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|Marsha Moon (#47237456)|
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I began my family research project with my father 10 years ago. He was a marvelous oral historian. Yet, we recognized the two fires that destroyed his parents' homes had also taken the pictures and records. I began contacting extended families trying to collect photographs that were lost to us. I have met some marvelous individuals over time that have shared pictures and memories, and I am grateful. After the death of my dad, I decided to continue the project and to that end, I now work primarily on my family surname. But with the wealth of information I have amassed, I am contributing to this website so that others, just like us, will have a tangible piece of family history.|
If you find a memorial I have created for a member of your family, please request a transfer of management, I will be glad to do so. Should you see an error, need to link a family member, send me an edit request.
My purpose is to link the generations, not to create quantity, rather quality. My goal is to provide family history footprints......
With help from Find A Grave members & their contacts, I am now a member of the Daughter's of the American Revolution through my maternal grandmother, Leno Kathryn Williams Poland. Thank you all so very much, it is an honor working with so many dedicated individuals who volunteer their time and effort to those of us so far away.
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The state's official death index shows Bennie died in Davidson Co, TN, not Sumner, so I need to know the source of your information for b/d dates & locations. Thanks.
Added by OBXr on Aug 03, 2017 7:26 AM
|comer||RE: Betty Sue Marsh. #9973464|
She could be one of the 5 unknown listings in the record book.
Added by comer on Jul 15, 2017 6:27 PM
|John Fruehe||James W. Moon|
Saw your post. I'm an unconfirmed descendent of James My GGGrandmother S. Ellen Blue had a child with James in between his two marriages. That was passed down thru the family plus we met with Bob Harper, his grandson, who confirmed he knew my GGrandmother Lela Blue and understood her to be family. I'm wondering if any of the Moon / Harper have obtained AncestryDNA results whereby we could see if it shows a match with my Dad. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to discuss, share detail, or would like to help. John
|Doyle Sanders||Kentucky when it becamew a state|
Marsha, Kentucky became a state in 1792. My 5th G-Grandfather Samuels original marriage bond states he was married in Green County, Kentucky in 1793.-- Doyle Sanders
|Mark McCrady||Stella Ooley, Gross Cemetery|
I have notified the person that put her in Gross that she is not there. She died in Texas and is buried there. Here is the memorial number 138787819
Michael Rankins who put her up has a few up in Gross that aren't there, I have found them in other places, and I have notified him to delete them but haven't gotten a response from him. Perhaps he is inactive.
|Anon Genealogist||RE Donnie Davis|
I have had computer issues and I can't find the info on this memorial. Remind me please what you wanted changed and I will answer your question.
|Walter Chisholm||RE: Farmers Cemetery SE9, Simpson Co, KY|
I looked in the Simpson County Kentucky Cemeteries book and could not find a Crider or Grider cemetery. As far as I know that cemetery has always been called Farmer.
For more information, you might contact the...
Simpson County Historical Society
206 N. College St
Franklin KY 42134
Phone ~ 270-586-4228
email ` email@example.com
|David Tibbs||Harriette Ann Hendrick|
Thank you for giving her real death date. I did not change the death date on the page itself because that's what the headstone reads, but the correct date is noted giving you credit for it.
|Norma Herman||Evaline (Eva) Sanders Carter|
On the day that Alma died, her mother also died. When they buried them, they dug one hole and buried them side by side.
Alma is next to my sister, Judith, and her mother are on the right side of Alma.
My sisters name is Judith Ann Ooley, and when you look at her headstone, just to the right of her are their graves. The last time I was there Alma's stone was half buried in the dirt and all I had was a stick to dig with, it is there.
Norma Ooley Herman
|Carol Girvin||RE: Minerva Jane|
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