|Gina Rugito Anderson (#47795797)|
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So...As much as I love genealogy, history, rummaging through yellowing record books at courthouses and traipsing about in old cemeteries, I seldom have the amount of time that I wish I could devote to such activities. Still, when I find the spare time, I take advantage of it to the fullest extent possible.|
I've been working, predominately on my father's side of the family, because there are almost no family members left, and they were mostly European immigrants from the mid to late 1800s and early 1900s. Those lines include the names RUGITO, DERENNE, and BRUTOUT. The good thing is that I recently found RUGITO family in Italy and we are bridging the gap in very broken Italian and English.
My mother's side has two main lines that have been well researched by others for the most part. Those lines are STAKLEY and WEATHERS. I do have an interest in the research of those lines, but I have not delved into that area as of yet.
I can be reached at email@example.com and on Facebook under the same name listed in my profile.
I really like this site, and I'm amazed with the amount of information available by members who have been so generous with their time. Thank you.
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Glad to oblige. I know that it is hard for those who are missing, these Memorials are a good way to acknowledge those who were never found or lost at sea.
Livermore, Pa, did exist until around 1935 when it was destroyed by floods. My guess is that the two are the same cemetery.
My father's family lived in Bradenville & attended Derry High School.
I am aware that Livermore Cemetery has been duplicated as is Alexander & Mary Dias memorials. One of the cemetery listings (Livermore Baptist Church Cemetery) has the location as Livermore, Pennsylvania, which does not exist and has only 8 memorials listed. The other has 51 memorials. I can do nothing about the duplication of this cemetery & I have chosen to keep the Dias' in the cemetery with the most memorials. Sorry.
I am so happy that you found me! Yes, I do have an Ancestry Tree online...of course it isn't all complete....since I had so many missing dates, some were listed as "living"...
My public tree is "Brickey Families in America NGH" so if you do a search on Ancestry you can find it. Then you would need to use the "search" on that tree for Weathers.
If you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with an email address, I can invite you to the tree.
I think some of my information came from Charlyne Helleckson, and maybe some from Jean Benton...I can't remember exactly because it was a long time ago.
I will share as much as I can with you. I know I have some other photos (not many) but will be happy to share them with you.
Added by Nancy on May 12, 2012 2:00 PM
I sent this to Clarissa also:
Hello there Cousin
Rachel was the sister to my Nellie Mae Dawson Brickey. Nellie married Joel Allen Brickey who was my great-grandfather. My grandfather was Hubert Brickey who married Nora Olive White. My mother was their daughter. Grandpa Hubert knew "Doc" Weathers from childhood. I wish grandpa was still living so I could ask him about your family. My grandparents moved from Texas in about 1938, to New Mexico, so I don't know if they ever got to go back and visit with the Weathers family. I think I have at least one more photo of Rachel when she was older. I will also answer your email as soon as I can. (Had company today)
Talk to you later,
Added by Nancy on May 09, 2012 1:06 AM