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Donna Holmes Bonaccorso (#47765666)
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Bio Photo In researching family ancestry I came across this site and found it to be most helpful in finding family and friends. It's nice to see so many people who are interested in preserving for some of us photographs of people we knew as family members as well as of friends who have passed, in some cases before we felt they should have.
To those who take the time out of their lives to go out and photograph, Thank you!
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Messages left for Donna Holmes Bo... (14)[Leave Message]
Re: Maxine Simonton Tate
It took me a while to figure out who your message was about since I do not have a memorial for Maxine Simonton Tate, but I finally realized you were referring to some links sent to me yesterday. Thanks, I will let the sender know.
Added by Susann on Jul 22, 2016 10:12 AM
Bruce D. Rutherford
RE: Dorothea L Simoton Paine
I think I have it all now. Thank you for the information. I also received management of the parents and added census data to the parents.
Added by Bruce D. Rutherford on Jul 22, 2016 9:00 AM
Bruce D. Rutherford
RE: Dorothea L Simoton Paine
You should have said her father was Howard Clayton Simonton instead of Howard Clayton. I spent 20 minutes trying to find Clayton's in the census and changed her maiden name to Clayton before deciding that since her son's name was Merle Lester and she was staying to a Merle Lester Simonton that she must have been a Simonton.
Added by Bruce D. Rutherford on Jul 21, 2016 1:47 PM
Bruce D. Rutherford
RE: Dorothea L Simoton Paine
Thank you for this information. I am still finding a few mistakes from the transfers. I also noticed the wrong date of death. Do you know where Howard Clayton is buried as well as his wife and her full name? Also, I could not find Dorothea Clayton in the census records--any help there? Thank you. Bruce
Added by Bruce D. Rutherford on Jul 21, 2016 1:33 PM
RE: Clifford Holmes
No, I'm sorry, but I haven't been able to find anything on him, other than his name on their marker. Do you live in the Tustin area? If not, I could go to the library and see if I can find any more out for you, if you'd like. Let me know. Thanks!
Added by Meauwataka on Jul 13, 2016 8:38 PM
Phil Wilson
RE: George Nelson Anger
Hi Donna,

Gerorge Nelson ANGER, son of Daniel Young ANGER and Catharine Elizabeth ANGER was not married to married to Elizabeth SANDHAM. (Note: His parents were 1st cousins)

However, his cousin Nelson ANGER, son of Augustus ANGER and Joan Ann FAULDS, was married to Elizabeth SANDHAM, November 23, 1853 Brock District; by Rev. Robert Rodgers, Presbyterian Church

1852 Census: Nelson ANCHER, age 18, b. Upper Canada, lived in Windham Tp, Norfolk Co., 1852 Census div. 4, p. 25(49)

Nelson ANGER died about 1860.

Note: The ANGER family, is of German origin, and the name was pronounced Anchor or Anker. These spellings and other variations can be found in various documents.
Added by Phil Wilson on Apr 13, 2016 2:27 PM
RE: Fanny's second husband
Donna --

Do you think THIS could be Dugall Colin McCall?


Added by achantle on Dec 07, 2014 1:39 PM
RE: Fanny's second husband
Donna -

Thank you for the spelling correction on the very Scottish Dugall :D

I spoke to my sister-in-law today. Her father died in 2008 and they tried to contact Dicky to inform him - but could not locate him. She said that Dicky Noll had several children, including a Ricky Noll. Maybe in Texas.

Ginny also said that Dugall McCall was a dentist in Beloit, Wisconsin. She said that AFTER Dugall died Fannie moved to the Masonic Home for the Elderly in St Paul, MN. Then she moved to Hales Corner, WI and lived with Leota and husband Tom Pierce. She died shortly after.


Added by achantle on Dec 07, 2014 1:13 PM
RE: Fanny's second husband
Donna --

The reason you aren't find Gaylord & Hazel Noll's son Richard is probably that he is still living. He'd be about 76.

Added by achantle on Dec 07, 2014 7:27 AM
RE: Fanny's second husband
Donna -

Thanks for the additional information on the Noll's. My email:

Happy Holidays to you too :D

Added by achantle on Dec 06, 2014 11:25 AM
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