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John McKeehan (#47204469)
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Bio Photo I am 38 years old and live in Mineola, Texas. I am married with 3 children. I am a long term care administrator and love my job and really enjoy discussing history with my residents. I also love doing genealogy research, but have only been doing it for about 8 years. The family names i spend most my time on are: MCKEEHAN, LAWRENCE, HESS, WALTON, BLACKFORD, BROADUS, BECNEL, TANGUIS & PHELPS, CAMPBELL, BOULTINGHOUSE, and ROZELL, but I get on tangents when i get stuck on my wife and I direct lines. I am willing to help anyone so feel free to make requests.

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Babe Fain
Laura Belle Pickler McKeehan
I am the great granddaughter of Lemon Albert Pickler. Thank you for posting the information of Laura Belle Pickler McKeehan.
Added by Babe Fain on Oct 25, 2015 12:26 PM
Michael Travis
Old St. Paul's Cemetery
You have William Pinkney Sigmon and his mother
Camilia Rosannah Sigmon listed as being buried in
Old St. Paul's Cemetery in Newton, Catawba County, NC. I was wondering if you actually saw their tombstones or did you use records to place their graves in that location. If records were used, I would love to get copies of those documents. William is my great-grandfather and Camilia is my 2nd great-grandmother. I would love to see their tombstones if they exist. Please advise.
Thank you.
Michael Travis
(919) 623-6563
Added by Michael Travis on Mar 16, 2015 11:43 PM
Michael Davis
Memorial Oaks Photo request
You requested a photo of a grave in Memorial Oaks cemetery. I went there today and asked them for the location of the grave, but they said they couldn't give me the location because I'm not family.

I would be more than happy to shoot the grave if you would be kind enough to call them and ask them the location of the grave.
Added by Michael Davis on Jan 07, 2014 4:00 PM
Carol & Mike
James McKeehan 1814.1897
Hi John,

James McKeehan (1814-1897) is my 3rd great grand uncle. Thank you for posting his and many other memorials.

I noticed that James McKeehan (#53341978) does not have a spouse link to Jane Simpson McKeehan (#49863244). Could you please add their links to each other as spouses.

Thank you for considering my request and thanks for all the hard work.

My maiden name was McKeehan, so I am sure we are great to whatever degree cousins!

Added by Carol & Mike on Jul 25, 2013 1:26 PM
Old Saint Pauls cemetery
Thank you so very much for the transfer of William Settlemyre. Your kindness is greatly appreciated.

Added by Digger on Sep 28, 2012 8:07 PM
janine mcquiston
RE: Wedgeworth Pic
You are welcome. Thanks, Janine
Added by janine mcquiston on Jun 17, 2012 8:11 AM
janine mcquiston
RE: Wedgeworth Pic
You are welcome. Thanks, Janine
Added by janine mcquiston on Jun 17, 2012 8:11 AM
Marilyn Posthumus Clark
RE: Lavina Clevenger McKeehan
I forgot to mention I added a couple new names that weren't there before, too.
Added by Marilyn Posthumus Clark on May 05, 2012 9:06 AM
Marilyn Posthumus Clark
Lavina Clevenger McKeehan
OK now I'm stumped. According to Data from Lee Co Genealogical Society of IA (published in 1970 Journal from the IA Gen. Soc.) the tombstone inscription says:

Lavina Clevenger McKeehan, wife of Daniel, d 1 Jan 1841, 58 y.

Someone else manages this memorial(mem #13689732); I hesitate to send a SAC to them; what do you think?
Added by Marilyn Posthumus Clark on May 04, 2012 11:24 AM
Terry Marshall
RE: Tipp pic
I feel it my honor to take these photos.
Added by Terry Marshall on Apr 18, 2012 7:50 PM
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