|Rebecca Hold (#46918565)|
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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.|
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|Jackie London||RE: Martha Ann Hold|
Sorry for the delay in response. Yes, I will transfer this memorial to you.
|Scott Tilden||Thomas Whiting, "Postal Clerk"|
Hiya...me again...on our common ancestor:
I note you mention Thomas twice in the writeup as a "postal clerk." That's a bit of an understatement. He was actually a postmaster of the Canal Zone...Panama.
|Scott Tilden||RE: William T. Logan (1848 - 1916)|
William T was Thomas and Francis (sic) Logan's oldest. Their youngest was George Wishart Logan, my g-grandfather, who married Irene Miller Whiting. She was born in Augusta, GA, to Martha Ellen Osmond and Herman Gray Whiting.
|Scott Tilden||William T. Logan (1848 - 1916)|
This is almost spooky.
You and I have communicated about Osmonds (Jesse, et. al) and Whitings, not far from Rochester. Now, our paths cross again!
I see you did the write-up for Millie Burtis Logan (1848 - 1908):
...who is closely related to the Whitings again through her husband, William T. Logan (1848 - 1916)* and I can give you details.
Where did you get her interesting write-up? May I adopt it for my Ancestry tree?
|Rich Miller||Martha Ferguson|
Rebecca, Rachel, Martha's sister was my 2GGM. Contact me at my e mail as I would very much like to get with you on this too.
|Richard Culler||RE: Allie Culler|
In the 1885 Iowa State census, Henderson & Ollie were living in Round Prairie, Jefferson Co., Iowa, and in the 1900 federal census they were living in Memphis, Scotland County, Missouri. After that I lost track of them.
|Richard Culler||RE: Allie Culler|
Yep that is her!!! Her full name was Mary Olive "Allie" Hold, daughter of James William & Nancy Catherine (McMurry) Hold. She was married to Henderson Simon Culler, which ended in a divorce. I just linked her to Henderson so you can see her connection to my Culler's. Even though her and Henderson's marriage ended, she is still a part of the Culler family in my family history book. She was also married to a John Underwood, I believe. Her and Henderson had four children that I know of, Anna Catherine, Marshall Ernest, Della Mae & James Lloyd Culler.
|Red||RE: Lois Galpin|
I'll send it in a SAC, it wasn't in the Tulsa World.
Added by Red on May 07, 2014 12:57 PM
|John Robertshaw||photo requesst at East Lawn Cem|
I noticed you have a photo request in at East Lawn Cemetery in Tucson, AZ.
The cemetery office refuses to help Find A Grave photo volunteers and the cemetery is too large to search row by row. They have a hostile non-cooperative reputation.
If you could find out from the cemetery office the plot location or even just the Block number I am sure there are several photo volunteers that could help you. Their telephone number is: 520-886-5561.
|djyancey||Charles William Yancey|
YANCEY, Charles William – Age 85, retired educator, went to be with the Lord on January 27, 2014.
Mr. Yancey was born in Owego, NY to the late Harvey and Mabel Yancey. He attended the Owego Free Academy, where he excelled in football, basketball, and baseball. Upon graduation, Mr. Yancey attended Ithaca College and earned a bachelor degree in physical education. He later earned a Master's Degree in School Administration from Cornell University. Mr. Yancey served in the US Army during the Korean War. He was married to the late Ada Houghton Yancey. Mr. Yancey was a dedicated and longtime employee of the Fauquier County Public School system. He began working for the county's school system in 1953 and retired in 1988. Additionally, he taught in New York State and Prince William County. In 1965, he became the principal of Nokesville Elementary School. He left there in 1979 to become the first principal at Mary Walter Elementary School, and remained there until his retirement. In 1975 he was inducted into the New York State High School Athlete Hall of Fame. He was an avid golfer and for almost twenty years refereed football and basketball in Northern Virginia.
He is survived by his sister, Jeanne Gray of Pittsford, NY; his three sons, Thomas (Debbie) Yancey of Radford, VA, William (Janice) Yancey of Bealeton, VA and John (Jennifer) Yancey of Nashville, TN; and eight grandchildren.
Visitation will be Saturday, February 1, 2014 at the Remington Baptist Church from 9:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. with service to follow at 11:00 a.m. Interment will be at the Midland Cemetery. WOODBINE FUNERAL HOME, HICKORY CHAPEL Directors 615-331-1952 Still Family Owned
Added by djyancey on May 05, 2014 6:02 AM
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