|Sandy S. (#47764698)|
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|Debra Rodgers Blackmon||RE: William Crawford Webb|
Re: William Crawford "Bill" Webb Jr--"Hi, I am researching Alice Virginia Webb Parish for my family friends. I thought you might have information that you could share and vice versa. I have Emily S. (unknown maiden name) Webb as Virginia's mother per the 1880 US Census. Anything you might be able to share is most welcome. Thank you! Sincerely, Sandy" 2015.06.17
Sandy, agreed, Emily S Johnson Webb was recorded as Virginia Webb's mother in the 1880 census. However, family lore from this end of the tree says Bill (GG Grandfather to my spouse) was married three times. Unknown Name/Wife #1 was the mother of Alice Virginia Webb Parrish. Alice was raised by Wife #2/Emily S Johnson Webb.
Regrets, have no further intel.
|Louis Roth||Dixon at Cypress|
Please call 650-755-0580 and get the grave location and add to the memorial so that we can get you some photos.Or, contact the cemetery office via email in order to obtain the grave location.http://www.cypresslawn.com/_mgxroot/page_10764.phpPlease post to the memorial or Send a Correction to the memorial owner so that it can be added.Once you have done this then it will be an easy matter for us to go out and get your request fulfilled.
|Debra (Martin) & Gregg Schrader||RE: William Lamb #134892982|
I would be more than happy to include the additional information you have provided for William A. Lamb's memorial. Or I could transfer the memorial to you. My husband is related to Lambs but we don't believe we are connected. Please let me know your wishes.
|Ghost Town Gal||Kibbeys|
I live in CA. This week is crazy, as I've been picked for Jury Duty and am on a trial. You can send your email address to email@example.com, and I can forward it to Karen.
Great research and preservation you're doing!
I may have mentioned this earlier - but our Kibbeys and Womacks connect to 50's cowboy star Roy Rogers:)
|Ghost Town Gal||Sarah Kibby or Kibbey|
Hi Again, Sandy,
I'm unsure if this may be what you are looking for. The 1850 United States Federal Census lists the following Kibbeys all living together as a family in Fabius, Knox County, Missouri:
David, Eliza, and children Sarah, Tignell, Clarissa, Martha, Albertus, Mary, James, and David. I believe my ancestor, Clarinda, had her name spelled incorrectly by the Census Taker - as did Tignal. The Kibbey name was spelled Kibby in this census.
|Ghost Town Gal||Photos of David and Eliza Kibbey|
I emailed your request to the cousin, Karen, who has the photos here is her answer:
I got Kibbey photos from my Great Aunt Lena Rogers and also from her brother my great uncle George Rogers. The photos in both cases were from their parents, Frank and Lucy Kibbey Rogers. As their two youngest children, there parents lived with them or vice-a-versa in Washougal. Aunt Lena never married, both are gone now, but as I was the family historian, I ended up with Great grandmother Lucy's photos, letters, etc... I don't however have their family Bible, I believe, George's daughter Donna still has that, but she is not interested in the family history and has no children. So, as to their source, they were from Lucy Kibbey Rogers, dau of James Kibbey, son of David Kibbey. How she got them, I don't know. I also have a cousin, the grandson of Delila Kibbey Cripe, who I believe has most of Lila's photos and information, as he is working on the family history himself. He is the one who gave me copies of James Kibbey's Bible records and we shared photos and other information. I haven't talked with him for several years now, but I can give you his address or email if you would like to talk with him. --Karen
|Ghost Town Gal||David and Eliza Kibbey Photograph|
I hooked up recently with a Kibbey cousin on AncestryDNA.com. Both our DNA and paper trail show us as 3rd cousins twice removed. She has many photographs purported to be of the Kibbey family, which she kindly shared. I will forward your request to her - and let you know.
|Parma Genie||Sarah Kibbey and James Andrews|
I was excited to see your memorial. What a wonderful story about Sarah. I'm researching the Andrews family, I believe that James may be my GGG Grandma's brother. I have not been able to verify it however. I would love to have a chat about him with you.
|charles house||Bessie Elliot|
I have a photo of what I believe to be the grave of Bessie Elliot but the death date is different. The stone I found is marked as death date 1918. If this is the correct person I also have a photo of her husband. Let me know.
Welcome to Find A Grave...in the upper right corner of memorials there is an "Edit" Tab.. click on it and then go down the list of links that you can do.. the SAC...is Suggest a Correction, or additional information, to be added to a memorial, or to request transfer of management of the memorials.
i did find someone that most likely is related to you. Bill Aurand...
I have walked many Cemeteries and have Aurands in my memorials, I know Henry and Susanna are Robert's parents but havent located them yet. not sure where clay cemetery is. ..which seems odd...will have to find out and search it for you when snow is off the ground.
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