|Jean Foster (#46862054)|
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|I have been researching my family history since 1978 when a friend took me to a library and I found a book on my Loveless line. I have edited and published a book on my McCoy's,and working on other lines now. My family lines are Barber, Graham, Harritt, Richmond, Dusenberry, Thams and Stueve on my Dad's side. My Mother's family is Holloway, McCoy, Beal, Loveless & Hanson. |
I have been transcribing the Carpinteria Cemetery and adding photos. This is the town I grew up in and still live there.
I am retired now and spend a lot of time traveling to KS, NE, IL, IA, IN researching my lines.
I will be happy to look up information in the Santa Barbara and Ventura Co, California areas.
Genealogy is my passion and I am happy to share any of my research.
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|carol mckenzie||zahm in California|
there are a ton of Zahm in that area Calif Ore. Wash. etc if you run across any please let me know I have found 2 lines there some mine and some a Russian Zam line and some from the other branch of the Zahm 3 bro. who came very early to the states from Germany I have the story
the John Paul Zahm line includes the father Zahm of Notre Dame line which is connected to us but a long way back @1690 a bro to my ancestor
al the Zahm are my family if your not related would you transfer to 47053888 from 78521233
there were 5 girls and one boy
|Deana||RE: Elizabeth Vaughn|
Your Welcome! I still have the photo on my ipad, if you want it send me your email and I'll forward it to you. You can see if better from the original.
Added by Deana on Jun 30, 2016 5:21 AM
|phyllis barringer||Abbie Weaver Jacobs Headstone|
She died Aug. 31 1902 and is buried in Mineral Cemetery, Mineral, Il
Would like to know if a headstone picture is available, thank you for your dedication to this work.
|Mary ||Mary Lee Wykoff|
My name is Mary Lee Wykoff-Strickfaden. I grew up in Trivoli and still live there. My father was William E. Wykoff Sr. He is buried in Trivoli. I seen Mary Ann Wykoff Graham's grave site and was wondering how she was related to my father. My fathers father was Charles Wykoff.
Added by Mary on Apr 03, 2016 3:19 PM
|Debra ||Elmer C Graham|
Hi Jean, I created a memorial for Elmer and linked him to his parents Alfred and Eliza. Elmer was buried in a now defunct cemetery in Peoria called Moffatts. I have no way to know if he was removed from there at some point in time. The last burial there was in 1905. Some persons were removed to other cemeteries. I don't think any markers remain there, I know there is a plague with the names of C.W. soldiers who were buried there. You can google Moffatts for more info on it.
All the best, Debra
Added by Debra on Jan 14, 2016 12:08 PM
I am not finding
Memorial 1220029644 Pamilla McKahan
On the memorial for Pamilla Benjamin McKahan you have this:
90y 1m 3d
Parents Ed & Milley (Allen) Benjamin
I am curious where this information is from as I am trying to document the mother of Pamilla and Delia Benjamin. Many thanks, Judy Painter Thompson
Added by Jean Foster on Dec 04, 2015 2:17 PM
Please do an edit message from right hand corner of memorial and i will respond.
Added by WJH on Dec 04, 2015 5:57 PM
|Russann Tomlinson Johnson||Bebb Family|
Hi Jean Foster, I saw a message you left from 2009 about the Bebb and Graham family lines. I am from the Bebb family and was wondering if you meant you had any Bebb family information also... I am on Ancestry.com and am trying to fill in the missing family, it's quite large and would appreciate any input you might have!
Hello Jean, I saw your flower note on Martha's memorial. I am related to Albert through the Ellis family. Do you know where his mother Bessie Ellis Matthews Gorman is buried? Judy
Added by jabs on Oct 06, 2015 6:54 PM
|Rick Miller||D R Heist|
In answer to your question, the name came from a list of interments provided by the Fort Supply museum. The cemetery headstones have been photographed, and none was found for him (or her). The headstones were simple blocks of concrete with the names pressed into them from raised stencil letters while the concrete was still wet. Over the years many of them have been destroyed by mowers or have simply fallen apart from time and weathering. All of the information I have is posted on the memorial.
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