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EFP (#47835806)
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I have been interested in family history for several years. My family consists of Bahm, McWherter, David, Foy, Todhunter, Bell, McQuiston, Imbody, James, Pike, Haywood, Ard, Pendley and their extensions. I find it a privilege to maintain the memorials that are in my care. I believe through this media we can keep the memories of our loved ones and families alive. I can add any personal knowledge I may have as well as pictures. It is impossible to keep maintenance on the physical final resting place of all our loved ones and extended families. Find A Grave makes it a little more possible.
I haven't explored outside my family but when I do begin adding headstones that I have taken pictures of, of non family sites, I will be glad to transfer maintenance. EFPike
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Marion
isaac n. todhunter
Hi, I believe my 4th great grandfather, David Hornor, was enumerated in the 1850 census of Polk County, Iowa with Isaac N. Todhunter's family. The census index lists David's surname as Homer, but I believe it is Horner. The age is off and there was no birthplace listed, but I did find David's probate in Warren County, Iowa. It is definitely our David in the probate. I wonder if the Todhunter family was taking care of David. So far I've not found any relationship tying David to their family. I wonder if anyone in the family ever heard of the Todhunters caring for David Hornor. David was a Quaker and had no gravestone.
Added by Marion on Feb 06, 2014 4:50 PM
Jennifer Stuart-Edone
Josephine Haywood
Are you related to Josephine Haywood # 79786331? If so, is it through the Haywood's or her maternal line? If it's the Haywood's then we may be related. I am the granddaughter of Herbert Haywood AKA John Stuart.
Added by Jennifer Stuart-Edone on Dec 07, 2013 10:47 PM
MrsB
RE: additions
Thanks! It was a real thrill for us to see old stones like this one. Back in eastern Nebraska the oldest are around 1850--occasionally earlier, but the land was not peopled with folks who put up tombstones earlier.
Added by MrsB on Oct 08, 2013 6:08 PM
MrsB
RE: additions
Thanks! It was a real thrill for us to see old stones like this one. Back in eastern Nebraska the oldest are around 1850--occasionally earlier, but the land was not peopled with folks who put up tombstones earlier.
Added by MrsB on Oct 08, 2013 6:07 PM
Nate
Verna
Transferred
Added by Nate on Oct 06, 2013 7:51 PM
Linda Linn
RE: thank you
You are welcome. It isn't always easy to find what you're looking for on Find A Grave. Glad you got it figured out. Linda
Added by Linda Linn on Sep 17, 2013 2:09 PM
Marie and Bruce Newell
Pat Tripp
I have made the transfer. Glad to be of help.

Marie and Bruce Newell
#47582814
Added by Marie and Bruce Newell on Sep 09, 2013 6:46 AM
Penny Neeson
Edmunds
I made the transfers I also gave you Darwin's father. Penny
Added by Penny Neeson on Sep 08, 2013 11:28 AM
Deena
Aaron McWherter
I have transferred this memorial to you. My husband is related to the McQuistons.
Added by Deena on Sep 08, 2013 8:59 AM
Penny Neeson
Edmunds
Who are they to you.
Penny
Added by Penny Neeson on Sep 07, 2013 9:45 PM
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