|Kevin O||DNA ancestry|
I am listed as "kevinosullivan2" on ancestry if you want to check to see if we are related...
Added by Kevin O on Oct 13, 2017 9:26 AM
|Kevin O||RE: Denis Flynn and wife Catherine|
My nephew just did it and he has shown me his report and I find it quite fascinating. He just sent in his father's (my brother) DNA and I will be the recipient of the report. I plan on connecting with those I don't know, so you could be hearing from me. I am not familiar with relatives from the Derrynane area. I am originally from Kenmare so if you have any questions of the area, let me know.
Added by Kevin O on Jul 29, 2017 5:19 AM
|Alma Sanford||Jacob Miller & Elizabeth Orndorff Miller|
I have just discovered the graves of my great-great grandparents Jacob Miller & Elizabeth Orndorff Miller are located in Old Red Oak Cemetery inLogan County, KY. I see you have a note requesting a picture of their tombstones.. I was born on Orndorff Mill Road in Logan County in what was formerly known as Red Oak (changed to Oakville, KY). I was looking through some of my Mother's Boyd family Bible records and found lots of records. I now live in Nashville, TN about 90 minutes from Logan County's Genealogical Archives and I often visit there to do research. I will travel out to the Old Red Oak Cemetery and take a picture of the graves of Jacob and Elizabeth as soon as I get a chance.
Jacob's father was Wendel Miller (f/n/a Johan Wendel Mueller) of Germany who came to Rowan County, N.C. My daughter visited his grave this week and sent pictures. John Miller was by Wendel's first wife who was a Blackfoot Indian. See Find A Grave #63318121 for more information. Note: The grave of the Indian common-law wife is lost although my daughter visited the site where the GPS location indicated it was located, along with the son whose birth 'killed' his mother Red Fern and both were buried in a common grave near a small stream in Rowan County, N.C.
I will find more about Elizabeth Orndorff Miller's family and get back to you. Alma Sanford Find A Grave #48481657
|kal239||Kilcullen's at Mount Olivet|
I just wanted to let you know that I took a quick spin through Mount Olivet this morning and didn't see anything as I drove around. We've still got some snow on the ground, and it is pretty cold, so this is going to involve some walking around. Happy to do a more thorough search on a day when the weather is more cooperative! -Kristen
Added by kal239 on Feb 06, 2015 9:28 AM
|Amy Waldron||Ennis Cemetery|
Hi Patty, I've been looking to fulfill photo requests near my location and came across this one from you. It only says "Unknown"; no name, dates, nothing. Do you have any more information on the person you're trying to find? I'll certainly help if I can. -- Amy W.
|Salty Antoni||RE: Gerhard family|
glad to help -- hope to find a few others !!
also check mail for plot info !!!
Tell me more about who you are looking for and maybe I can help?
Added by Ellajean on Sep 23, 2013 2:49 PM
I noticed you left flowers on Pleasant's grave. Are you related?
Added by Ellajean on Sep 23, 2013 3:20 AM
|Diane Pemerton Knight||Ufins Kissee Bolar|
I am not connected directly to this branch of Kissee, someone from that part of the Kissee family gave me the info that Ufins was a name for a female and that on the census of it being a son was a mistake, I don't know could not find any info myself on Ancestry.com and other sites about a Ufins Kissee Bolar. If you find anything please let me know. Diane Pemerton Knight, great granddaughter of Charlotte Temple Kissee Pemberton
I found three generations of John Kilcullens all buried together, the only one that dies in 1935 is patrick not any one of the johns, if you would like the pictures i took many, as well as another family of Patrick Kilcullen's in a separate section in cathedral cemetery.
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