|Ryan D. Curtis||RE: Jensen|
I would be more than happy to transfer his memorial to you. My condolences on the loss of Marilyn.
Added by Ryan D. Curtis on Feb 02, 2016 12:33 PM
|Leah P||Phillip Reed|
Sorry it took so long, I never got an edit request, and just got your message. Made the requested additions to Phillip. Is Alice M. Reed, #149425554 his mother? Couldn't be sure of his father, found a possible Benjamin Franklin Reed, 1859-1943 buried in Glendale, Los Angeles Co. But if the above Alice Reed is his mother, would you like me to add that information? Thanks for your information.
Added by Leah P on Jan 23, 2016 10:05 PM
|Judie||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 8150402|
You have my permission to use my photos, just add a note stating something like "photo taken by Judie, Find A Grave volunteer". Thanks for asking.
Added by Judie on Jan 22, 2016 1:52 PM
|Josway||RE: Ida Morgan|
You are very welcome. Blessings Jo
Added by Josway on Jan 21, 2016 3:58 AM
|Jimi Vernie||RE: #Gilbert and Cora Lee|
Joseph G Moore is memorial #13658542; child listed: Cora Lee Moore Miller (1906-1972)
Cora Lee Moore Miller is memorial # 107391888; on this one it notes she is daughter to Joseph Gilbert Moore & Claudia Harrison Johnson.
I am helping my son in law's dad, Jim Moore, learn about his grandfather Gilbert Moore - he knows his grandmother is Claudia Harrison Johnson Moore Highfill. He knows that Gilbert left Claudia with the 3 kids . We are trying to trace him. I did a study of Joseph Gilbert Moore who married Maude E. from his birth Mar. 10 1888 in Little River co. Arkansas till he married Maude and had his children in Oklahoma. He was never near Clay county Arkansas or town of Piggott where Gilbert and Claudia married in 1905. But another man, whose father was George Dabney Moore & mother was Margaret L Gibbs Moore from Illinois did live in Pigpott Clay co. Arkansas at the right time. I am tracking him as the potential Gilbert and will share all I have gladly.
Added by Jimi Vernie on Jan 19, 2016 3:26 PM
Hi I transferred her. As I add death records for folks I have added, I have noticed that frequently the death dates and sometimes birth dates are different on the two records. I have wondered why as well. Usually the month and day are the same. I suspect that the SSN records are the incorrect ones as the death records (at least in California) almost always match the date on the gravemarker. And more than once I have found the same person with two SSN records...hmmmm?
Added by Montereygenealogist on Jan 19, 2016 12:59 PM
|Jimi Vernie||RE: Moore Miller|
I should have said my son in laws father; Our daughter married a Moore. Sorry
Added by Jimi Vernie on Jan 14, 2016 8:27 PM
|Jimi Vernie||RE: Moore Miller|
Oh my goodness no! Jim Moore is my son in laws father.
At our granddaughter's wedding he talked about not knowing where his family came from; his wife could go back to the early colonial days and he felt somewhat left out. I offered to help as a favor to the family. That's all.
Sorry you even thought such a thing.
Added by Jimi Vernie on Jan 14, 2016 8:26 PM
|Jimi Vernie||RE: Miller Moore|
Jenny, thank you for your quick response. I have been in contact with Charles Miller via Ancestry. I've sent him your reply for a double check. He had mentioned to me earlier that he didn't know how that connection between Cora Lee Miller and the Joseph Gilbert Moore in Tulsa was made. I connected him with a Gilbert Moore grandson who is looking for information about his grandfather. They had a great meeting in AZ and shared a lot but the final answer was, I thought, that Mr. Miller is not certain how of if that connection came to be made for certain. I am trying to make a chart of the 2 men that could be the right Gilbert Moore who married Claudia Johnson (later married a Highfill). I am thinking that my friend Jim Moore, should take a YDNA test so that we can try to solve this problem with more certainty. If you have any more clues that help prove that the Tulsa Joseph Gilbert Moore is the right man, please share. I am also considering a George Gilbert Moore - born 1888 in Pigott, Arkansas, married in 1905 and by the 1910 census was living with his father, sister and brother in law - census showing him as "married1" and for 5 years (no wife in household. This man's WWI draft card shows him in 1917 as married to a Mamie E. Either way, the Gilbert married to Claudia and mother of Cora Lee, did remarry at some time - but to whom? What a puzzle - & that's what Mr. Miller said too.
Thanks again! Jimi
Added by Jimi Vernie on Jan 14, 2016 9:57 AM
|Jimi Vernie||Cora Lee Miller > Joseph Gilbert Moore|
Do you know who or how the connection was made for Cora Lee Highfill Miller at her find a grave site to a Joseph Gilbert Moore in Oklahoma? I am helping a relative of Cora Lee, deceased, to locate their family. I have not been able to make the connection to this man. This Joseph Gilbert Moore is in WWI draft card with wife and three kids + 1920 census shows birthdates for 3 kids: 1913, 1915 & 1917.
Cora Lee's dad doesn't see to fit this profile but would love to learn where I may have missed a clue. Thank you
Added by Jimi Vernie on Jan 13, 2016 3:51 PM
|John Tatum||Mary Katherine Wirth|
Mary was my father's first cousin. I have some info about the Wirth family, but I have found an interesting item that maybe you can help me with.
