|Debbie W||Dallas Young|
I saw your note about Dallas Young being an ancestor. His sister, Anna Louisa Young Engle, is ours. I'd love to collaborate with you -- LOL -- my hope is that we'd be able to break through some brick walls :) Contact me if you're interested -- Debbie
Added by Debbie W on Nov 14, 2015 12:14 PM
|rhonda bruce||Mcclure cemetery|
I had noticed that you had a cemetery photo of McClure Cemetery in White Co., Cleveland, Ga could or would you tell me where it is located?? I am having Glaucoma surgery on Nov 2 and would like to get out there before then....thank you so much
|Laura Phillips||Barbara Ann Elliott|
Of course I will transfer this memorial to you along with my sympathy on your loss.
It makes it much easier to go along with the new rules of Find A Grave to click the edit on the memorial and write your message there. This way the member's number and the memorial number are there and they do not have to be looked up to find them.
|Leslie Filemyr||RE: Elizabeth Young's parents|
I'm on ancestry.com and have been a member there for 3 years. I started working on genealogy back in the early 90's or so, when you actually had to go down to the Census center in Philly and scroll through microfilms looking for relatives, and to the Philadelphia City Hall looking for birth, marriage, and death certificates and wills. It's so much easier now, and I've found probably 5 times as much information in a fraction of the time!
|Leslie Filemyr||Elizabeth Young's parents|
Check Dallas Young, born about 1874 in Pennsylvania living with his wife Elizabeth in Philadelphia in the 1880 census. His mother Cathrine (sp?) born abt 1808 in Pennsylvania is living with the family. There's 3 more kids that you don't have on Find A Grave yet. (Good luck finding them!) Then check the 1900 census for Dalas Young, and find another son, 17 year old Dallas. Happy hunting!
|Leslie Filemyr||RE: Elizabeth Harriet (nee Chenot) Boales|
Boy, what a coincidence! I was just looking into that myself and was about to message you that you had the wrong mother for Ethel, when I looked at the 1900 census in which Ethel is listed as the 3 year old daughter of 50 something year old Dalas and E Young, with 25 year old Emma still living at home with her parents. And who said the 60's were the only times of "free love!"
|Leslie Filemyr||Elizabeth Harriet (nee Chenot) Boales|
Hi Carol, I see that just yesterday you created a memorial for the wife (Elizabeth Harriet Chenot Boales)of my third cousin once removed (Robert William Boales III). Do you know if he is in the same cemetery as his wife? If he is, are you planning to create a memorial for him? If you don't want to create it, I would like to do so. I hadn't been able to find where they were buried until I made the transfer of her mother to you today! Let me know. Leslie
|Leslie Filemyr||RE: Transfer request|
I am happy to transfer Emma Virginia (nee Young) Chenot to you. She is the mother-in-law of my 3rd cousin once removed; you're much closer! Happy hunting for more relatives!
|Jill J||RE: Batezel Family|
Thank you so much for getting back to me! My Mother will be e-mailing you soon. Her e-mail starts with tpj. She is really excited that you got back to me! Thanks again!!
Added by Jill J on Jul 30, 2014 5:23 PM
|Jill J||Batezel Family|
Dear CJ M.
My great-grandmother was Lottie Batezel. I noticed you were related to her also. Do you have any information or more photos of Lottie, her husband or my grand father Elmer? I would appreciate anything I could give my mother. She searched for Lottie's husband, her grandfather but can't seem to find much. I would appreciate anything you could give me. I guess this makes us distant relatives? :)
Added by Jill J on Jul 29, 2014 2:20 PM
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