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|Butterfly Rose (#47011600)|
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I love doing my family's genealogy. I am looking up Terry, Anderson, Vunovich, Derrington, James, Strika, Greenlee or Greenlees, Aldens and the Lynn or Linn, Dowdy and Shallenburger, Huntley Families. I have learned a lot by reading the different gravestones. |
Please visit these Memorials:
CJ Meek, Tinker Nicholas Vunovich, Joel Anton Robinson and
Alex James Vunovich.
Cannot we find an American capable and worthy of the trust? ...Why should we take the bread out of the mouths of our own children and give it to strangers?" ~ John Adams, 2nd President Of The United States
"Any man can make mistakes, but only an idiot persists in his error." ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero.
PLEASE WHEN YOU WANT ME TO CORRECT INFORMATION ON MEMORIALS, PLEASE USE THE "EDIT" BUTTON.
For the people who send me information and corrections for my memorials I thank you.
If I don't have a Memorial then I can't change it!!!!!!!!!!
Please provide documentation for links to parents--otherwise, they will be declined.
I'm getting too many incorrect links to parents.
THIS IS WHAT I REQUIRE.
BIRTH AND MARRIAGE AND DEATH CERTIFICATES!!!!!
Please before using any of my pictures ask me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If you want to put pictures on my memorials please ask me first!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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|Donna Cox Baker||RE: Greenlees or Greenlee|
Hi, Butterfly. I only discovered Payneville recently, and it is truly a ghost town. There are some people living out there, but no structures of a town -- no evidence that there ever was a town there, except a sign pointing to Payne Cemetery, but the only graves I found in it were not Paynes. Unfortunately I don't recall the name of the family who is buried there. If I get the chance to go back there eventually, I'll try to record them, if they're not already in Find a Grave. There might be cemeteries on private land, but most driveways were padlocked with rusty locks, looking like no one had been out there in ages. If you descend from someone who lived and died there, though, I feel sure our ancestors knew each other. I descend from a brother of Ransom T. Payne, who founded the town. I haven't done a lot on the Paynes yet, but plan to, in time. Actually now that I think of it, I think there was a church out there. It's possible the records would be there, but I don't remember it's name. My only visit was a quick drive-through one day, so I didn't properly document it. Another time, I hope!
|3beckner3||Anna Dunnington Grave Picture|
Hello, I don't live far from where you state Anna is buried and I need clarification on location of grave. On Annie Place road there are 3 homes located on old farmland. There is a left turn (dirt road) on this road that leads to some old farm buildings. As you make the left turn there are 3 trees on right side of dirt road. (as seen on google through Zillow. Am I in the right area?
(Find a Grave voluntee to take pictures) debbie email@example.com
|Douglas Pyeatt||RE: Ronald Matson. Clay center cem.|
Thanks again for the photo and the note abt. him not having a marker
If you ever need anything from St Clair Co. Mo. area let me know.
Very sorry to hear of your families loss. My sincere condolences. Since my husband's line does not follow down to current generations, I do not have much info on them so I appreciate you sharing the news. Regards, Linne
Added by Velcro on Sep 01, 2017 8:43 PM
|Velcro||RE: Huntley Family|
You are very welcome. I try to sponsor all of my direct ancestors, when they are not already being sponsored. It is my way of honoring those who came before us and made us what we are today. My husband is related to the Huntley family as follows: John & Jane Curtis, 9g grand parents; Aaron Sr & Mary Champion, 8g grandparents. Aaron Jr & Deborah DeWolfe are his 7g grand parents and their daughter, Deborah, married Solomon Gee Sr. Have not found any memorials for Aaron Jr or Deborah DeWolfe. Regards, Linne
Added by Velcro on Aug 08, 2017 3:59 PM
|Ann Beeler||RE: Albert Gallatin Anderson|
My records show that Albert Gallatin Anderson was born 9 January 1807 and died 20 Nov. 1875. He was the son of William Anderson, born 28 Nov. 1765, Pittsylvania County, VA and died 11 Feb. 1845, Sumter County, AL. He married 11 Oct. 1787, Greenville Co., SC to Virginia Elizabeth Easley. You can look at my tree on Ancestry to obtain more information.
|Mae||obituary of Cindy Jo Byrd.|
Re: your request to delete Cindy's obit from flower section.
No problem - I deleted the obit. I only put it there b/c you said on your member page that you required birth and death certificates.
Have a great day - I LOVE your contributor name
Added by Mae on Jul 24, 2017 10:41 AM
|Jen Walston Harris Hill||LOL! Sorry! DAVIS!|
I'm working on cleaning BOTH DAVIS & ANDERSON on my tree since mom wanted me to print out stuff for her & her sister, in her late 90s, to chat about ;) I was wondering how Brooks Hall DAVIS is the Son of Chesley & Mary (Tate) DAVIS? since I don't see Brooks sister "Nacky" Pernecy/Pernica DAVIS PERKINS whose 1st born was named Brooks Davis PERKINS... Sorry I was working on the Andersons & correcting that when I 1st wrote! ;) THANK YOU For helping me out! Jen Hill
|Jen Walston Harris Hill||I THINK* I have some BIG Tree Changes to Make!|
I was asking about proof of How Sarah Carney & John Anderson were William's parents & I went & looked at Williams' Bible scans that I have had for years & there it is! DOH! "Sarah" his mom NOT ANN ERWIN/IVINE... Soooo that means the VA Quarterly Scan I have added is TOTALLY WRONG grrrrr I can't believe I didn't catch this years ago when I was working on these branches, better late then never! off to DELETE the Erwins & add the Carneys! We are Carneys! Cool! ;)
|Mark Utley||RE: Clay County Historical Museum|
Thanks for the update, Shawna - I need to get back and see the new facility, hopefully soon.
All my best,
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