|Sharrell n (#47106789)|
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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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|Tami||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.
|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.
|Rhonda Yocom Gryspos||RE: Elizabeth H|
Thank you soooo much, Sharrell. I guess I'll just keep looking for my gg-grandfather's parents.
|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.
|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.
|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?
Mary Jo Stoutenburg
|Debra Jahn||Joyce Alexander|
Very sorry to hear about Joyce's passing.
|pk||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|
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.
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