|Cortny (Cooper) Schnittker||Small World|
I have linked us to each other in my family tree. Granted, it's way out there on a limb, but still. Family is family. Glad to see I'm not the only one trying to put this all together!
|jan de Wilde||Pvt Upton,Bennie S.|
Dear Mr. Miller,
Thank you so much for giving permission to use the photo and information about PVT Upton,Bennie S.
|jan de Wilde||pvt Upton Bennie S.|
Dear Mrs Upton,
Currently I'm working on a complete website about the US Military cemetery margraten. I would like to request you,if I may use the photo that you have placed on Find a Grave,for my website. I Hope you will give me permission to place it.
Looking forward to hear from ou.
jan de Wilde
Just wanted to say - what a beautiful peaceful cemetery, WAY BACK OFF THE BEATEN PATH. AT THE END OF CHARLES TALLEY ROAD.
|Tami||Jessa and Taylor EVANS|
I have linked Jessa Van Etten to her parents. I am still working on adding information for my Evans families.
Are you related to Jessa and Taylor also? Would love to be in touch!
Added by Tami on Apr 09, 2013 11:11 AM
|Art & Tracy||Azariah Anderson|
I was just curious if you had a family connection with Azariah. He was my 6x great grandfather.
|Martin Joy||RE: Conder|
Mighty pleased to meet you Ma'am, I guess that makes us both "Johnny Rebs" I have always been proud of the fact that my Great-Grandfather fought in the "War of Southern Independence". I came across your entry of George H. Conder quite by accident.
Martin A. Joy
I am related to all three of the male Conders you list, as well as Sarah Jane Rippy. My mother was one of Sarah Jane's daughters. What is your connection to the family?
Martin A. Joy
|Jeff Roberts||Jerusha Jane Babcock|
I'm doing some research and sorting out some unknowns. This is the Jerusha Jane Babcock at birth... born 1865 Warm springs, death in 1941 at Monroe but buried at Annabella.
1- Her husbands: James Bryner
2- ? Barney likely from Annabella
3- ? Chalk from Monroe
I need to find her in the Annabella Cemetery if she is there.
If I knew why she was buried there (her association) then her grave would be easier to find. Her death certificate says she was buried there. The death certificate adds the Barney name to her so that is a possibility since Annabella has a large Barney clan. What Barney did she marry. She died in Monroe which makes sense since she lastly married a Chalk. Her Marble family relatives were just 2 miles to the West in Central Valley (Inverury) but that doesn't help as they have all passed on. So i'm hoping a relative may know her history.
|Jess Brown||RE: Amy Ann Marble Babcock 33590848|
Cool, thank you very much for letting me know your links.
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