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|Tim Connor (#47019535)|
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I don't own the rights to your families headstones so YOU MAY freely copy the pictures and put them on ancestry if you would like. Unlike some people I am not stingy. I am just trying to do a public service.|
People with this attitude really torque me they act like they are professionals.
Family photos MAY be to copied and posted to any other database or website without my permission. This includes Ancestry.com I would just like a little bi-line. This is true for everybody except for those that won't allow it.
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Thanks, Tim for sponsoring Grandma's memorial and for the info. you sent. I really appreciate it. Hope to get to see you in a few days.
Added by Newby_1 on Aug 07, 2016 11:49 PM
|Ruth Cook||Abner Lewis Ham|
Yes, I am researching Abner Lewis Ham and have found that the creator of this memorial have incorrectly the wrong cemetery listed for Abner. He is interned at Rose Hill Cemetery in Tulsa, OK. There is a correct memorial for Abner on "Find a Grave" listed A.L. Ham
The creator have disabled their messages so, I unable to contact them on this matter. If, you could remove your photo and add the correct one so, this would not confuse anybody that is new to genealogy. Thank you
|Tyler Morgan||Elizabeth McCullough Bland|
I noticed that you are the manager of the memorial page for Elizabeth McCullough Bland. I was doing some research for a friend and discovered this individual who I think may be related to me. Do you have any information on her parents?
The McCulloughs that I am descended from in Penn. are Samuel (1760-1847) and his son Samuel (1797-1861). I'd be happy to share information to see if there is a connection.
|Rosalie DeMartino||RE: DENHAM--COX--6/27/2014|
9/27/2015: Dear Tim: I'm wondering how you are related to HANNAH E. A. (DENHAM) COX? She was married to George W. Cox. Supposedly, Hannah was
born in Illinois, about 1828, to HEZEKIAH STOUT DENHAM, AND SPOUSE, WINNEY (LITTELL/LITTLE). I did find the COX family in Washington, Linn, Iowa, 1856.
Would you happen to know when and where George and Hannah got married?? Was it in Illinois, Iowa, or possibly in Ohio, where he was from?? I know I contacted you last 2014, about this family, but I'm not sure they are part of your family? Were you doing research for somebody else at that time? I live in Oregon so I have to depend on people who either live in the area that I am inquiring about, or are familiar with the family and their frequent moving locations. If you need some help in Salem, the Oregon state capital, I am a member of the local archives, and can do short research when I am in town. You can find me listed on FIND A GRAVE, under ROSALIE DEMATINO for five years and 12 days. thank you for your time;
|nancy snow west||Samuel Campbell|
Hi - on his page it indicates SAR marker & it should indicate DAR marker. Our Chapter placed close to 200 markers on Rev. War graves in the Rutland, VT area & he is one of the recipients. Nancy
|nancy snow west||#30751763 Samuel Campbell|
Hello Tim: I'm writing to respectfully as you to change the SAR to DAR marker on this page. The Rutland area DAR Chapter placed these markers in 1928-1929. The person who originally created this page used a source in a book written by someone else. I'm in the process of looking over the Rev. War materials & attempting to make changes. Thanks for YOUR anticipated help!! Nancy
I was glad to help!
|Gloria (Stanley) Thomason||Jimmy D. Coats|
I am the family owner and caretaker of Sandridge and I thought you might like the birth and death info for Jimmy Coats. DOB: 19 December 1952 and his date of death is 10 Aug 2008. If any of his family should happen to read this He needs a headstone placed immediately or other family members cannot be buried there. We have a strict rule about headstone placement within a year after burial.
Thanks Tim for letting me post this to you.
|Rosalie DeMartino||RE: DENHAM--COX--6/27/2014|
I DON'T UNDERSTAND YOUR MESSAGE???
I DON'T HAVE ONE, SORRY, DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE.
COULD YOU EXPLAIN FURTHER, TO SOLVE THE MYSTERY OF
MY ORIGINAL MESSAGE??
SUCH AS, ARE WE RELATED?
IF WE ARE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW THE CONNECTION, OR THE PERSON THAT GAVE YOU THE INFORMATION, OK??
I DON'T RECORD JUST ANYTHING WITHOUT SOME SORT OF VERIFICATION. ESPECIALLY IF WE MAKE AN ADDENDUM TO OUR BOOK IN 1987, AND I WISH TO INCLUDE ALL CORRECT
INFORMATION AND SOURCES. THANK YOU FOR A REPLY.
IF THE MATERIAL IS CONFIDENTIAL, SEND ME TO THE PROPER EMAIL, ADDRESS, OR PERSON WITH THE KNOWLEDGE.
I'LL BE WAITING FOR YOUR ANSWER. SINCERELY,
Can you give me a copy of the marriage certificate of HANNAH ELLA/ELLEN ANNIE DENHAM COX, b. ca. 1825--1828, Indiana?, Iowa?--died 9/July, 1865??
Could be she is our missing family sister.
Especially, if HEZEKIAH STOUT DENHAM, AND WINNY
(lITTLE/lITTELL) ARE HER PARENTS.
I have done two manuscripts that went into two books that were published.
There were seven children in their family, and she would be my great grandpa's older sister. I have spent since 1972 looking for her, and could never figure out why she couldn't be found. Do you have a reason, or story you can tell me?? Are we Native American Indian, Cherokee?, Melungeon? I have read all your family connections, and if we are related,
you may want to invest in our 300 page book that we wrote about Hezekiah and his descendants, WITHOUT,
his one daughter, plus the two volume set, 1,400 pages on the mother's side. ROSALIE DEMARTINO
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