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Please feel free to use my photos for your trees and websites. I am also more than willing to transfer outside of the guidelines-as long as you are a contributor who does the same for others.|
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|Carmella||RE: Photo of Springer Cemetery|
Very kind of you :)
Added by Carmella on Nov 05, 2015 4:40 PM
|Carmella||Photo of Springer Cemetery|
May I use your photo of Springer Cemetery? I will be sure to give you photo credit. If you prefer I not, it's no problem!
Added by Carmella on Nov 05, 2015 4:12 PM
We truly appreciate you transferring Millage Nelson. Thank you for creating and maintaining his memorial page.
|RapidRobert ||RE: Smithpeter(s) Family|
Thanks. Still know little about Rebecca. I do know that Michael Smithpeter(s) was married to Sarah (Sally) Drew in 1831, and that they lived together in 1850 on a farm in Beaver Creek valued at $3000. In 1852 Michael married Rebecca Lockwood. In 1860 Sarah was living alone on the old farm, and Michael and Sarah were living on a farm in South Crouch Township valued at $12,000. Michael and Rebecca had other personal property valued at $2400, which I expect was mostly horses.
|RapidRobert ||Smithpeter(s) Family|
Thanks for your work, Kyle. It has really helped me. Just recently became a member. I am the: Grandson of Owen and Ruby (Smithpeters) Kern, Great Grandson of Joseph & Bedie (Lasater) Smithpeters, the Great-Great Grandson of Michael and Rebecca (Lockwood) Smithpeters. I have some information on the Smithpeter(s) family going way back, but very little on the Lockwood family. I'm thinking that Rebecca's father was probably J.C. (John?) Lockwood (1840 Census lists 2 females age 15-20), and may be the John Lockwood referred to as a "Whig candidate" in William Bryant's "Early Times in Illinois" (1871). Wondering if you've found more info on the Lockwoods. Thanks.
Just wanted to say thank you very much for creating the memorial page for my grandmother and then transferring her to me. I am very grateful for it.
|Angel Eye D||Donald M. Irvin|
I just wanted to say, thank you for creating a memorial for my dad. - Donna Irvin
|Lizzie||bio and link|
I like that, I wish more people thought like that or at least when its family
Added by Lizzie on May 12, 2015 9:29 PM
|P Holland Mackey||Harrison Price Holland|
Hello, Kyle. I would be interested in seeing your connection to Harrison. He is my third great grandfather. Here is my line:
Harrison Price Holland;
son, Seaborn Holland & wife, Charlotte Cope;
son, Cortez Clingman Holland;
son, Cloyce Price Holland;
son, Haskell Holland;
Have a blessed day!
|Joanne Ikeda||RE: Baltimore Cemetery|
That is interesting and thank you for your prompt answer. Also I thank you for being so generous with pictures you have taken. Not all people on Find A Grave are so thoughtful. I feel as you do. Helping others.
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