|Drew Hawkins - Linda Hawkins (#47706202)|
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|My name is Drew Hawkins. For my Boy Scouts Of America Eagle scout project, I took digital pictures of the gravesites at the San Mateo Cemetary to put them on the find a grave website. I am 13 years old, I attend Jenkins Middle School in Palatka, Florida.|
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I am Drew's Nana, Linda Hawkins. I have been doing genealogy on my family for a number of years. Most surnames, Sanders, Willis, Drew, Dorton, Love, McMillan, Rountree, Neck, Barnett, Bacon and it just seems to keep on going and growing. I am always interested in sharing and gathering information. I can more readily be reached at my email address, but will be starting to check this site regularly. Thanks - have a wonderful day. Linda
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|Camillia||RE: Dora E Moore Oliver|
I've reviewed the original 1900 census (not the ancestry "index"). It shows Dora & Lonnie living in High Springs, Alachua County, with children: Hazel, age 5 and Arthur, age 1. Also shows that Dora was born in Alachua Co. That's all I can find on this Dora and Lonnie, if indeed it is the same couple. I can transfer the 2 memorials over to you, if that would be acceptable, if you're willing to research this. Thanks.
Added by Camillia on Jun 14, 2016 7:41 PM
|Delores Callahan Vega||RE: Clifton Callahan connection|
Clifton Callahan was my grandfather, Alvin Ridley was my father. Clifton was born Mar 2, 1843, the date on his tombstone 1883 is a mistake that was never corrected. Good luck on your research.
|Brenda Arnett Darbyshire||RE: Source for David A. Mashburn|
I have no idea. It may have been on his tombstone, but cannot say. You might try Ellen Hamby, she may know.
|Judy in Ocala||Wright Family Graves in San Mateo|
Drew, thank you so much for this wonderful project you did. Congratulations on earning your Eagle Scout. The Wright family graves belong to members of my family. May I have your permission to use them in my genealogy?
Thank you for your consideration.
Judy Setley Wright