|Dan Graves (#46984241)|
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|Katelyn Johnson||William Johnson and Dovie Adkins Johnson|
I seen a post on,here that you may have information on William Johnson and Dovie Adkins Johnson. I am descended from them and am greatly interested in any information you may have and if you know where their graves are located. My line is: william>randall>Leonard>Billie and then my father. Thank you!
|Pattie Ford||RE: Vernie Goan|
Wisconsin, Births and Christenings
Birth Date: 28 Mar 1902
Birthplace: Millville, Grant, Wisconsin
Father's Name: George Goan
Father's Birthplace: Millville, Wisconsin
Mother's Name: Lillie Dodds
Mother's Birthplace: Woodman, Grant Co, Wis
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C00314-0 , System Origin: Wisconsin-EASy , GS Film number: 1302874 , Reference ID: item 3 p 400
|Sandra Strine||Gates of Luxemburg, Germany Cemetery|
May I have permission to use picture of the gates of the cemetery to add to my Eveland Family Geneology? My relative, Guy E. Eveland is buried there. He was KIA in Germany on 06 Mar 1945 and is in that cemetery. Thank you for your response.
Regards, Sandy Strine
|Joe Leong||Col. Francis 'Blackjack' Kelly|
Dan, glad i was able to submit a photo of Col. Francis 'Blackjack' Kelly. Lmk if i can be of any assistance.
|Linda Wrobbel-Fleischman||Permission to Use Photo?|
May I have your permission to use your photo of the front gates of the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial?
|peggy sue ||RE: Dovie Adkins|
Dan, Thanks for your fast reply. Dovie Adkins born about 1812 and died (we think) 1875. She married William Johnson in Campbell County, Tn. March 26, 1843. We can't find records to prove if Adkins was her maiden or married name since she had two daughters prior to marriage to William. Thanks for your offer to help.
|DJ Csikos||Photo of cemstone|
Dan: I really enjoyed the way you presented the cemstone photo, very creative, wish others did that. Interesting to see where the stone sits, as well as the enlargement of it.