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Peggy_sue (#47837422)
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Faye Doyle-Coleman
RE: Almira Perry Brake
Her sister Elizabeth Louise was my great grandmother!
Added by Faye Doyle-Coleman on Jan 21, 2015 1:09 PM
Mike Gahagan
RE: thank you
not a problem, just use the link for transfer request on each one you want.
Added by Mike Gahagan on Dec 21, 2014 1:07 PM
Faye Doyle-Coleman
Almira Perry Brake
Almira is my gg grandmother through her daughter Elizabeth Louise Brake. Please contact me, I would love to share info!
Added by Faye Doyle-Coleman on Dec 17, 2014 2:32 AM
Jerry Chaney
Mother's Vitals
Hi Peggy Sue, My name is Jerry Chaney and I was born in Post, Garza, Texas. My mom and dad both went to high school there. My gr-grampa Alexander was born in Tenn and moved to Texas in 1897 to Haskell County. Alexander's brother in Tenn was Wm Houston Chaney, who is your direct ancestor. Do you still live in the Abilene area? My cousin Mike Craddock owns a business in Big Spring, called Delta Lightning Arrestors. He has a home in Big Spring and also one in Midland. and also one in Santa Fe, NM. As you can guess, he's loaded. His dad and my mom were bro and sis. If you wouldn't mind, I would like to have your mother's info that I can put into my tree along with your dad. I loved that pic of your dad in his uniform. That had to be taken right about the time the U.S. Army Air Corps changed to the U.S. Air Force. He was wearing the old Air Corps uniform. When I went in, the hat ornament and U.S. medal were silver, no gold like he has on. Our caps were a darker blue than what he has on.
I'm rambling, so if you could send me your mom's info I'd appreciate it. My e-mail addy is:
Jerry Chaney
PO Box 1355
Hamilton, Montana 59840

PS Eddie Farmer and I communicate quite a bit. I have a Loudon County, Tenn book that I got when I was back there in 2009
Added by Jerry Chaney on Nov 21, 2013 2:16 AM
Jerry Decker
Conway and Durham ancestry
Through Charles conway we are descended from two famous families from early days of North Carolina, the Durhams and Conways. These branches are not a well researched, but both families have present day members who are constructing histories. All of the ancestors who have been identified were farmers and home makers, the younger brothers and sisters of prominent people in England and Wales.
Added by Jerry Decker on Dec 15, 2012 6:39 PM
Jerry Decker
Family Links
Rusty 47274922 is a distant cousin related to us through my grandfather's grandfather Joseph Marshall Decker 54173209. She has been very helpful in finding family links at findagrave.
Also is helpful to find links where the burial place has not been identified. Here is a link to my father's other grandmother Rosetta Monbeck.
Rosetta lived near my family home until I was 10 years old. She died in Sweetwater, Texas 1956 and was buried in Mechanicsburg Ohio, near Urbana.
Rosetta's mother was descended from a famous family of Henry Luce and Remember Litchfield who were married in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts in 1666.
The Luce family is traced back to 1537 around St James Horton Gloucester England. The Litchfield family is traced back almost as far to England Plymouth and Kent.
Other family links are still missing. The key to that group is Rosetta's first husband Charles Conway, about whom little is known. He is probably buried with Rosetta in Mechanicsburg.
It's a very big family because people had 8 to 10 children, and many burial places are still missing.I haven't even read all of the pages for ancestors who are identified. If the burial place can be found, then you or someone else can create the page on findagrave.
Added by Jerry Decker on Oct 21, 2012 12:07 PM
Jerry Decker
RE: Your Father
I don't have suitable pictures. Maybe your mother does. You have to own the copyright or get permission from the owner to post them on web pages. The person who takes the photograph usually owns the copyright for 80 years. To publish a photo the copyright owner has to get permission of any living persons in the pictures.So most memorial pages don't have pictures.

You can request a photo of the grave stone. Then someone who participates in the memorial program can take a photo and post on the page.
Added by Jerry Decker on Sep 29, 2012 7:14 PM
Memorial Transfer
I went ahead and transferred your dad's memorial to you. You can now add a bio or other information to his memorial. Good luck with Findagrave. I know you will find many treasures here as well as probably add your own memorials and many more photos once you get used to the site. -- Teresa
Added by amtsunshine on Sep 23, 2012 9:38 PM
RE: jemes kenneth sanders
I removed the duplicate posts for you. Had to do it from my end. I didn't know your dad, but I would be happy to transfer his memorial to your care if you like. Just let me know. -- Teresa
Added by amtsunshine on Sep 23, 2012 7:37 PM
Edward Farmer
RE: Cousins
Hi Peggy Sue,
My email is but I do not see a message there from you. Can you try again please, and include an email address where I can send you info?
Your cousin,
Added by Edward Farmer on Sep 23, 2012 5:17 PM
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