|Robin (Cottingham) Townsend-Fife (#46514741)|
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I became involved in genealogy when my oldest child needed one last Boy Scout Badge and Family History seemed easy. I called my aunt who was the keeper of my dad's family "flame" to get some information. My son got his badge and I got hooked, (now I'm the keeper of that "flame") That was about 40 years ago. I am a widow now with 4 children and 11 grandchildren and several great grandchildren. The photo was taken when I was 18, so don't let it throw you. I hope my children will someday be interested. I believe it is important to keep a record of where our ancestors are buried ( but please ask permission to use my photo's) and this is just the place. Thanks. (I have recently had a Stroke, so please forgive my slowness.) Robin|
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|Pauline Hill||Ada Plymale 93622232|
I believe this Ada Plymale is a duplicate of Ada Cora Plymale Jones. 66311365. Please check it over and if you think I am incorrect, please let me know.
|winnie||Humphrey's in Ohio|
Robin, I'm not writing about them because I just sent some edits, etc yesterday and this morning.
I just wanted to tell you that I wholeheartedly agree with you about each generation recording their family's history; about their grandparent's parents, where lived and a little something about them. I've done that for mine, but I had to 'dig it out.' Doesn't have to be a fancy book...just write it down and save it.
Like you, I'm retired, have lived the greater part of my years, and I regret never having asked questions when I was young...I think youth
thinks time is forever...but it passes so quickly.
I never knew any of my great-grandparents--only that my paternal grt-grandparents died in Texas...my mother, an inlaw, had preserved a her 'metal picture bread-box' a piece of paper with only their names and date of birth and death. But I found their graves, then saw photos; just wonderful help I had on here.
So, let's keep telling our children and grandchildren stories about their unknown family, and just "one of them" might carry that flame. winnie
Added by winnie on Mar 23, 2015 11:38 AM
|Gary McMillan||John & Carrie Blevins Wyatt|
Carrie Blevins was a Great Grand Aunt, Her father, Henry Clay Blevins, was my great grandfather. Are you related to her. Respond to:
|Denise Fraley ||Shorty Morrison Qualls|
Shorty was my dad's oldest brother. I was wondering if you knew Shorty and how. Is there a picture of his grave
Robin.. thanks so much for updating James Asbury Gregory info.
Happy Spring ... Finally
C. Grover Steele #86594760 Mound Hill Cemetery, Gallipolis. Can you please transfer. I would like to do biography for family. My grandfathers sisters husband. Thanks, Diane
Hope you are feeling better!
|Julie Knox/Graves-Birkhimer||RE: Thomas Cozad|
Sorry, I had sent a previous edit and had said she was 5 years old instead of 5 months. Now, I don't remember who the parents were. It'll come to me!
|Dottie||Lura Jane Cottingham|
Just to let you know that I have this date uploaded a photo of Lura's marker in Glen Rest memorial Estate. Dottie
Added by Dottie on Jan 30, 2015 5:19 PM
|PraterKin||Betty Lou Sowards|
Find A Grave Memorial# 54749906
Addison Reynolds Cemetery
Please link to mother
Freda Nellie Baker Henson
Addison Reynolds Cemetery.
Betty Lou Sowards father was Albert W Sowards.
He is buried in New Matamoras Cemetery
Find A Grave Memorial# 93582541
Freda Nellie Baker and Albert W Sowards were married 16 Apr 1927 Columbus, Franklin, Ohio. This was her first marriage.
|Larry&Sharon EASTERDAY||Gillogly Daughter Memorial 6907825|
Please immediate attention. Link to Mother should be # 6907846. Please correct this.
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