|Pamela Bacon (#47735302)|
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|Nancy Gibson Lowe||RE: James Johnston|
I can't understand people who clutch their research to their breasts so to speak. Some people create memorials on F.A.G. and, when requesteed to transfer an ancestor, demand proof - practically in blood :) - that you are related. I enjoy sharing my research and glad you found what I have on the Johnstons helpful. I think you and my husband are somehow distant cousins. His many time removed g-grandmother, Sarah Johnston (parents James & Nancy), was married first to Thomas Johnston (her cousin) and Denny's line continues from Sarah & Thomas's son, Thomas.
|Nancy Gibson Lowe||James Johnston|
James Johnston was one of my husband's great-grandfathers. Here's what I have in my RootsWeb file: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=nangiblowe&id=I23944
~ Nancy Lowe
|Robert Duran ~||Hello Pamela,|
Thank you so much for your support. I still havent found my cat Max. It don't look good. It is very nice to meet you and I do know where Littleton is. I use to work in Littleton. I was living in Denver but now I live up north in Westminister. I apreciate your kindness...~
|Rick France||Gordon at Crown Hill Section 16|
I found plot 124 in Section 16, and here is a monument with th4e Gordon name. See photos. However, th4e faces of the monument (all 4) are smooth - there is no evidence that there was ever any inscriptions or side markers.
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