|Audrey Gill (#47056743)|
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|Denise Gill||Eugene Elmer Gill|
Hello Audrey, I'm so glad you found me. This is a bit exciting to meet you. :) I was trying to do some research regarding "My Gill" family and happened to come across "Your Gill family". I can't even remember exactly where I found all of the obits, pictures and information, but it could have been on ancestry.com as well as other sites. I figured since memorials hadn't been made, perhaps if I added them, another family member would find them and request a memorial transfer.? I do not have a complete family tree, but am doing my best on ancestry.com. My Gill family also has ties to Ireland. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to find out very much concerning my 5th Great Grandfather and Grandmother--James Gill (1765 b. Ireland-1822 d Xenia, Greene, Ohio) and Jane Brown (1770 b Ireland- d. ? Xenia, Greene, Ohio). That is as far as I have been able to trace back. They came to Greene County, Ohio from Ireland and early family members also lived in Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Indiana. Please let me know what memorials I manage that you would like transfers for and I'd gladly transfer them to you. It's easier for me if you'd use the edit suggestion box on their memorial pages. P.S. when I was creating these memorials I was also keeping in mind that some of my Gill family had also lived in Florida. In any event, I'm glad you found me so you can manage these family memorials. :)
|Earth Angel||RE: Eugene Elmer Gill|
I deleted my memorial. The memorials belong with family members.
|Shirley Alday||James Cook Dickson|
Audrey, Do you know how to connect your father to his parents' pages and his wife's page? You might want to contact the person who added your parents to this site and ask him to transfer them to you, and then you can connect them up with the other family members.
Don't you just love this site?
Sorry, but I do not know.
Do you have any idea where Margaret's first husband (Andrew Garmoe) is buried? I am pretty sure it was in Kansas but can't find it unless it is a unmarked grave.
Added by Burt on Oct 04, 2008 12:51 PM