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Beth Bond (#1493380)
 member for 15 years, 4 months, 6 days
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Bio Photo I became interested in my family tree when I was a teenager which I am so glad about as I was able to ask my Grandmothers questions. One Grandma from Virginia and one from New York.
I have also asked several members of my family about our tree and then started genealogy research.
Which I have now been doing for many years for our family.
Also, I have for some years now been doing genealogy research for other people.
I also have several genealogy websites.
I like to visit cemeteries of course to visit my family who have passed but also when I can to post photographs of tombstones and memorials on this great site to help other people.
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Rich Dohm
RE: Flave Wallace dad.
Thanks Beth... must be a different line of Wallace's, I see no connection except the name Flay caught my eye. I'm still at a dead-end with mine, but thanks anyway! Rich.
Added by Rich Dohm on Aug 29, 2015 3:06 PM
MARY
Shamblee
Thank you for taking the time to honor my photo requests. Your photos are greatly appreciated.
Mary
Added by MARY on Aug 21, 2015 11:03 AM
Sue
RE: Frank Sammons
Not related at all. But I took the photo and created the memorial.
Added by Sue on Aug 16, 2015 1:36 PM
James Hartwell
Harold Dean McGuire
thank you for filling my request
he is my grandmothers nephew His siter is a sweet person
Added by James Hartwell on Aug 03, 2015 6:16 AM
Dorothy
Photo for Stone's
Beth, Many thanks for the photos for Frank and Erma Stone. It was very important to see the photos included on the site. It is nice for me to look at the photos sometimes as I live in FL and because of age I am unable to travel to VA now. Again, thank you for taking the time and effort to take the photos.
Dorothy
Added by Dorothy on Jul 25, 2015 5:56 PM
magnificat100
RE: Dunnavant
I just want to say thank you for all this help. Did Peter have any children by his first wife? I have found your Thelma now. All these people seem to have cared for one another so much, no wonder you hope to find them. If you know where Gladys is buried, do say but it was startling to realise no one had in their trees Peter's first wife.

You have been talking to me across the pond, as I am in England so without your help it would taken me rather a time to learn of these other people. I will keep you updated if I find out anymore and hope others will benefit from our discussions, maybe the very people you would like to find.

Added by magnificat100 on Mar 28, 2015 4:23 PM
paul j pecori
RE: Cottrells
THANKS BETH I THINK I SAW THE ONE LADY YOUR TALKING ABOUT I DO THINK I MIGHT HAVE LEFT A MESSAGE ALSO BUT ANY EXTRA HELP IS WELCOME AND THANKS AGIAN... I DO HOPE TO GET BEYOND MY GREAT GRANDFATHERS 1 ST MARRIAGE I DO BELIEVE IS Gertrude AND LILLIAN MAYBE MY KEY......THANKS PAUL
Added by paul j pecori on Mar 16, 2015 6:23 AM
Darrell Landrum
Hiram Carter
Sorry to bother you again, I should have said that if Mr Carter was a veteran of the Civil War, then getting him a grave marker is cost free.

Darrell
Added by Darrell Landrum on Feb 08, 2015 4:27 AM
Darrell Landrum
Hiram Carter
Hi Beth, I was in Oak Ridge Cemetery in South Boston, Virginia yesterday for the third time in the last month. I saw where you had requested a photo or Mr Carter's grave marker a few years ago and have tried all three times I have been in there to find his grave with no success. His marker may be gone if it ever existed. There are people who an help you get a marker for him if that is the case. There is no cost involved, other than the cost to set the stone. With your being a direct descendant of his, the process would be fairly simple to get a marker for him, but first you need to know exactly where his grave is by contacting someone with the city possibly to help you with that.

Best regards,
Darrell Landrum
Lynchburg, Virginia
Added by Darrell Landrum on Feb 08, 2015 4:23 AM
Carol
John Firestine
I contacted a family member regarding your question because I needed some confirmation and some help. Here is her answer
Hi Carol,

You are correct - we have not been able to confirm or deny that Wilhelm Feuerstein/Firestine had a brother named John. (Even according to Dr. Peter Feuerstein.)

By the way, if Beth Bond's John Firestine was born in Germany, then he is most likely not related. Our line of Feuerstein/Firestines are not from Germany, but are from RUSSIA.


It might be interesting to know more information from Beth Bond about her "John Firestine". (i.e. Birth & death dates and places.) I looked at Peter's tree from 2011 and he does list some Johann/Johannes/John Feuerstein. You could suggest that if Beth has access to ancestry.com that she search for family trees that belong to Dr. Peter Feuerstein. Tell her to search for Heinrich Feuerstein born between 1836 -1839 and married to Catharina. The trees have names such as a "Feuerstein-Firestone Stammbaum 4 July 2011", "Feuerstein Stammbaum 8 Oct 2008".




Added by Carol on Feb 01, 2015 6:09 PM
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