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Lori Chaney (#47117243)
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Bio Photo I am from a small town in Northwest Texas, Paducah. My whole family has lived here all of our lives, a few of us have branched out but we always find our way home. My paternal surnames are Chaney, Canon, Stofel. My maternal surnames are Havins, Murray, Sandlin.
I have always loved the peacefulness of cemeteries and often do rubbings of old unreadable headstones. I am very interested in family genealogy and have helped research several family trees.
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debbie steinman
debbie
my mother is a chaney..my aunt still lives in cottle co....my grandma and other chaney family is buried there.....would like to exchange if you can....anything...pic's....anything you would like to share.....would be nice....and helpful to us....
my personal email
country_1960@att.net
thank you
debbie
Added by debbie steinman on Jul 10, 2010 10:43 PM
Kenneth D. Bogard
RE: Terry G. Chaney
My mother-in-law and several of her family was born there. There are severl, maybe 20 of her family buried there. She was born in 1914 and the maiden name was Smart.
Kenneth ><>

RE: Terry G. Chaney
Thank you for transferring him to me. My whole family, both sides, Havins, Murrays, Chaneys, Stofels etc... all either were born in Paducah or lived there most of their lives. We moved when I was 15 and I have missed it ever since. We go back all the time though.
Added by Lori Chaney-Andrews on Jun 02, 2009 2:49 PM
Added by Kenneth D. Bogard on Jun 03, 2009 1:16 PM
Kenneth D. Bogard
RE: Terry G. Chaney
Lori,
I have made the transfer to you.
My mother-in-law and several of her family were born there in Paducah and several are buried there also. I like Paducah better than Dallas.
Kenneth ><>
Added by Kenneth D. Bogard on Apr 27, 2009 1:26 PM
 

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