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Juliaom (#46905166)
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Bio Photo If you need a transfer please use the Edit button, happy to transfer anyone not our Family.

Permission Granted to save for your PERSONAL use any photos taken to fulfill F.A.G. Requests, or any photo of my direct family I have posted
Please attribute me as owner of the photos.
If you need them please be kind enough to ask.

PERSONAL USE does not mean slapping them on your unsourced Internet "Trees" as your 8th times great-grand uncle 13 times removed.

Ancestry OWNS/has purchased Find a Grave, and Fold 3 so our Photos are now THEIR photos, as well as all the genealogical data we have all posted on here. We work for them!

Photos of the World War II crewmen were given by their family members and they shared them for the Memorials. *Please do not take them unless you are a family member!

Genealogist, 30 plus years, DAR, Colonial Dames XVIIC, Mayflower. Will do digital pics of Fayette, Scott,and Bourbon cos only. As volunteers for F A G, my partner Clinton Slayton and I often image all in the cemetery. We are be happy to transfer anyone of your family to you if they are not part of our lines.

We also have a private research project called the "Sharon Belle B-17 Memorial Association",to identify the American crewmen of the B-17's flown from England during World War II, "The Sharon Belle". She crashed on 30 Nov 1943 near Helmdon, England, early morning at 0819 hours, on a mission to Germany. The mission was scrubbed due to bad weather, the craft exploded in mid-air during return to the field.

The ten brave men our Country lost were:
Lt. William Murray Holland
Capt. Richard W. Pugh, Commanding Officer.
1st Officer, Leighton D. Patterson
2nd Lt. William S. Munro
T/Sgt Thomas D. Glaspell
T/Sgt Billy Freeman
S/Sgt Dean Landfear
S/Sgt Charles E. Slayton (uncle of Clinton's)
S/Sgt Harry A. Scott
S/Sgt Henry P. Brannan

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Helen McCarty
RE: Lynn Boyd Rucker
My husbands grandmother was Pearl Rucker and grandfather was Victor McCarty both in the Paducah, Ky. 1910 census and city director.
Pearl's father was Lynn Boyd Rucker md to Susan Bacon.
after the dead of my father in-laws mother and dad they lived with the Lynn Boyd Rucker family and Bess (Boatwright Married name)the aunt took charge. My father in-laws brother Earl is buried next to his aunt Bess Boatwright, Oak Grove Cem. my father in-law James K McCarty is buried next to his 2nd wife, Myrtle Collins and her sister s family in Maple lawn Cem. The Rivers Family the Rucker lived in Fulton, but org. from Caldwell o Ky. Earl md. late in life and had no children James had, 2 sons and 7 grandchildren. both James and Earl served in WW2.
Added by Helen McCarty on Mar 27, 2016 8:53 PM
Mary Ann Sexton
Mary E. Hutchcraft Ray
Mary is related to my family and she was married to Warren Ray. I have her on Find-A-Grave as
#118756650. Please correct.
Added by Mary Ann Sexton on Mar 11, 2016 12:27 PM
Kathy Thompson
Sorry, I cant remember who you asked me to edit. Although since I am in West Ky it more than likely is there. It's ok so don't worry about it.
Added by Kathy Thompson on Sep 27, 2015 9:49 PM
Kathy Thompson
Burman & Thelma
I cant add yoru info to someone else memorials. I sure wish that I could.
Added by Kathy Thompson on Sep 22, 2015 1:19 PM
winters bunch
I sent you a photo of the Winters bunch at a family reunion. I sent it to your email, it has an attachment (photo). It might end up in your spam (junk mail). If you want any picture or story I have just ask you are welcome to it.
Your cousin
Added by Annita on Sep 06, 2015 7:56 AM
Pearl JANE Byrd Winters
I'm the Great Great Granddaughter of Pearl Jane who I am named after. This is Mammy and Pappy to me.
Nice to meet you. We are family.
I never meet family on, I seem to meet them on
Added by Annita on Aug 22, 2015 1:39 PM
Transferred to you. Sorry it took so long. I'm behind on my Find A Graves.
Added by RozaSharn on Aug 13, 2015 9:19 PM
Bobbie JW Morgan
More Family Info
William Winters and Willie Ann Eison Winters, are my Uncle William "Bill" Winters's parents. I'm linked through his wife Ila Mae Boaz Winters, who was my great grandma's sister. My great grandma Susie Pempelton Boaz, married into the Williamson family, her husband was Ernest Gobel Williamson.
Ernest Gobel Williamson is the 1st generation grandchild of Zachariah Williamson.

What a connection huh!

Bobbie- Find A Grave # 48055102
Added by Bobbie JW Morgan on May 18, 2015 5:30 PM
Bobbie JW Morgan
RE: Austin Williamson
Yes, I'm the 4th generation great granddaughter of Zachariah Williamson. I've done research on the Williamson side of my family and have wrote a book about the family.

Here's my email address;

Email me your question and maybe I can help.

Added by Bobbie JW Morgan on May 18, 2015 5:09 PM
Don Fredgant
Photo by F.W. Greber
Thanks for your thought-provoking question about F.W. Greber! You're right, trying to identify an old photo by only a first name is challenging -- not impossible, just darned hard. Fred Greber was in Saint Marys OH as a photographer in 1890, apparently before moving back to his hometown of New Bremen before 1900. No idea who the boy was. BUT WAIT -- THERE'S MORE. Your question made me go back to my database, and I realized I also had Fred listed as Graber, not Greber, so you got me to clean up my records! Thanks! Don
Added by Don Fredgant on May 07, 2015 6:46 PM
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