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I have been interested in genealogy all my life, and have dedicated the past 15 years to research.|
If you have any additions or corrections for my memorials, please let me know. I would like my information to be as accurate, as possible.
If you would like to use my photos, feel free, but please drop me a note.
I am not here to manage the highest number of memorials, or to prove how much work I have done. I am here to work with a team, to reach a common goal. That goal is to research our heritage, and share it with everyone who is interested.
Thank you fellow genealogists!
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|Ann Thome||RE: Reese|
My pleasure, Kathie!
|Garry Boice||RE: Farley's|
Hope you are doing well in your recuperation.
Andrew and Sarah are my 5th great grandparents. I am descended from their daughter Mary Farley, who married Amos Hartshorn in Monroe County, Ohio. I have a book on the Farley family that says Andrew and Sarah are buried in the Southerland Church yard cemetery. I went there and looked for their stones, but did not find any stones with their names on them. I tried to contact the person that was supposed to have the cemetery records, but all I ever got was his answering service, and he would never call me back. So, after several attempts, I gave up on that idea. I was born in Monroe County, Ohio, and still have several relatives that live there. I can send you the Farley information from the book that I have and everything else that I have, if you would like. Just send me your personal email address. Mine is email@example.com.
I see that you have Andrew and Sarah Farley in the Sutherland Methodist Church Cemetery. I have been to that cemetery and searched for their stones, but did not find any, and I assume that you did not find any either. I tried to contact the church to see if they had any burial or death information on the Farley's, but I could never get anyone to respond to my requests. Do you happen to know anything about their burial there?
|Rhonda McFarland||John Allen|
Hi - John Allen FIG# 21529839 is my 4th great grandpa but we are unable to find who hes parents were. THe FIG post shows Benjamin and Margaret, do you have any source documents showing that? Or know where I can find something?
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Seems like there are a few sets of Allen's in Cocke County TN
Any help would be appreciated
|Joe||Photo request for Joseph Mitchell in Mt. Lebanon Cemetery|
I am sorry to advise you that there is no marker in Section 5, Lot 183 of the Mt. Lebanon Cemetery for Joseph Mitchell. Rather than simply reporting that there is no marker, I will use a photo that shows the empty space in Lot 183 to fulfill your photo request. There will be a descriptive caption with the photo (need to click on the photo to see the caption). If you are not satisfied with the photo, please let me know and I will remove it.
Added by Joe on Oct 19, 2016 8:50 AM
|Syd Gardner||RE: James Clemmons|
No, I have no known relationship to James Clemmons.
|DE Sundeen||RE: Uriah Karmany|
I'm not related Kathie, I just spend a lot of time researching Mankato families.
The book, Mankato - Its First Fifty Years, has a nice bio (written by the family) on US Karmany.
|Brian J. Ensley||RE: Ida Hill Anderson|
Always a pleasure!
|Jerry Coffman||RE: Putman|
I am not sure what you are talking about. I do not know anything about Putman that I know about or old age is really setting in. Please tell me where you got the info about me and the Putman named.
|Harriet W. Berry||RE: Almeda V Bass|
No, afraid not. I do live in the neighborhood, but went to high school in Lebanon, and most of the Vivretts were Mt Juliet folks. There are some buried in this same cemetery for whom I need to add photos. And there may be more of Almeda's family, too. Still have several more dozen photos and some memorials to add.
Anyone in particular that you're looking for, or just in general? Contributor "MN" (#46859205) is a native of the area, though, and could probably tell you about many of them.
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