|Kim Rice Luther (#1138726)|
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|Mandy Holverson||Hello Kim,|
Hi Kim, I am researching the Blair family tree, and would love to chat with you, as I believe I may have some interesting things to share with you. I have also reached out to you on Fb under my name, Mandy Holverson and you are also welcome to email me, Mandyholverson@gmail.com. Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Hi, I have a question regarding your uncle Ralph.
I am reading "Day of Infamy" by Walter Lord, in the back of the book are list of Pearl Harbor survivors he interview. And there is a man named Ralph F. Hinkle included who worked at the Navy Yard.
Was your uncle at Pearl Harbor?
|Nancy Click Banfield||Billy Ray Click's daughter|
Saw your message on Daddy's page. How did you know him or the Click family?
Nancy Click banfield
|Emily||RE: David Blair|
your welcome, I have pictures of all the stones in Golden Oaks, Rose Hill, & Bellefonte (greenup County). If you need anymore just request them, I watch those cemeteries closely.
Added by Emily on Apr 14, 2013 7:15 PM
|Brenda Hoffman||DEBBIE ALLEY|
I SAW YOUR MESSAGE ON DEBBIE'S SITE. DO YOU KNOW HER FAMILY? HOW ARE THEY DOING?
I LOVED DEBBIE AND WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW THE FAMILY IS DOING.
|John Luther||Re: Luther's|
My Luther's actually came from North Carolina, Arkansas, and Indiana, and Missouri. My 6th Great Grandfather John George Luther was the first relative in my family to settle in America in 1759.
|Kentucky Hill Hunter||RE: Alexander Rice|
Thank you for your message. About one year ago I documented the Whitaker grave at Bonanza in Floyd County. Caleb and Zella are buried in front of Caleb's parents, James and Rebecca Whitaker. I remember my grandmother telling me stories of Zella and Caleb. Zella passed away in July of 1924 from Nephritis, and Caleb never really recovered. He was kicked to death by his horse in December of the same year, leaving their children as orphans. His sister Clarinda raised the children and never married so she could care for them at the homestead. I also remember grandma telling me of a picture of their daughter Ethel, and her saying that she, "looked just like a movie star, and was the prettiest of all Zella's children."
I'm going to add my photographs for the Whitaker family cemetery soon, so you'll be able to find their graves.
|Kentucky Hill Hunter||Alexander Rice|
I came across your picture of Alexander Rice, who married Margaret Pace. Their daughter Zella married my great great uncle, Caleb Whitaker. Zella passed away fairly young, and Caleb was killed in a horse riding accident only a few months later. Caleb's sister, Clarinda raised his children following his death. Thank you for putting up the picture, and if you like, I'll send you a picture of Caleb and Zella's monument at Bonanza, Ky.
You are most welcome. Merry Christmas.
Added by JC on Dec 22, 2008 7:51 AM
|Mary Wiese||You are welcome|
It is difficult to lose someone you love anytime. But when your world quits moving around the holidays, it somehow seems even worse. Have a very Blessed Christmas.
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