Delia M. Curtis. Her husband, Levi Pierce, died in 1940. Mrs. Pierce formerly resided in Cobleskill, where she had been employed for many years at the Hotel Augustan. She is survived by another daughter, Mrs. Fred King, Cobleskill; three grandchildren; two great - grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. Services will be at 2 p.m. at the Mereness funeral home with Rev. Arthur Baynton of Roxbury. officiating. Burial will be In Bramanville cemetery.
|Lost and Found||Smith|
Please accept my apology for being so testy. There are some real characters on F.A.G. however that does not give me the right to take it out on you.
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