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|I was born in Syracuse, NY, but have lived most of my life in Florida. My background is in history, anthropology, and archaeology and I began doing genealogical research in 1981, but have been especially active the last ten years. I divide my research evenly between my father's family, which originated in France (paternal) and England (maternal), and my mother's family, both sides of which were descended from Virginia's Germanna colonists.|
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|John Cook||RE: Reuben Newton Wayman|
Sorry for the delay with my reply but I just now found your message. I would download the pic and upload it to your page. My great, grandfather was John Mack Cook, my grandfather was Mack Arthur Cook, my father was Keith Lee Cook & my name is John Mack Cook. I think that Virginia Cook was Theodore Ruben Mack Cook's sister? I believe that Virginia & Ted were my father's 1st. cousins?
|Margaret R Davis||RE: Ann Mariah Davis|
HI. I WOULD LIKE TO HELP, BUT I DO NEED MORE INFO, WHERE AND WHEN SHE WAS IN THE CENSUS, THANKS MARGARET
|John G. O||RE: Catherine Spurgeon Troutman|
I'll be replying your email address as I've been
working on My Troutman lines even when they
reach "dead ends" and "lost cemeteries.
John G. O III
|William Stark||RE: James H Crawford|
Can you give more information about James H. Crawford, ie. vitals, cemetery? He is not on my list of memorials that I have created. I would be glad to recheck the research but I am unable to do so until James H. Crawford can be identified.
|Karen Dwyer||RE: Studer/Studor Burials at White Lake|
I added Philip and Henry as children of Jacob and Elizabeth Studer. I changed Jacob's date of birth to 1817. If you found church records, they are probably more accurate than the gravestone. I cannot tell you where I got his full date of birth, nor can I tell you where I got the maiden name of his mother. It looks like I created all these memorials, but do not know where I got the bio's unless someone in the family sent them to me. I have put over 2000 pictures up on find a grave. I'm sorry my memory has failed me at this time.
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Photo of grave of Herbert F and Hazel B Hahn grave|
You are most welcome. That's quite a while ago. Thanks for telling
me about your visits to your grandmother's grave and those of your
grandfather's family. I was there to fulfill requests and decided to
take photos of other stones and upload them. I will be doing that
each time I have requests in Lyons Rural
Best regards, Paul
|Bonnie's Daughter||RE: Sgt Frederick R Wilkes|
As far as my research to date, there is no connection. I often place tokens of remembrance on memorials with the same surname as my proven ancestors, since somewhere, we are most likely related.
The only Frances Wilkes I have in my tree married Littleberry Haugh in 1801, Brunswick Co VA.
Please see my Gr-Grandma Mary Adeline Wilkes (Warfield, Pearsey) memorial, # 48249984.
|Phyllis Meyer||adding links|
You can link memorials together in the bio section. Look at the Frequently Asked Questions section and go to How do I add a link from one memorial to another? It decribes how to do so.