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|Nancy MacDonald (#46946730)|
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October, 2007: I have been researching my family history for about two years. It started as a sort of curiosity and has grown into a passion. My grandmother believed that it was important to record events, save mementos and other documents, and write down memories and stories. She communicated that to me and I want to follow in her footsteps, to safeguard the legacy of those who have died. I hope to preserve the memory of my own ancestors and that of strangers alike, that no one be forgotten.|
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|Suzanne Sheaffer||RE: Clara Willaman Riehl|
Thanks for looking - she has been elusive! As I mentioned before, someone in my family had written down she was buried there (but her husband is buried in another cemetary). So far I have not been able to track her down in either place. I do have her photo album (which is really cool) but unfortunately she didn't label any of the photos. The only reason I know it is hers is she put her name on the front metal plate attached to the leather. Wish I had the names as there's about 50 photos in there. Thanks for your help. I'll keep on the hunt!
|Suzanne Sheaffer||Mudbrook Cemetary|
I saw that you posted a picture of Mudbrook Cemetary. One my relatives believes that our ancestor Clara Willaman Riehl (1856-1884) is buried there (but I can't find any records to confirm). Any chance you have access to records or could look and see if you can find her? Her husband was Jacob Riehl (1845-1927) who remarried and is buried at Canal Fulton Cemetary (Find a Grave #112190691)
|Heather Webb||re: George Washington Webb|
Hello. My name is Heather Webb. I live in Texas. Just wanted to let you know I am a descendant of George Washington Webb and Henrietta Jane Owens. They are my many times great grandparents. They emigrated to Texas and our family settled here, first in San Patricio county and then in Travis County, in Austin. I've done my genealogy, only back to George W Webb. I think his parents came from Scotland. Anyway, thanks for posting this picture, it was interesting!
|pat slaughter||george w. webb|
My name is Pat Slaughter. I found George Webb in the 1850 census in DeSoto County, Ms. I was wondering if George had any brothers and sisters and who were his parents?
|sjsa18||Henrietta Jane Owen Webb # 66559874|
Nancy, I was wondering where you got the photo of Henrietta? I have the same photo but someone has written Julia Ann Owen Carter on the back. Julia Ann was Henrietta's sister. In addition I have the same photo you put up for Henrietta's husband George but also with another name on the back, Columbus Owen, brother of Henrietta and Julia Ann.
I have always suspected that the names on the photos I possess were not correct.
Added by sjsa18 on Apr 19, 2016 1:38 PM
|Dean||RE: Eliza Blevins|
Nancy, I am glad to have been able to help. I found her death certificate on Ancestry. You may want to send a edit request to show she was born in Ireland and died in Petersburg, Virginia. You may also want to suggest that in the bio they add her father as Robert Blevins and mother as Ellen Clements Blevins.
Added by Dean on Nov 08, 2015 6:35 PM
|Bocephus||RE: George Wedge|
Glad to help out with your search. I also uploaded the pictures to George's parents )George and Elizabeth) as well as edited the links from him to his parents find a grave memorials. Hopefully the edits will come through in a couple of days.
Added by Bocephus on Oct 22, 2015 5:57 PM
|Duffie and Kathy||Fannie Pollard Tanner|
Fannie Pollard Tanner # http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=28273420
Are Dr Wade Hampton Pollard and Emily Francis Pollard her parents Thanks. D & K
|Susan Meyer||RE: Message on Ruth MacDonald's Memorial|
Ruth was my pal in Pioneer Girls. She also helped me plan my wedding to Jim Baez back in 1983. My parents were Bob and Nell Peters. Ruth and Mac used to pick me up and take me to Grace Church before I got a car. They were both very sweet to me and I will never forget them. I met you a few times when you'd come over to visit them on a Sunday.
|Marie and Bruce Newell||Greenlawn Cemetery, Uniontown, OH|
We respectfully request permission to use the entrance photo in our personal tree. Bruce has a cousin interred there and the photo will make a great addition to our tree.
Thanks for your consideration.
Marie and Bruce Newell
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