|Betty Hunter- Harrison (#29478899)|
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I have been the family historian for my family since about 1992. I love the challenge of finding and adding missing ancestors to my family data file. Hardly a day goes by that I don't work on genealogy in some capacity. |
One of my biggest family mysteries is one of my Great Grandfathers, Francis Marion Robinson. He was born abt 1837 in Tennessee. He married Mary Jane Patton 09 Sep 1868 in Pope County, Arkansas. They had two daughters, Samantha A (Born abt 1868) and Mary Elizabeth (Born 07 Jan 1870). I have never been able to find the parents for Francis Marion. If anyone has any info on him please please pass it to me. I am also trying to find where Francis and his wife, Mary Jane are buried. I am hoping one day the info for Francis and Mary Jane will surface at FindaGrave.
In addition to my own family genealogy I am interested in adding memorials to FindaGrave.
I have photographed tombstones in Cemeteries in Marion County,and Linn County,Oregon.
I thought this would be a good way to "pass forward" all the wonderful help I have received from others while working on my own family research.
If you want me to make any changes on a memorial, please go to the memorial and click on the edit button,Please and Thanks you.
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|Lynette Baker||30373448 John W. Apple|
Betty, My name is Lynette Sholes Baker. John's son Charles R. Apple is my great-uncle..He married my grandfather's sister Amanda Herrling. I am wondering if you are related to or know anyone related to Charlie and Amanda, and if you have any more information on this family.
Thank you for all the information you put on FG. I don't know anything about Charlies family except what you have put on FG.
Blessings to you.
|MeeMee (Wilma)||RE: Albert Barger|
|Ingke Peetz||Alice arfsten|
Sorry Betty!My English is not good!
I meant the old "Family-Picture" - Where is Alice on the Foto, is she standing behind her father Henry?
|Ingke Peetz||RE: Alice Mae Arfsten|
Thanks for your kind message!
Sorry, had you ever seen this historic photo before? Who is who on this picture, do you know that?
oh it is so nice to hear, that the most people from the Island Föhr had a good life after they settled in AMERICA.
All the best to you... Ingke
|Ingke Peetz||# 366727 43 Henry Arfsten|
Thanks to have your reply so quickly.
Best wishes to you... with greetings from Germany, Ingke
Yes, he was in the same cemetery, the same name, the same dates for him, but the other was put up Sept 15 and had a photo of the stone... I double checked, as sometimes I make mistakes. The other contributor must have deleted it as yours is the only one there now...thank you for your response.
Added by MT1950 on Dec 17, 2016 2:19 PM
|virgie hinson||RE: Lonnie Gardner|
have you made any connection to the hunters buried at spring hill baptist church in tradesville sc and the hunters buried at corinth baptist church in union county n c---oldest hunter living that i have talked to said there was a hunter brother that stayed in the marshville nc area--our thomas henry went to the timrod area in bethune sc and that there was a brother that went to greenville sc----thanks--have a good night
|virgie hinson||RE: Katie Hunter Gardner|
the one you listed at timrod is her husband--g lonnie gardner--and a child is buried with him
|Randy Jobe||Clara Proffit|
GOOD catch! All is fixed now
|Madre||mem # 26480311|
Good Day Betty!
Thank You for volunteering on this helpful site, ESPECIALLY the time you take to share your wonderful headstone photographs! I promise to credit you when/if I place any of them on my family tree.
I am curious if you have made any progress on your brick wall for your grandfather? I have a few souls in my tree with the same type of mystery. If you have made progress I would love to hear! Meanwhile I will keep my eyes open, in the event I happen upon any clues. I have found speakers at various local genealogy confrences seem to offer tools to crack thru difficulties. Actually some of my best assistance has been at libraries of the towns where our ancestors once lived! The trick is to be able to make those road trips or travel across the USA... Best of luck to you and your genealogy journies.
Added by Madre on Aug 17, 2016 7:01 PM
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