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|Ann ||Marian L Nielsen|
I am researching/trying to find the record of my great grandmother. I think this might be it and I am wondering how you have the information that she died of an operation for gallstones?
I would appreciate any direction you might give that could help me know more about this person so I can confirm or not that this is the person I have been looking for.
Added by Ann on Aug 11, 2017 4:50 PM
|Jan Ratzman||McAdo Wilson Carroll|
You are correct. My aunt Alice did marry Frank Fields, and did die in 1997 not in the '80's. I was always told her grandmother's name was Antoinette Gillard Arnold. But my grandmother was named Mary Elizabeth Arnold Carroll, so it makes sense. Ms. Gillard was the daughter of Edwin Gillard of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
|Jan Ratzman||McAdo Wilson Carroll|
Just looked up the information on my father, McAdo Wilson Carroll. He also had a sister, Alice Carroll Fields, who lived in Dallas, TX at her death in the early 1980's.
|J McL||RE: Re: Bennie Pepple|
You're welcome. Always trying to make it a better website for those of us interested in genealogy!
Added by J McL on Jul 06, 2017 6:36 PM
|Denise Riley||Harmon family in Sheridan Oregon|
I have your edits for the Harmon family in Sheridan Masonic Cemetery. Can you please cite your sources? I looked on ancestry and not everything lines up exactly right. For example, the public tree containing Nancy has her listed in a census after her death, and the marriage record is to another man. I think you're right, but I like to go back to source records before linking people.
|Kiansten||RE: Re: Erick Kangas|
Thank you for adding his Finnish name to the bio section. Immigration officials often mandated (or strongly suggested) a change of surname for immigrants of all different nationalities. You no doubt already know that, but what I have seen other people do FOR MEN is to put the original name in the "Maiden Name" part of the form. I'm not asking you to do this, but I believe the term "Maiden Name" is quite sexist and is more appropriately used in a general way for birth name, regarding of gender, for these types of cases. Just food for thought...
Added by Kiansten on Apr 01, 2017 6:12 PM
|Mamaisaacson||Adding a name of a living relative|
Hi, I'm sorry. I don't know how this site works. I just saw that her oldest son wasn't listed and thought it was an oversite.
How do you get your information? I was surprised
you had our Uncle on here so quickly. Are you a relative? Is there t place I can look to discover how this site works? I pulled up several of my family that had passed and none of them were listed but several of my husband's were.
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Transfer & thank you|
Thank you for your generosity in transferring:
Alexander Watt # 162592023
to my care.
With your help, I have successfully connected him with his parents, siblings, wife and three children.
As I receive more information, I will be adding to Our shared memorial.
With sincerest appreciation,
|Russ C||RE: Herbert Caywood|
Thank you. I did hunt for an obit but didn't yet find one in digitized papers. It does pay to cite sources when a person has lots of memorials!
Added by Russ C on Mar 17, 2017 12:17 PM
|Russ C||RE: Re: Herbert Caywood|
The level of detail--names of parents, death in logging camp, etc.--made me think the document was legit. Perhaps a the Oregon entry is due to a copy being filed to validate some title transfer to property there.
Added by Russ C on Mar 17, 2017 7:05 AM
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