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|Ronald Sbertoli (#47617208)|
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My wife and I started in "Genealogy" because of her Grandfather -- Rev. Frank Judson Gilroy. He had written 2 books on the subject from his prospective as a Baptist Minister within Vermilion county Illinois for 70 years.|
We have since added over 1300 names to our "Family Tree" by going to them or locating them through the Internet. One of the main helps was finding this organization and are now working to help others discover their "Relatives" through it.
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|search forever||RE: Mary Williams.|
Thank you kindly for the speediest transfer ever on Find A Grave!
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|Kim Jensen ||Mark Mikel|
Hi. I'm new to this. I was wondering if you had any information or photos of Mark Mikel. My mother is Glesna Maxine Mikel, his youngest child. He was my grandfather and I never knew anything about him. Any info would be great! Thank you so much! Kim Jensen
|G M Rice||David Dickson|
Thanks for posting a photo of David Dickson's gravestone. In the 1860 census, one of my great grandfather's half brothers (Albro Wilson) was living with David Dickson and his family. Albro's parents both died while he was very young. Albro's Mother, Mary J. Wilson, is buried in the Lebanon Cemetery. I have not found his father, William or Albro. Since David Dickson is part of our family "mystery" I thought it would be nice to have a photo posted for him.
Added by G M Rice on Oct 05, 2011 9:17 PM