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Jeffrey Phillips (#48462343)
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My Name is Jeffrey Phillips and I have been doing genealogy research since I did a project in 5th grade. I have expanded to include all of my wife's family lines as well.
Names on my side: Phillips, Trende, Wiles, Ellison, Krava, Parker, Shaner, Stober, Schmidt, Mankis, Smith, Elliott, Gallagher, McCullough, Martin, Welch, Spence, Johnson, Thomas, Green, Ladd, See, Milburn, Wisner, Wilson, Carr, and others.

Names on my wife's side: Hitt, Whittington, Marshall, Weber, Blount, Bullard, Sims, Jones, McKinney, Adams, Warner, Stanclift, Smith, Parker, Johnson, Clarke, Bliss, Gravatt, Grabendike, Black, Curtiss and others.
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Linda Gravette Gentry
I'd be interested to know where your wife's Gravatt ancestors are from. That's my line as we'll but Gravette, ett, itt
Feel free to send me an email, I didn't have access to mine when I left this message. Email is on my contributor page
Added by Linda Gravette Gentry on Feb 07, 2015 8:05 PM
Lyle Ellison
Thank you for heads up, makes since by looking at the dates.
Added by Debbie on Oct 27, 2014 12:30 PM
LLoyd Nichols
Wesley Gutherie
Thanks so much for the effort and info. I will make a note on the memorial.
Added by LLoyd Nichols on Sep 29, 2014 6:56 PM
Donna Kelly
Margaret Martin
Hi Jeffery, Thank you very much for getting the picture! Donna
Added by Donna Kelly on Sep 28, 2014 9:08 PM
Bob B
Lewis Davidson
Thanks for checking...I will call it an unmarked grave or not found for now.
Added by Bob B on Sep 27, 2014 9:06 PM
J.Richard Davis
Clarence A Davis Photo
Thank you very much for the nice photo and your time, J. Richard Davis
Added by J.Richard Davis on Sep 27, 2014 1:00 PM
Harold Bratsko
Thank you very much for your time and effort.

Added by Harold Bratsko on Sep 27, 2014 11:23 AM
Windi Spears
susan owens
although you found no marker i appreciate the time you spent trying to get a photo for me.
Added by Windi Spears on Sep 27, 2014 9:16 AM
Michael Grilione
Donna Boyd

Thank you for your help, time and the wonderful photo regarding Donna Boyd.

Best Regards,

Mike Grilione
Clovis, CA
Added by Michael Grilione on Aug 01, 2014 2:40 PM
RE: Sarah Williams photo
Thank you go going back again. You sure have gone the extra mile for me!!

I have no idea who either of those Williams might be. Her spouse was Edwin Herman Williams. He's buried in KS. Her son was Frederick G. Williams who is also buried in KS. She had 6 children with her first husband, David A. S. Ridings. Three of them died young & we don't know where any of them are buried.

I don't remember if this info came from the Long family or a Ridings cousin of mine who went to Fairview Cemetery. This is what I have:

Sarah Ann Ridings bought the lots where John J. Long is buried (date she bought not known) John, Sarah's father, is buried in the west division, block 94, lot 5.

They have no record of David Ridings being buried there. David's father-in-law, John J. Long is buried in the second grave in the second row and David is the first grave in the first row.

Sarah Ann Williams is buried in block 120, lot 7, west division. I think I can find them now. Sarah A. Williams also owned lots in lot 6, in west division which was later purchased by W. F. Burris.

She owned several lots. It's too bad she didn't put her own tombstone on one of them while she was still living.
Added by LouAnn on Jul 31, 2014 5:20 PM
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