|Nona Forrest (#46501243)|
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I am getting so many computer viruses and every time I get a findagrave email hotmail says it is not safe to open so now I will not. Please leave messages here Thanks. Use any foto of mine for your family page...that was my whole point of taking it....and if u are related and want the site let me know it can help u make other connections in your tree|
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|Darryl J.||Squire W. Tudor|
I am the person on Ancestry with the obituary for Squire, my gg-grandfather. I am not sure if it was from when he died or a reprint of "30 Years Ago Today" in the local paper from 1923, but it is old.
I had not noticed the discrepancies between it and the date on the grave, I will look.
I can add the info for Nannie Yates Tudor, too.
|Peter Joseph ("PJ") Braun||Danke Schoen for Stangel memorials|
Nona, just a short note to express my heartfelt appreciation for your efforts in documenting Manitowoc County graves. Thanks especially for the work you did on my wife's cousin, Elizabeth Mae "Bette" (Hurst) Stangel -- memorial # 94353585.
If you are open to it, I would like to take over management of it so I can add relevant life details & family links. It's just a bonus that she & her husband, George W. "Butch" Stangel are US Navy veterans of WW-II. If you want to hold on to it, just send me a message via Find A Grave & I'll give you the information. Thanks in advance for your consideration of this request.
Namasté, "PJ" Braun, ETCM/USN-retired (#46869838)
|Amy Waldron||Cox Family Cemetery|
Hi Nona, I saw that you took a photo of this cemetery. Could you provide me with directions? I'm hoping to fulfill some photo requests. Thank you in advance. -- Amy W
|cindra turner-bennett||RE: Hi|
I see your 6th gen. Zadock Turner, where from there? Do you have info on Sabra Hicks?
Please let me know how your related to the Rev. William Turner clan. Scotland 1650. Very large family.
Cindra M Turner Bennett
|Dorothea Guinn||The Hale family|
my grand father's mother Nellie Franses Hale and through researching I found that you have entered George Hale in a Hillside Cemetery with his wife Cora May,, I was informed yesterday that his Father is also burried in Scurry somewhere of the few cemeteries there,, I would like to continue on with my research and find proof,, and with the help of my husband we could try and take care of the Hale's of this family,, I have a few years expierence with genealogy and we too have been adding names and references as we find them,, I am on fackbook often and I have had my email address for several years,, it is firstname.lastname@example.org if there is anything I can do to help,, let me know
|Joe W Tippit Sr||RE: Hi|
There was a child. Mary Pearle died in child birth, but the child was born alive. Older members (both Tippit and Watters) of the families say that the child lived about a week. The little girl is buried beside her mother. Shortly after the death of the child, Mary Pearle's mother, Mary Elizabeth Bownds Watters, died, June 1906, and is buried next the child.
Jerry Don Wilson (a descendant of the Tippit and the Watters families) knows, and has talked to family members who knew both Joseph and Mary Pearle. We know the marriage did occur. We are still searching family letters and documents to discover the little girl's name.
Joe W. Tippit Sr.
|Joe W Tippit Sr||RE: Hi|
Joseph Franklin Tippit was my Grandfather's younger brother. My Granduncle. Known as Joe, I am named after him. I am Joe, but not Joseph.
I have touched his first wife's headstone. It says, "Wife of Joe Tippit"
Joseph and Mary Pearl Watters married about 1904 or 1905 in Soper, Choctaw County, Oklahoma. Mary Pearl died February 25, 1906 in child birth. Therefore, there would be no census record. Have you tried to find a marriage record in Indian Territory, Oklahoma? We have. Those records rarely exist. Mary Pearl is buried in the same cemetery near Joseph's older sister Martha Tippit Wilson.
Joseph's second wife was Ada Dell Parker. Joe and Ada married August 17, 1913 in Round Timbers, Baylor County, Texas. (Over seven years after Mary Pearl's death.) You say that Joe and Ada had only one son. Actually, Joe and Ada had four sons and three daughters. Their first three sons died at, or shortly after birth. The first two sons were twins.
I have visited with their daughter, Hattie Lee Tippit Russell, at several Tippit Reunions at Temple, Bell County, Texas.
I am correct when I say that Joseph had two wives.
Joe W. Tippit Sr.
|Reed Blain McAtee||Fair Family|
Nona, it's great to be your cousin, no matter how distant. Now we need to find William and Margaret.........
I think it is in ElDorado Arkansas, which is Union County. Going by bio, that would be correct. I sent a correction request to originator. Good luck!!! Sorry I wasn't able to fulfill your photo request.
Added by kaeds on Jan 02, 2013 5:53 PM
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