|GLM||Alexander C. Donaldson|
Thank you for your message about Alexander. So that means that you and I share the same 3rd gr grandfather—William Donaldson who was born in Scotland. His daughter Martha was my 2nd great grandmother and from what I can tell was a half sister to your Alexander C. Have you done any research past Alexander C. ? Mike Donaldson and I collaborated on some Donaldson research a year or so ago. I detailed everything on my ancestry tree. If you would like to take a look at it you are certainly welcome too. It is a public tree on Ancestry.com. The name of it is” Bryce L. Young” tree. For William Donaldson’s page be sure to click onto the “gallery” button. The records I have there don’t always show up on the main page.
I live in Oregon. Where do you live?
Best wishes, Ginger
Added by GLM on Apr 15, 2016 6:09 PM
|Tundra Girl||RE: Alexander Donaldson|
I can send you an invite which will allow you to see and follow my tree. Do you want me to send the invite to: email@example.com? If not, let me know where to send it.
Once you connect, I should be able to see your tree too (manually).
I would love to see the photo of your great grandma.
I've had such a hard time breaking through this line and the in-law line, Elizabeth Cheeseman and Joseph Henry Sims as well as Elizabeth Griffin and James W. Farmer. The Farmers are the parents of Robert L. Farmer who married California Sims, the daughter of the Sims listed above.
They all seem to be from Ohio except for Elizabeth Griffin is from PA.
I would love your feedback. Thanks!
|Tundra Girl||Alexander Donaldson|
I noticed that Alexander was your grandfather and died an unfortunate death. He married my 2nd great grand aunt Hannah Sims. I have a profile page for him on Ancestry.com and have conflicting dates of his birth. Do you believe he was 59 years old as it states on his headstone? That would mean he was born in 1816 but I have two other possible dates too. Also, do you know if he was born in PA or Ohio? Was he married more than once? I like to be accurate and any feedback you can provide would help me with that. Much of my family is from that area and worked and had family's at the little mining and furnace towns.
|Aaron Gleim||Glade Howells|
Thanks for the grave photo for him..... months , or maybe a year ago or so, someone was wanting a photo of his grave....now I can't recall who it was...hope that
Maybe they will see his memorial.
Thanks so much .
|Mary Louise||Nathaniel N Pinney|
Thank you very much.
|Melody Addington||Thank You!|
I really appreciate your time spent in getting me Deborah Shuler Strickling's photo. Thank You!
|Kirk Davis||RE: Thank You!|
You are very welcome.
|Richard Jamieson||Find A Grave Memorial# 66547533|
T Paxton Edwards is just above Helen. You may want to "link" Helen to Thomas on Helen's page. You may also try asking the "created by" person for Thomas if they wouldn't mind transferring him over to you so that they are both managed by the same family name person sush as yourself. I added a close-up photo on Thomas's page.
Thanks so much for fulfiling my photo request for Henry Lowell Thomas, it is greatly appreciated.
thanks, take care, karen
Added by Mamma2 on Apr 10, 2013 4:22 PM
|Cheryl Ayres||Re: Edwards Family|
Which child of Edward A Edwards are you descended from. His son Evan Edwards m. Talitha Shelton who is a 1st cousin 5x removed. When a direct relative of theirs comes along I am going to also transfer them to their care.
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