Mary's sister Rosa Lee was married two times, first to a man named William Richardson, and second, as you probably know, to John Hardison. I have found a birth certificate for her first son, William Leon Richardson Hardison, but I can't find anything about his bio father. Do you know anything about this? My genealogy is on Ancestry as you probably know since the photo of Mary is one I posted a couple of years ago.
Added by John Tatum on Oct 24, 2015 6:46 PM
|Judy Weber||Susan Decker Reel Craft|
I am curious where you got this information on her. I have seen two date for marriage 1 for Susan Decker and the other for Susan Reel. The dates are only a month apart so I wondered if one was a license and the other an actual marriage but i could never find anything definitive.
Added by Judy Weber on Apr 26, 2015 9:51 PM
|Pam R.||Jackson Ross Barr|
His headstone is in the Long Creek Cemetery.
Added by Pam R. on Mar 26, 2015 6:14 PM
|George Jones||RE: Morton|
Thank you Virginia, for your reply.
From one veteran, to another...thank you for your service.
Have a pleasant day.
Added by George Jones on Feb 23, 2015 10:27 AM
|George Jones||James Morton|
I would be interested in any information you might have regarding James Morton (Find A Grave Memorial # 13223345). James is believed to be my wife's 5th g-grandfather.
I am researching her family genealogy for her.
However, some genealogists, dispute the ancestry regarding James and his wife Jane Peden,in reference to their children, specifically a son named Marshall Morton.
Some argue there is no proof connecting Marshall to James and Jane.
Are you able to shed any light on this dispute as a result of your research on the Morton family?
Any assistance you might render in this matter would be deeply appreciated.
In advance, thank you for your time and consideration of my request.
George W. Jones, III
A member for 2 years, 11 months, 18 days
Added by George Jones on Feb 23, 2015 12:50 AM
|LoRetta Hughes||RE: Mundens|
Yes, Joseph Munden is connected to my family through his wife Elizabeth Ann Baggett.
And his sister Emily who married Uzziel Baggett.
I am sorry, but;
I have a problem with linking memorials to
I have his parents listed in his BIO and you
have noted your memorial pages for them
through the flowers.
Added by LoRetta Hughes on Feb 21, 2015 2:02 PM
The info. I gave you yesterday is from memory as I do not have my files available to me at this time. I have received over 45+ documents within the last several months and Sarah and Levi's info.was in this group. I am pretty sure the info. came from Washington, Indiana.
You are fortunate that your family kept such good records. My family were Quakers also but I am still in the search and confirm process with some of my family lines. I've found that a Sarah Newby married a Joseph Park on 12 Jan 1808 in Perquimans, N.C. I then found that a Sarah Park married a Levi Munden on 7 April 1810 Perquimans. N.C. I am in the process of determining if these 2 Sarah's are the same person. Some of the info. I've found so far appears to indicate they are but I have more research to do before I will know for sure. Kind regards, Taddy
Added by Taddy on Feb 21, 2015 9:51 AM
Hello Virginia, the information I have obtained so far leads me to believe this Sarah is Sarah Newby, my relative. I obtained her and Levi's death information from documents found in the Washington Historical Society. I know for sure she is the wife of a Levi Munden but I don't know if he is the same person you are related to. Kind regards, Teddy
Added by Taddy on Feb 20, 2015 6:11 PM
|Mary ||Kingen Twins|
The picture of the older ladies you added to Anne E. Jones' page, are not Kingens. I recently found a copy of that picture in a box of my grandmother's pictures. She had written on the back "Mother and Aunt Meg". Her mother was Eliza Jane Herrell Utterback and Aunt Meg is Margaret Herrell Boaz. George and Anne E. Kingen Jones are my great grandparents. Also I believe Anne's mother's name was Christine or Christina. Do you know what happened to James Kingen? Did he die in the war? In the 1870 Mahaska county census Christina and children, William, Anne, Mary, John W., and George, were living with a J. Wires. I would appreciate any info you could give me on James & Christina.
Added by Mary on Feb 11, 2015 9:25 AM
transferred to you,
It looks like you have done a lot of research and care about this family.
Added by DKOWN on Feb 05, 2015 6:19 PM
|Larry Kane||RE: Munden|
Levi Munden memorial transferred to you.
Added by Larry Kane on Feb 04, 2015 6:54 PM
You are so welcome! I looked again for Craig Beiber, same result as before. But I did post photos for Justin Bieber. (note the different spellings) I'm guessing that since there is a funeral home marker for Justin that he is in fact deceased... ???
Added by Serendipitytoni on Jan 30, 2015 1:42 PM
|Kirk Robert Sellman||Diannah Mefford|
I just saw your comment on her memorial that Eli Craft was her father. I added his link to her memorial.
Added by Kirk Robert Sellman on Jan 13, 2015 5:34 PM
You're very welcome. So sorry for your loss.
Added by Serendipitytoni on Jan 10, 2015 3:06 PM
|Douglas Pyeatt||RE: 65606606|
I am not kin Just found this old cem. and didn't want to see it disapear all togeather, If I have anymore kin let me know and I will send them to your care.
Added by Douglas Pyeatt on Dec 27, 2014 2:31 PM