Trish Funderburg Walls

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9 years · 2 months · 20 days
Find A Grave ID
47262050

Bio

I try to leave a Purple and Green flower on every one of my family memorials, not just the ones I maintain, but everyone. I think it is important.
After 5 years in and around Fort Worth, Texas locating documents on my 2nd & 3rd great grandfathers on my dad's FUNDERBURG & SMITH lines, my goals now are to further document my Texas, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina ancestors. On my dad's side I have researched the names from the von der Burg lines These include:Funderburg/Funderburk, McCarty(I believe this could also involve McCarthy/MacCarthy, McCarthey), Finn, Foreman, Oden, Pace, Moore, Smith, Ramsey, Bohannan, Lynn/Linn, Beard, Black, Mosier, Landreth, Nabors, Langley, Littrell, McWhorter/McWater, Sullivan, Roberts, Pyle, White, Dobbs, Dye, Aderholt, Barnes, Schoolcraft, Ellison and still working on some of the older Funderburg ancestors by collecting documents. I have one book by Guy B Funderburk and one by Alvin K Funderurg. I have several books by Carol Wells for the Edgefield County, South Carolina area, Deed Books and Probate Records and on the Eastland County, Texas History to further document. Including the purchase of Death Certificates.
My mother's families are HUDSON & WILLIS, McGough, Goyne, Acree, Seale, White, Taylor, Murray, Ward, Fowler, Scarbourough. I met online with Tim Hudson and found out he and I share about 4 to 5 family lines and he was kind enough to share his research with me and I am so grateful to him.

***(I have moved back to Post Falls, Idaho)***

I also research Walls, Sweazy, Niemi, Hardesty, Hatcher, Siford,(Sypher,Cypher), Becker, Jolley, Riley, Smith, Lyster, Robertson, Kepler, Sapp, Bruce on my husband's family.
Since coming to Texas I have become a Find A Grave photo volunteer in Wise County and now Parker County and I enjoy it.
Researching my family has been the best thing I have done for myself. I love documenting my ancestors. There is a sense of pride in knowing the life each of my ancestors lived. Had they not lived the life they lived, I would have not been born.

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