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Ann Parkinson (#45284853)
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Bio Photo "She is insane, of course. The family history has become a mania for her."
~~Hercule Poirot

Family Historian for Bassett, Blitch, Bruce, Burgsteiner, Crawford, Gibson, Haupt, Lanier, Nance, Parker, Parkinson, Parrish, Sanders/Saunders, Starkweather, Wilson, Wolfe and allied families. I have been actively researching for over 26 years and am a 4th Generation Floridian. I am a...
"Genealogy Detective on the Loose!"

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Wadene Welch
RE: Stephen Miller
Hi Ann,
Stephen's mother, Nancy Jerusha Beard, was my great grand aunt.
Did Stephen have a sister named Hattie?
I look forward to hearing from you.
Wadene
Augusta, GA
Added by Wadene Welch on May 25, 2017 11:15 AM
Floyd Lanny Martin
RE: Elvira de Pieri
I think I got it from a on line funeral home site. 1li will check tomorrow on my computer. Cell phones are not my forte.
Added by Floyd Lanny Martin on May 22, 2017 8:37 PM
Floyd Lanny Martin
RE: Elvira de Pieri
It is all about the family and friends. More than happy to be able to help.
Added by Floyd Lanny Martin on May 22, 2017 4:36 PM
Tony Middleton
Estella Y Mizell
I went over to Riverside Memorial and was escorted to her grave by a cemetery office worker who confirmed that it was Estella's grave. I posted a photo of the spot including a view of her husband's marker on the left. Estella has no marker. How sad. I HATE un-marked graves!
Added by Tony Middleton on May 12, 2017 12:49 PM
NEVER EVER FORGET......
RE: Naomi and Horace
You are so so welcome......always looking to fill in someone's missing pieces in.....and hoping that my family pieces will be filled in at one time....
Added by NEVER EVER FORGET...... on May 06, 2017 7:41 AM
Flo LaDuke Richards
Bessie LaDuke
Dear Ann,

I got your email and saw it on my phone and must've somehow deleted it. I don't know how. It disappeared. Would you mind resending it so I can reply? I don't have a lot more info but did want to reply there more than here.

And -- I guess hitting that 'enter' button to space doesn't work. If you know how to delete my empty comment, I wouldn't mind.

Thanks!

Flo LaDuke Richards
Added by Flo LaDuke Richards on May 03, 2017 9:50 AM
Flo LaDuke Richards
Bessie LaDuke
Dear Ann,

I saw where you had Bessie LaDuke transferred to you because you're her great-niece. She was my step-grandma and the only one I ever knew on my dad's side. I was named for my grandma, Florence LaDuke, but she'd died six years before I was born. Grandma Bessie was very kind but I only got to know her the last ten years of her life. We WERE all together for that adventure to California from Minnesota in the 1960s, though -- we lived seven miles from her while out there! My family was my parents along with my twin brother and I at about 16 months (we went out in 1963). My dad had one brother with 7 kids (they added an 8th out there). My grandpa and his wife, Grandma Bessie, came. My aunt's (my dad's sil) family came including HER parents (mom and step-dad). Most eventually made it back to MN -- my uncle's family via Arkansas for several years and they left kids in CA, NV, AR, KY, UT and the youngest two in MN.

I just thought it'd be fun to share her with you! And I thoroughly enjoyed learning more about her earlier life!

Thanks, again!

Flo LaDuke Richards
Added by Flo LaDuke Richards on May 01, 2017 11:03 PM
Wanda
Sallie Goodson # 148332802
Great Saltkehatchie Cemetery, Ulmer, SC.
This is my great-grandmother and her name is Sarah McMillan Goodson. She and George W. Goodson had one child together, my grandmother, and she told me herself that her mother was a McMillan. My grandmother's obituary, which was written by her children in 1995, states she was a daughter of Sarah McMillan Goodson. Also, on my grandmother's Delayed Birth Certificate Application dated September 14, 1956, she documents that her mother's maiden name was Sarah B. McMillan.

I respect the wonderful research of Sybile Pierce, but Sallie Goodson's maiden name was not Rhoad. Thanks. - Wanda
Added by Wanda on May 01, 2017 9:52 PM
Kitty Martin Rodman
RE: Patsy Martin
My mother was buried at Rosewood Funeral Home and Cemetery in Humble, Harris County, Texas, with my father Toby Lewis Martin.
I will notify you if I think of anything else.
Thanks Ann,

Kitty
Added by Kitty Martin Rodman on May 01, 2017 8:31 PM
jaeren
RE: Nancy Williams Parrish Peeples
Dear Ann,

Lovely to hear from you. What a puzzle you have. We know that Absolom and Nancy (William) Parrish had three surviving children. Only two are identified so there is a third that might be Hiram. They married in 1811 so undoubtedly had more children that didn't survive. As he's born in 1819, Hiram fits. I have found, in all my reading and researching, no mention of Hiram with parents identified in any publication. I suspect that your best option is a DNA test with the known descendants of Griffin and the other boy, can't remember his name...
I will keep Hiram in mind as I continue my work with the family and will definitely let you know if I find anything, but I think you have already done exhaustive research yourself...
keep in touch,
your probable "cousinette" jaeren
Added by jaeren on Apr 25, 2017 9:42 PM
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