|Gary & Nancy Glenn Clampitt (#47164411)|
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If we have created a memorial for a close relative or friend of yours we will be happy to transfer it to you. |
Family names are Fortenberry, Clampitt, Trimble, Mabry, Carter, Wilkerson, McFarland, Bell, Henderson, Glen, Glenn, Simril, Stanton, Boyd, Johnston, Neel, Spratt, McGee, Overby, Flippen, King, Ferguson, and Henry.
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Thank you so much. I will. God Bless Myra
Added by MyraGale on Feb 20, 2017 3:30 PM
I'm finally taking the time to find my dead relatives and complete my family tree. I am so intrigued by your reference on George Martin Looney that you got the information from Looney Family History in Roger Ar Library. What sort of family history is there? Thank you for all your work. God Bless Myra Looney
Added by MyraGale on Feb 14, 2017 9:18 PM
Gary, Thank you for your reply. After filling in a few blanks in my family tree, I found that your wife Nancy was a 4th cousin to my husband. And you are a 3rd cousin 1x removed to me. I just find that so interesting! Our children are therefore related to both you and your wife. Thank you for all the extensive and phenomenal work that you and your wife have done on Find A Grave. It is priceless. And my very heartfelt condolences to you; I was sad to learn that she had passed on. Thank you again, sincerely.
Added by Gypsy on Jan 16, 2017 10:32 PM
|Gypsy||Fortenberrry Overby connection|
My family is Fortenberry. My husband's direct lineage includes Overby. Sure got my attention when I realized I have several of your memorials included in my virtual cemeteries and I wonder where/if these 2 families connect. Very interesting!
Added by Gypsy on Jan 15, 2017 7:43 PM
|Sharon McCrary||Battle of Albany|
Could you please tell me the location of this Marker and of the grave of Anderson? I had heard the battle was near Odessa, MO but was unable to find the location/directions. Thank you!
|Brian||Hugh Henry Sr.|
My name is Brian Rick. I descend from Hugh Henry Sr.
I had read that it had been ruled out that Hugh Henry Sr. was not the son of Alexander Henry through DNA of Patrick Henry who was not considered the brother of Hugh Henry Sr.
Patrick Henry has been proven to be the son of Alexander Henry.
I don't have the documents to prove this and I don't dispute your findings, just wanted to let you know, Thanks for the memorial.
Added by Brian on Dec 01, 2016 2:00 PM
|Glenn Caldwell||John Rufus Caldwell/Sue Ferguson|
I'm Glenn Caldwell. According to the obituary of my grandfather (who died in 1927), Sue Ferguson and Dr. Henry Glenn helped raise John Rufus Caldwell (my grandfather). It states:
"He was reared by Mrs. Sue Ferguson and Dr. Henry Glenn of Bethel."
Do you have any history or documentation of this? I'm trying to dig up more information about my grandfather, John Rufus Caldwell.
Glenn Caldwell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Lewis Sullivan||Sgt.David S Mcgee|
Harriet Minerva Mcgee, My 2nd Great Grandmother Was Married to William Russell Sullivan. Her Mother was Nancy M. Jones Mcgee, Nancy was Married to Wiley Mcgee who I believe is the son of Sgt. David S Mcgee. So that would make Sgt. David S. Mcgee my 4th Great Grandfather.
|Nanci & David||Walter Demps and Nancy Weaver|
May I respectfully request a possible transfer of these two Walter 25632255 and Nancy 25632270? Walter Demps and Nancy are my daughter's 2great grandparents. We went out today to take pictures of these graves and Infant daughter of Audrey Weaver and Britton Baker at Rock Springs. Unfortunately from the time of your photos and ours, there is much difference in the stones. May we use your pictures in our family history? Pictorial history is as imp. to us as the written history. Thank you for your consideration.
|Larry Hagemann||Scrappy Lambert memorial page|
Thank you for the page for Scrappy. I enjoy his many recordings from that magical era of hot dance music. Youtube is great for hearing him again. What a great voice! Thank you!
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