|Juliane Montgomery Burbach (#47282284)|
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I'm looking for someone to take over management of all my un-related people. I will be working on locating them all in the Un-Related virtual Cemetery. Please leave me a note and your member name and number if interested.
I created many African American memorials from death notices, death certificates and cemetery readings that were not being honored as they should be, I was hoping to find their families, as I have done extensive research on them.
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|Jacqueline Moyer||RE: Frederick Grass Lineage|
Thank you so much for checking. I really appreciate it! The search continues!
|Jacqueline Moyer||Frederick Grass Lineage|
I am an avid family history buff and am doing my genealogy. I am a descendant of Adaline J. Grass (married Richard Bolton) from Augusta County.
I think Adaline's father is John Grass, son of Frederick. Do you have any information on that line that may help me? I would be very grateful for any knowledge you can share.
|Susan Wooden||James H Boyle|
I found your page on James H. Boyle, my great-great grandfather, and noticed you reference the 1850 Census indication Iowa birthplaces.
If you look at many of the other entries on the Indiana portion of that Census, they all have "Ia" as the place of birth. It appears that the Censustaker was using "Ia" as the abbreviation for Indiana.
There were not any 2-letter state abbreviations at that time, and I'm not even sure that there were any "official" abbreviations. I know for a fact (as much as oral family history can be taken as fact) that this group of Boyles were never in Iowa.
|Melody ||Rev Frank thomas|
Hi, my name is melody and rev frank Thomas is my husband's great-grandfather. I looked for his father for years until I ran across your wonderful find a grave page. You did a wonderful job and I want to say thanks
Added by Melody on Jan 12, 2017 7:38 PM
|Carole Knoell||Josiah Earp|
Thanks Juliane, I wasn't sure if Josiah was one of your family members. Guess that makes us distant cousins. Keep me in mind if anything changes.
|Carole Knoell||Josiah Earp|
If you aren't related to Josiah Earp (67546557) my 5th great grandfather I would be honored if you transferred him over to me. My number is 47542564.
Thank you so much.
|Jeffrey Lee Overby Holliday||Memorials|
My name is Jeffrey Lee Overby Holliday (#47688994). I would be proud to take over any of the memorials that you have. I may not be kin to them ma'am, but I will not leave them to wind. Please let me know. Thank you, Jeffrey
|C. LATTA ||RE: HODGE FAMILIES/ YOU HAVE IN BATH COUNTY, VA AREAS|
NOT A PROBLEM.
I DID NOT REALIZE YOU ARE ALSO RELATED TO THE HODGE LINES AS I AM..
Added by C. LATTA on Dec 05, 2016 3:23 PM
|C. LATTA ||HODGE FAMILIES/ YOU HAVE IN BATH COUNTY, VA AREAS|
You and I have had previous contact concerning the "HODGE" familes in Bath County, VA.
I and related to them and their connections.
Mary Francis "Fanny" Bodkin married Isham Hodge.
Bath County 1856: Mary Francis "Fanny" Bodkin Hodge married William R. Kirkpatrick.
William R. Kirkpatrick was the s/o Benjamin & Virginia Kirkpatrick. He is named in his father's will as William R. W.( Will Books 5/6.)
Reuben's 1866 Bath marriage record lists his parents as Ice & Mary Hodge.
I read, at some point, you are lookn to turn your memorials over.
I you like, contact me.
C. LATTA (#47452786)
Added by C. LATTA on Dec 03, 2016 10:29 PM
|Peggy Batchelor||George William Montgomery|
Have you ever found a name for a father to George William Montgomery b. 1786? I would love to talk to you. If you have ever heard of James Montgomery as a brother to George, we definitely should talk. Thank you! Peggy
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