|George Alexander Allison, Jr. (#46812554)|
| || member for 11 years, 5 months, 13 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
'The Dead....do not suffer the Living to pass. The way is shut! It was made by those who are dead.....and the Dead keep it! The way.....is shut.'|
I have been researching my family lines since 2000 and have accumulated hundreds of pictures from dozens of cemeteries. I hope by sharing these photos with/on 'Find A Grave' it will help others re-discover their family and their heritage. I will make an effort to display only proved data with sources; and if any mistakes are found, feel free to contact me so we can make the appropriate corrections.
A very special ‘Thank You' to my mentors for getting me jump started; Shawn – Paul Allison, Dave Ash, Thomas B. Gotham, Doug Lyon, Janice Barker-Reeder, Stella Weaver – Ward, Mildred Allison – White.
My Allison lineage back to Thomas Allanson, English extraction, London.
Thomas Allanson/Mary Roberts
Charles Allanson/ ? Posey
Thomas Allison/Barbary Burch
Charles Allison/Barbara Moore
James Allison/Nancy ?
Thomas Allison/Mary Bailey
Robert B. Allison/Blanche Wilcoxen
John Wilcoxen Allison/Margaret Ellen Jackson
George Alexander Allison/Alice Melissa Boyd
John Thomas Allison/Hildagard Agnus Goppert
George Alexander Allison, Sr./Kathryn Pearl Slabaugh
George Alexander Allison, Jr.
|Messages left for George Alexande... (179)||[Leave Message]|
I've sent over edits, are you getting them?
|inmand15||RE: Clark Allison #175121930|
Wow! That was quick. Thanks for getting back to me. You can also e-mail me directly at email@example.com.
Added by inmand15 on Jan 09, 2017 8:51 AM
|inmand15||Clark Allison #175121930|
I called Ohio this morning to confirm that Clark is buried in Grandview. I would like to write up this story for our DAR newsletter as a World War I commemoration. Do you know if there are any pictures of this young man in the family?
Added by inmand15 on Jan 09, 2017 8:44 AM
|Kirk Haggerty||RE: Fannie Susan Allison - Byran|
Hi George and Happy New Year to you too.
You probably have a good point about Fannie's name. I found the name of 'Francis' in the 1880 US Census. Other than that all other documents say that she is 'Fannie'; it's on her gravestone, and 'Fannie' is also her mother's name. It was more an assumption on my part that 'Francis' may have been her 'christened name'.
No problem, I can correct that.
Fannie and Alexander Bryan (a Civil War veteran) had several children, one of them was David H Bryan (1870-1937) who was my great-grandfather. He grew up in East Liverpool and was a salesman of fine 'Castleton Chinaware'. He retired in Los Angeles and is bured in Whittier, CA. As far as I can find out, he was the only Bryan who settled on the West Coast - which may help explain why I was born in L.A.
Look like we're distant cousins :-)
|TheBlueJar||RE: hi there|
I'm confused as usual, what are you saying
Are you currently active?
|Rzoellers||Mary Kathryn McIntosh Campbell|
this was my grandfathers sister may I have control of this page
|S-P Allison||Wilmer W. Allison|
His tombstone and obit give his birth as 06 Jun 1877, but his birth record states 15 Jun 1877. One source I used to access the birth information gave it as 13 Jun 1877, but that was incorrectly transcribed. Thought I'd send this out to you today.
|Whimsters||Edward Paul Shestina|
The information is from the cemetery index which records that his ashes were interred on 6/14/1997 at Sec. C, Block B, Tier 1, Grave 4. The index isn't always accurate, but the office staff are extremely helpful, so give them a call to double check. (216)351-1308
|Mary Casey||RE: Roberta Cline|
|[View all messages...]|