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|Genealogy Researcher (#46608380)|
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My name is Debbie, and I am a genealogy researcher, mom of 3, wife of 30 years, pet owner to 5 cats and 1 dog , gardener & crafter, and am a teacher to 3-5 year olds for that mighty paycheck. When I am not looking for my own family's records, I am out exploring small cemeteries and taking photos for those requesting cemetery photos close to me. During the summers I like to venture out and seek out stones and learn of the history that made me who I am. My favorite so far is Parke County, Indiana. I walked in the courthouse to find directions to a cemetery, and the clerk was a distant cousin!!! I also love to research Labette County KS for family tidbits. Family Surnames: DANIEL, POELMA, WATSON, HUFFMAN, SUMPTER, SUMTER, COOPER, COPPINGER, SAYLOR,BOWMAN among others.|
When weather is bad, or I don't want to leave home, I like to work on crafts, mainly sewing, crochet, or counted cross stitch. My current project is to the left of my bio.
I also encourage you to join a Facebook group I admin, called "Find A Grave Volunteers" (https://www.facebook.com/groups/459495604130542/).
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It looks like there was a bit of work to get the photo for Winnie. Your efforts are much appreciated. Rose
|Laura Purcell||Catherine Robbins Root|
Just wanted to say thanks so much for taking picture of Catherines Stone Marker.
|Donna B.||Thank you|
Thank you for accepting my recent edits.
Added by Donna B. on Jul 04, 2016 5:57 PM
|Brianna Butler||Loren Elwood Bowman #23975561|
Thank you for fulfilling my photo request for Loren Bowman.
- Brianna Butler
Thanks so much for the transfer for Elizabeth Stephens. It is much appreciated. Rose
|Jesse McWhirter||Archibald Marlin is he in your tree?|
Logan County Records
The indians, numbering 10,000 within a 200 mile radius of Nashborough,
continued firing upon the settlers causing numerous deaths and burning
their homesteads which made life very precarious on the Cumberland
frontier. A year after signing of the Comberland Compact, only about
one-forth of settlers remained. More than fifty had been killed and with
their crops destroyed, their cattle killed and their food and gunpowder
nearly depleted, the rest left for safer quarters in Kentucky.The following
court record in Logan Co. Ky., dated January 15, 1782,
The following court record in Logan Co., KY dated January 15, 1782,
states. "Elanor Potts, James Harbison, William Arnold, Elizabeth Loe,
James Little, Catherine White, Edron Angliin, Littlepage Proctor, WILLIAM
ROBERTSON, THOMAS FERRIER, Robert Mccain, Richard Perry, Jacob Castleman,
Benjamin Castleman, Abigail Johnson, Mary Collins, Mary Cates, Mary
McCormak, ARCHIBALD MARLIN, Thomas Hamilton, John Hamilton, John Robertson,
Michael Shaver, Isaac Trotter, GEORGE PIRTLE, WILLLIAM McWHIRTER, Jediah
Johnson, Robert Campbell, Edward Hall, Jonas Menefee, John Casinger, John
P.Carmichael, Richard Sinnet, Philip Panther, and James Dooley, proved to
the court that they were not able to purchase land at the State price and
have never possessed any in the county. Ordered that the Surveyor lay off
to each a quantity of land not exceeding 400 acres.
|Jill lionjillRust||RE: Milburn Rust|
|Tricia Tadlock Graham||Beulah Tadlock|
Hi Debbie, Can you please transfer Find A Grave Memorial# 63790071
She is my Aunt and oldest sister to my Dad, Charlie Tadlock, who is the eldest son of Jesse and Fern Tadlock.
Thank you for all your hard work on all of your research. It is so important. I would just like to transfer 21098561 to my ownership if you would as this is my father. He is currently living but soon will be losing him to cancer.
Debbie Glass Ernst
|Lynn ||Wooden Transfers|
Thanks for the transfers of my 3rd great grandparents, Harriet and William.
Added by Lynn on Mar 23, 2015 9:02 AM
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