|Anne Agee (#47251005)|
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I have been doing genealogy research for the last thirty years. I have focused primarily on my family lines: Scrivener, Summers, Sasscer, Dent, and Weems, but I have done research on many many families in Southern Maryland.|
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|I See Dead People||RE: My mistake|
No problem, mistakes happen :-)
Thank you for the link for the Sheriff/Wilson
Your help is appreciated,
Added by Margaret on Apr 18, 2017 12:24 PM
|KE S Price||Seasons Greetings|
Merry Christmas to you, Anne. Thank you again for the many family memorials & photos at Baltimore Cemetery. It has been such a pleasure weaving together our lineage information. May your 2017 be richly blessed. Katherine
|Diane Smith||RE: Berry|
Sorry Anne for taking so long to respond. Thank you for all your help on the Berry side. My search continues. LOL. Have a Merry Christmas.
|KE S Price||Forsyth graves at Baltimore Cemetery|
Hi Anne, I just don't seem to know a word to describe your kindness and so I will say you are Heaven sent. I am forever grateful for the many brick walls of mine you have torn down. THANK YOU, ANNE!!! Katherine
|Stephanie ||Thomas J Paynter|
That would be fabulous if you would send me a copy! Thomas Jr is my 2x great grandfather. Charmedone969@aol.com I have several different names for Thomas Sr 's wife but I believe they are all for the same person.
|Stephanie ||Thomas James Paynter|
I was wondering where you got the info on Thomas James Paynter's Bio? I am guessing you are related to Levenia, by looking at your Bio. Trying to clear up some confusion about Thomas' wife.
|heather farrell||Effie Bernice Dunk Ewing Anderson|
Hello - You have added the only known photo of my fiance's grandmother's mother here. Is there a way for me to somehow get ahold of the image to print a copy for her? Thank you so much! Heather
When you recorded the record of Harris T Berry, did you see a record for an IDA, his wife
|Ann Ono Mouse||Louis Winkler|
I've sent a note via email with my email address to send newspaper articles that would be greatly appreciated and of deep interest.
Louis' wife moved to Montana and married a man with last name James and had a male child. Her daughter, who was in Montana with her, lived to age 18, married a few months and died of Spanish Influenza.
RE: Louis Winkler
I have a couple of newspaper stories about him. He apparently worked at the Bay View Asylum in Baltimore and left mysteriously around 1903, according to a story in the Baltimore Sun. Later he worked at a hospital in Cleveland and was mentioned in a newspaper story for saving patients from a fire. The 1910 Census shows him as divorced, but I haven't found any record of a divorce. I can send you copies of these stories if you haven't seen them.
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