|Lynette Wilson Dick (#46890012)|
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Researching for 30 years:|
Paternal: Wilson, Baker, Heath and Ailor families from Union and Campbell County, Tennessee.
Wright and Robinson families from Lincolnshire, England to Chicago, Illinois.
Ketchum, Whitney, Randall and Palmer families back to the 1600s in New England.
Maternal: Foley and Gore families in Grant County, Wisconsin.
Kinder, Ward and Churchill families in Crawford County, Wisconsin.
Spouses: Dick and McGibbon families from Ireland and New Brunswick, Canada, and Spokane, Washington area.
Carpenter, Neal, Jordan and Fink from Crawford County, Iowa.
I would be glad to share any family record. I give permission for use of any findagrave photos I have taken.(you might give me credit in your source references)
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Hi Lynette, I see that you are the great-granddaughter of Effie Cook Kinder. She was the first wife of my Great Aunt Frances Ward Kinder's son, Alonzo Kinder. She was a sibling to my grandfather Alonzo John Ward,, Jr., my father was Clarence Ward her nephew and a first cousin to Alonzo Kinder.
I'm not sure how you come into the picture as I don't know who your parents are,your grandparents, etc.
Thank you for giving permission to use pictures or info from the Find a Grave program I was wondering if you had any photos of your Kinder relatives, if you have added pictures to all of them or especially Alonzo's line. I would appreciate any of them that you can share. Thank you, Jeanette Ward
|Katherine Howry||RE: Robert Byrd Wilson|
Thank you so much, Lynette. I will be happy to do that. Do you know why the children seem to have been raised by relatives? Was there a breakup of the marriage to Maggie Stooksbury? She has Located a Bible. We are hoping there will be more info in the Bible. Again, thank you so much.
|Katherine Howry||Robert Byrd Wilson|
I am helping Caren Kirby do research on her family. Robert Byrd Wilson was her grandfather. Her father was John R. Wilson. She has never known much about Robert Byrd so was pleased when we found his stone. She is wondering if he actually has a stone and if so, if it has his dates on it, and would appreciate it if you could post a picture on Find A Grave.
Thank you very much,
Katherine Howry Ada, OK
|Karen Wilson Carver||Nancy Wilson|
My name is Karen Wilson Carver. Nancy is my 3rd G Grandmother. My line is through Jesse Wilson. His son, Alvis, is my G Grandfather.
Extensive research has been done by my family here in Tennessee and in Texas. My Father, Alvis Elmer Wilson, and his siblings were always told Nancy was never married.
My cousin and I have been trying to find out information about Nancy and especially who her parents might been.
Could you please share any information about Nancy's marriage?
Sorry, Lynnette! I asked for a transfer, not noticing it was you! Feel free to disregard my transfer request.
Added by RMunns on Dec 21, 2015 4:10 PM
|C. Sommer||Nancy Wilson 1790-1865|
She is my 4th great grandmother. Do you have any further information on her like maiden name, her parents' names, etc.?
Links and edits made. Thanks so much for sending the information. I do appreciate it!
|Jeannie Scarber||Hubert Whitney Ketchum|
Do you know more about Hubert's military record?
Find A Grave Memorial# 33309936
|Scott Baumann||RE: Photo of Lois Whitney headstone|
You are very welcome. Let me know if I can be of further assistance to you.
|Julie Albertson||Nancy Wilson|
Hi. Nancy Wilson is my 3rd Great Grandmother.
I'm her son Lewis's great granddaughter. I was wondering if you had any info on Nancy's husband, Thomas? Do you know where he is buried?
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