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Nan Whitcomb (#46872060)
 member for 10 years, 8 months, 24 days
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Bio Photo My time is spent researching our family genealogy and helping others with theirs. I have 4 family trees that I am working on constantly.
I wish I had the time and resources to be able to walk through cemeteries and make the recordings that others do, it is such an important part of our genealogy. The cemeteries that I have been through were a great experience.
I can't thank the folks enough for all the hard work they do.
Feel free to use any on my photo's that I have submitted...No permission needed. Sharing is caring.
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 • 284 Memorials Added
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 • 1 Memorial/week
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Messages left for Nan Whitcomb (40)[Leave Message]
angel searcher
RE: Re: Memorial # 104435994
Memorial has been transferred. Glad she is with family.
Added by angel searcher on Mar 09, 2017 1:32 PM
angel searcher
RE: Re: Memorial # 104435994
You are very welcome, if you would like a transfer, please let me know. Family should be with family.
Added by angel searcher on Mar 09, 2017 10:14 AM
Henry and Sarah Lodewick
I've made a few links and added some info from the info you sent. They were both alive and well in the 1870 census (indexed as Lodwick), so there must have been some other reason for Henry being granted guardianship, since Sarah wasn't dead.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Jan 22, 2017 8:57 AM
Shirley Hoard
Thornton suggestions
Hi Nan I am not related to the Thornton's so if you would like to have them transferred to you please let me know and I will.
Added by Shirley Hoard on Feb 03, 2016 6:12 AM
Jo E
RE: Claude Edwards 43429366
Hi Nan, Now I see this email note. I just sent you a reply to one also. ok, now I remember this one. You wanted me to change something and I think I did. I still don't know what you want me to do for you though. If your a member, maybe you want to create Moses and Almira's pages. if you want me to transfer Claude Edwards to you, please let me know (assuming your family?????).JoE
Added by Jo E on Jan 22, 2016 3:10 PM
Jo E
Claude Edwards 43429366
Hi Nan, thanks so much for further info on Claude.
Would you know where McKinley and his parents Moses and Almira Edwards are buried? JoE
Added by Jo E on Jan 20, 2016 8:20 AM
Janet Taylor
Streeter/Woodward Family
I am descended from Alfred Streeter and Melinda Woodward and have been working on my family genealogy for some time. I have found census data for both being born in New York. I would like to know if you have a primary source for your reference to Jefferson County, NY as noted on Find A Grave. I have seen other trees on Ancestry identifying Watertown, NY as the birthplace for Alfred Streeter, but I haven't been able to validate that. I would be glad to share what info I have if you are willing to collaborate.

Thank you for your consideration,
Janet Taylor
Added by Janet Taylor on Jul 27, 2015 7:07 PM
Ron Martin
William R. Benson # 128483460
I was notified by F.A.G. that you had suggestions for William R. Benson. If you have any connection to him I would be glad to transfer him to you.
I do not. He just happened to be one of over 1200 photos of markers that I took in that particular garden at Victoria Memorial Gardens last summer.

Added by Ron Martin on Feb 01, 2015 7:54 PM
L Evans
RE: Margaret Helmer # 100374664
Hello: I have since added obituaries for John Helmer, his wife Cynthia and his brother William Helmer.
Maybe something on the obits can be helpful to you.
Added by L Evans on Jan 22, 2015 8:19 AM
Conservative Patriot
Culver and the Rogerenes
Interesting. Based on DNA testing, there is now a theory that the lactose intolerant group of people in the Bavarian mountains are likely Jewish, but converted to Christianity because of persecution. Perhaps the lost tribe of Israel has been found!! Then we protestant Bavarians came to America to escape the religious persecution of the Catholic Church on Mennonites/Amish. I always wondered why I love olives, lamb, and flat breads and do not like pork.
Added by Conservative Patriot on Nov 02, 2014 7:52 AM
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