Eva Mae Bloom I am the great-great granddaughter of Benjamin and Selina Alice Kincaid Parkhurst. I am nearly finished with my family history and have some names to add to your tree. Our Dilemma: my mother who is 102, and her siblings always thot Eva Mae Bloom was their cousin and not a birth daughter of Benjamin and Selina. I think Benjamin Parkhurst had more than 1 wife. Can you help me with this? Would love to correspond with you. You might have received a message from my cousin, Linda Wortinger, about this also.
Barbara Henderson Anderson, Indiana email@example.com
Velva Opal Overley Jansen Kathy: Thank you for all the information you supplied in my search for a long ago love. With your professional assistance my search has been successfully concluded. Now with the virtual memorial this old man can relive some of the old long ago memories. Thank you, Darlene Suter for providing the beautiful photos.
RE: Litchfield obits And I'm only on the "C's" - a long way to go. Whewwwwwww! Good thing I was at the top of my typewriting class way, way, way, back then. Don't worry about getting to them, I know you will when you have time. Happy Easter!
RE: Lawrence Wells obit, St Josephs, Elba unfortunately that is exactly how it was transcribed. I looked for her on Ancestry and it showed that Emma Wells died in 1900, which didn't make sense since it showed her as Mrs. Emma in the article. Another mystery.