I have been working on my family tree since 1984 and researching the James, Gearharts, Osmonds, Yanceys, Sarges, Caumiants, Hawkens, and wherever they lead. I am forever grateful for FindAGrave and the opportunity to memorialize my ancestors and friends. I love to research and explore cemeteries and am willing to research area cemeteries (Okmulgee County, Oklahoma) for other people and take photos. I am grateful that other researchers are willing to do that for me and thank the ones that have. I am willing to transfer memorials to others unless the memorials are ones that are kin to me. Please feel free to ask questions and contribute information. Together we all can continue to make FindAGrave the wonderful memorial program that it is.
LEFEBVRE Cécile X DOCK Jean Joseph Good evening, Small cuckoo of France, or jeans Luc managed me towards Find has grave. I work on my genealogy since 2012. The mom of Lefebvre Cécile (HAUBRY Eléonore) was the sister of my ancestor. For Cécile Lefebvre married on 31/05/1871 with Dock Jean joseph, I found the track of 4 children: Joséphine been born on 6/10/1870 Small Forest Clémentine Jean Joseph been born on 13/06/1875 Ferfay Henri been born on 28/10/1877 Ferfay On the other hand on your index cards(forms) you mention Katherine but I ignore or she was born? Somebody would have precision, and po can you tell me why there are errors on the births!!! Good evening and friendships of a French cousin
You must be the relative that my Grandma Rosemary mentioned on so many occasions. She liked to talk about her European ancestry but unfortunately left us before I was able to make records. I've had an interest in compiling a family tree for some time and have finally got a good start and while digging around I found your post on this site. Your profile mentions that you have been working in this area since 1984 and I can't imagine all of the resources you might have and the time you've spent. So, I'm wondering: 1. I know about this site, Ancestry.com, and public record searches, but are there any other major resources (tools for the belt) you'd recommend? 2. Would/could you share any information on Grandma's ancestors? 3. Do you have a webpage for your work (website, facebook, etc)?
RE: Hawkens Hi Rebecca. My husband and I live near Reno, NV for the time being but are planning a move to Pratt, KS sometime in the very near future. Probably within the next few months. Our house here will be going on the market within the next month or so. I would love to be on your FB site. I am on FB as Fonda Pusatero. As for the reunion, I'm not sure we'll be moved by then but if we are, I'd love to be there for it. If you could send me a flyer, I'd appreciate it and will share the info with my Thomas side of the family. There will be a Thomas reunion June 3, 4 & 5 in Las Vegas, too. Don't know where we'll be in June, like I said but I'll try to attend both if I can. Do you have a Hawken website I can go to. I have quite a bit of information on her as she is my great grandmother on Mom's side. My mom, Evelyn Thomas McConnell is the daughter of Myrtle Booze Thomas and was the last of her generation. She passed away on 15 Jan 2015 at the age of 93. Regards, Fonda McConnell Pusatero email@example.com
Hawkens Hi Rebecca. Sarah Ann "Sally" Hawkens is my maternal great grandmother. If you're interested in exchanging information on her, please let me know. Her daughter Myrtle Booze Thomas is my grandmother. Fonda McConnell Pusatero
RE: Fidele Lefebvre Hi Rebecca I received your emails. I also received a Email from Jean-Luc from France. I do not believe we are related, but maybe I am wrong. But I do not think we have the same Cecile Lefebvre - Sauvage. I do not have Dock in my line and Her parents names you gave are not the same as I have, and the date of her Birth and Place are different than mine. Still would love to chat to make sure !! Thanks Melissa Bolton.
I have just sent you my additions and corrections about Joseph DOCK and Cécile LEFEBVRE. I can say that the markers do not correspond at all to the accurate dates of birth. They have probably been added many years after their deaths.
If you like, I can send you a PDF file of the family (births and marriages in Belgium and in France). You can find my e-mail easily : I am among your "friends" on Find A Grave.
RE: Samuel and MattieGrimes Gallimore Rumor is we were distantly related, or the family's knew each other in Virginia,when her sister was murdered our family was deeply affected as they lived close by. But the whole area was traumatized as news paper accounts said hundreds were at the mob hanging and funeral. Grand Father who went to the same 1 room country school was traumatized also.I can not imagine how the young siblings were affected. I have researched this story a great deal and have been interested in it for some time as it all took place just over the hill from were I was born and raised. Jarrott
I would be interested in corresponding with you. I am a direct descendant of John William Duke (1789-1872) who was a brother of your Alexander Duke, who married Elcey Yancey.
I am descended from John William Duke as follows: John William, John Shera, Franklin M., Melvin W., and Richard E. John Wm and John Shera are both buried in Butler Co, Oh; Franklin, Melvin, Richard (my father) are all buried in Preble Co, Oh.