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|I'm an amateur genealogist. I've started up where my Mother left off with the family history. I have most of my family trees posted on Ancestry.com and made many attachments to the OneWorld Family Tree. I've also posted some family trees on Genealogy.com and OneGreatFamily.com. All these are continually being updated with the information that I find.|
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|KarMic||Wiliam Wilson 30037351|
Currently doesn't seem to be a record for this grave. It's possible that the plot is located there or in the old Kit Cemetery adjacent to Oak Grove Memorial. Hope this helps.
Added by KarMic on May 11, 2017 12:25 PM
|Capt||RE: John Schooling 26527415|
I'm glad you found my note. It was a touching writeup if you want to incorporate the info into your memorial I'll remove my flower.
Added by Capt on Apr 28, 2017 12:07 PM
|Linda Vilbig||Julia mcdaniel mccommas yearby|
Hi and thank you for all that you do. Can you add the parents and siblings for Julia Lillian McDaniel Mccommas Yearby please. Her father is John McDaniel #27863983, her mother Harriet Rowe McDaniel #27863982, and two of her siblings, Minnie Nichols #28139186, and Emma Maples #27901797. Thanks. I live in the Tx hill country. If you need anything. 830-353-2299 Linda Vilbig
|Capt||John Schooling 26527415|
While looking for info on a distant ancestor who served in the 28th Iowa Volunteer Infantry,
(Henry W. Sailor) I ran across a posting of John Lewis Schooling letters to his wife Nancy. If you haven't seen it you'll want to check it out. They can be found here:
Added by Capt on Nov 29, 2016 12:59 AM
Fist thank you for putting all the information you have on the McComas line out their, I wish to discuss the children of Joel and Martha Broomfield, if we could, that is the line where I fit into the information you have shared. I would speak with you when you can on a phone of by mess, email@example.com or 479-738-7574,, thank you so much for all you have posted... Love digging in all the information.
|Sarah Armstrong||Sanford Jennings|
Sanford Jennings was the son of Nelson Jennings and his second wife, Melvina. He and daughter Louisa are listed as children by his second wife in his will.
|Stacy Galassini||Hey cuz|
Hi, I have been trying to get back into the Caddells and have hit the end with Baz. He is also my great great great great grandfather. His son Andrew Henderson was the father of my great grandmother, Lena Alice. Her daughter Ruth was my grandmother. I would be grateful if you have any other information.
|Sarah Garton||William Milton McCommas|
Obit seem to indicate that W. M. McCommas is
a son of John McCommas (1828-1909) instead of
a sibling. Please check your records. Thank!
|ruth ann||wrong cemetery|
Hi, I believe you have George Washington Dorsett, Susan Dorsett and Henry Dorsett in the wrong Cemetery. Look for Connerly Switch Cemetery, Lawrence County, Mitchell, Indiana. I am from Lawrence County, and believe that there is only one such named cemetery there. These three are listed in the other cemetery too. If you find that your entries have some info that are not listed on the other ones, you now can edit dates, names and etc.
Flora and Harley Terrell are not listed in the correct cemetery, so you could enter those in the correct cemetery.
Added by ruth ann on Jul 07, 2014 4:13 PM
|Cindy Mc||Anna Holley/Hawley Wormington (1806-1845)|
I have been trying to document Anna Olive Wormington nee Holley/Hawley who married on Nov 10, 1821 in Sumner Co., TN Asa Hassell Wormington, Sr.(1803 - 1875). Originally I thought Anna's maiden name "Holley" was just a different phonetic spelling of "Hawley" and thus used The Hawley Records to trace her heritage. However, the current day keeper of The Hawley Records, explained that the Anna O. Hawley who was born June 14, 1801 in East Bloomfield, Ontario, NY, was married to a different man (not Asa Wormington), and died at a young age (Jan 4, 1827) without any children. I then turned my research to East Bloomfield, Hartford Co., CT and discovered a very large Holley/Holly family. While I have not been able to identify Anna's parents, a local expert on the Holly family, sent some information on the extended family. Just wondering if your sources can spread any light on the family of origin of Anna O. Wormington nee Holley who was born c, 1805 in Bloomfield, Hartford Co.CT?
Thanks in advance,
Wormington, Asa H. married Holley, Anna O. 10 November 1821 Bondsman King, John J. Source: Marriage Records of Sumner, TN-now online through My Heritage.com 6/28/2012 Posted by Cindy McCabe
Added by Cindy Mc on May 12, 2014 11:39 AM
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