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|Ann Parkinson (#45284853)|
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"She is insane, of course. The family history has become a mania for her."|
Family Historian for Bassett, Blitch, Brant, Bruce, Burgsteiner, Crawford, Gibson, Haupt, Lanier, Nance, Parker, Parkinson, Parrish, Sanders/Saunders, Starkweather, Wilson, Wolfe and allied families. I have been actively researching for over 26 years and am a 4th Generation Floridian. I am a...
"Genealogy Detective on the Loose!"
Vice-President, Atascocita-Kingwood Genealogical Society
Member, Daughters of the American Revolution
Member, United Daughters of the Confederacy
Member, National Society of Southern Dames
Member, Florida State Genealogical Society
Member, Southern Genealogists' Exchange Society
"I like history, archives, art galleries and parks.
Cemeteries are all of the above."
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|Alton & Loudonia||Hubert Carr|
You Wrote: Pops...duplicate! Please move your excellent photo to my memorial before you remove yours. Thank! I have searched for a duplicate and cannot find. Need more info?
|GMG||Brown Grier Parkinson, Jr.|
I have contacted "edit" Find-a-Grave and asked if they would consider combining the two memorials. The older memorial did not have first, middle names; nor full birth date (just year) & no death date. All that was added after Sonia posted the tombstone.
Thanks for calling my attention to the duplicate created ~ with appreciation, George Gaston
Added by GMG on Sep 25, 2017 10:33 AM
|Wimsang||Breland's at St John|
I had a heck of a time with the Breland's and Breeland's at St. Johns Baptist. I declined the edit because this is one that I had problems with. The parents spell their name with 2 e's. That is why I spelled Ennis's last name the way I did. I will attach a note to his memorial explaining this. If you will notice on his memorial all the links to family spell their last names with 2 e's. thanks for calling this to my attention. Wimsang
Added by Wimsang on Sep 24, 2017 3:45 PM
|eeazye||RE: Estelle Blanch Rhodes Cogswell|
The 1860 United States Federal Census lists her the daughter of John H & Julia Ann Rhodes & that she was 12 years old which would put her birth year as 1848, place of birth Florida.
And yes, I found the information from several other trees in ancestry. If & when I have proof I will contact you.
Added by eeazye on Sep 17, 2017 11:57 AM
|eeazye||RE: Estelle Blanch Rhodes Cogswell|
Estelle Blanch Rhodes Cogswell
May I ask how you know her birth date and place? And do you have additional information? She is part of my Rhodes group!
I have been tracing my family tree for some 40+ years using ancestry.com & recently downloaded my family tree from ancestry to myheritage.com. Anyway, on my mother, Jeanne Mae Cowell’s side of my family tree here is how I am related to William Thomas Cogswell…
-Estelle Blanch Rhodes (1848 - )
wife of 3rd cousin 3x removed
-William Thomas Cogswell (1835 - 1918)
husband of Estelle Blanch Rhodes
-Charles John Cogswell (1800 - 1873)
father of William Thomas Cogswell
-Judith Cogswell (1783 - 1863)
mother of Charles John Cogswell
I hope that I have provided you with the information you were looking for.
-Abiah Moody (1763 - 1813)
mother of Judith Cogswell
-Abigail Peaslee (1743 - 1825)
mother of Abiah Moody
-Moses Moody (1765 - 1833)
son of Abigail Peaslee
-Elmira or Almira Moody (1802 - 1856)
daughter of Moses Moody
-Mortimer Lafayette Packer Sr (1842 - 1905)
son of Elmira or Almira Moody
-Maude Gertrude Packer (1880 - 1947)
daughter of Mortimer Lafayette Packer Sr
-William Edward Cowell Sr (1901 - 1966)
son of Maude Gertrude Packer
-Jeanne Mae Cowell (1926 - 1986)
daughter of William Edward Cowell Sr
Estelle Blanch Rhodes Cogswell was William Thomas Cogswell 2nd wife marrying in Leon, Florida on 24 Dec 1866. I know they had 3 children…
1. Charles Francis born on 16 Nov 1867 in Tallahassee, Leon, Florida. He married Theodora "Theo" Moore Wilson on 26 Jun 1901 & had 3 children.
2. Julia Almeda "Allie" Cogswell born 15 Mar 1869 in Tallahassee, Leon, Florida, USA. She married Franklin "Frank"Cyrus Buckley on 24 Sep 1891. They had 7 children.
3. John Alfred "Blanche" Cogswell born on 16 Nov 1872 in Tallahassee, Leon, Florida. L Rosa Moody on 3 Dec 1899. They had 1 child.
I hop that I have provided you with the information you were looking for.
Added by eeazye on Sep 15, 2017 11:23 AM
|Silas Douglas||RE: Eugene Thomas|
I apologize. I am wrong. The Eugene Thomas that is kin to my wife I found him alive in Wiliston, SC.His father is Leon James Thomas. I found his brother, Harold Thomas's obit, dated 2007, on find the grave and it list him in Wiliston, SC. Again I jump the gun. Sorry for any inconvenience.
|Silas Douglas||Eugene Thomas|
I was wondering if you know if this Eugene Thomas is the son of Leon James Thomas and Mamie Thomas? My wife has a picture and on the back it says "Eugene Thomas Aunt Mamie's son and Leon Thomas's ( my wife's grandfather, Harvey English Thomas's brother) son. This picture of Eugene Thomas, he has on a Navy Uniform, looks like WW2. I would like to place it on his memorial. What do you think? His father, Leon James Thomas is buried in the Holton Church Cemetery in Bacon County, GA. I have his memorial on Find a Grave. If you think this could be you can link him to his father and I could place his picture there.
|Wimsang||RE: Divers Pond Cemetery|
Thank you so much. I look forward to hearing from you. All is well with the storm. Wimsang
Added by Wimsang on Sep 11, 2017 6:23 AM
|Arkansas Vaughn||Zula Simpson|
Hello from Arkansas. We have a duplicate listing of Zula Simpson at Johnston Cemetery near Reyno Arkansas. Thank you for your great work
|L Haskell||RE: Possible Grave Photo|
Ann, I don't remember if I replied to your last message or not?? the lady who was seeking the information the Beheler relative must have found what she needed. She was trying to prove her line for membership on the United Daughters of the Confederacy and she was successful in finding the information she needed. I really do NOT know the exact name/spelling of the one she needed and found. Several of us were trying to help her in different directions. She doesn't have a computer or internet service in the farming area where she lives. But thank you for trying to help!!!! She is very happy now!! Linda Haskell
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