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Charlie Anderson (#47926510)
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Bio Photo In 2007, with the help of my grandma and great-grandma's extensive genealogy work (both of whom were LDS members), their immense photo albums, hand written stories, and collective documents (court documents, birth and death certificates, wedding announcements, funeral service announcements, and newspaper articles), I began my genealogy research. Utilizing, the LDS research database, and Find a Grave, I now have 4558 documented ancestors. I find this research exciting and fun, letting me know of my heritage and the history of America. My first 4 generations includes Anderson, Wilson, Arterburn, Murrell, Whitwell, Alberty, Hugghart, Alton, Power, Douglas, Widley, Probst, Stevens, Zehnder, and Lemmon.
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Max Easter
My name is Max Easter & Frederick Alberty i think is my 5th grgrandfather. do you know where Frederick & his Elizabeth are buried.

Max Easter

Added by Max Easter on Nov 04, 2013 4:02 PM
Max Easter
Added by Max Easter on Nov 04, 2013 3:59 PM
Erin Kyte Huerta
Nina Stevens Black is my Grandma!
I came across this picture in a google search no less. :) Nina Stevens, married my Grandfather Claude Elias Black. They moved around quite a bit as my mother Nora has told me. They ended up in Washington State. My mother was born in Kanab, UT. She had 5 children. And I was her youngest and only girl in the family. lol :)

For personal reasons, I moved from WA to UT. I would LOVE to have a picture of that family picture of my Great Grand Father Hyrum Wallace Stevens, and Maybel May Stevens Spencer. And I would also LOVE to connect with you as well. My email is: Sorry, about the hotrodcutie brother gave it to me when I was little as I used to love to go fast in my stroller. :) Hence, hotrod meaning my stroller, and cutie (I was about 3-4 when he named me.)

Or you can email me on here, as I noticed we can email back and forth. I would LOVE to here from you!

Erin E.
Added by Erin Kyte Huerta on Oct 13, 2012 4:59 PM
Alta Melton
Charlie, please accept my apologies for not making these changes on your first request. I did check my emails and yes, you did sent the request, I just missed it. I apologize. I've made the corrections as requested, added photos and did a little research. I also added the photo to her husband's memorial.

Thank you for the information and I'll try to do better.

Added by Theresa on Oct 02, 2012 6:55 PM
Bill Stotts
RE: Henry Alberty
Greetings Charlie,

Thanks for the fine information on Fredrick Alberty. I found a referrence to the Albrecht/Alberty/Albarty connection some time ago but did not have the details. I am assuming that Christina is the first name of Fredrick's first wife.

I have made many good contacts on FindaGrave and this has been one of them.

Bill Stotts
Added by Bill Stotts on Oct 01, 2012 2:58 PM
Bill Stotts
RE: Henry Alberty
Greetings Charlie,

You mentioned documentation for the name change from Albrecht to Alberty. Do we know where and when this change happened?

Bill Stotts
Added by Bill Stotts on Sep 30, 2012 12:22 PM
Bill Stotts
Henry Alberty
Greetings Charlie,

Memorial for Henry Alberty transferred to you on September 28. He is my g.g.g. uncle, so be good to him. I just noticed we have a shadow Van Buren Cemetery in which the Alberty family entries are all spelled Alburty. It is my understanding that some of the older folks wanted the Alburty spelling as they felt the family was of German origin rather than Italian. Who knows?

Bill Stotts
Added by Bill Stotts on Sep 29, 2012 1:13 PM

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