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|Julie Johnson||Clark and Susanna Masterson|
Would like to compare notes about what appears to be a missing child in this family, Winifred J. Masterson. Please contact email@example.com to compare notes.
Winnie would be my great-great grandmother, if I am not confused.
Thanks in advance.
|Dorothy Jo Sunday||Henry and Anna Surber|
Thank you so much for the pictures and your time. I do appreciate everything you have done for me.
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request for Arthur. Your volunteer service is greatly appreciated.
|Mary Watts||Hannah Green|
Hello, According to my calculations Hannah Green was born February 26, 1784
I would like to request a transfer of management for Aaron Harper's memorial #80054815. I am the Harper Family Historian for Harpers originating in Pendleton Co., WV. We would like to correct, add to, and connect his memorial page with those of other family members.
Thank you for creating his memorial!
Added by Marsha on Jun 11, 2017 11:55 AM
|Julie ||Sarah Cordell Beach|
I don't know where the mix up is but Sarah Mickey Cordell Beach was my 2x grandmother. I personally knew her children before they died and still am in contact with some of her grand kids. Ira Ferris and Sarah Mickey Cordell Beach are buried in the Yates Center Cemetary in Kansas. Ira has a civil war stone and according to the courthouse she is buried next to him. They also never had a son name Abel. They did come from Iowa but settled in Kansas. Sarah was born in 1844 and Ira in 1842. Perhaps there are 2 Ira's but I have never heard of another Sarah Cordell that married a Beach.
Julie Cordell Schossow
Added by Julie on Jun 08, 2017 1:44 PM
|holly k||napoleon warner|
rhonda, i inadvertently made a dup of napoleon warner and put it in another cemetery. i will delete it as soon as i generate all the links that go with it.please give me a few days for everything to go thru. thanks, holly
Added by holly k on Apr 24, 2017 10:00 AM
|Denise Robinson||Jane Robinson|
Fixed the mistake I had made earlier. Sorry for the cousin confusion. Thank you so much for all you do. I for one, appreciate it.
|Deb||RE: Dewey Broshar|
Thanks I will do that.
Added by Deb on Feb 10, 2017 11:11 AM
He is listed as the son of Edward Broshar. Edward was his grandfather. His Father is James Edward Broshar. Also if you look at Dewey's marker it says he was born in 1899. I have a link to his death record which shows birth and death and parents.
Added by Deb on Feb 09, 2017 2:33 PM
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