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Sharrell n (#47106789)
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Bio Photo I am currently researching the folowing families: Norcross, Rupp, Bellodi, Giseburt, Dye, Stice, Craig, Malone, Weems If you are a relative I would love to hear from you.
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RE: Cecile Madge Gore Rupp
You're welcome! Everything else looks fine. Thank you for responding to my edit so quickly.
Added by Tami on May 08, 2017 5:43 PM
Linda Roberts
RE: Nancy Carter Weems & Temperance Carter Malone
Just ignore what I wrote. I am sure I confused you.
Added by Linda Roberts on Apr 18, 2017 1:19 PM
Rhonda Yocom Gryspos
Another question about Elizabeth Wilson Dye
My cousin said to ask you if you have any documentation regarding Elizabeth's parents, and also he wondered WHY she would marry for the FIRST time *to Mr. Dye* when she was in her 60s ??

Thanks in advance.

Added by Rhonda Yocom Gryspos on Nov 29, 2016 7:17 PM
Rhonda Yocom Gryspos
RE: Elizabeth H
Thank you soooo much, Sharrell. I guess I'll just keep looking for my gg-grandfather's parents.
Added by Rhonda Yocom Gryspos on Nov 29, 2016 12:08 PM
Rhonda Yocom Gryspos
Elizabeth H "Wilson" Dye
You left this message for her:

Rest in Peace Cousin Elizabeth H Wilson-Dye born 1-26-1787, Died of Oldage and fever.
- Sharrell n
Added: Apr. 19, 2012

I have reason to believe that she is my GGG-Grandmother - if she was the mother of John B. Wilson, William B. Wilson, James Wilson, and Robert Wilson.

Can you give me any info on her ? And does the "H" stand for HOWARD ? - My Great Grandfather was John Howard Wilson.... son of John B. Wilson.

I've been trying to find the parents of John B. Wilson for about 30 years, with NO luck.

Thank you,
Added by Rhonda Yocom Gryspos on Nov 28, 2016 9:18 PM
Our Family Genealogy
Martha Clow Smith 126292125
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Thank you for the transfer of my Grandmother Mattie (Clow) Smith to my care. I appreciate the time you spent making her memorial.
Find A Grave is a wonderful site but only because of people like you.
Thank you.
Dori 47796684
Added by Our Family Genealogy on Oct 14, 2016 7:31 PM
Mary Jo Enerson-Stoutenburg
Ella Craig & Alexander Hamilton Escue marriage
First I would like to thank you for all of the work you have done on Find a Grave. It is such a value in so many ways. It appears you have done extensive research on the Craig family.

I am a Registrar for the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). I have an applicant who is very close to proving her ancestry and joining the DAR.

The only proof she needs now is a marriage record for her grandparents, Ella Craig & Alexander Hamilton Escue. Do you have any information that might help us?

Thank you,
Mary Jo Stoutenburg
Added by Mary Jo Enerson-Stoutenbu... on Jul 19, 2016 1:54 PM
Debra Jahn
Joyce Alexander
Very sorry to hear about Joyce's passing.
Sincere condolences.
Deb Jahn
Added by Debra Jahn on Apr 03, 2016 1:05 PM
looking for information on william march jr. born in 1834
I was wondering if he had a son named william roberts march born 1860 who married edith grimms around 1882 I am trying to find my husbands grandfathers family Thank you PK March
Added by pk on Mar 12, 2016 1:01 PM
Dead Ringer
Son of William K. Giseburt
-Hey Sharrell,

I'm writing in regard to a flower that you posted on the Find A Grave memorial page for William K. Giseburt, #28937467.

Since you are related to him, I just wanted to drop you this newspaper entry that I came across in case you did not have this information.

The following came from the section called Minor Mention of Interesting Home And County News - The News Sifted out and Separated from the Chaff—Boiled Down for the Benefit of the Dispatch Readers

The three-year-old son of Wm. K. Giseburt, of Robertown, was badly burned about the face and neck by his clothes catching fire Monday evening.

~~ Jeannette Dispatch, Friday, May 24, 1889, Page 3, Column 1

Good Luck in your research.

~Dead Ringer.
Added by Dead Ringer on Jan 20, 2016 1:34 AM
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