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Shana Greer (#46563085)
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Margaret Jenstad
Beriah Hoit
thank you for sharing that your ggggg-grandmother is Lucy Dudley Hoit, on her FindAGrave site. You must descend from her dau Rachel. I descend from Rachel's brother, Beriah. He's been tough to find. Do you know anything much of him? I do know he married Lois Ormsby, and some info states he had 12 daughters (oh, gosh). I'm just scurrying around for info on him, and any info on David Hoit, his father, in the Rev. War. Thank you. Margaret Jenstad
Added by Margaret Jenstad on Jan 28, 2017 8:24 PM
Irene (Johnston) Koshinsky
Walter and Kathryn
Shana am I correct that you are related to Walter and Kathryn. I may be able to help you with information. If you could email me at My grandparents were Walter and Kathryn. Thank you Irene
Added by Irene (Johnston) Koshinsk... on Sep 22, 2016 10:57 PM
Velma and infant Johnston
You submitted requests to link Velma #145362057 and infant #127699295 Johnston to parents Walter Johnston and Kathryn Johnson. These do not make sense.
Velma and infant's parents ARE Walter Johnston and Kathryn Thorne, but the Walter you requested is married to Elizabeth.
And the Kathryn Johnson [note no "T"] is married to Edmund.
That would mean Kathryn Thorne would have had to divorce Walter Johnston and marry Edmund Johnson??? Odd coincidence.

Please send further information/evidence.
Added by Me on Sep 22, 2016 8:48 AM
Barbara Wolf
Kendricks in Lindenwood
In Section , Lot 110, there are 6 tombstones. Three are easily read; William, Harriet and Susie. The other three are not. The first one looks like it could be Louise and the year is 1899, an infant. The second one might be it but I'm just not sure I can see a date which looks like March and the third one is really unreadable but that may be Hattie. It looks like there is a letter H. Do you want me to add the photo and maybe you can make out more? Please let me know what you think.
Added by Barbara Wolf on Sep 21, 2016 9:23 PM
Kathrine Mcmahon
RE: Cemetery Inscriptions
Slowly downloading now, and THANKS a bunch!
Added by Kathrine Mcmahon on Aug 28, 2016 10:38 AM
Kathrine Mcmahon
RE: Aaron Baer
No, I have not heard of such a book, so would appreciate a link that you could provide. Many rhanks, Shana!
Added by Kathrine Mcmahon on Aug 28, 2016 7:14 AM
Kathrine Mcmahon
RE: Aaron Baer
Thank you for the reply! Any Baer, Bar, Barr, Bahr, and Bear relatives would probably be there, but not sure if other head stones are legible...
Added by Kathrine Mcmahon on Aug 23, 2016 9:25 AM
Kathrine Mcmahon
Aaron Baer

My family was so excited to get your photo. We cannot thank you enough. It really means the world to us!
Added by Kathrine Mcmahon on Aug 22, 2016 5:46 AM
Mike Grierson
RE: Grier/Greer/Grierson

I have sent you a document by email relating to the Lag Charters. It refers to a document in 1418 that bears reference to Gilbert as son of Duncan.

Posibilities for the origin of the name are varied, Gilbert was related to John McRath (Lord of Laught) and Gilbert was Lord of Arde, a Bailee or Sheriff. The Latin name for Sheriff is Gerefa so Geresoune could have been son of the bailee. The Griersons appear to have been Irish Amuligans who controlled SW Scotland at that time, the sons of Molegan ap Molegan. DNA has shown the nearest comon ancestor with MacGregors to have been about 2300 years ago, discounting any Scottish connection.


Added by Mike Grierson on Feb 13, 2016 7:29 AM
bill preston
RE: John Bloom
Shana: Your very welcome. My way of giving thanks to those who served. Bill Preston
Added by bill preston on Nov 27, 2015 8:13 PM
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