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Spotsgenie (#47070097)
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I'm a descendant of Augustine Washington, Sr. I do not give permission to use any of my Family Portraits to be used on,, Our Family Tree, or any other Genealogy Site without first asking me, by sending me an email, you can use my Headstone Pics without my permission, please also do not send me a bunch of Inaccurate corrections on my memorials, without first sending me appropriate documentation, I will not tolerate hatefulness. Thank You.
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RE: Richard A. Dandridge
No problem, your welcome. I viewed the Missouri Death Records on which provides his death date and exact age at death (years, months, days). I calculated his birth date using this data.
Added by Tulsa90 on Aug 17, 2016 11:58 PM
Ann Martin Spotswood
Sorry to say that I don't know the answer to that question. I found in so genealogy sources that she was Ann McIlwaine Martin. Her grave marker indicates Ann Martin Spotswood with no mention of her middle name. I think that it is certainly possible that her name was Ann Graham McIlwaine Martin. Actually, in the neighborhood as I was growing up she was known widely as Miss Nancy Spotswood. I never heard her referred to as Ann, but of course Nancy is the nickname for Ann, so, it makes sense. She and her sister, Mary Seward, lived right behind us when I was growing up. We lived at 324 St. Andrews Street and they lived at 319 Fillmore Street in Petersburg, Virginia. Miss Nancy Spotswood drove a 1928/29 Model A Ford and Miss Mary drove a 1932 Chevrolet. They drove them up until their deaths in 1961 and they were in mint condition always garaged. I would love to have one of them. Sorry that I cannot answer your question definitively.
Added by Wilkie on Aug 10, 2016 8:13 PM
Ann Martin Spotswood
Hello Spotsgenie,
I have sent you two edits for Ann Martin Spotswood which are awaiting your approval. She was the wife of Colin Dunlop Spotswood. She and her sister Mary Boothe Martin Seward lived right across the alley from us at 319 Fillmore Street, Petersburg, Virginia. The information which I requested be approved was retrieved from her death certificate...born in Petersburg; died in Petersburg, Virginia; daughter of Archibald G M and Kate (Boothe) Martin of Petersburg, Virginia.
Thank you very much for considering the edits,
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Added by Wilkie on Aug 10, 2016 3:15 PM
Virginia Brown
Let me know if you would like anymore OK transfers.
Added by Virginia Brown on Feb 07, 2016 6:28 PM
Anna Jaech
RE: Hannah nee-Jewell Hardin
I don't know why I said that. I know this family so well. They came to Boone from Scott county with my Williams family in the movement of the Smithton Company. Charles was 18 mos. older than my gg grandfather, John Brent Williams, whose father died when he was 5. He was so bright and promising that the Hardins helped him in many ways. He was apprenticed to the Columbia Patriot newspaper, which neighbors loaned him the money to buy when he was 18. William Jewell wanted a newspaper in Liberty, MO where he had est. the college named for him, so the debt was shifted to the Liberty Tribune & paid. In a few years the political aspirations of lawyer Chas Hardin were honed. He believed the correct place to establish a newspaper to support him absolutely was Fulton, MO. So Williams went there in 1853 with his fine new reputation. They were life long friends. I included several stories about the Hardin family in a book I wrote years ago about the murder of the Callaway county sheriff in 1873.
From which child of Charles & Hannah do you descend?
Added by Anna Jaech on Jan 02, 2016 11:43 AM
Mrs. Bee
RE: children of Beverley Dandridge Tucker
Thanks for letting me know, and especially for doing all of the... what would you call this... invisible reweaving?
Added by Mrs. Bee on Jul 09, 2015 3:36 PM
RE: children of Beverley Dandridge Tucker
Why would someone delete their memorials? How strange. It just makes more work for someone else. Thank you for doing that.
Added by inmand15 on Jul 09, 2015 8:47 AM
RE: children of Beverley Dandridge Tucker
Happy to add the inks back. Jackie & Warren gave us all such an incredibly wonderful wealth of information and then took it away - It's hard to comprehend how that could happen, after they worked so hard. It will be many years for the info to be restored, if ever.
Added by FDP on Jul 08, 2015 1:29 PM
RE: Mary Warren Warren Newsum
I believe it was simply a typing error. I have deleted the "Warren" that was in the middle name field.
Added by TIW on Jun 17, 2015 8:28 PM
James McDonald Keller
Appreciated the suggested additions to this Confederate physician's memorial. I have also added a photograph of Dr. Keller.

F. Terry Hambrecht, M.D.
Senior Technical Advisor to the
National Museum of Civil War Medicine
Added by bioengineer on May 14, 2015 8:35 AM
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