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Joanne Paisley (#47787717)
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History has always been interesting to me, so looking into my family tree was a natural. Just like so many people, I did not ask enough questions from the older generation so researching has been answering one question at a time. I started with my paternal side and after 15 years I have begun looking into my maternal side. One of the greatest gifts I have ever received was from a fellow researcher. The only pictures I had of my father was his christening picture and his marriage picture. This cousin copied and sent me a picture of not only my father when he was eleven, but also his siblings. Since I have nothing to send him I try to pass on his kindness by helping others find that picture or information that they need. My family names are Rice, Mize, Nyfeler, White, Bolon and Stanley.
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Virginia (Ingram) Crawford

To my knowledge my Ingram's did not come from Virginia. They are mainly here in Ohio and some went out west.

I transferred the memorial to you.

Added by Virginia (Ingram) Crawfor... on May 03, 2015 6:36 AM
Sharen Shultz Bowers
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You are welcome, Joanne! Thank you, as well, for all of your work. :) Yes, it does take a lot of research time and travel time to make the memorials nice for our ancestors. Are you related to Linda Love researching in Belmont County? Linda and I have some common ancestors and I believe you and I do too!
Added by Sharen Shultz Bowers on Apr 25, 2015 5:38 PM
Jesse Norris
Memorial# 27740578
I see from this memorial that Ruth was her own mother and her father was only 11 years old when she was born. Could you please check this for me? I think that Ruth should be the mother, husband of George, as found in the US Census; 1850, 1860, and 1880. Thanks, Jesse
Added by Jesse Norris on Apr 23, 2015 5:09 AM
re: Charles & Cleona Roby
Joanne, your most welcome and if this your relative I'd be most happy to transfer it to you as they are not related to me.
Added by Shirley on Apr 21, 2015 11:41 PM
Eva Turner
Thankyou again !
Added by Donnalley on Apr 13, 2015 4:02 PM
Everett Turner
Thankyou so much !
Added by Donnalley on Apr 13, 2015 4:01 PM
Jonathan Davis
RE: James Hulse McMillen # 53848315
Joanne, my Davis line did come out of Belmont County with the last being my 2nd great grandparents; William and Minnie Phillips-Davis moving to Columbus, Ohio between 1900 to 1907. My Davis line came out of Pennsylvania to Belmont County just prior to 1850 so your Mary Davis does not appear to be related in any way. Sorry but I wish you success in your search for Mary and suggest you also look at Virginia records. Those that passed away after 1864 will tend to list birth as West Virginia but West Virginia did not become a state till 1864 during the Civil War.
Added by Jonathan Davis on Apr 13, 2015 10:36 AM
Linda Love
Infant Daughter
Hi Sis, Yes, she was the daughter of Clyde and Freda Bailey. She was stillborn. 1927-1927. I called my cousin in Bethesda and she confirmed it. The baby was her older sister. The infant was the first child of Uncle Clyde and Aunt Freda.
Hope you have a great Easter!
Added by Linda Love on Apr 04, 2015 11:45 AM
John & Sarah Warrick
Thank you for linking John and Sarah to their daughter, Hattie. Judith
Added by Lavidaloca on Apr 01, 2015 3:39 PM
K - B
Miller Mitchell
Would you remove the grave photo on memorial #54867617, please. if you check the dates, you can see that are very different. Thanks.
Added by K - B on Apr 01, 2015 7:34 AM
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