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AmyKimSto (#47335628)
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Bio Photo Have been doing genealogy work since about 2002.
Any corrections or information are more than welcome.
I am more than willing to transfer any memorials to which I have no connection. Anyone is free to download any photos that I have uploaded and use them as they please. (I assume that most of us are here to assist others when in need.)
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DKF
RE: Augustine Smith/OH
Hi,

You are very welcome. As I recall, this stone was actually face down on the ground and we managed to turn it over with some effort, which is why it had not been previously photographed.

Regards,

DKF
Added by DKF on May 31, 2017 9:42 AM
Susan
RE: Fred J. Smith
I doubt if we are related, although anything is possible. My father was born in Wheeling and had one sister who never married. Their grandparents were from England, and I don't recall anyone by the name of Fred on that side of the family. God bless!
Added by Susan on Mar 21, 2017 5:40 PM
Ann Curfew-Eagar
RE: William Frampton/Philly
Thanks for your message, yes I have an Ancestry membership. I'll look and see what you have posted. I have, in the past, been working with another distant cousin who lives in The Netherlands on finding documentation on his parents, and have transcribed wills where William Frampton is mentioned from the 1657 & 1676 with no luck found in those two documents. I plan on reopening some communication with her and will post it on Ancestry when I find some information.
Added by Ann Curfew-Eagar on Dec 26, 2016 7:19 PM
Ann Curfew-Eagar
RE: William Frampton/Philly
Thank you for posting that information on William Frampton's death and burial. I also have been to the site on Arch Street, it is an amazing feeling to know the area he was buried in. I did not receive any reason for his death, so your telling me about the epidemic is very much appreciated. Google lists a yellow fever epidemic in 1793, but nothing in 1686. Maybe there are no records found on that one. I have worked extensively on finding his parents, and as of Dec 14, 2016 have not found proof. Thanks again.
Added by Ann Curfew-Eagar on Dec 14, 2016 6:05 PM
Vickey
RE: Memorial# 103335345
Hugh Franklin Smith was one of Willie Mae Johnson White's husbands. She had several sons by him.
Added by Vickey on Aug 31, 2016 10:58 AM
Nelson Smith
RE: re: Rev Guy Smith
I saw your message on Stella's message board on the memorial for Rev Guy Smith. I was looking for any others who might be doing research on our ancestor. I have been to the plantation site of Rev Guy's grandson, John Smith, Jr., in Pittsylvania County, VA looking for his grave site as well (no luck so far). We do have a copy of John, Jr.'s marriage certificate. Which of Rev Guy's children is your lineage? I found a distant cousin in Seattle who descended from another of John, Sr's sons from his 1st wife, Anne Bowker Smith.
Added by Nelson Smith on Aug 26, 2016 6:09 AM
Nelson Smith
re: Rev Guy Smith
Amy, Rev Guy is my 7th great-grandfather via his son, John's, line. Since I live in the Tidewater area of VA, I have visited Abingdon Parish Church(now Episcopal) on several occasions in search of his grave along with the grave of his daughter-in-law, Anne Bowker Smith (John's 1st wife). They are buried somewhere within the enclosed wall surrounding the current church. On my last trip there, the church secretary showed me a grid map of that part of the cemetery that someone tried to identify all those buried there. I'm going to go back and look at the map again to see if I can get my bearings on a possible gravesite The church records kept at a parish member were burned in a fire in the early.
Added by Nelson Smith on Aug 25, 2016 5:14 PM
C Bruce
RE: LawCo pics
I will keep your Proctorville request in mind. I get up there once or twice a year. I'll also check with Briggs Library, they have some maps of area cemeteries. Just an FYI, if you don't know already, Briggs has a genealogy section on their website with lots of info. Several volunteers are going thru old courthouse records and scanning them into the system.
Added by C Bruce on Aug 10, 2016 6:33 AM
C Bruce
RE: Pictures in LawCo.
Yes, feel free to use them. If you come to one that isn't very good, let me know, I'll take another. Sometimes the weather just doesn't cooperate.
Carol
Added by C Bruce on Aug 07, 2016 12:06 PM
Lara
Photos
Of course you can use any photos I added.
If you need me to help with any of your other family members in my area, just let me know.
Lara
Added by Lara on Feb 10, 2016 4:08 AM
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