|Roxanne Busby (#46840950)|
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I've been working on my family's genealogy for many years....last names Sharpnack, Etherton, Morris, Clark, Felton, Ivey, Conklin, Busby, Cameron. I'd love to hear from anyone who has information about Manford Felton &/or his wife Jane.|
I think Albert L. Felton's real name was Adelbert Felton....anyone have info about that??? Thanks All!! Roxie
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|Luella Hinrichsen||RE: Edwin A Hall 64513313|
Roxanne, No relation, just doing what I can to help others find theirs! He deserves to have his memory honored, family can do that best! Luella
So glad that he's in great hands now :-)
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|Cara||Edwin H, Hall|
Roxanne, I am not showing that I have current ownership of Edwin H. Hall memorial. Go to the memorial and click on the edit tab and request a transfer that way. It will go to the right person and they will be more likely to respond. It ensures that your request is for the right memorial.
Added by Cara on Jun 28, 2014 2:54 PM
|Belford Carver||Macedonia/Liv Pr|
Go to USGENWEB LIVINGSTON PARISH to see listing of this cem in Albany area. Many unmarked graves. I took some pics which are posted on Fine A Grave. Her name not listed on either.
On Find A Grave, listed as Macedonia Baptist Church Cem.
The Macedonia in this parish is all white, located in Ponchatoula, La. Happy Hunting! and Happy New Year!!
I can't find a Manford in my family history but I do have some Alberts and Adelberts. Can you give me some dates for them or other family info?
|Kathy Veliz||Nelson Felton|
I understand that you submitted the picture of Nelson Felton Memorial # 65100519. Can you please tell me where you found that picture?
How are you related to the Felton's? My mom's maiden name is Felton.
Nelson Felton is my 2nd great granduncle. My line runs through Robert.
Kathy (Ferdon) Veliz
|DTQuester||RE: Eliza and Abner D Felton|
I have gladly transferred the Feltons to you! I have found several of my x-times great-grandparents on this site and in places I will probably never get to visit, so I understand how exciting it is. I love this site, especially, for that reason. There is something special about seeing the names of your ancestors on stones in a cemetery you had no idea where they were buried that is truly exciting. It is why I decided to contribute my time to adding to the site - to help pay back for all the great finds I have found on Find A Grave! Liz Wright (DTQuester)
|James Warters||Maude Jane Etherton Morris|
Thanks, Cousin - you are a very thoughtful person!