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|Kimberly Myers||RE: Charles Myers|
Oh ok, thank you and nice to meet you. Thank you for creating this page to begin with. Are you on his father's side or mother's side?
|Kimberly Myers||Charles Nathan Myers|
I am Charles' wife, Kimberly. There is some information missing on his page. I would like to update this and although I have tried, I don't believe I have access to. Would you be able to help since you created this page?
|Carrie M||RE: Reiners|
Thanks, but I'm not really related. I go on tangents for a good mystery. Thank you though.
Added by Carrie M on Mar 10, 2017 11:00 PM
I shall do Just that. Mostly I am searching
for The Brown's and Miller's They began there
treck fro Botetourt Co Virginia. and migrated
into Indiana, Kentucky. But I want to take this moment to again express my thank's and gratiude
for all your kindness. A ever grateful. Peabody.
Added by Peabody on Feb 08, 2017 8:49 PM
Thank-you I appreciate it so much
Added by Peabody on Feb 04, 2017 4:21 PM
|Margaret Sopp||RE: Lena Melton|
Thank you so much. I appreciate it.
|M Bell||Bee Family at Oak Hill Cemetery|
If you aren't related to the Bee's, approximately 23, at the Oak Hill Cemetery, I would be interested in working on their biographies and taking over the site. I have been a member of Find-A-Grave for over 10 years. I've been a genealogist for 30 years. I usually sign my work M. Bell, my maiden name.
I am still teaching. I am trying to do biographies on all of our relatives. Since my husband is retired, I've turned over 4 Bees to him. He's a historian and knew some of these people.
Thank you for your work.
Added by M Bell on Nov 26, 2016 6:35 PM
|M Bell||The Bee Memorials at Oak Hill|
I really appreciate the effort to get my husband's family recorded. Are you related to the Bees, too?
Marilyn Bell Bee
Added by M Bell on Nov 26, 2016 6:19 PM
Last name must match the headstone. Other married names go in the bio. Are you a descendant? Do you know who Pauline Kopp is?
|John Manning||Berilla Farmer -- Mem # 22890659|
I am doing research on Thomas Collins who married into my family. From what I have been able to determine, Thomas Collins was married to Berilla (1825-1862). I think that her mother, Louisa Farmer, that you have in Find A Grave was married twice. Her first husband was Pearson Clifford. She then married Fleming Farmer.
Can you help me with how the source of your information show Berilla's last name was Farmer? I don't think Louisa married Fleming Farmer until 1842, Berilla was born in 1825. I can't seem to find any trees on either Ancestry or FamilySearch that have a complete picture of this family and the records I have access to online don't show any further info. I have the 1850 and 1860 Census records, which show that Berilla and Thomas had 8 children. In the 1850 Census, Cornelius Clifford is living with them. He gets married later that year. From the trees I have found, several show Cornelius and Berilla are siblings.
So I was starting with you to see how the cemetery shows her name as Farmer. I think it is the best place to start my research.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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