|Merrily Lawson (#47492862)|
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|I live in Whatcom Co, Washington, and have been actively doing genealogy since 1978. I became a FAG member shortly finding my 5th great-grandfather's gravestone photo and knew I had to create memorial pages and post the numerous photos and records that I had collected. Surnames of interest include Gilbert, Glover, Gowdy, Brown, Packard, Wakely and Jennings.|
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15,883 Memorials Added
16,256 Memorials Managed
331 Volunteer Photos Taken
392 Virtual Flowers
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|Robert E. Vines||William E. Vines|
William E. Vines was the Grandfather of Henry Ellsworth Vines, Jr. (Tennis Champion).
|Leone Hanson Sigurdson||Sarah Baker|
I didn't realize I had requested a photo of Sarah Baker. Sarah is my Great Great Grandmother.
|Thomas E. Cornish||RE. Wakley Jennings|
Hello Merrily, further to my last note I noticed you refer to John D Wakley as your Grandfather if that is the case we are second cousins, I find it incredible that the Wakleys and the Cornish family lived so close to one another in Cornwall England namely Morwenstow and Kilkhampton, My Great Great grandmothers name was Prudance James she married my Great Great Grandfather Thomas Cornish, in Morwenstow, She died in 1846 and is buried in the Church yard in Morwenstow village of Shop, the Vicor of Morwenstow was Robert Stephen Hawker. Hope you find the info interesting
Take Care Thomas E. Cornish
|Thomas E. Cornish||John Wakley & Grace Jennings|
Hello once again Merrily,I noticed your posting of my Great Grand Parents children one of whitch is my Grandmother Jessie Wakley Cornish she and one sister are buried with her mother and father John Wakley and Grace Jennings in Pinegrove Cemetary Prince Albert Port Perry Ontario.One other sister Myrtle who married Arthur Couldthard is buried in Oshawa Union Cametary. Arthur Couldthard was best man at my Grandfathers wedding in 1909, My Grandmother Jessie Wakley died 1912 when my father John Cornish was only six months old. I have a few photos of My Great Grand Parents John Wakley and Grace B Jennings and also photos of My Grandmother Jessie Wakley and two sisters, I would share, It appears I have quite a few third cousins through my Grandmothers brother John D Wakley of Tulsa Oak. If you are interested in the photos let me know, Thomas E. Cornish.
|Barb OD||Mary Patricia Paul|
Thank you for photo
Added by Barb OD on Jan 29, 2017 11:31 AM
|Barb OD||George Emil Paul|
Thanks for the photo, did you by chance take the one of his wifes, stone, there was a request out there for it.
Added by Barb OD on Jan 29, 2017 10:13 AM
Thank you for supplying the photo. Your help is appreciated.
Added by Pritch on Jan 28, 2017 7:31 PM
|Michael Livingston||Thank you!|
Thank you Merrily for posting the nice photograph of Robert R. Gould's gravestone! I sure appreciate your fine work!!
Mike - Anchorage, Alaska - about 7" of new snow
Would you be willing to transfer all of these if I got all the numbers after referring to my tree?
If these are not your family, this is my uncle's American clan. If they are your family, I love to meet new cousins to compare notes.
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