|Sharon||Beverley Broaddus Scrivner|
Thanks so much for the photos!
Added by Sharon on Oct 03, 2016 9:38 PM
|Brianna Butler||Lawrence E. & Berniece R. Crain|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request so quick! Very much appreciated.
- Brianna Butler
|Linda Claxton 💕||Ruth Marguritte Phillips Ford|
Thank-you so very much for the great photo of her marker!
Maddie, Thank you for taking the time to photograph my Aunt Dorothy's gravestone. I never thought I would get a photo so quickly! I live in Iowa and know I will never get to Calif. to see her resting place. It brought tears to my eyes when I saw it because I think the photos make a memorial more complete and draw you closer to the relative. Again a big Thanks! Carol A Sansenbach
Thanks for the pictures of Effie May and John Robert Coffee
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||CPL George C. Ogilvie|
Maddy, Thanks so much for the beautiful photo on the above site for George. I have added his wife's site & put in a photo request. Would you please add your photo on this site. Thanks again, Richard
|Martin Thomas "MARTY"||RE: George & IdaMary McGregor|
That would be great.
Thank You very Much !!!!!!
|Elizabeth Williams Odom||William F. Buck Williams|
I believe we are cousins. Buck Williams is also my twice removed grandfather. His daughter, Leticia Josephine Williams was my great grandmother. Her son, William Canadus Williams, was my grandfather. My father was William Art Williams and he was one of seven children.
I saw your picture on Doug's page and had to do a double take. You look very much like my Aunt Bernice Williams Harwell who was my father's youngest sister.
I would very much like to compare notes with you.
Anne Williams Odom
|candaklo||RE: Mary Barbara Apel Hebel|
I. Think it's in my tree, which is public on ancestry.com. I'm not certain if she had 2 or 3 husbands. She had two sons when she married Gotthardt "George" Hebel. Her 1st and/or her 2nd husbands were killed in war. She and George had 4 children who lived to adulthood. A first cousin of mine had his yDNA tested. It was the same as George would have. G Haplogroup. I had a descendant of one of Mary Barbara' older sons yDNA tested. He was the j Haplogroup. This man was the end of his line of males. The other so has many male descendants, so don't know if he was tested. BTW this text is so small, I'm not sure if it's error free. Any way, go to my tree and you'll see what I have. Info is from many sources, but the good start was from a book compiled by Marie Hebel McBride about 25 years ago. There are no copies available except in a couple of places. Alice
Added by candaklo on Sep 18, 2015 4:07 PM
|Douglas Jackson||RE: William Floyd 'Buck' Williams|
Sure you can use anything there.
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