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Juliaom (#46905166)
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Bio Photo Permission Granted to download or save for use at your discretion, any photos taken to fulfill F.A.G. Requests, or any photo of my direct family I have posted. Please attribute me if posted on those "paid" sites, ie Ancestry's Trees.
*update Nov 2013, now that Ancestry OWNS/has purchased Find a Grave, your Photos are now THEIR photos, as well as all the genealogical data we have all posted on here.
DO NOT POST ANY OF MY PERSONAL FAMILY PHOTOS ON ANY FAMILY SEARCH.ORG TREES without permission.

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, new 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

Another research project is to identify the crewmen of the World War II,B-17 "Hell From Heaven Men", that flew under Capt. Richard Ezzard of the 19th Bomb Group.

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Bobbie JW Morgan
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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;

bobbiejwschaffer@gmail.com

Email me your question and maybe I can help.

Bobbie
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
Mark Wilson
RE: John Coffey, #136388958
http://www.rockcastlelibrary.org/libraryarchives/mvsignal/1975/MVS19750227A10.pdf, very brief mention of General John Coffey who died in 1846. I am not sure which war he served
Added by Mark Wilson on Apr 03, 2015 6:19 AM
Linda Y
RE: Frances Aumiller Brecker
Docs are available thru Willard library. Also check henderson ky hcpl. Maybe he is buried there. Both libraries are helpful if you call linda
Added by Linda Y on Mar 23, 2015 1:48 PM
Donald Dunn
RE: Adam M. Adams #13430702
the daughter of Adam M. Adams, the Sarah Ellen Adams 1854-1896 married Jeremiah M. Randolph.

The other Sarah Jane Adams 1853-1921 dau of Franklin and Amanda Adams married Nimrod Peter Randolphon Jan 24, 1878.

There are other Sarah Adams in my tree but none married to a Dodson.

Another problem is: there was another Adams family unrelated to mine that lived in Pulaski at the same time. Not near as large of a family but there none the less.

Please let me know if you find this Sarah Adams.
Added by Donald Dunn on Mar 10, 2015 12:45 AM
Shawdau
RE: Eliza Jane Wilson McCormick
Certainly - I was a little confused, but you may certainly use any picture I have posted. That's why I've put them up. Good luck in your search.
Added by Shawdau on Mar 06, 2015 8:04 PM
Shawdau
RE: Eliza Jane Wilson McCormick
I am not sure who Joe may be, but you may certainly use the picture.
Added by Shawdau on Mar 04, 2015 4:32 PM
Susan Bowman
RE: Lazarus Dodson
Thank you for letting me know and good job, Julia!
Added by Susan Bowman on Feb 02, 2015 9:25 AM
Gary Sacre
RE: Kingery Cem, College Corner, OH
Glad I have been of help. His stone is mostly unreadable and weathered. Due to ill health and advancing age I have mostly quit my research. I still dabble in it from time to time and enjoy messages I get but do not venture out to do research. Very glad to have heard from you. Have a nice day.

Gary
Added by Gary Sacre on Nov 03, 2014 9:08 PM
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