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|JANET (Simmerman) BARNABY||RE: Martin V. DeWitt 37383531|
all I have to go on are "family trees"....what you do is up to you....you could always change it again later if it gets proven wrong, but I don't think that will happen
I saw your photo request for Child Raymond (127097477) - there is only one Raymond child - Charles Pratt Raymond (127097387).
|Anne Leyden||RE: Jane Mary Wood Johnston Michel|
Thank you very much for your excellent information about Jane/Mary's name variations. I try to use birth names in my genealogy database but can definitely see where on Find A Grave it would be best to use the name a person used in adulthood. - Anne
|25thgeneration||RE: Edward Allen|
Thanks for your reply. Although I've tried some of those searches, I haven't dug deep... I'll keep looking! If I ever find something it will be a real find! It's great so many people like you are sharing their work. em
|Jacki Bierma||Grace Kemp|
Although you stated no reply was needed, I just wanted you to know that the Hardin County deaths is the only project I am working on. Sometimes when I pull up the death certificates on FamilySearch.org, there are marriage records, often also listing full names so I might send that also (full names of parents).
Just wanted you to know where the edits are coming from.
|Kathy||James George Payne|
I have been researching Paynes (J.G.'s sister was my husband's ancestor) and I have been sent some photos from a distant relative, some not labeled. One appears to be James George Payne, but not the exact one posted on FindAGrave. Do you know where I might find the source of the one posted to compare? The eyes, moustache, shape of the face seem to match. Thank you for your work on FindAGrave!
Added by Kathy on Mar 11, 2017 3:30 PM
|25thgeneration||Edward Allen "Ned" Hannegan # 94258527|
I want to thank you so much for the detailed information you included in the biography of Edward A. Hannegan, who was killed by his friend Hains. EAH was my great uncle-- BROTHER to Duncan Hannegan, who was listed as his father in one of the articles you included. I'm assuming it was from a newspaper article- but I can't tell. It mentions telegrams.
Sellman Hannegan was Edward Hannegan's father.
All in all, the story is so sad and even though I have saved some newspaper articles myself, I don't think I'd seen such a description of the tragedy.
Sellman Hannegan was a son of Senator Edward Allen Hannegan and his wife was the daughter of Thomas Henry Nelson and Lizzie Key-- illustrious family with a good deal of tragedy (typical of the time). Yet, it can be VERY hard to find information about Hannegan family.
Again- thank you for the time you took to find and post this information. Emily
|N Aitken||William C Holden #131455232|
His father was working US Naval Observatory Wash DC
other children born DC in 1880 Census DC probable forn DC. Holden resigned his commission in the army in March, 1873,to accept appointment as professor of mathematics in the U. S.Navy, for service as astronomer in the U. S. Naval Observatory in Washing DC interesting family. Wife left returned home Missouri in 1880.
Added by N Aitken on Mar 11, 2017 11:47 AM
|Shamrocks||RE: James Gibbon Carter|
I wish I had a record of when the stone was placed, but I don't. The only thing I have is the Association of Graduates register which states that he died as a result of an accident on June 2, 1835. He was in the class of 1837.
|Patricia Kennedy Max||RE: Helen J. Stribling|
It's difficult to keep many of the Stribling men straight. I think there are a bizillion William Striblings! I have two Cornelius Striblings and 8 Cornelius K (Kincheloe) Striblings!
I'll do some more searching in the documentation I have, and let you know what I find. What is the source for the information that the remains were moved from Norfolk? I don't have it as a note in my data, and I think I would have added it if it was in Mary Frances' book. I'll also search all the Stribling email I saved from when the list was active on Rootsweb.
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