|Ed Cline (#46941074)|
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This is an extension of my genealogy hobby. If I should enter someone that is not related to myself or my wife I would be more than glad to reunite them with their own family.|
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|Al Lester||William Gaston Delony|
Back in the late 50's or early 60's, my dad stopped at an antique store is south Georgia. He bought a picture for the frame. What appears to be a charcoal drawing of LTC Deloney was behind the picture that was showing. It floated around the attic for several years and received some attic rash. The drawing is identical to the picture you posted. Please send me your email addres and I will send you a picture. If you are in the Athens are, I will be glad to let you see it in person if interested.
|Andre Jones||Rosa Lee (Jones) Wright|
You are listed as the "creater" of memorial #157742519 for Rosa Lee (Jones) Wright. We would be interested about her information. We've searched Missouri death records and as of yet, not come up with a death certificate for her. Our primary interest is her mother Jane (Kennedy) Jones. Rosa's father W.W. is in one of my wife's direct lines.
|Roger Vanhoose||John Patterson Ferguson|
John P and Tennessee were my 2nd Great grandparents also, could you share your wife's information with me.
|Farm Girl from Mo.||Francis Marion Davis #62241774.|
Just thought you might like to know that there is a short bio. that can be found for Francis Marion "Frank" Davis in the "1883 History of Howard and Cooper Counties" Prairie Home Township. I found it on the internet while looking for info. about his father, Maj. Drury Oliver Davis. Maybe you can include it on your memorial for Francis Marion Davis #62241774. Have a nice day,
|Anne Pasieka||HFFA Reunion|
Heinrich Frey Family Association Reunion in Hannibal, Missouri June 15-18, 2017. Go to hfrey.org for details and registration forms.
Hope to see you there:-)
|Deborah (Baxter) Fink||James William Baxter|
Can I send you an invitation to my tree email me at email@example.com I show he had 3 wives.
Elizabeth Ann Brown (1st wife)
Rebecca Anne Elizabeth Baxter 1854–1931 (James and Elizabeth's daughter)
Mary Priscilla Brown (Elizabeth's sister and James 2nd wife)
(Children of James and Mary)
John Francis Baxter 1857–1928
James "Henry" Baxter 1859–
Susan M "Susie" Baxter 1861–
Ella Virginia Baxter 1864–1898
Eliza Jane Howell (James 3rd wife)
You know, now that I read your response, I think I asked you about this once before. Well, maybe they just didn't put in a stone. He died in 1966 so you would have seen something by the time you went out. I think you documented the Hathorns in 2011. Well thanks anyway!
PS. We lost our DeeOhGee this October. Still missing him!
Added by tdh on Mar 12, 2017 11:53 PM
|tdh||Willow Creek Cemetery|
Hello Ed, Hope all is going well with you. I have a question for you. When you were photographing grave sites in Willow Creek Cemetery, were you out there on requests, or other? I am trying to find the grave site of Charles Anderson. His son Johnnie is buried there as are Johnnie's maternal grandparents: the Hathorns. Catherine and James Lafayette Hathorn. You took the photo of their grave stone.
Added by tdh on Mar 10, 2017 11:17 PM
|D. Stone||Findagrave memorials 103789120|
You may wish to examine the documents for John and Sarah Price in familysearch.org ID K6HR-MWJ before you accept as fact the statements posted in this memorial.
I do not see that this conclusion is supported with primary evidence. Dee Stone
Added by D. Stone on Feb 28, 2017 12:25 PM
|Mindy Rampey||RE: Cora Sample Zimmerman|
I used to have lots of info but I lost almost all of it. I'm just starting over on all of my family tree stuff. Send me an email and I'll send you an invite to the family tree I'm working on Ancestry. Look forward to hearing from you.
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