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|Teresa Calley (#46929324)|
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"If tears could build a stairway,|
and memories a lane.
I would walk right up to Heaven
and bring you back again."
I live in central Texas. My main hobbies are genealogy and reading. Please don't use my pictures without giving me credit. I'd appreciate it if you'd ask first. Thanks.
Two ways to contact me:
Click on the "Leave Public Message"
Click on the "Edit" tab from one of my
memorials and then click on
"Suggest a correction or
provide additional information."
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|Annette Stone-Kerr||RE: James Blakely Calley|
thanks for info. Please reach out to me at email@example.com. I have more info on her if you would like, and possibly I have found child by Calley and Toombs! I am also connected not only to Evie, but to Betty Gassiott from San Angelo. Would like to communicate with you if you have more info on Evie's other children. Cannot locate one of them, believe he might have passed but cannot confirm. Thank you so much, Annette Kerr, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Annette Stone-Kerr||James Blakely Calley|
Teresa, just touching base on Mr Calley, my connection is with one of his grand daughters, Juanita daughter of Evie. In doing my research the location of his 2nd wife Toombs was in Ca My question is do you really think he had 2 children by this wife? It looks to me she only had children by her 1st marriage and then several by Darling(3) after Mr Calley. It appears she was married to Toombs 1876-1883, and then (3) Darling in 1895. And Calley married Lora Mink his 3rd, around 1898/1899 Can you help me on this mystery?
|Annette Stone-Kerr||RE: Virginia Ida Skinner Calley|
thank you so much for the reconsideration.
|Rob5380||RE: Steve Boultinghouse|
Added by Rob5380 on Aug 05, 2017 3:52 AM
|Backward Glance||Emma Barker Whittington|
Thank you for the work you do here. In continuing my genealogy research for the Barker family (my great-grandmother was Alice Barker Graham Server, eldest sister of Emma (Emely) Barker who married Isaac Whittington) I was pleased to find your picture of Emma and Isaac's marker. I would like to ask your permission to use the marker photo please. Of course I would give you photo credit. Thank you for your consideration. I have a wonderful Barker photo of five of the seven Barker siblings, which includes Emma. It was sent to me courtesy of Ernie Bryant, a descendant of Jennie Barker who married a Bryant. I would be happy to send you a jpg of this picture if you do not already have it.
Thank you. Jacqueline Hill Denning (BackwardGlance) on Find-A-Grave.
|Charles||Jessie Bass Burgess|
He was probably born in Colorado County where the family lived before they moved to Milam.
Added by Charles on Apr 08, 2017 7:37 AM
|Charles||RE: Jessie Bass Burgess|
I don't remember that edit. Jesse was in fact born in Cherokee County Alabama to King and Martha Bass Burgess. He is there in 1850 but in Texas in 1860.
Added by Charles on Apr 07, 2017 10:45 AM
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|David Hopper||RE: Luzviminda C Sedonio|
I appreciate your help in transcribing photos. I have no idea how you remembered the second name on the photo. When I hit the Submit button too soon, (and I have several times) I do not remember the name that I was transcribing, so there is no way to go back and add the second (or third) memorial.
I have added a memorial for Gerardo Sedonio. Thanks for remembering.
My wife and I are serving an 18 month mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) in the Philippines. We have formed a little team of 6-8 people and we have now taken over 40,000 photos of markers in about 20 Filipino cemeteries.
We live in a suburb of Salt Lake City and will return home in April, so we are in our last three months. I noticed that you are involved in genealogy as a hobby. When I get home, I will spend time in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. I may be able to look at a microfilm for you if the need arises. You are welcome to keep in touch.
Thanks again for your help.
Elder David Hopper
Cottonwood Heights, Utah
|Crystal Jarrett Inman||RE: Wade Hampton Robbins|
It is obvious that we are not talking about the same person.
Thanks for your input.
Crystal Jarrett Inman
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