|Malaurie Brown Stanley (#48242393)|
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Dad's line is Brown. I've only gotten back to 1834. They came from the Knox/Sevier County Tennessee area & then came to Michigan.|
*GG's Brown/Turner, Kelley/Bollinger
*GGG's Brown/Leatherwood, Turner/Crutchfield, Kelley/Fach, Bollinger/Buckley
*GGGG's Brown/Roberts, Leatherwood/Trotter, Turner/Wilson, Crutchfield/Whitaker, Kelley/Metcalf, Fach/Miller, Bollinger/Mishler, Buckley/Phillips
Mom's line is Terwilliger. I've gotten back to 1600. The name was originally Van Der Willigen. They were Dutch who came from Vianen, Utrecht, Netherlands, immigrated to Ulster County, New York & then later came to Clinton County, Michigan.
*GG's Terwilliger/Mick, Shattuck/Nave
*GGG's Terwilliger/Sparks, Mick/Hoffman, Shattuck/Stevens, Nave/Kessler
*GGGG's Terwilliger/Sprague, Sparks/Grover, Mick/Cruthers?, Hoffman/Jones, Shattuck/Lewis, Stevens/Edwards, Nave/Sink, Kessler/?
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|Donna Sims Conner||RE: Turner Family|
I was so happy to receive your message! I remember Aunt Dora and Uncle Bill very well. I worked with their daughter Terri several years ago at a local community college. Are you researching this line of your family? I have been researching my father's line off and on for fifteen years. Please keep in touch!
|Lauri Carpenter||Irvin V Boyer|
Malaurie, thank you for the additional pictures. I appreciate it.
|am||James and Norma Trussell|
Thank you for honoring my photo requests. I appreciate the time you took to do this for me and that you took both a photo of the marker together and a close up of each individual one.
Have a nice day.
Added by am on Aug 19, 2016 9:48 AM
Thank you for taking Violet Kolberg's headstone picture.
Added by Karen M. on Aug 17, 2016 6:26 PM
|D Swix||RE: Hi again!|
I follow the Bacon's back to the 1400's in England. I do not come across any Silas Bacon's in my direct line. If there is a Silas, he would probably be a distant cousin to my Bacon's.
Added by D Swix on Aug 16, 2016 3:36 AM
|Diggin for one||Frank Naracong|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my headstone request. I appreciate the time and effort you spent on my behalf. I hope the day was beautiful for the walk. Thanks again!
|D Swix||RE: Hello|
Let me look into this. I have not ran into the Kelly or Bolenger names before. I love a mystery. Fannie would be a sister in law to my great grandmother Lucretia Morton Marcy.
Added by D Swix on Aug 11, 2016 2:09 PM
|D Swix||RE: Hello|
Fannie E. Robertson Morton Married my second great uncle Bert Morton on Dec 14 1912. Fannie was the daughter of James H Robertson and Eutencia C. Henderson. (Although on the marriage certificate their names shows up as Albert Robertson and Tuia Anderson.) Fannie was born on June 5 1892 in Pewamo Clinton Co, Michigan. Bert and Fannie had 3 children. 1. Viola Morton Parker, born on Sept 12 1914. 2. James Morton, Stillborn on April 14 1919.and Bethel E Morton, born Dec 24 1920. Viola, I know married Burr Parker and lived in Grand Ledge Mi.She passed in 1989. James, is buried in Elm Hall Cemetery with Bert and Fannie. Bethel, I do not have any information on. You and I would be related by marriage. I wish I had more info. But that is all I can find in my book.
Added by D Swix on Aug 11, 2016 7:14 AM
|Patricia Z||RE: Thank You!|
|Angie Robinson||Guy G Johnson, Sr|
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