|Jeremy Ball (#46831061)|
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Please let me know if any of the information I've submitted is inaccurate/incomplete, or if I can be of help.|
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|Jana Marie Lashmit||Ransom Crandall|
Thank you for such a quick response to the edit on Ransom's memorial.
|Randal Soza||McLeod line|
Hi! My name is Randal, and my mother is a direct descendant of Thomas H McLeod. Is there any other info you have about him? Like brothers, sisters, parents, places, or any other info you might have? My mom is Eric's daughter. Eric is Thomas H's son. Thanks!
Thank you for the transfer of Nellie and Chancy Shumaker.
|Nelda Conant||RE: Harriet and Donald North|
Thank you...I appreciate your help !
Have a beautiful Day, Nelda
|Gary G Sellers||Cornelius Lamb|
Thanks for listing me as a source, Jeremy. I wasn't expecting that. Nice gesture.
|Nelda Conant||Harriet and Donald North|
Hi, Thank you for all your hard work in honoring those that have passed...!
Is it O.K. if I use the photo of Harriet G. North and Donald North in my children's family tree ? My children are the grandchildren to Harriet and Don North.
I was married to Harriet's son William E. Nesvig Sr.
Thank you for all the transfers. It's very much appreciated!!
Added by MKH on Jul 27, 2014 7:04 PM
Thanks so much for the transfer, Jeremy!
Added by drbuck on Jul 27, 2014 5:46 PM
|Margo Reasner||RE: Earl Luellen Memorial|
I just wanted to say a very big thank you for this transfer and for finding him for us. -Margo-
|Jeff G.||RE: Trebilcock memorials|
I did send you a bunch of edits - hope you don't mind. I've got a soft spot for all those poor mining families in the UP of Michigan; many of whose deaths were never recorded. Many died due to poor and non-existing safety practices in the mines. I do research on them even if they're not related to me. I've found a small handful of them who are related to me (Rule, Lean, Bennetts, Hocking, Perkins, etc.). My dad's family were miners in the Hancock/Houghton area way back when, coming from Cornwall, England. Don't be surprised if I don't send you more edits. I've got one more page of people I'm researching for this pet project of mine, then I'm taking a breather for a bit. I was pleased to see you accepted my edits - I don't provide them without being sure of the information. I appreciate your great attitude and willingness to help. Hope you have a great weekend, as well.
Added by Jeff G. on Jun 27, 2014 8:46 AM
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