My maternal great grandmother started my interest in my family history. She told me stories about when she, her parents and grandparents moved from Indiana to Kansas in covered wagons. The wagon train encountered peaceful bands of Indians along the way and her stories continued. She has lead me to my journey of uncovering the lives of my ancestors. After 30+ years of researching I have lots of records, stories, facts and pictures and now I am sharing what I have discovered with family and friends. Some of that sharing is showing up on Find-A-Grave.com. Happy Digging!
Names that I am researching: Lohr ~ Leisman ~ Pierce ~ Biggs ~ Wortman ~ Wright ~ Campbell ~ Wilmoth ~ Love ~ Stultz ~ Harrison ~ Hudson ~ Rourke ~ Dryz ~ Thomas ~ Davis ~ Hockett ~ Waldrop and many, many more ... <|:0}
I live in Oklahoma and visit cemeteries in the surrounding counties near where I live to take pictures. I also have family in the surrounding states and will take pictures when I visit them. If I take a picture and post one for you, you may use them for your genealogical records.
Please do not submit requests through the public message area. Send requests through the memorial edit feature or email me directly with your comments. Thanks!
Birthdate for Susannah Hockett Milner Hi Karin, Would you be able to tell me where you found the birthday of 18 July 1808 for my 3rd great-grandmother, Susannah Hockett, Memorial# 96733874? There are 3 dates listed in different family trees on Ancestry (and elsewhere on the internet) of 7 July, 14 July, and 18 July. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance, Bob
Sarah Bonta wife of William Hart The grave marker attached to the memorial for Sarah Bonta, #90135472, wife of William Hart, cannot be her grave marker beause it states born 22 March 1839, died 6 July 1859. Sarah E. Bonta, who married William Hart was born about 1800.