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Mickey (#47518783)
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Bio Photo I've been studying genealogy most of my life. History is one of my passions and family and locating new family is very important to me.

I'm glad to help anyone locate their family history. So, feel free to email me.

My first set of family names are Gatley, Sullivan, Power, Haskell, Wetherbee, Hodgman, Chadbourne, Thissell, Keene, Riley, Richards, Boulter, Littlefield, Standley & more. Many reach back into the 1600's Great Migration into New England. Check out the GatleyHaskell Family Tree on ancestry.com

My second set of family names are Watts, Neely, Murray, McDermott, Royse, Curry, Southard, Eames, Claybaugh, Rider, Leonard, Flanagan. Many were part of the fabric of the 1700's & 1800's migration from Ireland, England, etc. Check out the Watts Family Tree on ancestry.com.
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 • 36 Memorials Added
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Kimberly Glutz
RE: John Benjamin Murray
Hi Mickey,

Thank you for your message. Absolutely! You can use what ever photos I upload. When I found John's stone I was looking for the whole Murray family and I am sorry to say that I think that John, Anna, and Harold's stone is the only Murray stone in that area as there was empty space all around it. I will go back to double check for sure though and take a picture of the area for you. According to the plot map with John, Anna, and Harold is also a baby Murray (died 1930), a baby Stubbings (died 1943 not sure if this would be in the Murray family or a completely different family but the baby is buried next to the Murray baby and I don't see any other Stubbings on the plot map - could potentially be a friend of the family), William H, William J, Frances, and Murial are also there but like I said I didn't see stones for any of them, but I will go back again for a second look. They are all in section 3. Next time I will do section 6 and that is where Margaret, Lewis, and Mildred are buried. So I will keep in touch and let you know what I find!

~Kim
Added by Kimberly Glutz on Oct 20, 2016 11:27 AM
Brenda
RE: Curtis Dale Roberts
His mother's name was Linda Moreland Roberts. She died in 1994 and is buried in the same cemetery. Thank you so much for your help.
Added by Brenda on Feb 11, 2016 6:23 PM
Jim Easom
RE: Mary E Black
Thank-you for telling me about Mary, Mickey. I hadn't found anything about him being married.
Jim Easom
Added by Jim Easom on Feb 11, 2016 6:20 PM
Brenda
Curtis Dale Roberts
Thank you very much for the photo of his monument. I appreciate you doing that for me. Thanks again. Brenda
Added by Brenda on Feb 11, 2016 5:21 PM
Jim Easom
grave picture
Thank-you very much Mickey for the grave marker picture for Irvin Black in Delta Cemetery in Delta, CO. I appreciate it.
Jim Easom
Added by Jim Easom on Feb 11, 2016 5:15 PM
Earl Gabbard
Hazel (Lakes)Dennis Grave Photo
Mickey,

I thank you for taking and posting the Headstone photo for Hazel Dennis. I appreciate it very much!

Earl Gabbard
Added by Earl Gabbard on Feb 11, 2016 4:24 PM
Connie Lagasse Russell
RE: David C Gatley
I made the changes you requested. One request though in the future, please use the edit button located on right side of the memorial...less chance for mistakes
Added by Connie Lagasse Russell on Aug 02, 2015 2:42 PM
Ann Parkinson
RE: Middleburg Methodist Cemetery
My pleasure! Glad you will take care of them so well!
Added by Ann Parkinson on Feb 22, 2015 10:05 AM
Ann Parkinson
RE: Middleburg Methodist Cemetery
How exciting that you know so much about this part of your family. I will transfer to you for your good care! Blessings~
Added by Ann Parkinson on Feb 20, 2015 3:41 PM
Ann Parkinson
Haskell's at Middleburg
How are you related to the Haskells?
Added by Ann Parkinson on Feb 19, 2015 7:16 PM
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