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Ed Cook (#48038306)
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Retired USAF officer. Enjoys geneology, woodworking, golf, scuba diving, and grandfathering. I am searching for Woodcook, Cook, Mansfield, Swearingen, Birlew, Byler, and Campbell. Also Winter, Myles, Guest, and McIntosh in Scotland.
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Darryl J.
RE: Lemuel Swearingen # 68281558
Thanks for confirming. I will correct and try to figure what happened to the other Lemuel :). You are right. If you can keep track of the Lemuels, Samuels, Johns, Williams, Thomas in the Swearingens you are doing good. Every family has at least one, it seems! My ggg-grandfather had a first cousin who was also John R. Swearingen, close in age, at one time lived in Howard Co, MO at the same time.
Added by Darryl J. on Jan 04, 2016 7:33 PM
Darryl J.
Lemuel Swearingen # 68281558
Hi Ed,

I was wondering about Lemuel Swearingen. I may have confused him with his 2nd cousin, also named Lemuel Swearingen, born about 1821. The other Lemuel is the son of my ggg-grandfatehr John Ray Swearingen, also buried in Woodlawn Cemetery in Independence, MO. His grave marker is near John's, and is not the one shown on the Memorial # 68281558, so definitely different people. John Ray is the first cousin of William M. Swearingen.

I may have assumed the Lemuel W. Swearingen was the son of the Lemuel who is the son of John Ray Swearingen, especially since they were in the Kansas City area.
Added by Darryl J. on Jan 02, 2016 12:07 PM
Judy Mayfield
RE: George Woodcook
Hello Ed,
It was my pleasure to transfer George. I just hope he is actually at Graham cemetery per the obit. I have walked and photographed Graham cemetery and either he does not have a stone or I possibly overlooked him. I will contact Joe who has the records for Graham to find out it he has George listed as being there. I'll let you know.

Take care
Added by Judy Mayfield on Dec 05, 2015 6:34 PM
RE: Laura Crease Lewis
Since you have an interest in this line I'll transfer to you.
Added by jwb on Nov 08, 2015 3:46 PM
RE: Rose Birlew
You are very welcome! So glad I could help!
Added by mwyo on Nov 03, 2015 10:31 AM
RE: Everett Tasto
Thanks for the Edit changes to Wilfred Tasto. He is related, although not closely, so I will not ask for a transfer. Thanks again!
Added by Chris on Oct 27, 2015 1:18 PM
Warren Eastright
RE: Rose Cammarata DeSalvo
Sorry Ed, there's no connection that I know of, the reason I follow the Altoona Mirror newapaper obit is for family research in my family, which has been in the center section of Pennsylvania since the year of 1800 and there are still many family members in the area.

Good luck in your family reseach

Added by Warren Eastright on Jan 29, 2015 7:17 PM
Warren Eastright
RE: Rose Cammarata DeSalvo
Thank you, I know I've made several errors. Keep searching and welcome to F.A.G.

Added by Warren Eastright on Jan 28, 2015 7:24 PM
Louise Murphy
I've added the parents of Louise Murphy, thank you. Are you related to her?
Added by Cari on Nov 30, 2014 10:37 AM
David C Patton
RE: Julius Patton

Julius Marvin Patton was my uncle.
Added by David C Patton on Aug 11, 2014 6:40 AM
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