|Dave Hamilton (#47204924)|
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I have been researching my tree for a few years now. I started by using other family trees and taking their information but I realized how inaccurate doing that can be.|
I have been getting a hold of other family members from all over the USA to find out what they know about their line and now I have been checking up a lot of graves for dates and locations. These records are set in stone I guess you could say.
Here are some family names I am researching:
Coyne, Crowley, O'Dell, Phlegar, Nunn, Breeding, Hurst, Walker, Johnson, Kibble, Cameron.
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|Mary Ann Weshinskey||family tree|
I finally got my genealogy info back on my computer and I was wondering if you would want the info I have about the Strongs. I would be glad to share.
|Mary Ann Weshinskey||Hi Cousin|
It is really nice to find a new cousin! No, I never met your grandfather. And if I ever met Ruth, I was too young to remember. My dad was Ruth's brother, so I must be quite a bit older than you. My email is email@example.com but I don't check it very often. Are you on Facebook?
|Mary Ann Weshinskey||photo|
Thanks so much for leaving the photo of my great grandparents, Sarah Donohue and James Richard Hill! Where did you find it? And are we related?
|BobBoston||Mary E Coyne Hamilton|
I see you changed Cemeteries And re-requested a photo. I have deleted the old photo.
Thank you so much for fulfilling my request at Elmwood cemetery.
What a beautiful monument they have!
Without you, I would never know!
Thanks again for the work you do.
Please go back on Find A Grave at Elmwood. One of the photos are showing up on my end. Even the photo of the cemetery is not showing. There must be something wrong at Find A Grave. Let me know what you see so I can report it.
|Kenneth Darby||Albrights at Elmwood|
Did you photo all the graves in that plot. I would love to see them on Finda a Grave. They are kin.
Thanks for the Siler grave photos at Elmwood Cemetery. I really appreciate it.
|Edward Farmer||RE: Distant Cousins|
Nice to meet you.
It looks like Samuel Boyd Kibble's father was J T Kibble memorial #72437862. JT's father was Benjamin B. Kibble #72437850. I have not been able to identify Benjamin's father.
Also, an Ingram brother and sister married a Kibble sister and brother.
Samuel Boyd Kibble's wife was Annie Lee Ingram who was a 1st cousin to my grandmother. Annie Lee Ingram's brother William Fred Ingram married Samuel Boyd Kibble's sister Louisa Kibble(#86036209). Was this your grandmother?
Thank you for all of the Alexander family grave photos that you added from Elmwood Cemetery. They are very much appreciated!
Added by Lanie on Jan 15, 2013 4:00 PM
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