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|Kathleen||RE: Laurence and Alice Divoky|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help. Blessings to you as well!
Added by Kathleen on May 27, 2015 4:50 PM
|Sharon Mc||RE: Lewis Armstrong|
Oh my goodness, thank you so much. I truly appreciate it. It is remarkable the wonderful people on this website, thank you for all your contributions.
|Sharon Mc||Lewis Armstrong|
I am Sharon McAllister and am the great great granddaughter of Lewis Armstrong. I am greatly appreciative that you have entered his record. There are some minor errors on the page and I was hopeful if I submitted them to you they could be corrected or if you would consider transferring the record to me. Lewis's wife Loana should also be buried there and was wondering if you by chance had viewed the site. I see you have a photo request as I also would like a photo.Thank you
|Deborah Ann||Reddings of Muskegon County|
Hello, Ghost Town Gal -
I am defended from Frank H. REDDING and my grandparents were Andrew Jackson Redding and Cora Belle McGhan Redding, who are buried in Lakeview Cemetery in Muskegon. Several of my aunts and uncles along with cousins are buried in that cemetery. My dad was Leonard Richard Redding, who along with his brother George, is buried in Sunrise Memorial Gardens. I am also active on Ancestry.com. I just wonder if we are related.
Deborah Redding Smith
|kelly sullivan||RE: Absolom Hardin's Diary|
Thank you for your research and the information you shared with me. The transcriptions I have read, are well done, however, I was hoping you may have had an idea where the original diary was located or
photos of the original pages, that I might make an attempt at pulling out some of the illegible entries via digital photo programs, working with the light and contrast, etc... I have been fortunate in working with copies of and or photoing, copying older writings and bringing some almost invisible ones to enough clarity we could finally read what was written... thank you again for your kind help, Kelly
|kelly sullivan||Absolom Hardin's diary 1847|
Do you know if there are any photos of the original diary available? thank you, Kelly
|Lynn Duncan Strandberg||RE: The Oregon Trail|
My Young's lost a son, Richard, who fell while trying to climb into a moving wagon. The wheels went over his head. He was 8 years old. I can't imagine what it must have been like for the parents to leave a child behind.
There was a member of the train, Absalom Hardin, that kept a diary of the trip. I have a wonderful cousin who transcribed the whole thing and sent out copies. This is how we learned of Richard's death.
|Lynn Duncan Strandberg||Thanks!|
Thank you for your message. We had to be in Salem last week so we stopped at the End of the Trail museum in Oregon City. We had a great time. I hadn't been to Oregon City for decades and my husband and I were enchanted by the town.
Did you see the episode of Who Do You Think You Are with Kelsey Grammer? He was also surprised by his Oregon Trail roots. They showed him among the trail ruts about 35 miles from here. You might find the program on Youtube.
All four of our daughters are adopted. I am so happy you were able to trace your family!
Happy Trails ;0)
|Rick Foster||James McCluskey at St John's|
Found your man the other day. And as soon as I edit the raw image I will upload it. You have been waiting for this one for a while and glad to be of help..
|Lynn Duncan Strandberg||Boones|
I left a bit of info on George Luther Boone's memorial page. I love your interest in the Oregon Trail. I am a 5th generation Oregonian and have two main families who came on the trail in 1847 and 1853, the Young's and the Younger's. Later Nancy Jane Young married Nero Littleton Younger and the two families became one big family. Thank you for the research you do!
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