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|Mark Vernon (#47102350)|
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I would be more than happy to transfer most of my entries on findagrave, with the exception of my direct ancestors.|
My ancestral surnames are:
(Paternal) Vernon, Singleton, Jones, Breeden, Hunter, Jennett, Scott, Rowden, Wyatt, Williams, Kyle, Deupree, Tyree, Atchley, Harper, Frost, Marks, Portwood, Standiford, Blanton, Jager, Bowman, McCargo, Sullivant, Radford.
(Maternal) Selak, Scaman, Henry, Kinney, Sullivan, Harvey, Smith, Summers, Agar, Butler, Breen, White, Hisey, Sanderson, Russell, Chessell, Hadden, Bird, Richmond, Dawthett, Herrick.
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|Gary Ayers||RE: Helen Thompson thanks|
You are most welcome.
I have more than one Helen Thompson in my tree Could you help me out with more details about her please?
Please feel free to e-mail me. My e-mail address is on my contributor page.
Gary W. Ayers
|Clarice Courneya||RE: Infant Venables-47403340|
Mark, thanks for his transfer-all the information was added. There were three more siblings, but I have to find their burials. Donald Dee-1996, Alice E. Mulvihill-2004 and Robert Joseph-2000 Venables.
|Clarice Courneya||Infant Venables-47403340|
Mark, if you would like to transfer this memorial I will be glad to take care of it. I contacted Calvary Cemetery and they gave me plot location. The baby only lived 3 days and was buried on April 3, 1918.
Thanks for all your contributions to Find A Grave.
|tracey bedford||grace woodhouse|
Thank you for the pictures of the grave above. She is my husband's relative as well as both of her parents who are both cousins from the Neal/e family in Norfolk, England.
|J. Dresser||William H. Harrison|
Just a quick addition:
William married Ardella Eugenia Dresser, who is also buried in Lake View Cemetery, findagrave # 66250427.
She was born in December, 1862, to John and Jane Ryan Dresser, in Dryden township, Sibley County, Minnesota.
|Bill Gunn||Howard and Mary Gunn|
Thank you very much for the transfers.
|John Rockwell||RE: Harve Childers|
Yes, I was trying to point out that his correct name is "Harvey," not "Harve." But they instead added Harvey's full name to Beth Childers Rockwell's memorial as if that is the inscription on her stone.
So this is not about Harvey's memorial page, but his daughter's, Beth.
Hope that is clear. If not, please write.
|Lauren Crumb||RE: Margaret Wolfart Nehrbas|
No I have not but I will definitely look into it now! Thank you!
|Sandie M||RE: Van Tassell thanks!|
Are you related? I'd be happy to share info...
Added by Sandie M on Apr 24, 2017 5:58 PM
|Phyllis||RE: Atchley family history|
Mark, this is how it's been sent to me. I also checked out some Atchley family trees on Ancestry and some actually have this info listed?
Edward Doty (sometimes spelled Doughty)was the one who came on the Mayflower and one of the signers of the Mayflower Compact. (This is a proven fact) He is thought to have been born May 14, 15, 1598 in England. He died Aug. 23, 1755 in Plymouth. He married Faith 'Clarke' and they were the parents of 10 children. One being a son, Samuel Doty, b. 1643 and died in 1715. He married Jane 'Harman'. They had several children, and it's thought one was a daughter, Elizabeth Doty. Elizabeth then married David Martin. They are suppose to be our Mary Martin's parents??? Then Mary Martin married Joshua and you know the rest of the history. I am still researching, but this is what was sent to me. It's interesting, need to continue to try and prove it. :)
Added by Phyllis on Apr 24, 2017 3:29 PM
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